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Categorization is odious. There is tremendous overlap among genres. These pigeonholes are offered only as a convenience.

R.J. Anderson (1970 - )

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editor March 8th, 2011 07:58 AM PST

Can a writer whose young imagination fed on C.S. Lewis and Ursula LeGuin be less than readworthy? More info at the author's website,


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From the author's website, http://www.rj-anderson.com/bio.htm:

R.J. Anderson (known to her friends as Rebecca) was born in Uganda, raised in Ontario, went to school in New Jersey, and has spent much of her life dreaming of other worlds entirely.

As a child she immersed herself in fairy tales, mythology, and the works of C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien and E. Nesbit; later she discovered more contemporary authors like Ursula LeGuin, Patricia A. McKillip and Robin McKinley, and learned to take as much pleasure from their language as the stories they told.

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