Cyber World: Tales of Humanity's Tomorrow

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Cybernetics. Neuroscience. Nanotechnology. Genetic engineering. Hacktivism. Transhumanism. The world of tomorrow is already here, and the technological changes we all face have inspired a new wave of stories to address our fears, hopes, dreams, and desires as Homo sapiens evolve—or not—into their next incarnation. Cyber World presents diverse tales of humanity’s tomorrow, as told by some of today’s most gripping science fiction visionaries.

Edited by Hugo Award winner Jason Heller and Joshua Viola.

250 pages

ISBN-13: 978-0-9964039-1-7

Amazon Bestseller

Cyber World Named One of Barnes & Noble’s Best Anthologies of 2016.

FOREWORD
Richard Kadrey

INTRODUCTION
Joshua Viola

SERENADE
Isabel Yap

THE MIGHTY PHIN
Nisi Shawl

REACTIONS
Mario Acevedo

THE BEES OF KIRIBATI
Warren Hammond

THE REST BETWEEN TWO NOTES
Cat Rambo

THE SINGULARITY IS IN YOUR HAIR
Matthew Kressel

PANIC CITY
Madeline Ashby

TTHE FAITHFUL SOLDIER, PROMPTED
Saladin Ahmed

YOUR BONES WILL NOT BE UNKNOWN
Alyssa Wong

STAUNCH
Paul Graham Raven

OTHER PEOPLE’S THOUGHTS
Chinelo Onwualu

WYSIOMG
Alvaro Zinos-Amaro

WE WILL TAKE CARE OF OUR OWN
Angie Hodapp

A SONG TRANSMUTED
Sarah Pinsker

IT’S ONLY WORDS
Keith Ferrell

SMALL OFFERINGS
Paolo Bacigalupi

DARKOUT
E. Lily Yubr>
VISIBLE DAMAGE
Stephen Graham Jones

THE IBEX ON THE DAY OF EXTINCTION
Minister Faust

HOW NOTHING HAPPENS
Darin Bradley

AFTERWORD
Jason Heller

"This is old-school cyberpunk written by new-school talent--the caliber of writers found in this book is like a dream-team of storytellers ready to hack your skull and implant their tales into your brain-meats. Cyber World gives the cyberpunk genre a much-needed reboot."
—Chuck Wendig, New York Times Bestselling Author of Star Wars: Aftermath and Zeroes

"This is the upgrade: the new, real sound of diverse futures, mad and magnificent, the world on a wire. Essential."
—Warren Ellis, Author of Gun Machine and Transmetropolitan

"Killer apps outnumber the glitches in twenty short, bracing narratives of cyberpunk sci-fi."
Kirkus Reviews

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