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Everyone in Tech Should Read Speculative Fiction

How books like The Handmaid’s Tale and The Left Hand of Darkness offer important frameworks for Silicon Valley

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SSpeculative fiction is my favorite genre to read. It aligns with how chaotic our world is and provides an escape into fiction while still leaving me with the feeling that I’ve learned something that…




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Naomi Day

Naomi Day

Speculative fiction and Afrofuturist writer. Software engineer. US-based; globally oriented. I think and write about building new worlds.

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