[LMB] Lois as a 'Heinleinian' writer

John Lennard john.c.lennard at gmail.com
Sat Aug 17 18:53:11 BST 2019

Gordon: A panellist referred to a recently released
biography of Robert Heinlein written by Farah Mendelsohn.

John: NB: Farah Mendelsohn is married to  Edward James, who wrote a
monograph on Lois published a year or two back, so there's likely to be
some crossover.

On the one occasion I've met them at any length, at the one-day Lois Con in
Cambridge in 2014, I can't say I found either especially persuasive in
their analyses.

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