Rhys Williams

Rhys Williams is Lord Kelvin Adam Smith Research Fellow in Glasgow University. His articles have appeared in Science Fiction Studies and Paradoxa. His most recent publication was Paradoxa 26: SF Now.


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Wake Up and Smell the Weird

"Three Moments of an Explosion" is not a manifesto, and it is in no way overtly politically didactic....

Wake Up and Smell the Weird
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