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Name

Author (Publication Date)

Larry Niven (w/J. Pournelle) (1974)
Richard Morgan (2003)
John Brunner (1975)
William Gibson (1993)
Jack Williamson (1936)
William Gibson (1986)
Frank Herbert (1965)
Rudy Rucker (1984)
George Lucas (1976)
James Blish (1957)
H.G. Wells (1895)

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