Some of the best stories to come through NiTH have touched on the Cyberpunk genre. Here’s some of our favourites.
I went into a Credit Stop the other day. One thing about living off the grid, I don’t have ready access to bank accounts, things like that. I do a bit of work on the side, under some assumed identities. […]
I receive The Dead’s email newsletter and as usual there was some pretty far out stuff in it. If you don’t know about The Dead, they are a cult that believes the way to spiritual enlightenment is to take superhuman […]
Saw this advertisement in the classifieds: Hungry? Can’t afford to eat? Wish your Food printer still worked? Come down to Ralph’s Replicator Emporium, Harbourtown’s leading retailer of Food Replicators. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff can quickly and easily upgrade the […]
The Harbourtown Star did an exposé on recent gangland killings and their effect on investors. Collateral Financial Damage From Gang Killings by Yuki Strong Recent gangland killings have wiped out many of the smaller players in Harbourtown’s criminal underground. Not much […]
I’m not from here, it’s true. I left my home town when I was nine. My father was a drunk. My mother, she was a real smart lady. She worked with brains. Neuro-Linguistics, that’s what they call it. But when […]
In the suburbs of war-torn Wurrick, amongst bots and the bedraggled, detective Urban Der Kaye once again finds himself all too caught up in a case.
Keyes just wanted to finish her Reuben sandwich. Instead she’s off chasing low level drug pushers after the ultimate high.
There’s a trail, but it’s made of vomit and leads from the dead woman’s lips to the bathroom floor. Can Peak figure out who, and what, killed her?
Like most great fiction genres, Cyberpunk has its roots in novels and short stories. But there’s also a whole range of games with a Cyberpunk feel, a lot of them with rich worlds and storytelling on par with the best […]
I’ve been legally dead for twenty years.
There’s been a lot of talk about this guy, Jonny Khan. A big shot from out of town making waves. Look’s like he’s fitting right in with the corporate types in the SHINE. Here’s some snippets from media outlets. Take […]
Though it’s rare to see many new Cyberpunk novels these days, the genre enjoyed a purple patch in the 80s and 90s. Here’s our picks for 5 of the best cyberpunk books to read before you disconnect.
Mikey’s posted this on his news blog, it’s the least biased article I could find about the whole Calgetti/android thing. Supreme Court Rules Android Kidnapper Innocent By Mikel Hobar Harbourtown resident Tony Calgetti was acquitted of all kidnapping charges today […]
Saw this in the paper this morning. Nestled way back in the Tech Section of the Harbourtown Times. Strange things are afoot.
Strap on your brain augments and jack in. Cyberpunk Writing Punks to make Akira blush and Neo wish he’d taken the blue pill.
It’s a little things that count. Comfort from the melting rains, a holgram to replace that missing arm. Hell you can even feel the fingers tingling.
Stav’s got a job to do. He’s just a typical type of hero rescuing your typical type of damsel. Only she’s a week old and Stav’s carrying a pink gun.
Intellectual Theory or Feel-Good scam? Lydia Trethewey’s deft hand offers more than a subtle swipe in this near future fiction for the Gibson Bigend Contest.
A neurally enhanced cyber soldier tracks his target to a hospital. But will be be able to make the kill before the freezer virus wears off?
Taking your cues from the master of cyberpunk, write a flash fiction story that uses the unequal distribution of technology as a main theme or plot point.
In the dating game, it pays not the be born yesterday…