Two new PC games offer classic gameplay with strong cyberpunk vibes. Better yet, each are under $10 USD, and have free demos on Steam. I review them thus...
I review the cyberpunk book Noir by K.W. Jeter, creator of Steampunk. It's a fantastic book rife with metaphor about sex, violence, industry, nihilism, and everything between those sheets.
Also see my interview with him on my website www.markeverglade.com
These 3 cyberpunk short-reads / novellas provide epic thrillers in a small package that can be read in the time it takes to watch a movie. I read from each of them over synthwave music.
Dr. Raven is a post-doctoral scholar of sociotechnical futures who works with science fiction tools and ideas to render sociological insights. In this interview we discuss utopia, dystopia, cyborgs, and the relationship of technology and culture.
These 3 cyberpunk short-reads provide epic thrillers in a small package that can be read in the time it takes to watch a movie. I read from each of them over synthwave music and provide a brief discussion.
Mark reads from Chapter I of Hemispheres, his new cyberpunk novel about a dark planet where light is currency, and one man's journey to increase its rotation to bring light to those who have none.
Author Mark Everglade interviews cyberpunk author Matthew A. Goodwin about his new book Digital Walls, and the series. We're joined by sci-fi authors James Hill, Austin Dragon, and John Ford.
In this interview with fantasy author David Balog we discuss how we explore our identity at the Tabletop RPG (TTRPG) game table, and how our games bleed over into our life narratives. We then discuss David's new fantasy novel, Necromancer's Lament, which follows in R.A. Salvatore's tradition of fantasy excellence.
In this 3rd episode, computer scientists James Hill and John Ford, biologist Haley Kilgour, and cyberpunk author Mark Everglade continue discussing artificial intelligence, the threat of nuclear weapons, virtual morality, the relationship of tech & inequality, and theory of mind in musica universalis.
Computer scientists James Hill & John Ford, and biologist Haley Kilgour discuss artificial intelligence with cyberpunk author Mark Everglade, and whether we're creating our own destruction. We discuss A.I., the relation to religion, and The Fermi Paradox.