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Alright, this is a tad bit late, but it's finally here! I know you were all chomping at the bit to get down and discuss this entire book. Spoiler warning if you haven't read it!

Question 1

The pre-catastrophic society in Oryx and Crake is fixated on physical perfection and longevity, much as our own society is. What is the irony of these quests, both within the novel and in our own society?

Question 2

If you had the chance to fabricate an improved human being, would you do it? If so, what features would you choose to incorporate? Why would these be better than what we've got? Your model must of course be biologically viable.


Scene1 by some-hipster Young Oryx by october-wind Oryx and Crake by lemonfruitpie Paradise by hehthar

Question 3

How does Snowman's invented mythology of the world compare to Crake's attempts at genetically reformulating the world? What are some of the parallels between Snowman's creation of myth and Crake's creation of idealized life?

Question 4

In what ways does the dystopia of Oryx and Crake compare to those depicted in novels such as Brave New World, 1984, Fahrenheit 451, and in Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale? What is the difference between speculative fiction—which Atwood claims to write—and science fiction proper?


There are a lot of really cool, and really gross, animal combinations in the book. Our challenge for you is to either draw one of these creatures that Atwood has already created, OR make up your own and tell us what the gene splicing would benefit, like how the wolvogs were developed to be predatory and help like reduce the glow-in-the-dark rabbit population. The drawing doesn't have to be perfect; if you wanted to, you could even do a photo-manipulation, as long as you source your stocks. Once you finish, link it here and it will go toward your point tally to win the prize!


Speaking of prizes, the winner from June's Book DOWN A DARK HALL, is vespera! Congratulations for being awesome! PinkyMcCoversong will contact you about the prizes soon!

This month our prize comes courtesy of St. Martin's/Thomas Dunne Books! Futuristic Violence and Fancy Suits by David Wong!

All you have to do to win is participate in the discussions in the middle and end of the month, reply to other people's comments, write reviews or fan fiction, draw fan art, or contribute to the activites! I'll be tallying up points and the person who contributes the most will win this month's prize!

Check out the rest of this year's books on the calendar and then go get started on the August Book: LOVE IS THE DRUG by Alaya Dawn Johnson!!

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Jade-Pandora Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2015
:blowkiss: My goodness, thank you so much for including me in the list of Lit of the Week Winners -- what an awesome collection! :faint:
Diablo0153 Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hello, my name is of no importance. The only thing that should matter is what I write and if it's any good. Here are two examples as requested.
Utt and Karr:…

ProjectStarconia Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Hi, My name is Project Starconia, but you guys can call me Crystal, Crystalcia, Starconia, or Crimson. I am a very ambitious writer and have been writing for 13 years. Im the creator of three different series: Project Starconium, Star X, and Tempest. Like all writers and poets, i had been facing the challenge of becoming recognized in society. One of things i tried to do to get myself noticed was to created a literature series where people's comments would shape the future of the story and the future of the characters depicted in the story. Unfortunately, I was unsuccessful and the series i attempted to make failed

(Note: This was the series called "Tempest". It was about a great war that had engulfed the city of Mombasa. in the midst of this war, a nuclear bomb named Tempest detonated and destroyed the city. Emerging from the fiery wreck of the remains of the war-torn city was a young man who's name i have forgotten. The story mainly focused on the detonation of the Tempest nuke and how the protagonist explored the remains of the city in a desperate search for civilization.).

At the time i wrote Tempest, i had also tried to write my first series, Project Starconium, several times. Even after writing the series several times, i failed to be recognized. Thus, i scrapped the series and tried once again. 

Project Starconium was all based around the fact that human society was facing incredible problems. Although i didn't write about that sort of thing in the series, i showed the readers that the characters in my series lived in a most perfect society. Having equal rights and having all the freedoms you could ever wish for, the community depicted in Project Starconium was able to thrive harmoniously without conflict for many eons. The beings in the story were also immortal and for thousands of years, they spent their days studying all they could. Once these graduated from school many thousands of years later, they emerged entirely different people. People who's personality and perspectives of the world had changed dramatically. In the wake of this sudden change, the people of the planet in the story were able to contribute greatly to the world that they were a part of. And with this contribution, the beings were able to change the world for the better.

But, Project Starconium didn't just focus on that...

While I'm here in the group, i will be mainly writing about Project Starconium, so don't expect me to spoil to much about what the series will be about.

My second series was Star X, a story that had been secretly based on real life events. Although the events depicted in the story are most intense, I used my understanding of what was going on around me to build the foundation of my series. 

In Star X (Note: I would actually change the name of the series at a later time.), the protagonists are assaulted when they are attending a government meeting called G20. Unaware at the lives that were at stake, the protagonists manage to fend off the insurgents only to awaken a far more powerful enemy. This new threat is an ancient enemy of the main character and eventually threatens the destruction of the entire planet.

So as you can see, I'm a very literate person and i have been trying very very hard to get recognized for what i am. I love literature and i love to write. Writing is my life and i am very uncertain what i would do if i ever got Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (its best you look it up. Im also a doctor so I'm kinda accustomed to such terms.). In other words, I am very uncertain as to what i would be doing if i were ever unable to write.

I do hope you accept me into your community of literature. I deserver to be praised for my hard work.
DrippingWords Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
I'm sorry, but if you cannot be bothered to read our joining and submission guidelines clearly outlined on our front page then you will not be accepted into the group.

Moreover, you say that you are very literate, but you don't even use correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling. You were extremely condescending in your second to last paragraph. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a very well know affliction. Even if you were to contract it, you would still be able to find ways to write. There are several very accurate diction-oriented programs for those who are disabled. I suggest you take a look into these programs if CTS worries you.

I hope that you can find what you are looking for elsewhere, and apologize again for not being able to give it here. Best of luck to you.
ProjectStarconia Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Well thats all your opinion I'm afraid. Good luck finding someone with original content like mine.
DrippingWords Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Nothing is original anymore. And you might want to lose the attitude if you want people to like you. Or even consider reading your stuff.
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CDing93 Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2014  Student Writer
Hi, I recently applied to join the group (about a week ago, now) and I was wondering on when I might hear back? Thanks in advance!
DrippingWords Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
I am so sorry your request expired! Feel free to resubmit!
Fleeting-Epiphany Featured By Owner May 6, 2014
It's always a pleasure to be nominated and see my work as "Lit of the week!" Congratulations to the other nominees, and the best of luck. :)
DrippingWords Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
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