“All Your Futures”

Title“All Your Futures”
Year for Search2012
AuthorsGullen, David
Secondary TitleArc 1.3 Afterparty Overdrive
Volume / Edition1.3
PaginationEJournal
Date PublishedSeptember 23, 2012
ISSN Number2049-5870
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author, South African author
Annotation

The story is set in a future eutopia with no government. Major decisions are made collectively through a device that everyone wears for regular interactions that can be used for discussion and decision-making. The story concerns the arrival of a spaceship that had left Earth before the technology was developed that allowed much faster travel and what to do with it and its one surviving crew member.

Additional Publishers

A podcast with the title as “All Your Futures Are Belong To Us” can be found on StarShipSofa, no. 480 (April 4, 2017). http://www.starshipsofa.com/blog/2017/04/04/starshipsofa-no-480-david-gullen/ With that title it can be read on the author’s website at https://davidgullen.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Free-Fiction-All-Your-Futures-Are-Belong-To-Us.pdf and in his Open Waters. EXAGGERATEDpress, 2013. Not found. Not in the 2009 edition of Open Waters.

Title Note

Also with the title “All Your Futures Are Belong To Us”

Author Note

The author was born in South Africa but has lived most of his life in England.

Full Text

2012 Gullen, David. “All Your Futures.” Arc 1.3 Afterparty Overdrive (September 23, 2012). EJournal. A podcast with the title as “All Your Futures Are Belong To Us” can be found on StarShipSofa, no. 480 (April 4, 2017). http://www.starshipsofa.com/blog/2017/04/04/starshipsofa-no-480-david-gullen/ With that title it can be read on the author’s website at https://davidgullen.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Free-Fiction-All-Your-Futures-Are-Belong-To-Us.pdf and in his Open Waters. EXAGGERATEDpress, 2013. Not found. Not in the 2009 edition of Open Waters.

The story is set in a future eutopia with no government. Major decisions are made collectively through a device that everyone wears for regular interactions that can be used for discussion and decision-making. The story concerns the arrival of a spaceship that had left Earth before the technology was developed that allowed much faster travel and what to do with it and its one surviving crew member. The author was born in South Africa but has lived most of his life in England.