Jo Walton (papersky) wrote,
Jo Walton

Welcome to International Pixel-Stained Technopeasant Day!

Today is Sant Jodi, when people in Catalonia give each other books and roses. It's also Shakespeare's birthday. And here it's International Pixel-Stained Technopeasant Day, the day when pixel-stained technopeasants everywhere are stretching and smiling and putting down their technotools to celebrate their existence by releasing their works into the wild, or at least the web. Here are some of the goodies:

Chaz Brenchley: White Tea For the Tillerman
Steven Brust: Achilles
Michael Canfield: Peas and Carrots & Think of a Pink Ship
Anna Feruglio Dal Dan: Me
Keith DiCandido: Wild Bill Got Shot
Debra Doyle and Jim Macdonald: The Queen's Mirror
Diane Duane: Parting Gifts
R. Emrys Gordon: Exposure Therapy
Lila Garrott: Memo Upon the Millenial
Naomi Kritzer: Masks
Dave Langford: Some Really Cool Stuff
Jay Lake
Sharon Lee & Steve Miller: Fledgling
Marissa Lingen: 7 a.m. Pacific Time
Marissa Lingen: Little Green Cure
Marissa Lingen: An Attack of Conscience
Marissa Lingen: Glass Wind
Marissa Lingen & Tim Cooper: Portrait of the Artist as a Young Boy (With Aliens)
Rachel Manija Brown: Teeter
Beth Meacham
Sarah Monette: The Watcher in the Corners
Emmet O'Brien: Timothy Leary's Head
Andrew Plotkin: A Terror in Flesh
Robert Reed: Wellsprings of Genius
Alter Reiss: Parricide
Madeline Robins
Janni Simner: Dragon Offerings
Sherwood Smith: Shevraeth in Marloven Hess
Charles Stross: Missile Gap
Catherynne M Valente
Jo Walton: Rebirth of Pan
Jo Walton: The Prize in the Game
Martha Wells: The Element of Fire
Edward Willett: Andy Nebula, Interstellar Rock Star
Sean Williams: Seventh Letter

Feel free to post links to your own stuff in comments -- I'd prefer SF and F stories, but if knitting patterns and filk and erotica and comics are what you have, then go ahead, as long as it's your own original work.

cheshyre has suggested that non-writers celebrate not only by an orgy of reading, but by posting about writers they've started reading because they discovered them online, which seems to me a splendid idea.

Have fun!
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