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Rudy Rucker


(Rudolf von Bitter Rucker)
USA flag (b.1946)

Rudy Rucker is a world-class mathematician and two-time winner of the Philip K. Dick Award. He is the author of the cyberpunk classics Software, Wetware and Freeware, as well as numerous other novels, including The Hollow Earth and The Hacker and the Ants. in addition to writing sf and popular mathematics books, he teaches computer science at San Jose State University in California and has co-authored a number of software programs, including an adaptation of James Gleick's Chaos and, more recently, a freeware flicker-cladding simulator known as CAPOW! He lives in Los Gatos, California.

Genres: Science Fiction
 
Series
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Postsingular
1. Postsingular (2007)
2. Hylozoic (2009)
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Outspoken Authors
Surfing the Gnarl (2012)
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Rudy Rucker recommends
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The Enigmatic Pilot (2011)
Kris Saknussemm
"A tapestry of wonders, a new American myth."
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Tuskers II: Day of the Long Pig (2015)
(Wild Pig Apocalypse, book 2)
Duncan McGeary
"Pure Pleasure. Superintelligent wild pigs on a rampage. The world needed this book."
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The Big Get-Even (2018)
Paul Di Filippo
"The Big Get-Even is a smooth-running Swiss watch, compulsively readable and spiked with wry wit. You cheer the motley characters every step of the way to the H-bomb climax. As Di Filippo would say: It's a puzzle wrapped in a mind-f*ck inside a Secret Santa present. Raymond Chandler would love this book."

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