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  Themes: Cyberpunk - Cyberspace 
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  1953  Childhood's End by Arthur C. Clarke (Amazon - Alibris)  
  1959  Nine Tomorrows by Isaac Asimov (Amazon - Alibris)  
  1961  Rendezvous on a Lost World by A. Bertram Chandler (Amazon - Alibris)  
  1963  Cosmic Computer, The by H. Beam Piper (Amazon - Alibris)  
  1966  Giles Goat Boy by John Barth (Amazon - Alibris)  
  1967  Computer War by Mack Reynolds (Amazon - Alibris)  
  1968  Final Programme, The by Michael Moorcock (Amazon - Alibris)  
  1970  Starchild Trilogy, The by Frederik Pohl, Jack Williamson (Amazon - Alibris)  
  1971  Müller-Fokker Effect, The by John T. Sladek (Amazon - Alibris)  
           Vermillion Sands by J. G. Ballard (Amazon - Alibris)  
  1973  Other Side of Tomorrow, The by Roger Elwood (Amazon - Alibris)  
           Werewolf Among Us, A by Dean R. Koontz (Amazon - Alibris)  
  1975  Dhalgren by Samuel R. Delany (Amazon - Alibris)  
           No Direction Home by Norman Spinrad (Amazon - Alibris)  
           Shockwave Rider, The by John Brunner (Amazon - Alibris)  
  1977  Attack of the Evil Cyber-god by Brad Quentin (Amazon - Alibris)  
           Callahan's Crosstime Saloon by Spider Robinson (Amazon - Alibris)  
           Demon of the Deep by Brad Quentin (Amazon - Alibris)  
           Forbidden City of Luxor, The by Brad Quentin (Amazon - Alibris)  
           Maps in a Mirror by Orson Scott Card (Amazon - Alibris)  
           Monsters from Beyond Time, The by Brad Quentin (Amazon - Alibris)  
           Peril in the Peaks by Brad Quentin (Amazon - Alibris)  
           Pirates of Cyber Island by Brad Quentin (Amazon - Alibris)  
  1978  Face of Evil, The by Terrance Dicks (Amazon - Alibris)  
           Journey into Q-Space by Brad Quentin (Amazon - Alibris)  
           Lake of Terror, The by Brad Quentin (Amazon - Alibris)  
           Make us happy by Arthur Herzog (Amazon - Alibris)  
           Nightworld by David Bischoff (Amazon - Alibris)  
           Tomb of the Cybermen, The by Gerry Davis (Amazon - Alibris)  
  1979  Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, The by Douglas Adams (Amazon - Alibris)  

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   About this theme  
  The essence of Cyberpunk fiction had been evolving for years, but most people mark the birth of this literary genre with William Gibson's stunning Neuromancer.

Through the later half of the eighties and early nineties, Cyberpunk fiction was a very hot topic. Nowadays, people like to think of it as a passing fad, but that is not true. Just look through this theme list and see what young new writers are doing with the many concepts that were once labeled cyberpunk fiction.

The core feeling of cyberpunk dealt with people living on the extreme edge of society, using the power of computers and technology to carve out a niche for themselves. The early novels felt like watching a Raymond Chandler film noir by a screenwriter who had gene spliced with the DNA from Philip K. Dick. The reason why the genre became so popular is because cyberpunk was full of life, edgy and the early adopters hawked it like Timothy Leary promoting the virtues of LSD. So a generation of kids who admired the rebelliousness of hippies took cyberpunk to heart.

By Jim Harris, 2000
   Internet links  
  • alt.cyberpunk FAQ
  • (Wayback Machine - Google cache)
  • Cyberpunk Authors
  • (Wayback Machine - Google cache)
  • Cyberpunk Glossary
  • (Wayback Machine - Google cache)
  • Cyberpunk Reading List
  • (Wayback Machine - Google cache)
  • Cyberpunk Science Fiction: An Overview
  • (Wayback Machine - Google cache)

  • English 309K at UTA: Cyberpunk
  • (Wayback Machine - Google cache)
  • Is cyberpunk still breathing?
  • (Wayback Machine - Google cache)
  • Mirrorshades Forum
  • (Wayback Machine - Google cache)
  • Technoculture from Frankenstein to Cyberpunk
  • (Wayback Machine - Google cache)
  • The Cyberpunk Authority
  • (Wayback Machine - Google cache)
  • Virtual Matrix
  • (Wayback Machine - Google cache)
  • William Gibson's Neuromancer and Post-Modern Science Fiction
  • (Wayback Machine - Google cache)

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