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Which sci-fi author would you like to meet?

Clive Maxfield
10/25/2012 03:32 PM EDT

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pmoyle111
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pmoyle111   11/1/2012 2:38:00 PM
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Tom Baker!

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kfield   11/1/2012 3:51:45 PM
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Neal was my second choice!

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kfield   11/1/2012 3:52:24 PM
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Have you read SImmons' "Song of Kali?" Absolutely the most frightening book I have ever read

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Max The Magnificent   11/1/2012 3:56:07 PM
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No -- but it's on my Wish List :-) Have you read "Carrion Comfort"?

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Clyde   11/1/2012 4:34:50 PM
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Hadn't heard about Jack Chalker. Another requiring a time machine would be Ray Bradbury. I'm seeing so many names here that I have forgotten that I read in the distant past. I think the Well of Souls would require a full season on TV. With the special effects available today it could be fantastic

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canuck23   11/1/2012 7:20:48 PM
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One of my favorite sci-fi novels of all time is "A Canticle for Leibowitz" by Walter Miller, Jr. Havig him speak may run ino the same problem as with Arthur C Clarke and Isaac Asimov, also two favorites. Or Orson Scott Card, Greg Bear, David Brin, Frank Herbert...

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sierra tango   11/5/2012 8:19:35 PM
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Clarke or Roddenberry

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