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The Most Pernicious Misconception About Democracy Is That We Think We Are Living in One

Legendary sci-fi writer Malka Older on what happens when real life increasingly resembles a dystopian novel

Photo by Randy Colas

MMalka Older’s new speculative novel, State Tectonics, imagines a radically different world…




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