The Monkey Wrench Gang Critique

The Monkey Wrench Gang is one of those rarities in literature: a novel that spawns a movement, literally comes to life. What William Gibson’s science fiction has done for cyberspace and virtual lives based on networked computing, Edward Abbey’s works… Read More ›

Strangers in the Night

Hayduke and Abbzug monkeywrench some of the equipment used in the clear-cutting operation. Under Bonnie’s distracted watch, Hayduke is surprised by none other than Jack Burns, Abbey’s ubiquitous cowboy hero. Read “Strangers in the Night” in The Monkey Wrench Gang… Read More ›

A Tale of Two Planets

A visible tremor rippled the length of Zircon’s foot when the sensory tentacle found his skirt.  Immediately, though with a hint of reluctance, he retracted an optical tentacle from the quartz porthole above his head and flashed the customary “Who… Read More ›