Ye Gods, I think I love this book already. I picked this up from my school library because I wanted to know just how much cyberpunk literature there was in these particular fields (feminism, cyborg culture, queer rights, etc.) and this is a really huge stepping stone into a little known/researched aspect of cyberpunk literature. This will likely help me while I'm going through my edits on my current YA project (just to see if I touch on some similar themes to some of the works mentioned in here).
I'll let you guys know how it goes overall, but I'm fascinated by the proposals, analysis, and potential reads that are likely to come out of this.