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Just blew through 3 books of Rosemary Kirstein's The Steerswoman, very good Aeryn Send a noteboard - 08/04/2014 04:38:13 PM

It's a fantasy but kinda like scifi. Some reviewers called it "an ode to the scientific method." I read 3 books in 2 days.

I already read Will McIntosh's Love Minus Eighty, the novel that grew out of the Hugo-nominated short story, very enjoyable.

I loved the recent scifi I read, Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie and God's War by Kameron Hurley (and the 2 sequels), and vN by Madeline Ashby (and its sequel).

What is some other recent scifi by women authors I can read?

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