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Dylan lives in the Midwest. He’s an avid runner, and plays the piano and violin. He loves to write and admires Ray Bradbury and F. Scott Fitzgerald.
“Ralegine” depicts the plight of Nick, who lives in a libertarian dystopia where there are no public services; governments have disappeared, and corporations own everything and everyone. However, some would agree with Adam Smith that government by the merchant class is the worst form there is, even the equivalent of organized crime. And Nick’s fate seems to bear that out.
Dylan Larson-Harsch’s bio sketch can be found here.
Welcome to Bewildering Stories, Dylan. We hope to hear from you again soon and often!
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