Margaret Atwood has written more than 50 works of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and children's literature, including the Byliner Serial Positron.
Annie Proulx is the author of The Shipping News which won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction. She has written many short stories, notably,"Brokeback Mountain."
Novelist and essayist Jeanette Winterson frequently explores gender issues and sexual identity in her writing. Her books include Sexing the Cherry and Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit.
Julian Barnes won the 2011 Man Booker Prize for his novel The Sense of an Ending.
In episode four of Positron, our happy couple Stan and Charmaine enter a darkly devious world of faked executions, sexbots, and Elvis impersonators.
In part three of Atwood’s Positron, the dystopian dark comedy takes its darkest turn yet, pitting husband against wife and the human impulse to love against the animal instinct to survive.
In episode two of the serial Positron, Stan and Charmaine discover that when you surrender your autonomy, you can become anyone’s slave, both in bed and out.
In an exclusive excerpt from Shadow Show, a new anthology of stories inspired by Ray Bradbury, Margaret Atwood imagines a future in which “losing your head” takes on a whole new meaning.
A 1983 commencement address given at the University of Toronto.
The first installment of the serial Positron, in which the prophetic Margaret Atwood delivers a hilarious yet harrowing tale about liberty, power, and the irrepressibility of human appetite.
The author of The Handmaid’s Tale has been criticised for not wanting to call her books science fiction. But what is SF anyway, and how does it connect with her lifelong fascination with creating other worlds?