Biketopia: Feminist Bicycle Science Fiction Stories in Extreme Futures

Biketopia Feminist Bicycle Science Fiction Stories in Extreme Futures In a world with an uncertain future do you imagine for the best or for the worst case scenario Twelve writers tackle extreme utopias and dystopias and the grey areas in between in Biketopia the four

  • Title: Biketopia: Feminist Bicycle Science Fiction Stories in Extreme Futures
  • Author: Elly Blue Robert Bose Sarena Ulibarri Jessie Kwak Maddy Spencer Gretchin Lair Kris Rose Dylan Siegler
  • ISBN: 9781621062066
  • Page: 328
  • Format: Paperback
  • In a world with an uncertain future, do you imagine for the best or for the worst case scenario Twelve writers tackle extreme utopias and dystopias and the grey areas in between in Biketopia, the fourth volume of the Bikes in Space series of feminist science fiction stories about bicycling Some find love and fierce resistance in the end times others imagine an ecologiIn a world with an uncertain future, do you imagine for the best or for the worst case scenario Twelve writers tackle extreme utopias and dystopias and the grey areas in between in Biketopia, the fourth volume of the Bikes in Space series of feminist science fiction stories about bicycling Some find love and fierce resistance in the end times others imagine an ecological future of saving technology, with solarpunk ecotopian visions, at times paired with crushing social control Whatever your own future or present reality, these stories will motivate and inspire you to envision something different and maybe even better The fourth volume of the Bikes in Space series of feminist science fiction stories about bicycling Some find love and fierce resistance in the end times others imagine an ecological future of saving technology, with solarpunk ecotopian visions, at times paired with crushing social control Whatever your own future or present reality, these stories will motivate and inspire you to envision something different and maybe even better.

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    1. I found ‘Biketopia’ in the pop-up bookshop at the Edinburgh International Book Festival. When I saw it I had the delightful, unaccustomed sensation of being pandered to. Dystopias, feminism, and bicycles are three of my favourite things. Indeed, I am often disappointed by the lack of cycling in postapocalyptic novels - it’s definitely how I plan to get around when civilisation falls over. Clearly I could not resist this charming little book, which lived up to its promise. The stories are s [...]


    2. A solid anthology of great variety. I especially enjoyed ‘Fast Learner’ by Kris Rose, in which the wife of an abusive bass player finds a novel way to survive a plague, and ‘Signal Lost’ by Gretchin Lair, which explores the unwanted (and asymmetric) effects of even opt-in surveillance. Really, though, this was a book full of treats. I hope to read the other collections in the series.


    3. This was fun! I don't feel like any of the stories are really going to stick with me, but it's a cool premise and an amazing cover, and I did enjoy reading it.


    4. Suhteellisen keskinkertainen kokoelma novelleja, joiden yhdistävinä tekijöinä ovat dystooppisuus ja polkupyörät. Vaikka nimestä voisi luulla, että tässä on utopioita(kin), ei novelleissa juuri valoisuutta ole. Monet tarinoista ovat hyvän lähtöasetelman tasolla, ja varsinainen juonenkuljetus on jäänyt vähän heikoksi.


    5. Favorites in this collection were Signal Lost, Shelter, Questions With the First, and Maaike's Aquatic Center for Bicycles Raised by Fishes.


    6. Where do I even begin with this one? Honestly, though. I haven't reviewed a short story collection on here before, and I'm not sure where to start. How about some backstory?Biketopia: Feminist Bicycle Science Fiction Stories in Extreme Futures seems, at first glance, an incredibly niche genre to be writing for. In some ways, that's true. Who else would think of dealing solely with bicycles in dystopian futures? I won this book from a GoodReads contest (the first one I entered, actually!), and [...]


    7. I choose this book to fill my "A book you picked for the cover" reading list category. I hate picking books by the cover. But I love bikes and I love feminism and I love science fiction, so this seemed worth a shot. Turns out - it was worth it. Not every story was a home run, but there were a few really well written and thought-provoking pieces here. It was also cool to experience a collection of stories at a weird intersection of literature. Much to my surprise, I'd recommend this book.


    8. It’s been a while since I’ve done some short stories. And these all have bikes in them! And dystopias! Some of the stories have obvious conclusions that you see miles away. Maybe those would have benefited with a longer form so the author did not have to feel like they needed to put everything in at once.A few I liked: Riding in Place, Signal Lost, Shelter, Maaike’s Aquatic Center for Bicycles Raises by Fish.


    9. While this book sounds unusual, I have to say this is a very good collection of post-apocalyptical stories about strong women and how they are surviving (or in most cases, thriving). Most of the stories were very well written and engaging - some of them down-right funny.*I got this book through GoodRead's Giveaways - an excellent source of interesting books!


    10. This is a short story collection that was unique in its theme. I have never read a collection that specifically used bikes in some way in each story. Some of the stories were vcry creative and stuck in my mind like "Riding in Place" and Shelter". Great little collection of stories for a weekend read. I won this book in a giveaway thank you!


    11. I love the underground short story feeling, raw and gritty, with little appeal to the masses but a lot of fun to read.




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