Philip K. Dick
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Philip K. Dick's 'Radio Free Albemuth' Finally Reaches the Silver Screen
19 Aug 2014 // 9:00 PM

Like the book that inspired it, Radio Free Albemuth works as a vindicating love letter to spiritual seekers who feel that humanity is capable of more than the Orwellian rat race.


Tears in Rain: 'Blade Runner' and Philip K. Dick's Legacy in Film
26 Jul 2012 // 5:15 PM

Thirty years after the release of Blade Runner, with a remake of Total Recall on the horizon, the work of Philip K. Dick continues to find its way into our cinemas and minds. How did the visions of a paranoid loner become the most relevant science fiction of our time?

Philip K. Dick's Defense of Video Games
6 Dec 2009 // 3:00 PM

Philip K. Dick’s fiction is a defense of the validity of video games because despite the fact that they are not real, his stories argue that there is still something valid in the artificial.


We Can Rebuild Him: David Dufty's Exploration into Philip K. Dick's Robotic Resurrection
5 Aug 2013 // 10:05 PM

Dufty could take most tech writers to school with his lucid prose that maintains an even tone while reducing hopelessly intricate subjects to their core concepts.

A Scanner Darkly
26 Jul 2006 // 6:00 PM

Hallucination is not a private matter; it is a a subjective reality, backed with the force of unyielding belief, and it can become consensus reality.


Adaptation of 1962's 'Man in the High Castle' Provides Timely View of Freedom's Cost
20 Nov 2015 // 3:55 AM

There could not be a better time for Amazon to debut Frank Spotnitz’s serialized vision of The Man in the High Castle.

Amazon Series 'The Man in the High Castle' Adds to Philip K. Dick's Fame
18 Nov 2015 // 5:30 AM

Friday, Amazon Studios releases the latest adaptation, the 10-part television series The Man in the High Castle.

//Mixed media

Because Blood Is Drama: Considering Carnage in Video Games and Other Media

// Moving Pixels

"It's easy to dismiss blood and violence as salacious without considering why it is there, what its context is, and what it might communicate.

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