Bio: Robert Onopa's science fiction stories have been featured in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction and Tomorrow. His novel The Pleasure Tube (Berkley/Putnam) was praised as "a breakthrough" by The Chicago Sun-Times and "an outstanding achievement" by Booklist. His other work has appeared in TriQuarterly, Harper's, and The Singapore Straits-Times, among other places. He has taught at Northwestern, on a Fulbright in Africa, and at Victoria University in New Zealand. He now teaches at the University of Hawaii, and lives on the Windward side of Oahu with his wife and two sons.
In 1948, the future was 1984, but in 2002, we don't have to wait as long! Adjust your vision to 2020 as revealed in this collection. On an international highway system of never-pausing traffic, Nomads keep moving from cradle to grave. Bio-engineered kangaroos carry fetuses for busy mothers. And a foundering lunar resort makes a desperate bid to exploit one of humanity's great oversights--we forgot to name the moon! Wry and funny and appallingly probable, 2020 includes several of Robert Onopa's b... more info>>