This week on Litro Lab, actor Greg Page reads ‘Cascade’, story that will appear in our Augmented Reality issue this month. ‘Cascade’ by Iain Robinson is a short story that imagines the logical future for technologies like Google Glass. In ‘Cascade’ we see the consequences of opting into an augmented future— and the benefits of opting out.
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Iain Robinson is the author of a novel, The Buyer, which has recently been published by CoLiCo Press. He lives in Norwich and teaches at the University of East Anglia. He is part of the prose editing team at Lighthouse, a literary magazine from Norwich. He also writes literary criticism and has had essays published on novels by Will Self and Sarah Hall.
Iain Robinson’s story is read by Greg Page, who trained at Maria Grey College and the City Lit. Previous credits include touring with the London Bubble, Malvolio for TTC, appearing as a hired killer and a gay street preacher in independent films, and the voice of a coma victim for BBC radio. He currently appears in Much Ado About Nothing at the Globe Theatre, London. He can be contacted through Rosebery Management.