My new short story collection, Overclocked: Stories of the Future Present is out this week, and I've just launched the website that goes with it. Overclocked collects six of my most recent stories: Printcrime, When Sysadmins Ruled the Earth, Anda's Game, I, Robot, I Row-Boat, and After the Siege. Between them, these stories have been reprinted in five languages, won a Locus Award, been a Hugo finalist, and been selected for every one of the Best of the Year anthology series in the field, along with Michael Chabon's tony Best American Short Stories collection.
All of these stories are available for download under a Creative Commons By-Noncommercial-Sharealike license. Take 'em, send them around, convert them to new formats, make new and cool things out of them -- but don't charge money for them without talking to me first -- and no adding DRM to them, ever!
I've got a bunch of launch-events planned for the next couple months, in Toronto, San Francisco, LA, Vancouver, San Diego and Chapel Hill, NC (basically, places that I'm going to for work). I might be able to line up NYC too -- but it's too soon to tell. Details for all of them will be here, or you can sign up for my mailing list.
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