Color Pop Photo Editor

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(BEST READ LARGE !!) INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY 2007 MARCH 8TH- WELL STACKED OTHER WOMEN I generally don’t categorise female writers as a gender but for International Women’s Day I thought I might put together a small representative compilation of some of the books written by learned ladies whose fiction I’ve found inspirational over the years. If there’s a consistent theme it’s that these writers create female characters that are strong, capable, determined and, more frequently than not, more than able to hold their own against and alongside the larger than life blokes that characterise the Science Fiction, Fantasy and Historical Fiction genres that most (but not all!) of these adept writers grace. That or the feisty novelists themselves could be classified as “Arse Booting Sheilas”, as we say Downunder. Along with the never to be underestimated ladies intersecting my life (including my formidable Flickr chums!) , it’s writers like these who’ve formed my ideal of what women are and can be. This is not, incidentally, a complete list. I just didn’t have regular paperback sized editions of the works of some equally fine favourites that would fit into the stack! From the top down: JANE AUSTEN- It is a truth universally acknowledged that centuries later Jane’s still one of the wittiest! PERSUASION was her last published novel, which was released posthumously. MARION ZIMMER BRADLEY- It’s her Arthurian themed MISTS OF AVALON that I like the most of all her books, but the copy I’ve got is a hardcover and wouldn’t fit into this little compilation. HUNTERS OF THE RED MOON is one of her Science Fiction books. SUSAN COOPER- THE GREY KING is one of Cooper’s THE DARK IS RISING Arthurian themed sequence. Okay, I tend to encounter a lot of female genre writer’s first in their Arthurian writings...which will become increasingly obvious. LOIS MCMASTER BUJOLD- A master of slick but amusing heroic space opera, in particular her famous tales of the adventures of the resourceful if somewhat physically fragile Miles Vorkosigan. This book, KOMARR, belongs to that series. DIANE CAREY- One of my all time favourite writers of Star Trek spin-off fiction. She has an excellent feel for the character ensembles matched only by her ability to instil in her stories a strong nautical flavour that perfectly suits the idea of Star Fleet being a continuation of planetary surface naval traditions. BATTLESTATIONS ! was the sequel to her equally worthy DREADNOUGHT ! C.J.CHERRYH- Second only to Larry Niven when it comes to cat aliens. THE PRIDE OF CHANUR is the cat’s meow of feline E.Ts. LINDSEY DAVIS- I’m a fan of historical themed detective fiction and naturally admire this writer’s Marcus Didius Falco/ Helena Justina novels, set in Vespasian’s Roman Empire. THE COURSE OF HONOUR isn’t about Falco, it’s Vespasian’s story, which Davis wrote first, but didn’t see published until well after the Falco series had otherwise made her name. BARBARA HAMBLY- One of my absolute favourite writers. Adeptly crosses genres from Science Fiction to Fantasy to Historical Detective fiction. TRAVELLING WITH THE DEAD is one of her superb genre defining vampire novels, but I equally love her Benjamin January (If they ever did a television series Avery Brooks would be perfect to play the role!) New Orleans detective stories as well as her Star Trek, Star Wars and sword and sorcery books. ZENNA HENDERSON- Henderson’s generally gentle stories of The People, alien refugees who quietly became colonists on Earth without all that spectacular mucking around with invasions, had a big influence on me. THE PEOPLE: NO DIFFERENT FLESH, is a collected anthology of those tales. ROBIN HOBB- Robin’s fantasy stories are wonderfully detailed and peopled with fascinating characters. SHIP OF MAGIC is book one of her Liveship Traders series. I’ve been fortunate enough to interview her twice now, and thoroughly enjoyed the privilege to gain an insight into her marvellous imagination and writing process. PHYLISS ANN KARR- Another writer whose Arthurian work I treasure, starting with THE IDYLLS OF THE QUEEN, which features the much neglected Sir Kay, to her authoritative reference work THE KING ARTHUR COMPANION. I got to meet Phyliss at an S.F convention, where we were on a panel about, what else, King Arthur. GABRIEL KING- Her Wild Road books, co-written with M. John Harrison, are masterpieces of anthropomorphic ‘talking animal’ fiction. Up there with Kenneth Grahame, Wiliam Horwood and Richard Adams. Her real name is Jane Johnson and she’s also a powerhouse editor.... TANITH LEE- Tanith Lee’s work is wickedly lyrical, reminding me of Ray Bradbury’s considerable output. Lee is almost equally prolific. NIGHT’S MASTER is one of her unique fantasy novels. URSULA K. LE GUIN- One of the world’s best Science Fiction writers. THE LEFT HAND OF DARKNESS is of course one of her most famous and influential novels. ANN MCCAFFREY- Although I’m not a big fan of her drago
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Sorta' like pop art, I suppose? I dunno. Today was sorta' boring. Plans fell through, but new ones were made for tomorrow. So, I should get some actual interesting shots tomorrow. :P Considering purchasing Corel Paint Shop Pro Photo X2 Ultimate, because I can't fork out $500+ for Photoshop. I've been using Paint.Net, and its working alright, I just want a higher quality photo editor. I was looking into Photoshop Elements, but I heard that it doesn't have Curves? I use curves quite often, so that was really a downer. I dunno, what do you guys suggest? This is sorta' random, but my boyfriend and I have been talking about adopting pet rats for a while now, we'd each get a boy and have them live together (because its highly recommended to have at least two same-sex rats) and I've been seriously considering finding a pure black rat, naming him Darth Vader, and buying a model Death Star to put in the cage...because I'm that weird! :D But, we wouldn't get the rats until about a year, hopefully I can come back to this photo as a reference for a name, in case I forget. :P -Hope everyone had a great day!

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