Woody Evans

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Woody Evans
Mississippi, United States
OccupationWriter, librarian

Woody Evans is an American librarian and author of short stories and nonfiction works, who is known for critical commentary on technology, technoculture, and transhumanism.[1][2][3] He has written for Rain Taxi, Boing Boing, Juked, Blunderbuss Magazine, was a Library Journal columnist in 2007, and is a frequent contributor to Information Today publications. His books and articles are referenced in Library and Information Science courses.[4]

Partial bibliography[edit]


  • Bastard Sword. Split Lip Magazine, 2016.
  • Sirius Numb. Blunderbuss Magazine, 2016.
  • Pashtun Probs. Blip Magazine, 2012.
  • Eyes Only. TRNSFR, 2011
  • The Devil Plus Russians. Primal, 1999.


  • Locusts Throng the Corn. Tanka Journal, 2016
  • The Dowager's Goat. Haiku Journal, 2013
  • Buildup. Juked, 2004



  • Building Library 3.0. Chandos, 2009.
  • Information Dynamics in Virtual Worlds. Chandos, 2011
  • The Future We Deserve. (Contributor). 2011.[7]
  • Full list of works (?)


  1. ^ "Posthuman Rights: Dimensions of Transhuman Worlds | Teknokultura. Revista de Cultura Digital y Movimientos Sociales" (in Spanish). Cite journal requires |journal= (help)
  2. ^ Articles published in The Journal of Evolution and Technology, Acceler8or, H+ Magazine [1], and others.
  3. ^ Evans, Woody (2016). "Cyberspace is the Child of the Industrial Age - Defining it as Independent is Nonsense". Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies.
  4. ^ Glyndwr University, Library & Information Practice Program
  5. ^ "Them Skulls".
  6. ^ "FreakAngels: Volumes 1-6".
  7. ^ "The Future We Deserve".

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