Review: New York 2140 by Kim Stanley Robinson

New York City, the year 2142. Melting polar ice caps have caused mass floods around the globe, leaving Manhattan swimming in the drink. But Kim Stanley Robinson’s New York 2140 is no post-apocalypse piece, here the city that never sleeps is as vibrant as ever, living under its new moniker, ‘The Super-Venice’.

My review of New York 2140 was first published in Shoreline of Infinity issue 10 and is now available to read in full on the magazine’s website.

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