“It’s 2039, and Your Beloved Books Are Dead”

Title“It’s 2039, and Your Beloved Books Are Dead”
Year for Search2019
AuthorsHarrow, Alix E.(b. 1989)
Secondary Title The New York Times
Date PublishedDecember 2, 2019 with over 690 comments
KeywordsFemale author, US author
URLhttps://www.nytimes.com/2019/12/02/opinion/future-virtual-reality-stories.htm
Info Notes

One of a series of “Op-Eds From the Future” that began May 272019 and continued regularly through the rest of the year, with most, but not all, with eutopian or dystopian elements

Illustration

Illus. John Karborn

Author Note

Female author

Full Text

2019 Harrow, Alix E. (b. 1989). “It’s 2039, and Your Beloved Books Are Dead.” Illus. John Karborn. The New York Times (December 2, 2019) with over 690 comments. https://www. nytimes.com/2019/12/02/opinion/future-virtual-reality-stories.html. One of a series of “Op-Eds From the Future” that began May 27, 2019 continued regularly through the rest of the year, with most, but not all, with eutopian or dystopian elements. 

The author presents a society in which storytelling through virtual reality positively. Female author.