What if everyone actually was famous for exactly fifteen minutes?
What if Joey Ramone could save the world? What if the spiritual
enlightenment of saints and sages was a sexually transmitted
disease? These are the fictions. Neon signs that predict a city's
future. Companies paying people to insult their clients online.
Edgar Allan Poe's New York is still alive, but not well. These are
the facts. And they say speculative fiction and personal essays
don't belong in the same book. Whether in the glossy pages of the
men's magazine Razor or the stolen reams of office supplies that
make up the zine The Whirligig, the writing of Nick Mamatas is your
hitchhiker's guide to the new, and very weird, millennium. Don't
know where the world is headed? Nick does and it's 3000 miles per
hour in every direction at once.
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