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Old 04-24-2013, 02:13 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by Graham View Post
Hmm. I think a lot of those are on the list because they've written a book with a plot that's similar to something in Dick's output, not because they write like Dick.
Actually, I can't think of anybody that writes like PKD, but there's a few on the list that write quirky, sometimes difficult to understand works.

Cordwainer Smith
Arkady Strugatsky
Stanisław Lem
Brian W. Aldiss
Samuel R. Delany
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