Experienced web developer and a writer. I have skills focused on Internet web site and application development including database development. I have a strong user-centered design background and education in usability. I also have experience with customer relationship management, business development and marketing. I have been a Multimedia and Front End Developer, Senior Web Developer, Senior Software Engineer, Web Developer, Web Master, Assistant Adviser, Substitute Teacher, Assistant Director, Restaurant Manager and a Barista. I have a Masters in Information Science, BA in English, Film Studies Certificate and Concentration in Secondary Education all from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana.
The first Philip K. Dick book I read was Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep (with the Blade Runner title on the book) for a paper in a film noir course in college, next was Ubik (in the dorm library) and so it goes.
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I am the organizer of this fan based festival. I will be showing films inspired
by the works of PKDick, Heinlein , Bradbury and others. I am submitting a call for entries for films. We will be in New York November 9,10,11. We need all the support we can get. We can also link up with your site on our website.
I was a member of the P.K.D. Society, and in my search for information about Paul Williams I came across your site. Thank you for all your good works!
I had an advice question to ask about the content of specific P.K.D. works, and now I’m not sure who to direct it to. Any suggestions?
John Alan Holder
WWUH – Public Alternative Radio
Love PKD. Would it be possible to create a section on your site for all Dick stories that have been made into movies? I know there are actually quite a few, but I don’t know the whole list. Even IMDB doesn’t seem to be as helpful as it could be.
On this page https://www.philipdick.com/works-in-print/movies/ you can find all of the official adaptations from the novels and short stories of Philip K. Dick. Admittedly, the section needs some work and I plan on expanding it to works that appear to borrow ideas of Philip K. Dick but aren’t treated as official adaptations.
I am having difficulty finding a contact for the PKD trust. As an (unpublished writer) a short story writer. I would like to know if ‘Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep’ + ‘Blade Runner’ Grammar can be used in the body of my story. Terms Like Blade Runner; Iran; Replicant, Spinner, etc. Thanks in advance for any feedback.
An article in french which give an original point of view on K. Dick’s work : “Se souvenir du présent” (2018), which mean “To remember the present” :
Could be interesting to translate it in english ?
An limited edition (77 ex) of this text has been made by a french editor :
Thank you for your website.