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My contributions to the RPG.net thread 101 Things to be Found in the Refrigerator (someone thought of "Girlfriend" really early):

Mild gruesomeness warning )

Why invade?

Aug. 7th, 2015 07:26 pm
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Ideas I had for the Why might aliens invade a planet thread at RPG.net, gathered in one place:

  • Tourism. They've heard about our freaky eclipses and have come to experience them themselves. Naturally, they can't be expected to rough it on a primitive world, so there will have to be some... development.


  • Political asylum. The 450 Angstrom faction are being actively suppressed by the 675 Angstrom faction, their rights ignored, their nurdflungs always deprillilated, forced to live in poverty and squalor, simply for their politico-religious beliefs. Since intercepting an old TV broadcast from 1936, they've realised that our otherwise primitive planet has people who share their sophisticated political viewpoint, and have come to seek asylum.


  • To sell us useless crap. Worse, dangerous useless crap. Hyperspace transports with inadequate hyperspace shielding; black hole powerplants not actually certified to be run on a planet's surface; industrial robots that can only be controlled via a buggy, alien operating system; synthetic pets that eat vermin and dust... and other pets, and children, and adults if they're allowed to grow too big, just like the owner's manual says in big infra-red letters on the first page, oh, you don't read Galactic-12? Genetic enhancements that have been pirated from the galaxy's biggest genetic engineering conglomerate, who have the galaxy's hungriest lawyers; universal translators that have an unfortunate tendency to translate what a person is thinking rather than saying; handguns powerful enough to stop a tank; grey goo; philosophies; pyramid schemes.


  • Refugees. Their planet has been invaded and defeated, so they've fled the invaders and washed up here.


  • Prophesy. The Galactic Messiah/Anti-Pope/CEO ("Is this translator podule working properly?") is coming, as They have been prophesied to for the last hundred thousand years, and Earth is currently the best fit for the vaguely-worded, badly translated, and frankly contradictory prophesies that have been circulating around the galaxy all that time. When They come, They will bring peace/plasma/an invoice to the Galaxy, and all shall praise/curse/pay Them.

    Of course, there are different factions that each regard all the others as heretics/heretics/differently-paradigmed, so we end up getting multiply invaded and re-invaded, until they realise that the Chosen One was probably Douglas Adams and they missed him, so now they have to find where he'll reincarnate next.


  • Eviction. This part of the spiral arm is owned by the Persean Co-Optive Planoforming Group, and this planet is due for redevelopment in the next millennium. H. sapiens is therefore illegally occupying said property and is hereby given notice to quit within the next century. Failure to comply will result in forcible removal, fines, and possible imprisonment. Additional penalties may be levied if the squatters have damaged the property either during the occupation or their removal.


  • Dolphins. Really, the invaders don't care about us, it's those cetacean hooligans they've had enough of.



Other people's ideas at the link.
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NPR's Top 100 Science-Fiction & Fantasy Books - How many have you read?

Only 59%! A sad showing for me, but this is a mixed SF & F list, and I've never been as strong a fantasy fan as SF. On the other hand, you couldn't force me to read some of the ones I've missed on this list, e.g. the Xanth series or CS Lewis' Space trilogy. (I tried to read Out of the Silent Planet in my teens, after the Narnia series, but I found it a hard slog, and gave up very quickly. As for Piers Anthony....)
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To-do list:
  1. Write To-do list


Edit: All right, I started so I'll carry on until I run out of steam:


