Geoff Shullenberger

Geoff Shullenberger is a scholar of Latin American and comparative literature, and a writer on technology, culture, labor, and higher education. His writing has appeared in Dissent, Jacobin, the Chronicle of Higher Education, Romance Studies, the Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies, and various other publications. He is a lecturer in the Expository Writing Program at New York University.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Bodies Without Bodies

Martín Felipe Castagnet’s absorbing debut novel explores the unexpected consequences of technological immortality....


From Elsewhere to Elsewhere

Soviet sci-fi, avant-garde experimentalism, and Tibetan Buddhism converge in “Radiant Terminus,” Antoine Volodine’s longest narrative to appear in English....


Between Saturn and Havana

De Rojas speaks to us as an eccentric prophet whose visions of the future remain vital by giving us access to the otherwise unimaginable....


The Socialist Singularity

Agustín de Rojas’s novel of cybernetic communism reintroduces English-speaking readers to the left-utopian tradition in science fiction....

The Socialist Singularity
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