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Post Sat Sep 04, 2004 6:46 am

A FINAL INTERVIEW WITH SCIENCE FICTION'S BOLDEST VISIONARY

A FINAL INTERVIEW WITH SCIENCE FICTION'S BOLDEST VISIONARY,
WHO TALKS CANDIDLY ABOUT BLADE RUNNER, INNER VOICES
AND THE TEMPTATIONS OF HOLLYWOOD

[source: Rod Serling's The Twilight Zone Magazine, Vol. 2, No. 3, June 1982, pp. 47-52]

Editor's note: When John Boonstra conducted the following interview with Philip K. Dick, he never thought that it might be Dick's last. Dick himself was in excellent spirits and was looking forward to the premiere of Blade Runner, based on one of his novels, with considerable excitement. Boonstra's introduction - which we've left unaltered - reflects its subject's optimism. In late February, however, Dick suffered a massive stroke, and now, he has died in a California hospital on the morning of March 2. His death makes the following interview all the more poignant, particularly the hopeful note on which it ends.

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Post Tue Sep 07, 2004 4:06 am

Anyone knows if this is what those audio tapes recently found contained? Anyone ever got to hear those MP3 files? If so, can you share them? I WANT THEM BADLY :evil: ! (See the P. K. Dick AUDIO INTERVIEW thread in this same forum)
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