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Digital Subscriptions > Quill & Quire > OCTOBER 2016 > Bit Rot: stories + essays

Bit Rot: stories + essays

Douglas Coupland

Random House Canada

IT SEEMS quaint that Douglas Coupland’s latest work should arrive in so prosaic a form as thinly sliced trees bound between slightly thicker-cut trees. After all, the Vancouver visual artist, writer, and designer – now in his 50s – has always been something of a futurist, a McLuhanesque figure for those born after the baby boomers. Surely his new work would be better suited to a 3D hologram or an encoded chip that readers could embed in their necks for direct neural upload.

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