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Friday, July 16, 2010

Elizabeth Moon, naturalist

Elizabeth Moon is an honored writer of fantastic literature. She won the Nebula Award for her The Speed of Dark. She is the author of good books in more than one genre of fantastic literature. (See here for one of my posts on a fantasy series by Moon.)

Moon is a blogger. In fact, she has two blogs. One of those mostly details the hard work necessary to write for a living. The other, however, is about the Texas land that she and her family have tried to bring back to its natural condition. I recommend a essay by Moon, illustrated by some of her photos, about small predators on this land, or, rather, in and around a body of water on this land.

Thanks for reading. Read Elizabeth Moon.

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