The Ultimate Homecoming

I originally watched ’Space 1999′ in the 1970s on TV, believing that *my* future 1999 would be just like that but of course it wasn’t like that at all: we never became real people but remained as puppets for a start: […] now rooted within the words themselves that give us the cartoon pictures and story-lines we all crave to ‘fix’ us in the future.

Extract from my real-time review of ‘Theaker’s Quarterly Fiction#40’ HERE

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  1. Ade Hodges

    I like that line about still being puppets!

  2. Ade Hodges

    I like the idea that we are all still puppets – how true!

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