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WOMEN WRITING SCIENCE FICTION AS MEN by EDITOR MIKE RESNICK

Summary

They're not men. (But that won't stop them from writing SF like men.) That's the premise of this highly original collection of new short stories-written from the viewpoint of the opposite sex.

REVIEWS

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"Good anthology"
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted May 20, 2003

The title misled this reviewer and will probably do likewise for many readers who will believe that the collection consists of works by female authors using male pseudonyms. Instead, women with no gender disguises write the tales, but the lead character is supposed to be a man providing a male Read more...


"Solid science fiction"
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted May 3, 2004

The title misled this reviewer and will probably do likewise for many readers who will believe that the collection consists of works by female authors using male pseudonyms. Instead, women with no gender disguises write the tales, but the lead character is supposed to be a man providing a male Read more...


 

Women Writing Science Fiction As Men
by Editor Mike Resnick

Daw Books
June 3, 2003
ISBN #0756401488
320 pages
Paperback
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