Throughout his life, Phil maintained the posture of a writer of science fantasy for a special group of readers who cherish that genre, but always behind his plot smokescreen of extraterrestrials, future societies, machines paradigms, counterclock worlds, and Lewis Carrollian wubs from Mars, is a full-blown religio-mystic Dickian outlook, a theory of reality as we experience it outside fiction–in day-to-day encounters that posit a just-around-the-corner avenue of hyperdimension lying in wait, phantasmal migrations into the no-longer-future and the unbecoming past.

~~Jay Mandeville & Dwight Frizzell

 

 

ON From Ark to Microchip | December 4, 2013 | 11:30 pm

Counterclock Worlds of Philip K. Dick, Part 1

Throughout his life, Phil maintained the posture of a writer of science fantasy for a special group of readers who cherish that genre, but always behind his plot smokescreen of extraterrestrials, future societies, machines paradigms, counterclock worlds, and Lewis Carrollian wubs from Mars, is a full-blown religio-mystic Dickian outlook, a theory of reality as we experience it outside fiction–in day-to-day encounters that posit a just-around-the-corner avenue of hyperdimension lying in wait, phantasmal migrations into the no-longer-future and the unbecoming past.

~~Jay Mandeville & Dwight Frizzell

 

 

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