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Dig Into the Pharmaceutically-Enhanced World of Laurie Penny's Everything Belongs to the Future

In Laurie Penny’s new novella, Everything Belongs to the Future, a miracle drug can extend the human lifespan by centuries—but only the rich can afford the treatments. It’s a science fiction thriller that feels like an only slightly tilted version of our own reality, and we’ve got an exclusive excerpt to share. Read more...
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