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    From: aharlib@earthlink.net 1. Name: Amy 2. Location: New York City 3. Nickname/ Alias: 4. Favorite Speculative Fiction Genres: SF & F and graphic
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 16, 2002
      From: aharlib@...

      1. Name: Amy
      2. Location: New York City
      3. Nickname/ Alias:
      4. Favorite Speculative Fiction Genres: SF & F and graphic novels
      of same
      5. Favorite Speculative Fiction Books: too many to list
      6. Favorite Speculative Fiction Authors: Samuel Delany, Octavia
      Stephen Barnes, Charles Saunders, Nalo Hopkinson, Andre Norton, Jack
      China Mieville, C.J. Cherryh, Tanith Lee, Charles de Lint, Michael
      Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, Sheri Tepper, Diana Wynne Jones, James Schmitz,
      Barbara Hambly, Fritz Leiber, Judith Tarr, Louise Cooper, Patricia
      Joan Vinge, James White, Charles Stross, Roger Zelazny, Gregory
      Greg Bear, David Brin, Ursula le Guin, Jo Clayton, P. C. Hodgell,
      Lichtenberg and more!
      7. Favorite Speculative Fiction Characters: All the characters
      from The
      Witches of Karres by James Schmitz, Olamina from Parable of the Sower
      Parable of the Talent, Imaro from Charles Sauners' Imaro trilogy,
      Elric from
      Moorcock's books, Fafhrd and the Grey Mouser from Leiber's books,
      Jaime from
      Hodgell's Kencyrath books and more!
      8. Favorite Speculative Fiction Film or TV Adaptation of a Book:
      The Lathe
      of Heaven (1980), Dune directed by David Lynch, Planet of the Apes
      and new), 2002: A Space Odyssey, Bladerunner, Spider-man (do comic
      count?), The Time Machine directed by George Pal, The Fellowship of
      Ring, Harry Potter and the Sorceror's Stone (do those last 2 count or
      because they are fantasy?)
      9. Topics of importance to you: Cultural, racial, sexual diversity
      complex world building in speculative fiction
      10. Your views on how people of color are depicted in Speculative
      Recently, my favorite writers (see above) have made great strides in
      featuring believable people of color in their fiction but much more
      can be
      11. Your own published works, if any:
      Co author of Martial Arts Movies: from Bruce Lee to the Ninjas with
      Meyers and Bill and Karen Palmer.
      See my book, film and graphic novel reviews at: rambles.net,
      simegen.com, sequentialtart.com, diversebooks.com, diversedvd.com,
      and The
      Blue Iris Journal).
      12. Your web site: I write for the websites just listed.
      13. Your Speculative Fiction Pet Peeves: too many media tie-ins
      out original work on store bookshelves.
      14. Memberships in science fiction clubs: lots of Yahoo genre
      15. Anything else you think is important:
      Open, questing, inquiring minds, educating people to be tolerant of
      diversity in all forms, preserving and conserving the environment and
      exploring space to reach the stars.
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