Dystopia, dystopia, dystopia! Noted critic Andrew Liptak and author James Decker join Paul and I to discuss why we think dystopian narratives are so prevalent in the 20th and 21st centuries. We talk definitions (the problems and practicalities), a little history, and more. Plus, we also take a moment to talk about our favorite aliens (what are yours?) and James’ new book, The Burn Zone.
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Intro and Discussion (0:00 – 48:26)
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