More reviews

Continuing our theme of shameless self-promotion, here are further laudatory reviews:

Orson Scott Card (he also brings up a general problem with citations, which is that the stated author of a work is assumed to have actually written every word quoted, which is not necessarily true–it’s a frequent complaint of authors that editors change their text, and some SF magazine editors were apparently notorious for it–but I know of no practical way around it; in addition, the point of listing an author is both to give credit and to allow readers to locate the source text, which becomes harder if no author is given)

Seattle Times

And the Times itself. Now that I’ve achieved such notoriety, I’m going to retire to Dover and keep cat macros.

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