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Illustration for article titled MIT Technology Reviews TWELVE TOMORROWS is packed with scifi goodness

The editors of MIT Technology Review tasked author Bruce Sterling with selecting the futuristic tales for this edition of the publication's annual, science-fiction anthology issue. Called Twelve Tomorrows, this year's anthology features stories (I am assuming new stories) by some of the best names in the business: William Gibson*, Warren Ellis, Cory Doctorow, Lauren Beukes, and many more! The idea behind the publication is to feature stories "inspired by the real-life breakthroughs covered in the pages of MIT Technology Review". The magazine will be available for purchase sometime in August. As of this moment, relative to my position in the space-time continuum, the month of August starts tomorrow.


*William Gibson has stated his story is actually an excerpt for his new novel, The Peripheral, due out in October of this year.

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