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Globalhead (Pocketbook)

Author:  Bruce Sterling
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Format: Pocketbook
ISBN-10: 0553562819
ISBN-13: 9780553562811
Sku: 30100819
Publish Date: 11/1/1994
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 6.75H x 4L x 1T
Pages:  368
This second collection of short fiction by Bruce Sterling, set in such disparate environments as ancient Assyria and posthuman France, provides a stimulating and entertaining glimpse inside the "global head" of one of imaginative fiction's most exciting talents.
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Featuring thirteen satirical short stories, a unique collection includes scientific superstars, a rock singer who is the voice of the people, and two lost souls who drive off the edge of the world and find each other. Reprint.
Author Bio
Bruce Sterling
Bruce Sterling is one of the three or four most important figures in the 1980s science fiction movement dubbed cyberpunk (the others being William Gibson, Pat Cadigan, and Rudy Rucker). His first two novels, INVOLUTION OCEAN (1977) and THE ARTIFICIAL KID (1980), along with a self-produced fanzine called Cheap Truth (which ran from 1984 to 1986), defined what cyberpunk meant. Sterling's rather spectacular vision of the future was further refined in 1985's SCHISMATRIX and several subsequent stories set in the same universe. His next novel, ISLANDS IN THE NET won the 1989 John W. Campbell Memorial Award. Astonishingly, more than half of Sterling's short fiction--not to mention most of his longer fiction--has been nominated for one award or another--with his story "Bicycle Repairman" winning the 1997 Hugo Award and "Taklamakan" winning the same in 1999. Sterling has also written a number of nonfiction pieces of varying lengths, including 1994's THE HACKER CRACKDOWN: LAW AND ORDER ON THE ELECTRONIC FRONTIER, one of the first--and more importantly, most objective and least hysterical--books about computer crime that flooded the marketplace in the 1990s. Sterling continues to be a major voice in science fiction as it moves ever forward, moments ahead of the pace of reality.

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Product attributeBook Format:   Pocketbook
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0368
Product attributePublisher:   Spectra Books
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