Eastern Standard Tribe
70 Installments— in English—Entirely free
Tags: Science Fiction
Born in 1971 to a Canadian family whose values included political activism, Cory Doctorow devoted much of his youth to activist and social justice causes. After leaving college without a degree, he went on to serve pivotal roles in the field of copyright in the electronic and internet age. In 2003, he published his first novel, Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom, which was greeted with much success from the science fiction community. A sought-after lecturer, Doctorow recently held the inaugural Fulbright Chair in Public Diplomacy at the University of Southern California. He has since published other works, among them a short-story collection entitled A Place So Foreign and Eight More, and a novel, Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town.Back to top
Opening Lines (Experimental)
I once had a Tai Chi instructor who explained the difference between Chinese and Western medicine thus: "Western medicine is based on corpses, things that you discover by cutting up dead bodies and pulling them apart. Chinese medicine is based on living flesh, things observed from vital, moving ...
Copyright 2004 by Cory DoctorowBack to top
Reviewed by BillSeitz on Jul 3, 2008
loved it enough to buy 5 copies for friends
Actually, employees of mine at the time.
"Tribes are ways of getting things done."
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