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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Greg Egan, Octavia Butler, Iain M Banks (the M is important; the non-M stuff isn't SF), Ursula Le Guin (does she count as obvious?), Eleanor Arnason, Neal Asher, Sheri S Tepper, Mary Doria Russell. It might be worth making an effort to include feminist SF, and SF written by women. The LiveJournal Whileaway community [livejournal.com] could help here. Ditto SF by non-white people.
    • To name some more excellent authors who happen to be female and/or not-white ...

      * Jacqueline Carey
      * Steph Swainston
      * Elizabeth Hand
      * Nina Kiriki Hoffman
      * Sarah Monette
      * Walter Mosley (he wrote a couple SF things in addition to the Easy Rawlins mystery novels, which are also excellent)
      * Connie Willis

      The number of non-white SFF authors seems to be really, really small, and Mosley was the only one I could think besides Butler & Delany, who were already mentioned. I believe Stephen Barnes is a black man, bu