WikiWorld

by Paul Di Filippo | :: Jump to Buy Links ::

TABLE OF CONTENTS

My Di Fi: Introduction by Rudy Rucker

Providence
Argus Blinked
Life in the Anthropocene
Bombs Away!
Cockroach Love
Waves and Smart Magma
To See Infinity Bare
The End of the Great Continuity
Fjaerland
The HPL Commonplace Book
Professor Fluvius’s Palace of Many Waters
Yes We Have No Bananas
A Partial and Conjectural History of Dr. Meuller’s Panoptical Cartoon Engine
The New Cyberiad
iCity
Return to the 20th Century
Murder in Geektopia
The Omniplus Ultra
Wikiworld

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WikiWorld contains a choice assortment of Di Filippo’s best and most recent work. The title story, a radical envisioning of near-future sociopolitical modes, received accolades from both Cory Doctorow and Warren Ellis. In addition, there are alternate history adventures such as “Yes We Have No Bananas” (which critic Gary Wolfe called “a new kind of science fiction”); homages to icons such as Stanislaw Lem (“The New Cyberiad”); collaborations with Rudy Rucker and Damien Broderick; and a posthuman odyssey (“Waves and Smart Magma”).

WikiWorld is the best of the best from this British Science Fiction Association Award-winning and Nebula, Hugo, Sturgeon, and World Fantasy Award-nominated author.

| Introduction by Rudy Rucker. |

ISBN: 9781771481557
eISBN: 9781771481564


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