Interesting piece by the author of newly acclaimed Red Riding Quartet. Shame about the churlish:

“I want truth, honesty and sincerity in my work and the work of others. I don’t want to read a book that was written in order to purchase a faster car or a bigger house by someone who would be a science fiction writer if it paid better.”

As I noted on TTA Board, there’s obviously no truth, honesty or sincerity in SF according to this guy. Nice to know literary snobbery is alive and well and living in Tokyo.

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• March 13th, 2009 • Posted in General • Comments: 0