By Gwyneth Jones

The subject material of this assortment is diverse, yet screens Jones' stance as a working towards SF author and a feminist; the writing is characterized by way of either an incisive engagement with the texts and a refusal to decorate that engagement in jargon. This very readable publication offers perception into the paintings of 1 of our best writers and offers robust occasionally even subversive perspectives of various smooth SF and fantasy.

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