Little lost books

SF Signal (a very cool blog for those who want to keep a finger on the SF/F media pulse) posted a list of 10 Obscure But Superb SF Novels. I’ve read Wasp, but none of the others.

So many books fall between the cracks – good books, books that seem like secret treasures to those few who actually find and read them. Sometimes the author only had one good story inside him to tell. Other times the sales just didn’t support offering a second book contract, and the author either changed names or left writing. Death, of course, takes good writers before we’re ready for them to go. We, as writers, never want to think of our work slipping into obscurity that way, but it happens. Lots of reasons for books to fall by the wayside (especially if the changes Faith spoke of yesterday continue.) It’s good for writers to […]

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