dbernat at gol.com
Fri Oct 8 00:54:14 BST 2021
Elizabeth Holden wrote:
> Any writer who is not American. Or any writer who is an immigrant or
> aboriginal. Or writers who have studied other cultures, or who have
> outside the U.S. for long enough to observe and understand another
> Or writers who are dealing with different subcultures within the U.S.
> This is not necessarily a goal for American SF writers to pursue, but
> it's chosen as a goal, it's not particularly inaccessible.
It could happen a lot more than it does. Even self-publishing on Kindle
hasn't boosted the numbers much.
> This got me thinking about British and Canadian SF, and reflecting that
> can't think of any SF from Australia or New Zealand. Can anyone point
> me to
> NZ/Australian SF authors? I can think of NZ fantasy authors I've read
> (Elizabeth Knox being a favourite), but SF?
Nevil Shute wrote some SF.
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