When someone, especially a writer with fans, like Cory Doctorow, goes online and uses a term like deconstruction incorrectly, as he does here when he implies it as a synonym for, say, "dismantling" or "exposing", he encourages and, unfortunately, even authorizes a common misconception about a major movement in literary criticism.
Based on his remarks in the interview, I'm guessing he doesn't have too fine a handle on "magical realism," either.
Doctorow's funny, clever, and inventive when he puts in the effort ("Down and Out"), but I get the feeling that's more of a rarity for him than a practice.
Most of his short works are marred by awful dialogue, stilted prose, and ill-conceived structures. Much of it reads like poorly veiled essays -- overbearing vehicles to push a technical or political point, with little regard for actual story.
He's excellent at self promotion -- a sort of a junior Dave Eggers (see interview) -- but I wish he'd put half the effort into the actual work as he did his own hype.
As for the new bit, it demonstrates an ungodly amount of hubris for a rookie author to take aim at sci-fi giants in such an obvious, public way. It smacks of an undergraduate English major writing Hemingway "parodies" for the school literary journal. Yes, it's all very clever, modern, trendy and po-mo.
But god, you should be so lucky as to be a tenth as talented.