Blurbage for Technologized Desire

"Postmodern SF, Wilson suggests, has recovered from the panic of cyberpunk and begun to treat the human as body as a commodity-self that can free itself from the technological. . . . Ultimately, Wilson's book is a quick read, except where he chooses to quote Bukatman and Deleuze-Guattari. It could serve as an entry into SF and postmodern fiction and film." Journal of the Midwest Modern Language Association

As time goes on, will humanity become less human? Technologized Desire: Selfhood and the Body in Postcapitalist Science Fiction is a discussion of science fiction and its relation to the future of mankind and its relationship to technology. Analyzing the works of many writers, D. Harlan Wilson brings readers some original philosophy about the conclusions we can draw for the future of mankind, by simply looking at science fiction. Technologized Desire is an utterly fascinating read that deserves a place in any literary studies collection." Midwest Book Review