Buku Fixi
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Cyberpunk as you've never seen it before… 

Science fiction is all about outrageous ideas. Nice Malay girls breaking the rules. Censorship. Brain drain. Moral policing. Migrant exploitation. All the stuff of fiction, obviously. 

But these 14 short stories take it one step further. The nice Malay girls are cyborgs. The spambots are people. The brains have drained into cyberspace, and the censorship is inside your head. 

Welcome to Cyberpunk: Malaysia.

(Contents in this ebook are exactly the same as the print version, just with a different cover.)


Underneath Her Tudung / Angeline Woon 

Codes / Anna Tan 

Personal / Sharmilla Ganesan 

Attack of The Spambots / Terence Toh 

ONE HUNDRED YEARS: Machine / Rafil Elyas 

What the Andromaid Reads at Night / Ted Mahsun 

KAKAK / William Tham Wai Liang 

The Wall That Wasn’t a Wall / Kris Williamson 

The Twins / Adiwijaya Iskandar 

October 11 / Chin Ai-May 

Undercover in Tanah Firdaus / Tina Isaacs 

Unusual Suspects / Tariq Kamal 

The White Mask / Zedeck Siew 

Extracts from DMZINE #13 (January 2115) / Foo Sek Han 

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Buku Fixi
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Jun 13, 2015
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