Hari Kunzru is the author of six novels: White Tears, Gods Without Men, My Revolutions,Transmission,The Impressionist, and his latest, Red Pill. His work has been translated into 21 languages, and…
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Life’s final border might not be so final after all. From tardigrades to viruses, some things are both dead and alive. Or neither. How do we draw the line between the living and the dead? And how does that line blur in places like in a time capsule buried in ice, or a library on the moon?