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Takim Williams

Creator of the #InContext blog for the Human Trafficking Institute. Founder and former editor-in-chief of figments, Princeton’s campus publication for speculative fiction. Waiting for the future. Writing to speed things along.
Takim is the author of
In near-future St. Louis, a brain is connected to the internet of things, watching human drama unfold. Will Dr. Jackal’s experiment go mad before he succeeds? Will a grieving mother uncover the truth about her son’s vanished body? Should she want to?
Books Takim Recommends
You can tell from the first several lines of Terminus that the draft is well-written. Milius has a smooth, confident writing style, perfect for describing all the fascinating implications of her premise. (Morbid) humor frequently bubbles up. Fund!
What would become of the world if the dead never left us, if we could reach across the divide and communicate with those we’ve lost?
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