  1. Write To-do list

  2. Do Laundry

  3. Get Prescription

  4. Get some breakfast cereal and milk

  5. Hang out Fiverr shingle

  6. Hang out RPG.net Pro forum shingle

  7. Find that Blade Runner Sketchbook and put it on ebay

  8. Try to remember what I was going to put in this slot

  9. Open post from the last month. Or burn it.

  10. Write to council about rent support

  11. Beg for money for Loncon on Gofundme

  12. Start Peter Cushing model

  13. Start Peter Capaldi model

  14. Fight the urge to blog "The king has goat's ears" post about famous molesters at UK sci-fi cons

  15. Get dressed [This should be higher up the list, probably]

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£5.81 in change
Fujifilm 512MB xD-Picture Card
Ethernet hub (unconnected)
2m audio lead (grey)
2m power lead (black, unconnected)
10 x wire cable ties
4 x 2.5" Elastoplasts (unused)
4 x medicine packets (empty)
Support bandage (boxed, unused)
Pair of white venetian-blind sunglasses
Two blocks of post-it notes
Purple post-it note with [redacted]'s email address
Box of velcro tape (black)
3m metal tape measure
4 x pairs of scissors
2 x rolls masking tape (white, black)
Small roll parcel tape (brown)
Small roll of Diamond cellotape
Thermometer
2 x Japanese peanut crackers
1 x large cashew nut
4 x fish-shaped sushi mini soy sauce containers (full)
3 x conkers
Piezo-electric insect bite anesthetizer
Drawing board clip
5 x HB pencils
7 x biros (black)
2 x Pentel (black)
4 x biros (blue)
5 x rubber bands
1 x 25mm lead figure (The Luggage)
Green plastic Trebor mints container, pod-shaped
2.5" CD (PC USB drivers)
4 x DVDs (The Battle of Britain, North by Northwest, Tales of Earthsea (unopened), From Russia with Love)
1 x game DVD (The Sims 3)
1 x program DVD (Diskwarrior)
2 x CD spindles (empty)
9 x paperback books (Dr Tatiana's Sex Advice to All Creation, The Aquariums of Pyongyang, OU Science Data Book, Rain of Iron and Ice, Volcanoes Earthquakes & Tsunami, Flashman on the March, Singularity Sky, HTML for the World Wide Web (2003), Designing Web Graphics)
Candle
2 x unsent invoices and attached purchase orders (2008)
2 x copies of Vogue
One half-bagful of assorted detritus

Author's note: This site has been unvisited for five years, and the site conditions (high heat and humidity, low visibility) hampered our search. But we were as thorough as can be expected, and yet can report only limited success. The Diskwarrior DVD was located, and the program run. However no sign of the 2" USB cable and dashboard adapter was found, and contrary to our recollection, the edition of Singularity Sky found was the early UK edition with the silver cover, not the one with the neat spaceship.
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Happy Newtonmas

Dear Sir Isaac,

I have been very good this year... well, fairly good... well, somewhat apathetic, really... Anyway, what I want for Newtonmas:
  • A pair of bifocals

  • DVDs of Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy — both TV and movie versions

  • A new seal for my freezer

  • An iPad 2, and a version of Safari for it that doesn't crash all the bloody time

  • The will to start writing, and carry on until I finish

  • Some neighbours who can solve the conundrum of shutting the front door properly

  • An injection of Keynesian economics into world politics, and a few point-one-percenters hung from lamp posts thrown in jail

  • The ConDem alliance to fall apart, and the Lib-Dems to find the principles they lost

  • Peace on Earth and in the firmament (especially for North Korea and neighbouring countries)
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Re-memed from nwhyte.

Ian Sales' list of British sf masterworks
Usual procedure for book memes: bold if I've read it, italics if I've started but haven't finished it, struck through if I couldn't stand it. Discussion welcome here but probably better directed to Ian Sales' post here (revised from his original list). Writers are listed from 1 to 55 but there are in fact 77 distinct works. Only six women out of 55, three writers from Northern Ireland, no books post-1995 (I suppose to be a 'masterwork' you need to have demonstrated longevity).


List behind the cut )

I don't have anything against Constantine's Wraethththu as such, it's just that I've read the review of the Wraethththu RPG on RPG.net, which has — possibly unfairly — set me up to dislike it in advance. I'll give it another decade or so.

I will read Desolation Road at some point, it's on my to-read pile.

Books I should read at some point: Pavane, A Clockwork Orange, The Alteration, SS-GB, Vurt.

TV meme

Jan. 24th, 2009 07:19 pm
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1. Empire Magazine's 50 Greatest TV Series Ever

1. Bold the shows you watch/used to watch.
2. Italicize the shows you've seen at least one episode of.
3. Underline the shows you own [at least one season] on DVD and/or VHS.
4. Post your answers.

