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Stephen Harrison

Attorney, journalist, and aspiring novelist. Covering Wikipedia and the internet knowledge ecosystem for Slate. More at stephenharrison.com
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Most Infopendium editors are volunteers. But billionaires & governments are paying hired gun editors to change the content of the web encyclopedia. On the cusp of a global pandemic, the editors must race to defend the truth against disinformation.
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If you haven't checked out INFODEMIC, give it a follow and read the sample chapters on Inkshares. Phase 1 of the Inkshares 2020 manuscript contest ends today! https://www.inkshares.com/books/infodemic
Most Infopendium editors are volunteers. But billionaires & governments are paying hired gun editors to change the content of the web encyclopedia. On the cusp of a global pandemic, the editors must race to defend the truth against disinformation.
The opening chapter places the reader in West Virginia and an Appalachian family's conflict. I am already a fan of the character of Mamaw Issa and her magical colloquialisms.
A West Virginia woman must use her grandmother’s Appalachian folk magic to save her ex from an opioid overdose.
Castle hooks the reader quickly with the premise: an alleged Near Earth Object, a bunker, a mysterious package. What would our leaders do if they thought an asteroid threatened to wipe out life on earth? Looking forward to reading more.
In 2045, the forests are burning, the oceans are rising, corruption is growing, and a group of scientists take matters into their own hands. This is their confession
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