Re: Re: [mythsoc] Mythic SF synthesis?
- At 04:06 PM 5/20/2005 -0400, Anne wrote:
>I've just assumed (yeah, shouldn't do that) that I wouldn't care forNot on the basis of those. I'd call them both anti-cyberpunk. In
>cyberpunk and haven't gone out of my way to look for it. And know nothing
>But I loved Zelazny's "24 Views of Mount Fuji," and "The Matrix" kept me
>interested, if only for its hyper-enthusiastic destructiveness. Do these
>count? Am I a cyberpunk fan without knowing it?
cyberpunk, being plugged in is a good thing, maybe even the goal in life.
If Zelazny's "24 Views" had been a cyberpunk story, Kit would have been the
hero, and Mari a hopeless Luddite. (I shan't say more than that. I don't
want to spoil a story that really rocked me on first reading.)
At 02:16 PM 5/20/2005 -0400, Alexei wrote:
>Not my idea. Winterlong appears on a lot of cyberpunk reading lists.
>That's interesting, I'd never thought of _Winterlong_ as being cyberpunk.
>What would you see as its cyberpunk characteristics?
- David Bratman