Urban planning in science fiction, part II

This is the second of a 2-part post about the role cities play in Sa’adani thought and society.  That’s Sa’adani as in the human (but not Earth-human) culture of the eponymous Empire, the backdrop of my science fiction novels. You can see Part I of this “sustainable living in urban spaces” exploration here. ~~ Sheo […]

Urban planning in science fiction

Science fiction often portrays how people live in the future, but rarely gets into the decisions or urban planning processes that got them to that point. I’ve had to think about Sa’adani urban planning philosophies lately in order to better characterize some city settings in my writing. This is part 1 of a 2-part post exploring Sa’adani philosophy about city development and urban living.

Sa’adani Empire content sneaking online!

In my breaks between writing stints, I’ve started migrating some of my Sa’adani Empire content online. That’s the larger cultural backdrop behind my books Mainline and Splintegrate; it is also a role-playing game setting. Later in 2009 I’ll be making public an immersive story setting for people to read and participate in.   My present work with the Sa’adani […]