Sometime after the 1986 publication of MIRRORSHADES, I created a two-page broadside that I xeroxed at Kinko's and mailed off to a number of pals. It postulated the humorous fates of the MIRRORSHADES contributors in the far-off year of 2011. Well, none of us might be here in 2011, so I'm going to reproduce the original art now. (Each large page is in two separate files here, being too long for my scanner bed.) The text was typed on my Commodore-128 and printed out on a daisy-wheel printer, then cut and pasted with appropriate found art.
In 1999, I revised this idea for an instance of my F&SF humor column. Here is that iteration:
So we have at least four layers of history here: 1986, 1987, 1999 and 2009.
Life is weird and deep.
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Posted by Paul DiFi.