Ken MacLeod

One of the premier practioners of the new space opera, Ken MacLeod is the author of the "Fall Revolution" series (1995-99) and the "Engines of Light" trilogy (2000-2002), which combine cutting-edge technological speculation with sharp political satire. Techno-utopian social critic.

"I no longer define myself as a socialist, but it stuns me that there's a whole generation of growing up — a generation who are younger than my own children — who lack the idea of socialism as an implicit alternative. What might a future without any socialism look like? It's not necessarily an attractive prospect."


ARTICLES FEATURING KEN

Taking the Future on Faith

FROM THE FIRST, with two series of novels whose ambitious narrative arcs moved from near-future Earth settings to distant planets and ...

Taking the Future on Faith


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