Cheap Complex Devices: Mind Over Matter Volume Red

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Nov 17, 2002 - 132 pages
Winners of the inaugural Hofstadter Prize for machine-written narrative, these artificially constructed stories represent the future of post-human fiction.

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About the author (2002)

John Sundman is the author and publisher of the cyber-nano-biopunk novels Acts of the Apostles, Cheap Complex Devices, and The Pains, and has been called "the future of printed fiction" by pioneering cyberpunk author Bruce Sterling. John has been a manager of technical publications and software engineering at companies in Silicon Valley and Boston, a long-haul truck driver, a construction worker, and a famine relief worker in west Africa. He resides on the island of Martha's Vineyard where he's a volunteer firefighter and food pantry worker. Sundman is also the founder and one of the lead writers at, a group blog about, mostly, the nexus of technology, science and social policy in the USA. Wetmechanics also write about software praxis, technoparanoia, the craft of writing, self-publishing, neurobiology, genomics, politics, and random whatnot.

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