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December 15, 2017

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Here are some of our favorite science fiction writers and their works, representing a variety of different styles, along with some suggestions for further reading.

 

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Tales of the Dying Earth: The Dying Earth. The Eyes of the Overworld. Cugel's Saga. Rhialto the Marvellous

Tales of the Dying Earth: The Dying Earth. The Eyes of the Overworld. Cugel's Saga. Rhialto the Marvellous
Vance, Jack

Jack Vance wrote imaginative, lyrical and atmospheric stories set in a far-off future.Also try: Alfred Bester, C. J. Cherryh, Frank Herbert, Matthew Hughes, Fritz Leiber, Michael Moorcock, Dan Simmons, Sheri S. Tepper and Gene Wolfe.


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Beginnings

Beginnings

David Weber writes military science fiction featuring a strong female character named Honor Harrington. First in the series is "On Basilisk Station." Also try: Jack Campbell, David Drake, Eric Flint, Tanya Huff, Jean Johnson, Gini Koch, Jay Lake, Elizabeth Moon, John Ringo, Joel Shepherd and Mike Shepherd.


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Threshold: Volume 1 : the Collected Stories of Roger Zelazny

Threshold: Volume 1 : the Collected Stories of Roger Zelazny
Zelazny, Roger

Roger Zelazny wrote fast-paced science fiction and fantasy with robust characters, droll dialogue and thought-provoking concepts.Also try: Brian Wilson Aldiss, Poul Anderson, James Blish, David Gerrold, Nancy Kress, Michael D. Resnick, Robert Silverberg, Charles Stross and Kurt Vonnegut."


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