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Giveaway: Upgraded

upgradedCyborgs are awesome. We all know it. So why wouldn’t you want to read about them? Don’t answer that, it’s a trick question. Because I’m a nice person, I want to enable your desire to read about cyborgs. To that end, I’m giving away a copy of Upgraded, an anthology filled with stories by the likes of Elizabeth Bear, Tobias S. Buckell, Ken Liu, Rachel Swirsky, and Benjanun Sriduangkaew, among others. It’s about cyborgs and it’s edited by a cyborg, namely Neil Clarke, of Clarkesworld fame. Should you need more convincing, the entire ToC is available here.

I had hoped to come up with some sort of super-clever and thematically relevant contest, but as it turns out, I’m not a clever person. So… If you want to win a copy of Upgraded, comment on this post and tell me why you think cyborgs are awesome. Or, if you’re anti-cyborg, tell me why they’re not awesome. Or, if you’re not into explaining yourself and think I should mind my own damned business, leave a cyborg-neutral comment. The winner will be chosen by a random number generator, or maybe my corgi, so your pro, anti, or indifferent cyborg stance will not impact your chance of winning.

The contest will be open until September 30, 2014, why not.

ETA: The random number generator has decreed musingaloud, who commented over on LJ, to be the winner. Thank you everyone for your fabulous comments, and congratulations, Pam!


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