Craphound #2020

Craphound By Cory Doctorow Craphound From A Place So Foreign and Eight More a short story collection published in September by Four Walls Eight Windows Press ISBN See craphound place for Originally Published in Science
  • Title: Craphound
  • Author: Cory Doctorow
  • ISBN: 9783655161609
  • Page: 389
  • Format: ebook
  • Craphound By Cory Doctorow
    Craphound By Cory Doctorow From A Place So Foreign and Eight More, a short story collection published in September, 2003 by Four Walls Eight Windows Press ISBN 1568582862 See craphound place for .Originally Published in Science Fiction Age, March 1998 Reprinted in Northern Suns Tor, 1999, David Hartwell and Glenn Grant, editors Year s Best Science Fiction XVI Morrow, 1999,From A Place So Foreign and Eight More, a short story collection published in September, 2003 by Four Walls Eight Windows Press ISBN 1568582862 See craphound place for .Originally Published in Science Fiction Age, March 1998 Reprinted in Northern Suns Tor, 1999, David Hartwell and Glenn Grant, editors Year s Best Science Fiction XVI Morrow, 1999, Gardner Dozois, editor Hayakawa Science Fiction Magazine Japan September 2001 Like most aliens mingling with human society stories, Doctorow s story serves mostly to hold a mirror up to human nature, but the odd corner of human nature it examines is fascinating, and the story is smoothly and expertly written, with some good detail and local color and some shrewd insights into human nature and human culture, and an almost Bradburian vein of rich nostalgia running through it although the nostalgia is quirky enough that perhaps it might usefully be compared to R.A Lafferty or Terry Bisson than to Bradbury Gardner Dozois Editor, Asimov s Science Fiction Magazine
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    About “Cory Doctorow

    • Cory Doctorow

      Cory Doctorow is a science fiction author, activist, journalist and blogger the co editor of Boing Boing and the author of the YA graphic novel In Real Life, the nonfiction business book Information Doesn t Want To Be Free, and young adult novels like Homeland, Pirate Cinema, and Little Brother and novels for adults like Rapture Of The Nerds and Makers He is a Fellow for the Electronic Frontier Foundation and co founded the UK Open Rights Group Born in Toronto, Canada, he now lives in Los Angeles.

    109 thoughts on “Craphound


    • Believe it or not, this was my first short story that I ve actually read in a long time The last time I read a book or a short story for recreation was when I was in middle school To get on with the review, Cory Doctorow is awesome so far Maybe that s because I haven t explored many other authors considering this is the first book I finished I m glad I chose this book after finding the epub file to download to my ereader Cory Doctorow writes this story in a sort of futuristic way It wasn t reall [...]


    • I haven t read many short stories and I m finding them an interesting form This one left me nostalgic and rather happy I d read it though it felt like something written for a college english class, albeit by someone with a future in writing.



    • A neat little story I read the Robot Comics version on my Google phone, which was an interesting experience but worked surprisingly well.





    • Crap can be treasure, and vice versa If you get all tingly at the sight of a roadside flea market you ll probably like this.


    • Good short story This was another Project Gutenberg free download, and the story preface by the author says it is a novel Maybe this was just a sample then I ll have to look into it.



    • I had to make several attempts at this before I finally finished But I am glad that I did The story comes to a meaningful conclusion.



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