This collection focuses on the cultural, global, political, and social narratives of future space(s).
We suggest that critiques of narratives and discourses about digital and virtual spaces,
artificial intelligence, space exploration, and even the colonization of space and planets can
provide needed insights about global futures, especially as they inform how we ought to and who
ought to live in the present with environmental destruction, information capitalism,
neoliberalism, and the remaining infrastructures of colonialism. The works here complicate the