After yesterday's crash: the avant-pop anthology
One of the foremost champions of postmodern and cyberpunk fiction has compiled an anthology that showcases a new subsersive aesthetic sensibility called "avant-pop". Each of these 32 stories draws on media-produced images, slogans, characters, and narrative archetypes from popular culture to convey the radical turn toward over-stimulation and hyper-consumption in American life.
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Aanschultz Aaron asked Avant-Pop Ben Marcus bird Black Ice Books blue body boys Bret Easton Ellis Bruce Sterling called camera Chetnik Codependus Columbus Coover Craig Baldwin culture dark David Foster Wallace dead door Ecko Egon EHMH EHMH's Elizabeth Elvis Erickson eyes face feel film fuck genetic Georgie girl Golem green hair hand head hole images inside John Zorn Jonah knew laughed levine light lives looked Maggie mouth movie moving Nar's never night Nolly nose novel Ovid Pause Pop Art Rikki Ducornet Robert Coover secret shouted singing Sissee Nar skin Skinner Skinner's room smile someone staring Stasis Stone stop story street talk television tell thing thought Timarie tribal trying turned walked Wall watch Wild Father wind window woman Yesterday's Crash Zeichner Zu-Zu