50. Quantum Leap
49. Prison Break
48. Veronica Mars
47. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
46. Sex & The City
45. Farscape

44. Cracker
43. Star Trek
42. Only Fools and Horses
41. Band of Brothers
40. Life on Mars [1]
39. Monty Python
38. Curb Your Enthusiasm
37. Star Trek: The Next Generation
36. Father Ted

35. Alias [1]
34. Frasier
33. CSI Las Vegas
32. Babylon 5 [3]

31. Deadwood [2]
30. Dexter
29. ER
28. Fawlty Towers
27. Six Feet Under
26. Red Dwarf

25. Futurama
24. Twin Peaks
23. The Office
22. The Shield
21. Angel
20. Blackadder

19. Scrubs
18. Arrested Development
17. South park

16. Dr Who
15. Heroes

14. Firefly
13. Battlestar Galactica [2,4]
12. Family Guy
11. Seinfeld
10. Spaced
09. The X-Files

08. The Wire [2]
07. Friends
06. 24 [1]

05. Lost
04. The West Wing
03. The Sopranos
02. Buffy the Vampire Slayer
01. The Simpsons


[1] Watched the first series, but didn't manage the second
[2] Would have watched if it had appeared on terrestrial analogue TV, probably
[3] Recorded on VHS off the TV
[4] Assuming they mean the new series

Don't know that it doesn't need another distinction between stuff you watched religiously and stuff that you mostly watched. I never saw the last season of DS9 and Angel, for ex, and after seeing a few seasons of The Simpsons on BBC2 and then C4, I've given up watching.

TV meme

Jan. 24th, 2009 07:19 pm
nelc: (Default)
1. Empire Magazine's 50 Greatest TV Series Ever

1. Bold the shows you watch/used to watch.
2. Italicize the shows you've seen at least one episode of.
3. Underline the shows you own [at least one season] on DVD and/or VHS.
4. Post your answers.

50. Quantum Leap
49. Prison Break
48. Veronica Mars
47. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
46. Sex & The City
45. Farscape

44. Cracker
43. Star Trek
42. Only Fools and Horses
41. Band of Brothers
40. Life on Mars [1]
39. Monty Python
38. Curb Your Enthusiasm
37. Star Trek: The Next Generation
36. Father Ted

35. Alias [1]
34. Frasier
33. CSI Las Vegas
32. Babylon 5 [3]

31. Deadwood [2]
30. Dexter
29. ER
28. Fawlty Towers
27. Six Feet Under
26. Red Dwarf

25. Futurama
24. Twin Peaks
23. The Office
22. The Shield
21. Angel
20. Blackadder

19. Scrubs
18. Arrested Development
17. South park

16. Dr Who
15. Heroes

14. Firefly
13. Battlestar Galactica [2,4]
12. Family Guy
11. Seinfeld
10. Spaced
09. The X-Files

08. The Wire [2]
07. Friends
06. 24 [1]

05. Lost
04. The West Wing
03. The Sopranos
02. Buffy the Vampire Slayer
01. The Simpsons


[1] Watched the first series, but didn't manage the second
[2] Would have watched if it had appeared on terrestrial analogue TV, probably
[3] Recorded on VHS off the TV
[4] Assuming they mean the new series

Don't know that it doesn't need another distinction between stuff you watched religiously and stuff that you mostly watched. I never saw the last season of DS9 and Angel, for ex, and after seeing a few seasons of The Simpsons on BBC2 and then C4, I've given up watching.
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From Denvention, by way of Torque Control and [livejournal.com profile] james_nicoll. Ones I've read in bold:

* The Culture Novels, Iain M Banks (starting 1987)
* The Hyperion Cantos, Dan Simmons (starting 1989)

* Grass, Sherri S Tepper (1989)
* The Aleutian Trilogy, Gwyneth Jones (starting 1991)
* The Mars Trilogy, Kim Stanley Robinson (starting 1992)
* Snow Crash, Neal Stephenson (1992)

* The Flower Cities sequence, Kathleen Ann Goonan (starting 1994)
* Fairyland, Paul McAuley (1996)
* Diaspora, Greg Egan (1997)
* Revelation Space, Alastair Reynolds (2000)

