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Meads, Kat

(?   -    ) US poet and author whose first work of genre interest, a poem, was "Beware" for Dreams & Nightmares in 1987; her sf novel, Sleep (2004), is a double Dystopia set in an estranged version of Near Future America, with two twisted societies following the dictates of regionalism as to geography and burden: in The Valley, Computer-obsessed insomniacs huddle; on the mountain tops roam monk-like figures obsessed by dreams. [JC]

Kat Meads

born North Carolina

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Entry from The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction (2011-current) edited by John Clute and David Langford.
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