In addition, Berger has written several nonfiction works about the dystopian fiction genre and its impact on history. These include:
Let the Game Do Its Work: A history of dystopian spectacles and contests, from 1878's The New Ordeal, through The Hunger Games and beyond.
The Turner Legacy: An exploration of the extensive racist dystopian genre that inspired the deadliest work of fiction in history, The Turner Diaries.
World Gone Wrong: A blog discussing important, obscure and bizarre dystopian works and related subjects.
J.M. Berger and Kelsey Atheron discussed dystopias -- real and imagined -- on The Loopcast recently.
Stay tuned for more dystopia content!