Interzone Digital published a cool review of all the stories in the issue of khōréō magazine that “The Field Guide for Next Time” appears in.

Presented as an archivist’s ‘translation’ of a fictional textile, it is less a story than a thought experiment, an extended thesis of a future where humanity has radically altered their way of relating to the world and to each other. Hyperlinks, endnotes, and imageries are woven cyclically through the text, cleverly capturing the non-linear nature of how we might approach different sections laid out across a textile.


There’s more good stuff. Read the full review here: