Philip K. Dick
Philip K. Dick was the author of books such as VALIS, UBIK, and Man in the High Castle. Films adapted by works by Dick include Blade Runner (from Do Android Dream of Electric Sheep?), Total Recall (from “We Can Remember It for You Wholesale”), Screamers (from “Second Variety”), Paycheck, Minority Report, A Scanner Darkly, and Next (from “The Golden Man.”).
In February of 1974 Dick began to have the hallucinations that inspired the “VALIS Trilogy” of novels.
Official site of Dick’s estate
philipkdickfans.com – Extensive site.
Total Dick Head Philip K. Dick fan blog. Most up-to-date resource for fans.
Although the Radio Free Albemuth movie, starring Alanis Morissette, was screened on February 27, 2010 at the Sedona International Film Festival, it has yet to see further distribution. You can see the trailer here.
Pixar to adapt Philip K. Dick’s “King of The Elves” for the big screen. Newer details are available here.
Philip K. Dick’s final interview on Blade Runner. According to Blade Runnder Online Magazine this was Dick’s last interview – no date or source is given.
Philip K Dick: Speaking with the Dead an “interview” constructed by Erik Davis from existing quotations of Dick (“fiction, letters, or essays”).
Writings by Philip K. Dick
Writings and conversations on the subject of Philip K. Dick
Blows Against the Empire: The return of Philip K. Dick long essay from The New Yorker
Viking Youth Power Hour: Philip K. Dick Made You p1. and pt. 2 Audio conversation from the Viking Youth on Philip K. Dick.
The Political Gnosis of Philip K. Dick An article in New Dawn Magazine explores the prescience of Philip K. Dick’s writings in light of 9/11 and the Bush administration’s reactions.
Spielberg on Minority Report, Philip K. Dick from Wired
Time Magazine on Dick 2002 piece on the occasion of the Minority Report movie release
Preview of comic book adaptation of Electric Ant by David Mack
Will Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? “21C invited the world’s top physicists, neuroscientists, psychologists, artificial intelligence experts and philosophers to express their opinion on whether androids will dream. And if so, of what….”
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