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ANNE BALSAMO
teaches courses in science, technology, and culture
at Georgia Institute of Technology. She is working on a book called
Techno/aBies of the Gendered Body, to be published by Duke Univer-
sity Press.
GARETH BRANWYN
is the senior editor of the fringe culture 'zine
bOING-bOING. His writing has appeared in Mondo 2000, The Futur-
ist, Wired, the Whole Earth Review, and the Utne Reader. He is the
cocreator and editor of Beyond Cyberpunk, a Mac-based electronic
compendium of essays and esoterica pertaining to cyberculture.
SCOTT BUKATMAN
teaches in the Department of Cinema Studies at
New York University. His book, Terminal Identity: The Virtual Subject
in Postmodern Science Fiction, was published in 1993. In his prime,
he typed
70
wpm.
PAT CADIGAN
has written several books besides Synners (1991), which
won the Arthur C. Clarke Award in Great Britain, including Mind-
players (1989), Fools (1992), Patterns, and Home by the Sea.
GARY CHAPMAN
is coordinator of the 21st Century Project, a national
campaign to redirect government science and technology policy in
the post-Cold War era. He was executive director of Computer Pro-
fessionals for Social Responsibility from 1985 to 1991.
ERIK DAVIS
writes regularly about television, spirituality, subcultures,
music, and technology for the VillaBe Voice, Details, Spin, and Gno-
sis. He has also contributed to The Nation, LinBua Franca, RollinB
Stone, and the LA Weekly. He has given numerous talks on Gnosti-
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