Fantasy and science fiction community

I would be into this, certainly. I tend to move in a sort of tesseract bounded by Bradbury and Zelazny; Le Guin, McKillip, and MacAvoy; Wolfe and Eco; and motivated by the rhythms of Gary Snyder, Wallace Stevens, and Gerard Manley Hopkins.

I really hope to see more of you in this vein. I have been publishing in The Weekly Knob (as much as I publish anywhere) specifically for SF/Fantasy, and I highly recommend it, though it tends to reward very short pieces due to its [intentional] time constraints.

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