News Ticker Serializing Makers by Cory Doctorow has begun serializing Makers, Cory Doctorow’s upcoming novel, which goes on sale in November. The 81-part serialization runs through until January 2010.

Here’s Cory’s description:

Makers tells the story of a group of hardware hackers who fall in with microfinancing venture capitalists and reinvent the American economy after a total economic collapse, and who find themselves swimming with sharks, fighting with gangsters, and leading a band of global techno-revolutionaries. The first 50,000 words of Makers were serialized on Salon some years ago under the title Themepunks.

And here’s part 1.

Added fun: Each part comes with a color illustration that can assembled with other parts in multiple ways to form a larger picture.

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1 Comment on Serializing Makers by Cory Doctorow

  1. Looks promising, as long has he can leave the “magical realism” that ruined “Somebody Came to Town” for me out of it! Love the cover!

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