Today, Infomocracy is Free to Download in Its Entirety

What if the next election was…different?

It’s been twenty years and two election cycles since Information, a powerful search engine monopoly, pioneered the switch from warring nation-states to global microdemocracy.

Malka Older’s novel Infomocracy, out from Tor.com Publishing this past June, asks how information overload and democratic elections will merge as the 21st century unfolds. Will facts matter? Will geography matter? The possibilities are intriguing and complex.

And they are free to download for a limited time, from now until the end of November 9th (EST).

For two days only, if you sign up for Tor.com Publishing’s monthly newsletter, they will send you the ebook edition of Infomocracy for free.

Want to know a little more about “infomocracy” first? Author, humanitarian worker, and governance Ph.D. candidate Malka Older explains how the idea of infomocracy emerged from her work around the world.

 

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