* The Arabesks, Jon Courtenay Grimwood (starting 2000)
* Light, M John Harrison (2002)
* Stories of Your Life and Others, Ted Chiang (2002)
* Evolution, Stephen Baxter (2003)
* Pattern Recognition, William Gibson (2003)
* Cloud Atlas, David Mitchell (2004)
* Air, Geoff Ryman (2004)
* River of Gods, Ian McDonald (2004)
* Accelerando, Charles Stross (2005)
* Spin, Robert Charles Wilson (2005)


A couple I've never heard of, there; a few I'll have to read; and one I've read and can't remember anything about. I liked the ones I did read, though a couple I wonder why they're so essential.
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From Denvention, by way of Torque Control and [livejournal.com profile] james_nicoll. Ones I've read in bold:

* The Culture Novels, Iain M Banks (starting 1987)
* The Hyperion Cantos, Dan Simmons (starting 1989)

* Grass, Sherri S Tepper (1989)
* The Aleutian Trilogy, Gwyneth Jones (starting 1991)
* The Mars Trilogy, Kim Stanley Robinson (starting 1992)
* Snow Crash, Neal Stephenson (1992)

* The Flower Cities sequence, Kathleen Ann Goonan (starting 1994)
* Fairyland, Paul McAuley (1996)
* Diaspora, Greg Egan (1997)
* Revelation Space, Alastair Reynolds (2000)

* The Arabesks, Jon Courtenay Grimwood (starting 2000)
* Light, M John Harrison (2002)
* Stories of Your Life and Others, Ted Chiang (2002)
* Evolution, Stephen Baxter (2003)
* Pattern Recognition, William Gibson (2003)
* Cloud Atlas, David Mitchell (2004)
* Air, Geoff Ryman (2004)
* River of Gods, Ian McDonald (2004)
* Accelerando, Charles Stross (2005)
* Spin, Robert Charles Wilson (2005)


A couple I've never heard of, there; a few I'll have to read; and one I've read and can't remember anything about. I liked the ones I did read, though a couple I wonder why they're so essential.
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Infected by ffutures.

The following is a list of Hugo, Nebula and World Fantasy Award winning novels (not including retro-Hugos)
Bold the ones you’ve finished
Italicise the ones you’ve started but not finished
Underline the ones were you’ve seen the film/tv show

...And Call Me Conrad (aka: This Immortal) by Roger Zelazny
A Canticle for Leibowitz by Walter M. Miller, Jr.
A Case of Conscience by James Blish
A Deepness in the Sky by Vernor Vinge
A Fire Upon the Deep by Vernor Vinge
American Gods by Neil Gaiman

The Antelope Wife by Louise Erdrich
Ash: A Secret History by Mary Gentle
Barrayar by Lois McMaster Bujold
Bid Time Return by Richard Matheson
The Big Time by Fritz Leiber
Blue Mars by Kim Stanley Robinson

Boy’s Life by Robert R. McCammon
Bridge of Birds by Barry Hughart
The Children’s War by J. N. Stroyar
Collaborator by Murray Davies
Cyteen by C. J. Cherryh
Declare by Tim Powers
The Demolished Man by Alfred Bester
The Diamond Age by Neal Stephenson
The Dispossessed by Ursula K. Le Guin

Doctor Rat by William Kotzwinkle
Doomsday Book by Connie Willis
Double Star by Robert A. Heinlein
Downbelow Station by C. J. Cherryh
The Dragon Waiting by John M. Ford
Dreamsnake by Vonda McIntyre
Dune by Frank Herbert
Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card

The Facts of Life by Graham Joyce
The Family Trade, The Hidden Family and The Clan Corporate by Charles Stross
Forever Peace by Joe Haldeman
The Forever War by Joe Haldeman

The Forgotten Beasts of Eld by Patricia A. McKillip
Foundation’s Edge by Isaac Asimov
The Fountains of Paradise by Arthur C. Clarke

Galveston by Sean Stewart
Gateway by Frederik Pohl
Glimpses by Lewis Shiner
Gloriana by Michael Moorcock
Godmother Night by Rachel Pollack
The Gods Themselves by Isaac Asimov
Green Mars by Kim Stanley Robinson
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J.K. Rowling

Here Gather the Stars (aka: Way Station) by Clifford D. Simak
Hominids by Robert J. Sawyer
How Few Remain by Harry Turtledove
Hyperion by Dan Simmons
Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell by Susanna Clarke

