Most futuristic Sci fi happens a few dozen to a few hundred years in the future, and involve homo sapiens with advanced technology. Are there any good media worth looking into that talk about intelligent life thousands or millions, or billions and trillions of years from now? Or is that so far that it would basically be pointless (like asking a fly to explain the large hadron collider). Granted, I’m sure intelligent life will be beyond our comprehension someday, but I’m also sure some good writers can make up interesting stories about life as an intelligent post human.
I read asimovs the last question for the first time a few months ago and have reread it a half dozen times since then because I enjoyed it so much, but it was one of the few stories that discussed life far into the future, and I think that was a reason I liked it.
I’m looking for Sci fi that goes past the common trope of (biological humans with better technology) to something more post human.