Justin Reynolds (@justinlucent)


Red Moon, Red Earth: the radical science fiction of Kim Stanley Robinson

Like his former teacher Ursula Le Guin, Robinson has never lost faith in our capacity to use our collective intelligence and technological prowess to transcend limiting orthodoxies.

Designing the future: a review of Economic Science Fictions

A little over a century ago, there was an expectation that the future was ours to map and manage.

Building Platform Socialism: Beyond the Taylor Review

The future of work has moved to the centre of mainstream political debate.

Red Moon, Red Earth: the radical science fiction of Kim Stanley Robinson

Like his former teacher Ursula Le Guin, Robinson has never lost faith in our capacity to use our collective intelligence and technological prowess to transcend limiting orthodoxies.

Designing the future: a review of Economic Science Fictions

A little over a century ago, there was an expectation that the future was ours to map and manage.

Building Platform Socialism: Beyond the Taylor Review

The future of work has moved to the centre of mainstream political debate.