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Subject:Re: How about Asimov? (Was: a second for McPhee) From:Mean Green Dancing Machine <aahz -at- NETCOM -dot- COM> Date:Sun, 8 Jan 1995 15:45:28 GMT
In article <9501061958 -dot- AA11394 -at- iris132 -dot- biosym -dot- com>,
<kkm -at- iris132 -dot- biosym -dot- com> wrote:
>Several people have recommended John McPhee's writing
>as inspiration or as model for our own; I'd like to
>suggest Isaac Asimov's explanatory articles and books.
Strong second. If any one person can be said to have inspired my
interest in being a *good* writer, Asimov was it.
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