Category: Winter Reading 2018

Zero K

The image on the cover of Don DeLillo’s book, Zero K, makes me think of Greek or Roman statuary, the idealized human form.  In the world of Zero K, people (wealthy people, to be sure, or test subjects) go to a highly-secretive private facility to go through a “process” during which they die, but have

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Last week we had our monthly reading group at the gallery. This time instead of having a lengthy read, we did a “close read” of Octavia Butler’s short story “Bloodchild”. This was my first time reading Octavia Butler and I’m not typically one to read Sci-Fi. This story, however, as one of the discussion groups

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