Nick Romeo

author, journalist and cultural critic

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Nick Romeo is an author, journalist and cultural critic.

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Writers of science fiction imagine the future, and while some undoubtedly hit it big, it's not a get-rich profession. That may be changing.

CEOs and military use sci-fi writers to predict future

Writers of science fiction imagine the future, and while some undoubtedly hit it big, it's not a get-rich profession. That may be changing.

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