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Old 07-25-2011, 04:53 AM   #23
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Where does he post for free? All I found was the following (WAY overpriced Ebooks):

http://www.spearfishlaketales.com/store.htm
Just go to the Spearfish Lake Tales main page. All his books are free to read online. He also posts his books on BeyondTheFarHorizon.com and StoriesOnline.net

And yes, I second the recommendation. I wouldn't exactly classify him as one of the great, overlooked authors of our time, but I do love his stories and he certainly deserves to be better known.

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Gert Prokop lived and wrote in East Germany - called DDR [Deutsche Demokratische Republik] here.
While we're on the subject of East German SF, I recommend Michael Szameit. I loved his books as a teenager. He and the Strugatzki brothers were what opened my mind to the possibility that SF could be so much more than lasers, space battles and bug-eyed monsters.
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