Warren Ellis Interview in Mindjack

There’s a brief and interesting interview with Warren Ellis in this week’s Mindjack. He says about utopia and dystopia:

I think — I hope — that both concepts are dismissed as adolescent thinking. There are moments of pure, heart stopping beauty in the most tragic and broken environments. And the loveliest community on earth will not be able to eliminate the dog turd. I have attempted to reflect this in TRANSMET: the understanding that the world can be neither perfect nor doomed. But that it can be better. And the people who get to decide if it’s going to be better or not are the people who show up and raise their voices.

Mindjack: An Interview with Warren Ellis


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