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Singularity 1-on-1: PJ Manney on her sci-fi novel (R)Evolution

Nikola Danaylov

PJ Manney’s new novel (R)Evolution is a stimulating nanotechnology and brain-enhancement science fictional story, and an action packed, character-rich, twisting and intricate thriller with a very generous sprinkling of classic realpolitik.

The conversation with PJ Manney covers: her interesting and diverse background; whether there is any tension between story-telling and futurism; the definition and subject of science fiction; her goals and motivation; the Paul Simon song which inspired (R)Evolution; her admiration for Alexandre Dumas’ novels The Count of Monte Cristo and The Three Musketeers; why she kills Anders Sandberg at the very beginning of her novel; realpolitik, secret societies and their role in US governance and politics; whether she is optimistic about the future of humanity…

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