Kafka on the Shore by Haruki Murakami
Koko by Peter Straub
Last Call by Tim Powers
The Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula K. Le Guin
Little, Big by John Crowley
Lord of Light by Roger Zelazny

Lyonesse: Madouc by Jack Vance
Making History by Stephen Fry
The Man in the High Castle by Philip K. Dick

Mirror Dance by Lois McMaster Bujold
The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress by Robert A. Heinlein
Mythago Wood by Robert Holdstock
Neuromancer by William Gibson
Nifft the Lean by Michael Shea
Ombria in Shadow by Patricia A. McKillip
Only Begotten Daughter by James Morrow
The Other Wind by Ursula K. Le Guin
Our Lady of Darkness by Fritz Leiber
Paladin of Souls by Lois McMaster Bujold
Pasquale’s Angel by Paul J. McAuley
Perfume by Patrick Suskind
The Physiognomy by Jeffrey Ford
The Plot Against America by Philip Roth
The Prestige by Christopher Priest
Rainbows End by Vernor Vinge
Rendezvous with Rama by Arthur C. Clarke

Replay by Ken Grimwood
Resurrection Day by Brendan DuBois
Ringworld by Larry Niven
Ruled Britannia by Harry Turtledove
The Severed Wing by Martin J. Gidron
The Shadow of the Torturer by Gene Wolfe
The Snow Queen by Joan D. Vinge
Soldier of Sidon by Gene Wolfe

Song of Kali by Dan Simmons
Speaker for the Dead by Orson Scott Card
Spin by Robert Charles Wilson
Stand on Zanzibar by John Brunner
Starship Troopers by Robert A. Heinlein
Startide Rising by David Brin
Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert A. Heinlein

The Summer Isles by Ian R. MacLeod
They’d Rather Be Right (aka: The Forever Machine) by Mark Clifton and Frank Riley
Thomas the Rhymer by Ellen Kushner
Thraxas by Martin Scott
To Say Nothing of the Dog by Connie Willis
To Your Scattered Bodies Go by Philip José Farmer

Tooth and Claw by Jo Walton
Towing Jehovah by James Morrow
The Uplift War by David Brin
The Vor Game by Lois McMaster Bujold
Voyage by Stephen Baxter
The Wanderer by Fritz Leiber
Watchtower by Elizabeth A. Lynn
Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang by Kate Wilhelm


Overall, a satisfying amount of bold. Some big gaps from not being a great fantasy fan, I think. Couple of books on the list that are actually on my to-read pile (The Prestige & Song of Kali), and a few books on my imaginary books-I-really-should-get-round-to-reading-one-day pile (Lyonesse, Mythago Wood, Declare, Kafka On The Shore, anything by Lois McMaster Bujold).

Edit: Not truly obvious what's bold and what's not in reversed-out Verdana. I'll try a different font.... There, that list should show up in Georgia or Times now. Edit2: No, it doesn't. I probably have to do something to the stylesheet, if only I could remember where it is, and what I should do to it....
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Infected by ffutures.

The following is a list of Hugo, Nebula and World Fantasy Award winning novels (not including retro-Hugos)
Bold the ones you’ve finished
Italicise the ones you’ve started but not finished
Underline the ones were you’ve seen the film/tv show

...And Call Me Conrad (aka: This Immortal) by Roger Zelazny
A Canticle for Leibowitz by Walter M. Miller, Jr.
A Case of Conscience by James Blish
A Deepness in the Sky by Vernor Vinge
A Fire Upon the Deep by Vernor Vinge
American Gods by Neil Gaiman

The Antelope Wife by Louise Erdrich
Ash: A Secret History by Mary Gentle
Barrayar by Lois McMaster Bujold
Bid Time Return by Richard Matheson
The Big Time by Fritz Leiber
Blue Mars by Kim Stanley Robinson

Boy’s Life by Robert R. McCammon
Bridge of Birds by Barry Hughart
The Children’s War by J. N. Stroyar
Collaborator by Murray Davies
Cyteen by C. J. Cherryh
Declare by Tim Powers
The Demolished Man by Alfred Bester
The Diamond Age by Neal Stephenson
The Dispossessed by Ursula K. Le Guin

