Human Genre Project: short stories and essays about genes and genomics

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5 Responses to “Human Genre Project: short stories and essays about genes and genomics”

  1. Beanolini says:

    inspired by Michael Swanwick’s Periodic Table of Science Fiction.

    …which disappeared from the web a couple of weeks ago, just as I was halfway through it. Three cheers for the Wayback machine.

  2. zikman says:

    awesome, I love studying genetics and genomics. this will make it even cooler.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Looks like the first entry of this project is a poem. Why omit this in the title of this post? C’mon, we poets are people, too.

  4. Anonymous says:

    SyFy (argh) deleted it, but you can still find it in SCI FICTION: http://www.lexal.net/private/scifi/scifiction/periodictable.html

    Fabio Fernandes
    http://www.verbeat.org/blogs/pwt/

  5. poscorr says:

    Two-and-a-half years ago, the highly-regarded literary journal, The Kenyon Review, published an issue of writings concerned with genetics and the Human Genome Project. I wonder whether or not Mr. MacLeod was influenced by this truly (r)evolutionary endeavor:

    http://www.kenyonreview.org/issues/winter06/ednotes.php

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