George Thomas Anderson’s fiction and essays have appeared in PANK, Maudlin House, the Curator, and others. He is hard at work on The Year of Perfect Sight, a novel that’s roughly Black Mirror meets The Circle.

He holds a degree in music composition and records “damaged pop music” as The Victorious Airborne. He is an avid birdwatcher and road bike enthusiast. He lives with his wife in the Cleveland, OH, area.



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A Beautist Manifesto

We were born into a world of technological and capitalistic malaise--a place that still echoed with shouts of work, work, even as the work which older generations accomplished built the intelligent machine that needed no more

By |January 27th, 2015|Categories: Essays|0 Comments

A Short Story

"Hey, what are you doing?" she said. "You should start a trashy, hipster sludge-metal band called Doom-pster." "But I already invented the genre of post-post," he said. "That would be a bit of a retrogression

By |January 23rd, 2015|Categories: blog|0 Comments