This Stanza Isn’t Alike


Over at FLATMANCROOKED, Aaron Davidson writes about his pleasing experience using Stanza: an iPhone application used primarily for reading books.

Specifically, Davidson muses upon his reading of H.G. Wells’ The Time Machine, and comments upon how strangely succinct of a choice it was, writing: “The narrative describes a mythic technology and the exploration of the futurescape, and I often feel my iPhone achieves the fantastical sorts of progress and indulgence fictionalized by early sci-fi authors.”

Hans Kulla-Mader studied writing at Sarah Lawrence College and is currently living in San Francisco. More from this author →