Human Is?: A Philip K. Dick Reader


by Philip K. Dick

Drawn from the five volumes of his complete short stories (also published by Gollancz) this volume represents the very cream of Philip K. Dick’s output.

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It serves both as a celebration of his work, in the 25th year since his death, and as the ideal introduction to his unique take on the world for new readers.

As our culture becomes ever more fluid, as fact is fictionalised, as documentary gives way to reality-TV, as our identities are digitised, as globalism runs wild, as drugs become ever more ubiquitous the world is finally catching up with even the most bizarre of Philip K. Dick’s imaginings.

25 years after his death we are living in Philip K. Dick’s world, this new authoratitive collection of his best short fiction shows us why.

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Book Condition

Used – Okay




438 pages, 12×20 cm


March 1, 2007 by Gollancz, First published January 1, 1955


Fiction, Classics, Science Fiction, Short Stories