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June 9, 2008

Charles Stross Interview In The Guardian

Today's Guardian has a decent length interview with Charles Stross:

"Many science fiction writers are literary autodidacts who focus on the genre primarily as a literature of ideas, rather than as a pure art form or a tool for the introspective examination of the human condition," he says. "I'm not entirely at ease with that self-description."

With a smiling Jobsian picture too.

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Read that, brillinat.!