New Scientist magazine recently asked authors to weigh in on the future of science fiction. Margaret Atwood, Stephen Baxter, William Gibson, Ursula K. Le Guin, Kim Stanley Robinson and I all got the call.
It’s an honor and a thrill, and also a profoundly humbling experience, to have been invited to take part in this, with my opinions included among those of five hugely influential SF luminaries.
Award-winning writer Marcus Chown kicks off the discussion with the provocative and provocatively-titled article, Is Science Fiction Dying? Highly recommended–you can read it here.
Our thoughts on the subject:
Ursula K. Le Guin
Kim Stanley Robinson