Technology, Politics Collide in Eliot Peper’s ‘Borderless’

The East Bay Express ran a lovely feature on my new novel, calling it “a sharply rendered, wildly entertaining thriller speaking to the dangerous realities of our present: climate change, the changing shape of power, the very American values that defined Peper’s grandparents’ post-war lives—themes that are now fraught within our real world as it becomes increasingly globalized and divided.”

Read the full story for insights into the issues the book grapples with:

Complement with this interview about the story behind Bandwidth, my Google Talk on economic inequality in Cumulus, and this essay on how science fiction helps us challenge assumptions.

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