A visionary whose writing broke through the boundaries of the science fiction genre, Philip K. Dick is regarded as a major figure of 20th-century fiction. In 2007, he became the first science fiction writer to be included in the Library of America series.
This collection presents some outstanding examples of his shorter works and includes Colony, Upon the Dull Earth, The Short Happy Life of the Brown Oxford, Faith of Our Fathers, The Days of Perky Pat, The Variable Man, and I Hope I Shall Arrive Soon. Investigating spiritual questions through science-fiction imagery, these stories explore the boundaries of human consciousness as they present such themes as multiple realities, creating life, and man's relationship to God. Download and start listening now!