Pulp Consumption: Years and Years (Guest Post by Julie Rea)
Editors’ Note:Julie Rea’s work has appeared in several places, includingThe Intima: A Journal of Narrative Medicine,Nude Bruce Review,BLYNKT,andHalfway Down the Stairs. She lives in the Philadelphia area, where she teaches and writes about life in a wheelchair and other fascinating subjects. You can follow her on Twitter @phillylitgrl. Her story“Lela and Bat”was published in issue 10 ofBroadswords and Blasters.
In HBO’s Years and Years, the show about the very near future by Russell T. Davies (formerly of Doctor Who and Torchwood), the problem is an acceleration of the forces that are currently tearing apart the real world. The show examines how this destruction impacts a British family, the Lyons: a grandmother, her several adult grandchildren, and their children. The opposition to the inhumanity the series depicts manifests in various characters: Bethany’s transhumanism, Edith’s humanitarianism activism, and the…
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