Women and SF : Three Letters

July 2007
Country You Have Never Seen: Essays & Reviews;2007, p266
The article presents a note regarding an essay about women's science fiction published in the July 1980 issue of the journal "Science-Fiction Studies." A letter was written by the author in response to the essay. A second letter was written by Linda Keith in response to the first letter. A third letter was written in response to Keith's and is available in the book "To Write Like a Woman: Essays in Feminism and Science Fiction."


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