The Exegesis of Philip K. Dick Philip K. Dick
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Yes, check and double check, although it would seem that after he was visited in his Orange County home by FBI agents sniffing around possible communist co-conspirators (and Phil did write to a certain Soviet Phil Dick ain't no Ernest Hemingway, but with his alien sightings and manic all-night Exegesis scribblings (The Exegesis of Philip K. "Dickheads." That's what die-hard fans of prolific science-fiction author Philip K. And that is certainly the attitude adopted when Dickian canon is messed with. In either case, it remains to be seen if Total Recall is a cinematic imposter of a Philip K. In the meantime, join me as I turn my scanner, darkly, . Dick story or is instead just the second variety of a well-worn 90's action movie. Dick is a collection of unpublished letters and notes pertaining to his mystical experiences, which came to a head in February and March of 1974. Last night, I went to the famed Berkeley, California bookstore Moe's Books to hear writer Jonathan Lethem and editor Pamela Jackson talk about the new book The Exegesis of Philip K. The rotoscoping- animated style of this film seems like it would also be perfectly suited to the surreal musings of Dick's non-fiction (particulary his Exegesis, should there be a future adaptation). �A great and calamitous sequence of arguments with the universe: poignant, terrifying, ludicrous, and brilliant.