Doctor Rat by William Kotzwinkle
Doomsday Book by Connie Willis
Double Star by Robert A. Heinlein
Downbelow Station by C. J. Cherryh
The Dragon Waiting by John M. Ford
Dreamsnake by Vonda McIntyre
Dune by Frank Herbert
Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card

The Facts of Life by Graham Joyce
The Family Trade, The Hidden Family and The Clan Corporate by Charles Stross
Forever Peace by Joe Haldeman
The Forever War by Joe Haldeman

The Forgotten Beasts of Eld by Patricia A. McKillip
Foundation’s Edge by Isaac Asimov
The Fountains of Paradise by Arthur C. Clarke

Galveston by Sean Stewart
Gateway by Frederik Pohl
Glimpses by Lewis Shiner
Gloriana by Michael Moorcock
Godmother Night by Rachel Pollack
The Gods Themselves by Isaac Asimov
Green Mars by Kim Stanley Robinson
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J.K. Rowling

Here Gather the Stars (aka: Way Station) by Clifford D. Simak
Hominids by Robert J. Sawyer
How Few Remain by Harry Turtledove
Hyperion by Dan Simmons
Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell by Susanna Clarke

Kafka on the Shore by Haruki Murakami
Koko by Peter Straub
Last Call by Tim Powers
The Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula K. Le Guin
Little, Big by John Crowley
Lord of Light by Roger Zelazny

Lyonesse: Madouc by Jack Vance
Making History by Stephen Fry
The Man in the High Castle by Philip K. Dick

Mirror Dance by Lois McMaster Bujold
The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress by Robert A. Heinlein
Mythago Wood by Robert Holdstock
Neuromancer by William Gibson
Nifft the Lean by Michael Shea
Ombria in Shadow by Patricia A. McKillip
Only Begotten Daughter by James Morrow
The Other Wind by Ursula K. Le Guin
Our Lady of Darkness by Fritz Leiber
Paladin of Souls by Lois McMaster Bujold
Pasquale’s Angel by Paul J. McAuley
Perfume by Patrick Suskind
The Physiognomy by Jeffrey Ford
The Plot Against America by Philip Roth
The Prestige by Christopher Priest
Rainbows End by Vernor Vinge
Rendezvous with Rama by Arthur C. Clarke

Replay by Ken Grimwood
Resurrection Day by Brendan DuBois
Ringworld by Larry Niven
Ruled Britannia by Harry Turtledove
The Severed Wing by Martin J. Gidron
The Shadow of the Torturer by Gene Wolfe
The Snow Queen by Joan D. Vinge
Soldier of Sidon by Gene Wolfe

Song of Kali by Dan Simmons
Speaker for the Dead by Orson Scott Card
Spin by Robert Charles Wilson
Stand on Zanzibar by John Brunner
Starship Troopers by Robert A. Heinlein
Startide Rising by David Brin
Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert A. Heinlein

The Summer Isles by Ian R. MacLeod
They’d Rather Be Right (aka: The Forever Machine) by Mark Clifton and Frank Riley
Thomas the Rhymer by Ellen Kushner
Thraxas by Martin Scott
To Say Nothing of the Dog by Connie Willis
To Your Scattered Bodies Go by Philip José Farmer

Tooth and Claw by Jo Walton
Towing Jehovah by James Morrow
The Uplift War by David Brin
The Vor Game by Lois McMaster Bujold
Voyage by Stephen Baxter
The Wanderer by Fritz Leiber
Watchtower by Elizabeth A. Lynn
Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang by Kate Wilhelm


Overall, a satisfying amount of bold. Some big gaps from not being a great fantasy fan, I think. Couple of books on the list that are actually on my to-read pile (The Prestige & Song of Kali), and a few books on my imaginary books-I-really-should-get-round-to-reading-one-day pile (Lyonesse, Mythago Wood, Declare, Kafka On The Shore, anything by Lois McMaster Bujold).

Edit: Not truly obvious what's bold and what's not in reversed-out Verdana. I'll try a different font.... There, that list should show up in Georgia or Times now. Edit2: No, it doesn't. I probably have to do something to the stylesheet, if only I could remember where it is, and what I should do to it....

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