Arc 2.1: Exit strategies

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We're running out of planet and we're running out of
patience. The party's over and we're looking for the door. But the exits are
unmarked. The engines of the world are hidden from us. Ninety-six per cent of
the universe is missing and the rest is stirred into motion by machinery that
hides in plain sight. We've got to get out of this place - but how?

Embracing everything from politics to polymorphism, physics
& fantasy, Exit Strategies is your indispensable, (sometimes unreliable)
guide to the escape tunnel. 

With a foreword by CERN physicist Michael Doser, and
featuring stories by Jeff Noon, Kathleen Ann Goonan, and the best-selling
fantasy writer Tad Williams, Exit Strategies looks for a back door to the
universe over 150 pages. How much of the cosmos is real, how much an
astronomer's dream? And if we could escape from reality, what kind of utopia
would we build for ourselves?

Elsewhere in Exit Strategies, M. John Harrison meets a
rising star of TV science, Hannu Rajaniemi considers what will happen when our
books start reading us, and Claire Dean meets the artists bent on making J G
Ballard's Crystal World a reality. 

And in a special tribute, Adam Roberts considers the life,
work and sheer sanity of the late, great Iain Banks.

Every two months Arc maps the future through stories,
features, essays and provocations from some of the world's most celebrated
authors from science fiction and beyond.

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