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Encyclopedia > A Place So Foreign and Eight More

A Place So Foreign and Eight More is a collection of short stories by Cory Doctorow. A paperback edition was issued in New York by a publisher called Four Walls Eight Windows in 2003 with ISBN 1568582862 .


  • The Kingdom of Magic Junk, by Bruce Sterling (http://craphound.com/place/000020.php) (Introduction)
  • Craphound (http://craphound.com/place/000012.php)
  • A Place So Foreign (http://craphound.com/place/000013.php)
  • All Day Sucker
  • To Market, To Market: The Rebranding of Billy Bailey
  • Return to Pleasure Island (http://craphound.com/place/000014.php)
  • Shadow of the Mothaship (http://craphound.com/place/000015.php)
  • Home Again, Home Again (http://craphound.com/place/000016.php)
  • The Super Man and the Bugout (http://craphound.com/place/000017.php)
  • 0wnz0red (http://www.salon.com/tech/feature/2002/08/28/0wnz0red/) (hosted on Salon.com) Nominated for the 2003 Nebula Award for Best Novelette.

External link

The collection homepage and blog (http://craphound.com/place/)

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A Place So Foreign (18006 words)
So I spent an hour hunkered down in there, listening to the clatter of the wheels and trying to guess where we were going.
I was so engrossed with the view that I didn't see the packjackers until they were already on me. They hit me high and low, two kids about my age with tricked-out custom jet-packs with their traffic beacons broken off.
The lawyer was a foreigner, a Frenchie or a Belgian, and his offices were grubby and filled with stinking cigar smoke and the din of the trolleys.
A Place So Foreign and Eight More (3280 words)
So thank you all, and thanks most of all to our ancestors, the bringers of fire and the inventors of the wheel, the Judith Merrils and the Phyllis Gotleibs, the Gilgameshes and the golems, the Turings and the Teslas.
A Place So Foreign and Eight More, has won the 2004 Sunburst Award for Canadian Literature of the Fantastic, winning out over such worthy competitors as Margaret Atwood's Oryx and Crake and Robert Charles Wilson's Blind Lake.
So, if you're interested in a signed copy, you can call (888.893.4008), fax (415.824.8543), or email your order to the store, and they'll send you a copy (while supplies last!).
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