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1/14/09 1:34 PM
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Was talking to a friend who said that hah made a 'find' while looking for a new book to read, and wanted to know if I'd ever heard of Neil Gaiman. He seemed quite defalated when I told him that neil Gaiman was probably on of the most most famous and sucessful authors around today. I know how he felt. There's nothing quite like making a geniune discovery, coming across a little known author whose work seems so cool that you're amazed they're not more well known.

My latest find is William Sanders, an American author who has mostly worked in short fiction and sci fi. He's done a lot of good alternate history novels, even won a few awards but no one else seems to have heard of him.

East of the Sun and West of Fort Smith collects most of his short stories. His new novel J is also worth checking out.

Anyone have any other authors to reccommend that fit the bill?

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