2013 Worlds Without End Women of Genre Fiction Reading Challenge discussion

General Discussion > 200 Significant Science Fiction Books by Women, 1984–2001

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message 1: by Karina (new)

Karina (karinargh) The New York Review of Science Fiction: 200 significant science fiction books by women 1984-2001 (David G. Hartwell)

I saw this linked in the sword and laser group, and figured it'd be relevant here aswell.

(This list makes plain why the WoGF challenge asks you to read 12 new and different authors, I think. Look at all those titles by just a handful of the same names!)

message 2: by Kara (new)

Kara (karaayako) Wow! You're right--if it weren't new authors, I'd probably just read more Ursula K. Le Guin & Margaret Atwood.

Still a fantastic list, Karina. Thanks so much for sharing.

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