Books by Ellen Ullman

LIFE IN CODE by Ellen Ullman
Released: Aug. 8, 2017

"What Anthony Bourdain did for chefs, Ullman does for computer geeks. A fine rejoinder and update to Doug Coupland's Microserfs and of great interest to any computer user."
A sharply written, politically charged memoir of life in the data trenches by computer pioneer Ullman (By Blood, 2012, etc.). Read full book review >
BY BLOOD by Ellen Ullman
Released: March 6, 2012

"A first-rate literary thriller of compelling psychological and philosophical depth."
After two well-received books suggested that the author was a great writer for a computer programmer, she makes a big leap here, with a rich, taut, psychologically nuanced novel that has nothing to do with computers. Read full book review >
THE BUG by Ellen Ullman
Released: May 1, 2003

"Not for the faint of mind, but a forceful testament to the uphill struggle of pioneer programmers."
A blistering drama about love, hate, and psychopathy. Read full book review >