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I am chronically unpublished and don't know how anything works. Someone please tell me how to submit fiction to people so that they publish it. I also need my work edited. Someone please tell me how to find a good editor or how to do this myself.

I will eventually write the page for {{JG Ballard}} because he is one of my favorite authors.

I do stuff [[http://toastinginanepicbread.tumblr.com/ here]] and write stuff [[http://blatantlies.tumblr.com/ here]].

Currently hammering edits into: NickCave and ElectricSix.

!!{{Tropers/DevouredByRobots}} provides examples of the following tropes:

* WorldLimitedToThePlot

!! [[InternetBackdraft Graffiti]] goes down here:

* loljk i just made this page

* A recent interview with famous cyberpunk author WilliamGibson revealed that he now considers it impossible for him to write another "Neuromancer" in the 21st century because, as he put it, "The future is much narrower than it used to be" or in other words the dividing line between what is the present and what is the future has thinned. In prior decades and centuries it took much more time in between notable innovations for technology and society to evolve and prophetic science fiction set in the future had more room to breathe. Nowadays something new and advanced is invented almost ''daily.'' This has helped usher the concept of a future predicting sci-fi novel into cliché-status. Most any novel written about the future or dystopian society will be tagged nowadays as "prophetic" in spite of the fact that the future of technology, politics and science have become magnitudes more complicated to predict.