Cory Doctorow
Teen & Young Adult
With a Little Help
Free
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With a Little Help is Doctorow's first serious experiment in self-publishing. He's published many novels, short story collections, books of essays and so on with traditional publishers, with great success, but for "With a Little Help", he decided to try something new. Doctorow has always released his work under open licenses from the Creative Commons project, so that readers could share and remix the works. A good number of these readers wanted to know why he didn’t distribute the physical book as well, and see what a writer working on his own could do.



With a Little Help, consists of 12 stories, all reprints except for “Epoch,” which was commissioned by the Ubuntu project‘s Mark Shuttleworth for $10,000 (this being the most expensive option for buying the book).



Other formats, and materials about the experiment, including a financial report, are available from craphound.com.

Language
English
ISBN
Unknown
Table of Contents
Dedication:
Publication history
A note about typos and other errors
Introduction by Jonathan Coulton
The Things That Make Me Weak and Strange Get Engineered Away
The Right Book
Other People's Money
Scroogled
Human Readable
Liberation Spectrum
Power Punctuation!
Visit the Sins
Constitutional Crisis
Pester Power
Chicken Little
Epoch
I'm Only In It For the Money, by Russell Galen
Please donate
Acknowledgments
About the author
Typo corrections
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SiSU Metadata, document information
Manifest
SiSU Manifest, alternative outputs etc.
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