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  •  I can't vote in the pole. I don't know how to (7+ / 0-)

    chose.

    I think of least interest is "The Hobbit". Not because it isn't good, it's wonderful, but I've read the hell out of it.

    "The Skylark of Space" and "The Last Unicorn" would be interesting to me because I haven't read them.

    Ursula Le Guin is one of my favorite authors. I like to think I follow in her example, exploring more of the human, and perhaps not so human, connection than hardcore science fiction or fantasy in my own writing.

    And well, Bradbury is awesome too. It would be interesting to hear other viewpoints since often I feel like I miss something in his stories. Not big, important things, but rather like being color blind. I get the picture, but the hue seems washed at times.

    I am much too liberal to be a Democrat.

    by WiseFerret on Sun Nov 11, 2012 at 06:40:02 PM PST

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