If you’re wondering how the future could get worse because of the current US administration, the 25 speculative works in this new anthology provide some plausible scenarios. […] Together, these futures show aspects of dystopia and utopia, oppression and resistance, despair and hope, fight and flight, fragility and resilience, enemies external and internal, personal struggled and social movements — in short, all the mess and the magic that has always made up human existence. Mostly, they show us what we, the people of the United States, could become if we continue down certain extreme and damaging trajectories. At the same time, they also make us question who we are as a people today and how we’re responsible for such possible futures.
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