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They Will Find Us Here
Ruby's Arm, 2055
by Anne Eekhout
by Anne Schepers

A literary magazine for Grounded Science Fiction from the Netherlands and Flanders

Not foolish fantasies, escapism, Martians, or flying saucers but dazzling stories about technology, politics, society, and ecology firmly rooted in the ground, urgent and verifiable

- we are, after all, living the future as we speak.

Tuna Wars

Steven Adolf

Powers Around the Fish We Love to Conserve

Historically, whenever tuna was hauled ashore, the sounds of battle were never far away.

 

‘Tuna Wars’ tells the untold story of the power struggles emerging around tuna, from the distant past to your present-day dinner table.

Hunger

Rick Blom

How Food Shaped the Course

of the First World War

 

Among the numerous books that have been written about the First World War, Hunger stands out for its focus on the role of food in this bloodiest and most gruesome of conflicts.

Polderpolonaise

Merel Corduwener

The Netherlands in Drawings

The Dutch, their country and their culture

 

Merel Corduwener takes us on a illustrative journey through The Netherlands. She shows us the country's natural beauties as well as the way Dutch people live, eat, travel, celebrate their birthdays and dance the polonaise.

 

In a surprising and colorful way, Polderpolonaise makes us look with new astonishment at this wonderful low country and its inhabitants.

Mismatch

Ronald Giphart and Mark van Vugt

How Our Stone Age Brain

Deceives Us Every Day,

And What We Can Do About It

Mismatch is about the clash between our biology and our culture.

Our brains evolved to solve the survival problems of our Stone Age ancestors, so when faced with modern day situations that are less extreme, they often encounter a mismatch.

The Number Bias

Sanne Blauw

How Numbers Lead and Mislead Us

 

Even if you don't consider yourself a numbers person, you are a numbers person.

 

The time has come to put numbers in their place.

Not high up on a pedestal, or out on the curb,

but right where they belong: beside words.

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Machine
Cuisson
by  Simone Atangana Bekono
by  Joost Devriesere

A literary magazine for Grounded Science Fiction from the Netherlands and Flanders

Not foolish fantasies, escapism, Martians, or flying saucers but dazzling stories about technology, politics, society, and ecology firmly rooted in the ground, urgent and verifiable

- we are, after all, living the future as we speak.