INTERNATIONAL PIXEL-STAINED TECHNOPEASANT DAY ¶
A Directory of Online Creations
am declaring Monday 23rd April International Pixel-Stained Technopeasant
Day. On this day, everyone who wants to should give away professional quality
work online. It doesn't matter if it's a novel, a story or a poem, it doesn't
matter if it's already been published or if it hasn't, the point is it
should be disseminated online to celebrate our technopeasanthood." —Author
This site collects links to novels, stories, poems, music, art, and
other offerings placed online by folks celebrating IPSTP Day on April 23,
2007. You can follow the controversy that prompted Jo Walton's proposal
of the day through this
tag (in reverse order of the date posted) at the LiveJournal blog for
the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America. More contributions
were posted at these links: Jo
Walton's blog: April 15, 2007, Jo
Walton's blog: April 23, 2007, ipstp
blog: April 2007, and Technorati:
blog entries tagged "technopeasant". Or just do a Web
search on "technopeasant".
A moderator at the sfwa blog, Will
Shetterly, expressed the wistful hope that somebody would collect the
links in one place. I volunteered. He responded: "Hurrah! (Because madness
should be encouraged.)"
Links are collected and annotated by Dusk Peterson. Fiction
by Dusk Peterson is available.
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Short Shorts: Less than 2000 words. Includes
IPSTP Day tribute.
Short Stories and Novelettes: 2000-17,499
words. Includes IPSTP Day tribute.
Novellas and Novels: 17,500 words or more.
Poetry and Lyrics.
Nonfiction. Includes IPSTP Day tributes.
Audio and Videos. Includes IPSTP Day tribute.
Art, Comics, and Clothing. Includes IPSTP Day
Amodio, Aimee C..
Buckell, Tobias S..
Casil, Amy Sterling.
Dunn, Linda J..
Francis, Diana Pharaoh.
Graf, D. A..
Hale, Beverly A..
Hobson, M. K..
Hogarth, M. C. A..
Jones, Michael M..
Lafferty, Mur, and the Lulu vlog.
Mann, Laurie D. T..
McDonald, Steven E..
Moyer, Jaime Lee.
Murray, Paula Helm.
Philosopher At Large,
Simner, Janni Lee.
Wheatland Press. Short fiction
by Celia Marsh, Bruce Holland Rogers, Jenn Reese, Mikal Trimm, Jeremiah
Tolbert, Robert Freeman Wexler, M. K. Hobson, Heather Shaw, Robert Urell,
Ray Vukcevich, Michael Jasper, Tim Pratt, Greg van Eekhout, Robin Catesby,
Laura Anne Gilman, Darin C. Bradley, Ben Peek, Haddyar Copley-Woods, Richard
Wadholm, Josh Roundtree, Forrest Aguirre, David J. Schwartz, Jay Lake,
Steven Utley, and Lisa Tuttle.
Wyrdsmiths. Short fiction by
Eleanor Arnason, Douglas Hulick, Naomi Kritzer, Kelly Mccullough, Lyda
Morehouse, and Sean M. Murphy.
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