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MEN WRITING SCIENCE FICTION AS WOMEN by MARTIN H. GREENBERG (EDITOR)

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First came Women Writing Science Fiction as Men, which was a homage to the early days of the science fiction genre, when it was a given that the writers and their readers were men and any woman writing science fiction had to hide her true identity. Now, in this all-new collection of nineteen stories by top male writers, the men are getting a chance to see if they can meet the challenge of successfully writing as women.

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Men Writing Science Fiction As Women
by Martin H. Greenberg (Editor), Editor Mike Resnick

Daw Books
November 1, 2003
Available: November 4, 2003
ISBN #0756401658
EAN #9780756401658
320 pages
Paperback
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