It was 72 years ago today that Philip K. Dick was born and though he died in 1982, his work has never been more alive in pop culture than it is now. To mark the day, we’re revisiting Scott Timberg’s amazing series on the author’s last years, which were spent in Orange County — a place where Dick was like a subversive agent living behind enemy lines in a cultural war only he could completely define. Thanks again to Timberg for his extraordinary work on this project, and be sure to check out his other musings and manias at The Misread City blog.
Philip K. Dick, the voice and visions of an outsider
Dec. 16, 2010 | 6:12 p.m.
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