Simon DeDeo is a scientist, writer and currently a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Chicago. His essays and criticism on poetics, epistemology and anarchism have appeared in The Continential Review, absent, and on his blog rhubarb is susan, and are forthcoming in Mantis and The Chicago Review. batch 39 was completed during a stay at the Santa Fe Institute.

Simon DeDeo has the following works available at Clarkesworld:

batch 39 and the deadman's switch

FICTION by Simon DeDeo in Issue 26 – November 2008

You have Ted Kaczynski down the hall—the Earth Firster who quit tree-spiking to pipe-bomb a forestry convention—the abortion nut who gunned down three girls in Missouri—a half-dozen Arabs, half of whom again you have on phony evidence. I suppose I’m in good company. Or I would be if we could talk to each other. You […]