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Rules for Anchorites

Letters from Proxima Thule

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Cat, I was *really* excited to hear the premise of SaVF. My first thought was, "Wow, I bet Cat can make a multigenerational AI story interesting in a way that Ted Chiang couldn't!" (I was *really* underwhelmed by Lifecycle of SW Objects.) I ordered my copy on Friday (?) morning and can't wait to get it. Squee!

I just want you to know, I /love/ Silently and Very Fast. I'm biased, sure, but still, that is a great story. :)

ToC Buddies!

I too am nervous. My first and only-to-date dudes in space story is up there with you.

I cannot wait to read yours, by the way.

I read instead of lunch. Forgot to eat.
It is beautiful.

I really liked your story and I tweeted so over the weekend.

Read the first part of Silently and am already in love. I need to reread and mull over some of the nuances in the story but oh it's already winding its way into my heart. The beauty and delicacy of your creations always astounds me.

I am anxiously awaiting my printed copy!

Likewise! I have number 44, which pleases me.

I really enjoyed The Imitation Game. I am a huge fan of the way you put words together, The way you made "hearth" a more complex metaphor was exquisite.

The premise of teaching an A.I. through "figurative communication" rather than "literal communication" is very clever.

In my opinion it is absolutely Science Fiction

I look forward to my copy of Silently and Very Fast arriving so I can read what is next.

Yay! I'm so glad. I am particularly proud of the hearth line.

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