Literature (Shareable)

Creative works that are mainly text.

This page shows all shareable literature. For a list that only contains free, libre and open works, see Literature (Libre)


  • A Vessel For Offering'Hard boiled pseudo-Lovecraftian space noir with squishy (and doomed, of course) romantic bits.'
  • A Wind At The Window'A horror story concerning blasphemous marks in the snow of a Finnish winter, the college students it threatens, and the American veteran who may know more than he tells.'
  • AbulafiaA collection of random concept and word generators for story gamers.
  • Acts Of The Apostles'In 1990, hardware engineer Todd Griffith is shot after discovering a secret function in a computer chip. Years later, Todd’s best friend Nick stumbles onto a conspiracy involving nanomachines, mind control, Gulf War Syndrome and an insane Silicon Valley messiah.'
  • Beowulf: A TranslationA modern translation.
  • Biodigital'Biodigital is a novel, first published as an Ebook via, about a Silicon Valley tech genius/messiah and the quasi-religious cult of transhumanist computer designers and brain hackers who follow him.'
  • CaptiveA novel about an Al-Qaida agent under interrogation.
  • Dispatches from Wondermark Manor'[A] rollicking, absurd, completely ridiculous humor novel from the author of the celebrated comic strip “Wondermark."'
  • DscriptA new Roman script.
  • Eastern Standard TribeA book of the near future.
  • Emily Speaks'My attempt at grappling with issues of feminist dialectic in a short, entertaining fashion. Or, if you prefer, a story about a piece of software that turns loneliness into cash.'
  • Entropy Of Imagination'The inhabitants of this future Web reside in a closed system, where all possible experiences will soon be exhausted. The Web is winding down, falling into stasis. Here, Flatline is a brief infusion of novelty, bringing chaos to the system.'
  • Fantastique UnfetteredA magazine of short stories.
  • Ficly (Jenny Everywhere)Ficly microfiction about Jenny Everywhere.
  • Free as in FreedomA biography of free software guru Richard Stallman.
  • Free Software, Free SocietySelected essays of Richard Stallman.
  • Future of CopyrightA competition for fiction and non-fiction entries on copyright.
  • Future of Copyright 2.0A collection of fiction and non-fiction.
  • Green CometA sci-fi novel.
  • Hoborg'A dieselpunk novel with Spanish-created robot hobos in a balcanized America at the beginning of the XX century.' - that anyone can edit, fork and contribute to.
  • Icke'A sad story about a miserable kid and the perils of fish telepathy. Despite this flippant description, I consider this one of my more successful horror stories.'
  • In The Blindness Of The Glare'Part of the deal with the Ardwin ransom was that I agreed to write a story for ten of the $50+ donors. Each one got to dictate one element for inclusion. This is that story.'
  • Jenny EverywhereJenny Everywhere, aka the Shifter, is the world's first open source superhero.
  • Little BrotherA hacker, wrongly imprisoned, tries to take down the police state.
  • Machine of DeathThis book, unlike most others, started its life as an off­hand comment made by a bright green Tyrannosaurus rex.
  • Myths RetoldAn informal take on myth, legend and fairy tale.
  • OctobrianaA public doman, communist-era superhero.
  • Overclocked'Stories of the future present'
  • Pirate Cinema"Pirate Cinema successfully follows the same pattern as his previous YA novels, mixing an adventurous, whip smart young main character with a relevant socio-political theme and wrapping all of it in a fast-paced, entertaining story."
  • Poetics for CosmonautsA book.
  • Project NA light novel.
  • Regret, with Math'Winner of the 2008 Richard Eastman fiction prize, “Regret, With Math” is about a young man who studies the martial arts, or doesn’t, and who dates his former college buddy’'s ex- girlfriend, or doesn’t, and who gets in horrible, life altering trouble. Or possibly doesn’t. It’s also about parallel universe theory.'
  • RoadkillA short story by Leonard Kirke.
  • Shrimp'A realistic peek at people in a suburban American strip-mall dojo, complete with realistic divorce friction and realistic bleak memories.'
  • Solitudes & SilenceA novel set in the Theonosis setting.
  • Stick's AdventureNew Brothers Whim picturebook.
  • Superpower WikiA wiki that describes thousands of supernatural powers.
  • The Beggar's OperaAn 18th Century ballad opera.
  • The Collected Writings of Jeremy Kellerman Volume One'""The Jeremy Kellerman Blog!" was created in February of 2011 as an outlet for the writings of Michigan-based creative genius and self-help guru Jeremy Kellerman and his associates.'
  • The Enemy and How I Helped to Fight itA political satire about the situation that used to prevail in the Israeli-Lebanese boder.
  • The New Death and others'44 stories. 19 poems. No sparkly vampires. There’s a thin line between genius and insanity, and James Hutchings has just crossed it – but from which direction?'
  • The Open UtopiaAn open content take on Thomas More's Utopia.
  • The Ware TetralogySci-fi about human-cyborg relations.
  • These People Mean Nothing To Each Other'Four short pieces form something greater than the sum of their parts.'
  • They Say The Sirens Left The SeasPoems.
  • TingsA NaNoWriMo novel.
  • Two Things She Does With Her BodyReally, I think it’s better to read this without a lot of prologue and setup. //
  • Two-Fisted Tweets ● //'Thirty mostly humorous stories, including science fiction, fantasy, horror and romance. Each story is less than 140 characters long (the length of a Twitter tweet).'
  • Zero Sum Game'Deadly. Mercenary. Superhuman. Not your ordinary math geek.'

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