Rosalind Moran is a writer of short fiction, nonfiction, poetry, satire, and plays. Her work has appeared in the Guardian, Prospect Magazine, and Electric Literature, among many others. She hails from Australia and currently lives in Cambridge, UK.
Recent Ideas from Rosalind Moran
Digital avatars — computer representations of real human beings — are moving increasingly from fiction into reality. Yet these technological advancements risk infringing on the rights of future generations, as well as upending how humans understand and experience death.