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  • Open Source Storywriting

    Hey libertarian community. I am trying to organize an effort to create an open source work of fiction (maybe a novel) in an open source enviornment. If anyone is interested, please contact me.
    Posted to General (Forum) by GregSun on Fri, May 3 2013
  • Question about Publishing from an aspiring author...

    I am working on a children's novel which I intend to self-publish under a creative comons - attribution only license. Thanks to Jeff Tucker and Stephan Kinsella, I'm no believer in intellectual property rights. I was wondering if anyone in the mises.org community has any first- or second-hand...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Andy Hollums on Sun, Oct 21 2012
  • Re: Author Chat with author of Withur We

    Hey guys, the author chat is starting in about 15 minutes. We've got the Hangout open if you want to join us early. http://prometheus-unbound.org/authorchatevent https://plus.google.com/u/0/101825974688375348201/ https://plus.google.com/u/0/101825974688375348201/posts/BNNuavbAKch
    Posted to General (Forum) by Geoffrey Allan Plauché on Sun, Aug 26 2012
  • Writing Group

    Some of you may know me as the founder and editor of Prometheus Unbound: A Libertarian Review of Fiction and Literature . I'm a big fan of science fiction and fantasy in several mediums. I started Prometheus Unbound in part because of that interest and because I want to promote fiction with libertarian...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Geoffrey Allan Plauché on Sat, Jun 4 2011
  • What Gordon Gecko Really Said

    Gordon Gecko is reputed to have said "Greed is good." What should he have said? What could he have said?
    Posted to General (Forum) by David Rogers on Thu, May 26 2011
  • Prometheus Unbound: A Libertarian Review of Fiction and Literature

    A few months ago I launched a free online "magazine" that might be of interest to fellow Austro-Libertarians here, featuring news and reviews of fiction and literature from a libertarian perspective. We've got a little over 30 posts so far, including reviews of Sagramanda, Transformers...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Geoffrey Allan Plauché on Tue, Feb 1 2011
  • Re: Free download of my libertarian book, Withur We!

    " I'd also send info to Geoffery Allan Plauche, he used frequent these forums and is now a lecturer; he also set up a forum dedicated to libertarian sci-fi." The phpBB forum is dead unfortunately. It never reached critical mass. But a few months back I started a new project that doesn't...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Geoffrey Allan Plauché on Tue, Feb 1 2011
  • Best Fiction (Books or Movies) With a Theme of Freedom

    I feel like this could end up being a fun post. I still haven't read Atlas Shrugged, but I've heard from everyone that it's a great book and promotes the free market. What are some other good books and movies that support the idea of a free society. Only fiction, please. However, if you know...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Brian LaSorsa on Sat, Jun 26 2010
  • Re: Libertarian Fiction

    [quote user="Jonathan M. F. Catalán"] Before I went into high school (a long time ago) I read a lot of fiction. My father used to pay me per page that I read as a way of motivating me to read, and it's one of the reasons why I can write in English as well as I can (well, relative...
    Posted to General (Forum) by onebornfree on Tue, May 11 2010
  • Everywhere In Chains

    I'm new to this forum, but I don't plan on staying for very long. I've just come to introduce my blogel (blogged novel, if you didn't know). I'm calling it " Everywhere in Chains ", after the infamous Rousseau quote, "Man is born free, but he is everywhere in chains...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Tiberius on Sun, Aug 30 2009
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