Zachary Mason

computer scientist and novelist

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Zachary Mason is a computer scientist and author.

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Zachary Mason insists that Void Star is not cyber-punk  Although it is set more than 100 years in the future during climate catastrophe, he describes the novel as literary fiction that…

Zachary Mason: Void Star

Zachary Mason insists that Void Star is not cyber-punk  Although it is set more than 100 years in the future during climate catastrophe, he describes the novel as literary fiction that…

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