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  • 256 pages 
  • 14.5cm x 21cm 
  • Published in London, 2019 

Visions is a science fiction magazine that brings together writers, designers and researchers of the past and present to explore the future. Experimental and ambitious, it combines a wide range of writing, including super-short fiction written in collaboration with a computer; stories by both established and emerging authors; and even the first half of a French novel translated into English for the first time.


This first issue looks at the shape-shifting concept of home through 30 different lenses, “from a planet to a device, from your friends to yourself”.


In this issue:


  • Ten ‘micro-fictions’ written in collaboration with a computer
  • The first half of Quinzinzinzany, the cult French novel translated into English for the first time
  • Imagining versions of the near future in London
  • A computer for the 21st century
  • Classic fiction by Fredric Brown and Robert Sheckley
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