A publisher sent me this poem by Elisa Gabbert in The New York Review of Books, its called "New Theories on Boredom" by Elisa Gabbert, it ends like this:
'It takes a special kind of mediocrity to be offensive and boring at the same time.
I’m so over the “boring on purpose” defense.
I think I mean if the language is boring there should at least be some emotions or ideas or something.
Boring through, or thoroughly boring?
I was very boring today.
Sometimes the dystopia was boring.
At least everyone was boring at the same time about something inherently interesting.'
Read the poem here,
I have nothing to add, only this, I would say that most often the dystopia is boring.