Tag Archives: William S. Burroughs

Conjuring Alan Turing: My Interview with Rudy Rucker + A New Non-Fiction Project

Some of you already know that my novel, Luck and Death at the Edge of the World, features computer pioneer Alan Turing as an off-stage presence (for those who haven’t read it yet, don’t worry — that’s not a spoiler). … Continue reading

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Badass Doppelgänger to Burroughs, Ballard, and Dylan Dies, Leaves Big Hole in the World

His name was Carl Weissner.  How the hell did I never hear about this guy? I mean, it’s true that literary translators get far too little recognition outside their own circles for the work that they do, but still. Weissner’s … Continue reading

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