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Storming the reality studio : a casebook of cyberpunk and postmodern science fiction

Author: Larry McCaffery
Publisher: Durham [N.C.] : Duke University Press, 1991.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A study of postmodern literature which brings together extracts from the works of contemporary science fiction writers and major theorists of postmodern art and culture in order to examine their  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Cyberpunk fiction
Short stories
Science fiction
Fiction
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Storming the reality studio.
Durham : Duke University Press, 1991
(OCoLC)555787517
Material Type: Fiction, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Larry McCaffery
ISBN: 0822311585 9780822311584 0822311682 9780822311683
OCLC Number: 23384573
Description: xv, 387 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: The desert of the real / Larry McCaffery --
Cyberpunk 101 : a schematic guide to Storming the reality studio / Richard Kadrey and Larry McCaffery --
Beyond the extinction of human life / Kathy Acker --
From Crash / J.G. Ballard --
Mother and I would like to know / William S. Burroughs --
Rock on / Pat Cadigan --
Among the blobs / Samuel R. Delany --
From White noise / Don DeLillo --
From Neuromancer / William Gibson --
Fistic hermaphrodites ; Microbes ; Penetrabit : slime temples ; Nerve terminals / Rob Hardin --
Max Headroom / Harold Jaffe --
From Straight fiction / Thom Jurek --
The toilet was full of Nietzsche / Richard Kadrey --
Office of the future / Marc Laidlaw --
I was an infinitely hot and dense dot / Mark Leyner --
From Plus / Joseph McElroy --
Wire movement #9 ; Wire for two Tims / Misha --
From Easy travel to other planets / Ted Mooney --
Frame 137 / Jim O'Barr --
From The crying of lot 49 / Thomas Pynchon --
From Software / Rudy Rucker --
From Life during wartime / Lucius Shepard --
Stoked / Lewis Shiner --
Wolves of the plateau / John Shirley --
Twenty evocations ; The Mare Tranquillitatis people's circumlunar zaibatsu : 2-1-'16 / Bruce Sterling --
The indigo engineers / William T. Vollmann --
Before the lights came on : observations of a synergy / Steve Brown --
The automation of the robot / Jean Baudrillard --
Cyberpunk and neuromanticism / Istvan Csicsery-Ronay, Jr. --
From Of grammatology / Jacques Derrida --
Yin and Yang duke it out / Joan Gordon --
Cybernetic deconstructions : cyberpunk and postmodernism / Veronica Hollinger --
From Postmodernism, or, The cultural logic of late capitalism / Fredric Jameson --
Television and the triumph of culture / Arthur Kroker and David Cook --
Bet on it : cyber/video/punk/performance / Brooks Landon --
The cyberpunk : the individual as reality pilot / Timothy Leary --
The postmodern / Jean-Francois Lyotard --
An interview with William Gibson ; Cutting up : cyberpunk, punk music, and urban decontextualizations / Larry McCaffery --
Postcybermodernpunkism / Brian McHale --
The wars of the coin's two halves : Bruce Sterling's mechanist/shaper narratives / Tom Maddox --
Frothing the synaptic bath / Davis Porush --
Literary MTV / George Slusser --
Preface from Mirrorshades / Bruce Sterling --
On Gibson and cyberpunk SF / Darko Suvin --
The Japanese reflection of Mirrorshades / Takayuki Tatsumi.
Responsibility: edited by Larry McCaffery.

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