Woody Evans is an American librarian and author of short stories and nonfiction works, who is known for critical commentary on technology, technoculture, and transhumanism.[1][2][3] He has written for Rain Taxi, Boing Boing, Juked, Blunderbuss Magazine, was a Library Journal columnist in 2007, and is a frequent contributor to Information Today publications. His books and articles are referenced in Library and Information Science courses.[4]

Woody Evans
Born1977
Mississippi, United States
OccupationWriter, librarian
NationalityAmerican
Period1999–

Partial bibliographyEdit

FictionEdit

  • Bastard Sword. Split Lip Magazine, 2016.
  • Sirius Numb. Blunderbuss Magazine, 2016.
  • Pashtun Probs. Blip Magazine, 2012.
  • Eyes Only. TRNSFR, 2011
  • The Devil Plus Russians. Primal, 1999.

PoetryEdit

  • Locusts Throng the Corn. Tanka Journal, 2016
  • The Dowager's Goat. Haiku Journal, 2013
  • Buildup. Juked, 2004

NonfictionEdit

BooksEdit

  • Building Library 3.0. Chandos, 2009.
  • Information Dynamics in Virtual Worlds. Chandos, 2011
  • The Future We Deserve. (Contributor). 2011.[7]
  • Full list of works (?)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Posthuman Rights: Dimensions of Transhuman Worlds | Teknokultura. Revista de Cultura Digital y Movimientos Sociales" (in Spanish). Cite journal requires |journal= (help)
  2. ^ Articles published in The Journal of Evolution and Technology, Acceler8or, H+ Magazine [1], and others.
  3. ^ Evans, Woody (2016). "Cyberspace is the Child of the Industrial Age - Defining it as Independent is Nonsense". Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies.
  4. ^ Glyndwr University, Library & Information Practice Program
  5. ^ "Them Skulls".
  6. ^ "FreakAngels: Volumes 1-6".
  7. ^ "The Future We Deserve".

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