“The more we surround ourselves with technology, the more uncanny our lives become. Enter Stephen Oram: with Bradbury’s clear-sightedness and Pangborn’s wit, he pulls ways to live out from under modernity’s “cacophony of crap”.”
Simon Ings, Arts Editor, New Scientist.
“Oram is a soothsayer for this century’s relationship with technology. His stories will take you on a wild ride through the infinite consequences of advances in IoT, AI and more but be warned: his stories leave a mark.”
Chris Thornett, Editor Linux User & Developer Magazine.
“Both Kubrick’s exhibition and Oram’s collection should set the rest of us thinking about science and its possible repercussions.”
Chris Nuttall, The Financial Times
“Stephen Oram combines the sharp edginess of a JG Ballard with the vaulting inventiveness of a modernist Ovid […] the least didactic writer around […] a thoughtful entertainer. An author rapidly establishing himself as the leading voice on how technology may determine the ways in which societies and individuals are structured in the years to come.”