I’m a big Roger Zelazny fan, but I hadn’t read “24 Views of Mt. Fuji, by Hokusai” before now. No one writes quite like him, but if I had to compare him to a current author, I’d pick Neil Gaiman, since gods and myth find major roles in writings by both of them. […]
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Vernor Vinge is one of the best active practitioners of true Hard SF. He’s won four Hugo Awards, for the novels Marooned in Realtime (2003) and A Deepness in the Sky, and for the novellas “Fast Times at Fairmont High” (2002) and “The Cookie Monster” (2004).
“The Cookie Monster” is one of many modern SF […]