Futureways

TitleFutureways
Year for Search2004
Secondary AuthorsMcBride, Rita, and Rubsamen, Glen
Tertiary AuthorsCottingham, Laura, Ying Zong 4217 [pseud.], Crowe, Nick, Duriaud, Aline, Hopkinson, [Noelle] Nalo (b. 1960), Israel, Nico, Licht, Matthew, Maass, Peter, McBride, Rita, Melo, Alexandre, Cherry, Brad, Rubsamen, Glen, Schafer, Brad, von Schlegell, Mark [A.](b. 1957), and Wolfson, Roger
Date Published2004
PublisherArsenal Pulp Press/Whitney Museum of American Art/Printed Matter, Inc.
Place PublishedVancouver, BC, Canada/New York
KeywordsCanadian author, Dutch author, Female author, German author, Portuguese author, UK author, US author
Annotation

Fourteen stories from thirteen authors with only the first story with an identified author. All the stories are set in or refer to futures, mostly dystopian, and connect to art exhibits. The authors listed are Laura Cottingham, as Ying Zong 4217 [pseud.]; Nick Crowe; Aline Duriaud; Nalo Hopkinson; Nico Israel; Matthew Licht; Peter Maass; Rita McBride; Alexandre Melo, whose story was translated from the Portuguese by Brad Cherry; Glen Rubsamen; Brad Schafer; Mark von Schlegell; and Roger Wolfson.

Author Note

The authors identified by nationality are from Canada, Germany, The Netherlands, Portugal, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

Full Text

2004 McBride, Rita (b. 1960) and Glen Rubsamen, eds. Futureways. Vancouver, BC, Canada: Arsenal Pulp Press/New York: Whitney Museum of American Art/New York: Printed Matter, Inc.

Fourteen stories from thirteen authors with only the first story with an identified author. All the stories are set in or refer to futures, mostly dystopian, and connect to art exhibits. The authors listed are Laura Cottingham, as Ying Zong 4217 [pseud.]; Nick Crowe; Aline Duriaud; Nalo Hopkinson; Nico Israel; Matthew Licht; Peter Maass; Rita McBride; Alexandre Melo, whose story was translated from the Portuguese by Brad Cherry; Glen Rubsamen; Brad Schafer; Mark [A.] von Schlegell; and Roger Wolfson. The authors identified by nationality are from Canada, Germany, The Netherlands, Portugal, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Female authors.