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A Reading Life

Miéville maps out new territory in fantastic fiction

By James Sallis
November 6, 2005

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The field of science fiction and fantasy is blessed with an extraordinary pool, an abundance, of talent. Fine new writers like Ted Chiang, K. J. Bishop, and Richard K. Morgan parachute in regularly, joining the ranks of such as Ursula Le Guin, Gene Wolfe, and Neal Barrett Jr. Then every so often there comes along a new writer -- someone ... (Full article: 826 words)

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