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July 14th, 2003 | 21 Comments | Category: Interviews

Erik Davis contributed the following “interview” with Philip K. Dick to my book, Follow for Now.
After spending the bulk of his life cranking out pulp paperbacks for peanuts, the science-fiction writer Philip K. Dick is now finally recognized as one of the most visionary authors the genre has ever produced. While masterminds like Arthur C. Clarke anticipated technological breakthroughs, Dick, whose speed-ravaged heart called it quits in 1982 when the man was only 53, foresaw the psychological turmoil of our posthuman lives, as we enter a world where machines …