Gu: A Documentary about the Last Manufactured Thing

By Mike Reeves-McMillan

Sci-Fi | eBook


When Callie Arnold and her team invented Gu, they were inventing the last manufactured thing. Because Gu can take any shape, turn into anything you want. Fifteen years later, follow documentary maker Susan Halwaz as she interviews the creators of Gu - and the people whose lives their creation has changed, from military veterans to gamers to teenagers. A Charles Stross-esque novella of future technology and its discontents.



Mike Reeves-McMillan has a black belt, which holds up his trousers. He's not sure why authors make such a big deal of these, but they are certainly convenient, trouserwise. For someone with an English degree, he's spent a surprising amount of time wearing a hard hat. He's also studied ritualmaking, hypnotherapy and health science. Mike writes strange worlds that people want to live in. He himself lives in Auckland, New Zealand, surrounded by trees.


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Mike Reeves-McMillan has a black belt, which holds up his trousers. He's not sure why authors make such a big deal of these, but they are certainly convenient, trouserwise. For someone with an English degree, he's spent a surprising amount of time wearing a hard hat. He's also studied ritualmaking, hypnotherapy and health science. Mike writes strange worlds that people want to live in. He hi...


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