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Men Writing Science Fiction As Women by Mike Resnick
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Aug 05, 2011

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bookshelves: 2011-challenge
Read from August 01 to 05, 2011 — I own a copy , read count: 1

Its a book of sci-fi short stories written by authors I've never heard of.

"There were only two rules: first, the story had to be the first person of a woman, and second, if changing her from Victoria to Victor didn't invalidate the story, we didn't want it." - Mike Resnick, Introduction

It did have some good stories, a couple I really liked and others were ridiculously awful. It gave an insight as to how men see women when they have to write first person as a woman. I look forward to reading the companion book, 'Women Writing Science Fiction as Men.'

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08/04/2011 page 259
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