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The Coyote Trilogy

The Coyote Trilogy

ByDon Elwell

The three plays of the Coyote Trilogy-- "Coyote," "Cyberpunk Opera," and "Dub for Babylon"--have their origins in the coffeehouses of Los Angeles in the late 1980's, particularly the infamous Iguana Cafe of North Hollywood. Oddly prophetic, the plays detail life, love, sex, and the question of identity in the early part of the 21st century, including the growth of virtual reality, the birth of intelligent computers, and the promise of literal immortality in the virtual world. They look foward from a time when the future was up for grabs, when neuromancers, master programmers, and artificial intelligences were just cresting the horizon, and when Cyberpunk began to ring the literary world like a bell. The Coyote Trilogy is presented for the first time here in amended form by the author, complete with photographs of the 2006 Grindlebone Theatre productions of "Cyberpunk Opera" and "Dub for Babylon"

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Publication Date
Oct 1, 2011
Language
English
Category
Fiction
Copyright
All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
Contributors
By (author): Don Elwell

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