Pwning Tomorrow: Short Fiction from the Electronic Frontier
As part of the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s 25th Anniversary celebrations, EFF has released Pwning Tomorrow: Stories from the Electronic Frontier, an anthology of speculative fiction from more than 20 authors, including Bruce Sterling, Lauren Beukes, Cory Doctorow, and Charlie Jane Anders.
EFF meets many speculative fiction fans in the course of its work to protect digital civil liberties, and the 21 stories in this collection inspire a sharper sense of the futures we may experience and the role of rights and freedoms there. The authors explore the wonders and perils of technology over the next 25 years and beyond, imagining the consequences of everything from abusive intellectual property lawsuits to out-of-control viral marketing, from over-protective intelligent fridges to violently loyal cyber-pets.
It's also important to know that writers have long been at the forefront of the fight against mass surveillance in the real world. Paranormal romance author Carolyn Jewel is the lead plaintiff in Jewel v. NSA, EFF’s long-running lawsuit against warrantless collection of electronic communications. Her novella, "Free Fall," rounds out the collection.
The full list of contributors includes:
- Charlie Jane Anders
- Madeline Ashby
- Paolo Bacigalupi
- Lauren Beukes
- David Brin
- Pat Cadigan
- Cory Doctorow
- Paul Ford
- Neil Gaiman
- SL Grey
- Eileen Gunn
- Charles Human
- Kameron Hurley
- Carolyn Jewel
- James Patrick Kelly
- Ramez Naam
- Annalee Newitz
- Hannu Rajaniemi
- Rudy Rucker
- Lewis Shiner
- Bruce Sterling
- Charles Yu
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