We conclude our three-part interview with novelist and futurist PJ Manney discussing her new book, (ID)entity.
- Why a fearful approach is the worst approach to take — even to dangerous technologies.
- How the influence of Alexandre Dumas can be seen in the first two novels in the Phoenix Horizon series
- A few thoughts on the final book in the trilogy, (CON)science
- Whether one should read the books as they come out or wait and binge on the whole series
Plus a very special GEEKOUT
- Why Wonder Woman is so damn good
- Why the TV series from the 70’s is also pretty good
PJ Manney is the author of the bestselling and Philip K. Dick Award nominated (R)EVOLUTION, book 1 in the Phoenix Horizon series. She is a former chairperson of Humanity+, the author of “Empathy in the Time of Technology: How Storytelling is the Key to Empathy,” and a frequent guest host and guest on podcasts including the World Transformed. PJ is a culture vulture and SF geek, and the daughter and mother of them, too. When not contemplating the future of humanity, she is a mother, wife, and education activist in California.