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Sibyl Sue Blue

Amongst the ranks of near-forgotten women SF writers Rosel George Brown is one of the least remembered.  Prior to her untimely death aged 41 in 1967 she published one collection of interesting if unspectacular short stories and this novel.  A … Continue reading

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Faces – Leigh Kennedy (1986)

Leigh Kennedy began her career with stories in Analog and Universe, but you might not guess that from this collection. Half the ten short stories here are fantastic, but most share a subtlety whereby the genre aspects are not foregrounded. … Continue reading

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The Women Men Do See?

I’ve been thinking about that supposed truism that Men Don’t Read Books by Women, and wondering where it comes from.  More to the point, how true is it and does it become self-fulfilling prophecy if publishers take it as a … Continue reading

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Queen Of The States

Over at torque control Niall is looking at the best SF by women over the past decade.  I sent my votes, but also thought I’d look at a few older neglected books and stories. Queen of the States was Josephine … Continue reading

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