HyperModern fiction is a style of writing that was first introduced by Japanese cyberpunk author Kenji Siratori. It began with his first novel Blood Electric and then from there, he created a slew of cyberpunk novels in the HyperModern fiction style.
Many years later and strongly influenced by Kenji Siratori's workes as well as Hunter S. Thompson's, American writer Eugene-John began writing in this cyberpunk, HyperModern fiction style, but with a more coherent approach. Eugene-John managed to keep it hyper, random, kinetic, spastic but with a Gonzo approach to it. At times he writes about cyberpunk themes, but a large body of his work is grounded in modern themes and situations. HyperModern fiction is a style that combines Gonzo writing and Stream of consciousness. It's a fast paced, "in your face," very random, very informative style of writing, but with a common theme running thoughout the story.

It is suggested that the best way to truly enjoy HyperModern fiction is with the use of frantic, raw, energetic rock n' roll and/or industrial music. And for those daring enough, a toke of your favorite green leafy substance or countless swills of your favorite nectar.
KENJI SIRATORI (Blood Electric)
EUGENE-JOHN PESCORAN (Nicely Destroyed)
HyperModern Fiction
Douglas Montgomery Morgan가 작성 2007년 12월 19일 (수)

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