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October 15, 2007

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Elliot

I think you can find some definite mysticism and mythology in the cyberpunk of William Gibson, at the very least.

Jerry

The market doesn't seem to be there, which is sad. SF&F publishers are looking in the wrong direction. I think many of the readers of the "Left Behind" series are a ready-made market for spiritual SF.

An aside to the above commenter: the mysticism you'll find in Gibson's work is very dry and crumbly, and he bristles at anyone who asks if someone like Phil Dick is an influence.

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