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Key Resources

  1. 50 Sci-Fi & Fantasy Works Every Socialist Should Read, by China Mieville
  2. Shareable Futures: Shareable magazine has a series of s-f fiction stories by Bruce Sterling and others, featuring futures based on sharing and sustainability
  3. Cory Doctorow: Technology Can Be a Force for Liberation. Introduction to the Persian edition of the science fiction novel Little Brother, by Cory Doctorow, London, June 2008
  4. Delicious tags for updates at,

Reviews by P2P Foundation Collaborators

  • Kevin Carson reviews
  1. The Makers by Cory Doctorow,
  2. The Caryatids. Bruce Sterling,

Key P2P Fiction

Science Fiction

* Bibliographies:


* Individual Books:

  1. Makers. Cory Doctorow. The second industrial revolution -- at the micro scale.
  2. Daemon and FreedomTM. Daniel Suarez. A second American revolution enabled by software. Resilient communities.
  3. Islands in the Net. Bruce Sterling. City state warfare (Singapore vs. Grenada).
  4. Snow Crash. Neal Stephenson. Post nation-state thinking. "Burbclave" city states vs. "Fedland" (a bureaucratic nightmare of what's left of the gov't) vs. Criminal corporate franchises.
  5. The Diamond Age. Neal Stephenson. Nanotech warfare. Nanotech future dissolves global social systems. People respond by recreating historical cultures to give meaning to their lives.