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Philip K Dick

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333: 333 - Does Philip K Dick Dream of Parallel Worlds with Sevan Najarian

Real Life Sci-Fi with Wade & Willy

Philip K Dick's life was crazier than any of his stories/books. Sevan is an "expert" of his life and we get into some great stuff. Join our patreon to hear 2 more episodes of Real Life Sci-Fi every week. Happy Holidays. WE stream live every week sunday 715 pm pacific only at www.SchrabHomeVideo.com In our bonus MORE Sci-Fi Abed joins the conversation


29 Dec 2021

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Alexander Dunst ("The World According to Philip K Dick"): PKD's Legacy, Impact, and more.

Open World Chat

Liane and I have a conversation with Alexander Dunst, Assistant Professor of American Studies at the University of Paderborn in Germany. Alex is a PKD scholar and edited the book of essays The World According to Philip K. Dick.  PKD's  work has, of course, been adapted into several Hollywood films (for better and for worse). and our discussion of the impact and implications of his work brings us to topics such as Artificial intelligence, the stigma of mental illness -- and we get to say "libertarian anarcho pacifist," ... nd how cool is that? Here's the conversation...


18 Jul 2021

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Philip K Dick's Electric Dreams

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

From 2017, Interviews include Executive Producers Ronald D. Moore, David Kantor,Michael Winner and Isa Dick Hackett who is Philip K. Dick's daughter. Plus actor Liam Cunningham who stars in the episode, Human Is. Special thanks to New York Comic Con and Amazon.


14 May 2021

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031 - Piper in the Woods by Philip K Dick


A vintage tale from the great Philip K Dick, first published in Imagination magazine in 1953.  On a quiet asteroid, an unusual threat is waiting in the forests... DIRECT DOWNLOAD--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hypnogoria/message

1hr 4mins

20 Mar 2021

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AIC Stories 097 - Faded Words 013 - Beyond the Door by Philip K Dick

AIC Stories

This week I’m visiting the amazing storyteller Philip K Dick once again. This time it’s a tale of a bit of a love triangle and a cuckoo clock that may be more than it seems.  ----more---- Originally published in a magazine called Fantastic Universe in January 1954.  Written by Philip K Dick  Faded Words is an Adventures in Creativity Production featuring David Szweduik as your narrator, host, and producer. Listen anytime on the Official Website of Faded Words, or in the podcast player of your choice by searching for “Faded Words | Adventures in Creativity”! You can also find me on social media everywhere @fadedwordspod, but I’m most active on Twitter so feel free to reach out and chat! Theme Music:Anoitecer (Nightfall) by Guifrog Additional Music by Marco Trovatello Additional sound effects from https://www.zapsplat.com and https://freesound.org--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/aicstories/message


8 Sep 2020

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09-02-2020: Philip K Dick, one of the greatest 20th Century visionaries

Pharaoh Radio - Jayratedr

Philip Kindred Dick (December 16, 1928 – March 2, 1982) was an American writer known for his work in science fiction. He produced 44 published novels and approximately 121 short stories, most of which appeared in science fiction magazines during his lifetime.[1] His fiction explored varied philosophical and social themes, and featured recurrent elements such as alternate realities, simulacra, monopolistic corporations, drug abuse, authoritarian governments, and altered states of consciousness. His work was concerned with questions surrounding the nature of reality, perception, human nature, and identity.[2]Philip K. Dick--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/larry-holloway-jr/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/larry-holloway-jr/support

1hr 21mins

3 Sep 2020

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Paycheck 3/3 - by Philip K Dick

Auditory Entertainments

Paycheck 3/3 - by Philip K Dick  "Rethrick Construction hired Jennings for two years.  When he left they erased his memory.  This annoyed him, but not half as much as his paycheck." - from Imagination, June 1953


13 Jul 2020

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Paycheck 2/3 - by Philip K Dick

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Paycheck 2/3 - by Philip K Dick "Rethrick Construction hired Jennings for two years.  When he left they erased his memory.  This annoyed him, but not half as much as his paycheck." - from Imagination, June 1953


12 Jul 2020

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Paycheck 1/3 - by Philip K Dick

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Paycheck 1/3 - by Philip K Dick  "Rethrick Construction hired Jennings for two years.  When he left they erased his memory.  This annoyed him, but not half as much as his paycheck." - from Imagination, June 1953


12 Jul 2020

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Reality is an Illusion? Part 2, Philip K Dick

The Paranoid Strain

Sorry about the delay, but we’re very pleased to present you, via our brand new podcast feed (which should, from your perspective, be completely indistinguishable from our original feed), the second half of our reality episode. This time, we’re orienting our discussion around the singular perspective of one of the most interesting and influential writers of the 20th century, Philip K Dick. You may know him as the Blade Runner guy, or the Total Recall guy, or just the guy who gets (rightly) credited with inspiring basically every good sci-fi idea you’ve ever heard of. But it turns out that Phil was a strange and fascinating dude, a man who believed the universe’s greatest secrets had been revealed to him in a bolt of pink light, and who then spent the rest of his life figuring out what the hell that light was trying to tell him. In the process of explaining his life and works, we’ll also incidentally delve into gnostic christianity, the modern theory of consciousness, and the work of some other super-influential, similarly mind-expanding writers. Hope you enjoy it. And if you do, let us know at theparanoidstrain at gmail dot com. Bibliography: Philip K Dick books referenced in the episode: The Exegesis Man in the High Castle Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep Ubik A Scanner Darkly The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch Valis Other books and such:  Divine invasions, A Life of Philip K Dick, by Lawrence Sutin Science Fiction: A Hopeless Case, With Exceptions, by Stanislaw Lem Beginner’s Guide to Reality, by James Baggott What Is It Like to Be a Bat?, by Thomas Nagel V.S. Ramachandran: The Tell-Tale Brain A Brief Tour of Human Consciousness The Phantom Brain Great Courses: Gnosticism, by David Brakke See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

3hr 11mins

25 Feb 2020