The Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow

Paperback | November 1, 2011

byCory Doctorow

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In a Disney-dominated future, a transhuman teenager engages in high velocity adventures until he meets the “meat girl” of his dreams and is forced to choose between immortality and sex in one of Cory Doctorow's most daring novellas. Also included in this collection is “Creativity vs. Copyright,” a transcript of Doctorow’s historic address to the 2010 World Science Fiction Convention, dramatically presenting his controversial case for open-source models not only in information but art as well, and “Outspoken Interview,” in which Doctorow reveals the surprising inspirations for his writing.

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In a Disney-dominated future, a transhuman teenager engages in high velocity adventures until he meets the “meat girl” of his dreams and is forced to choose between immortality and sex in one of Cory Doctorow's most daring novellas. Also included in this collection is “Creativity vs. Copyright,” a transcript of Doctorow’s historic addr...

Cory Doctorow is an author, an activist, a journalist, and the coeditor of BoingBoing.net. He is the author of Content, Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom, For the Win, and Little Brother.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:136 pages, 7.5 × 5 × 0.68 inPublished:November 1, 2011Publisher:PM PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 13:9781604864045

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"The multi-layered ironies in Doctorow's writing are rich and wonderful . . . about as sharp a scalpel as an author can create." —www.wired.com