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The Silver Wind – Nina Allan

Nina Allan, The Silver Wind. Eibonvale Press, 2011. Pp. 154. ISBN 978-1908125057. £6.99 Originally published on The Future Fire http://reviews.futurefire.net/2012/02/allan-silver-wind-2011.html Clocks, I venture to suggest, are the most unadorned form of story. Their inherent conflict between the precision rhythm of mechanism and … Continue reading

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A Matter Of Oaths

Had Helen Wright’s only published novel A Matter Of Oaths appeared a couple of years after its 1988 publication it might have been seen as a significant contributor to the early 90s British SF and in particular Space Opera resurgence.  Instead … Continue reading

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The Women of Solaris

Solaris Books are a relatively new British SF & F imprint whose output includes a number of anthology titles. In particular they have produced a series of flagship volumes proudly bearing their name. The Solaris Book Of New Science Fiction … Continue reading

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225 & Rising

Hey, you know that list of 150 Women SF Authors? Well it seems you knew a lot more than that… So I’ve added in your suggestions and the new list is here, with over 225 Names on it. What I … 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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