S. M. Stirling

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There is a technical term for someone who confuses the opinions of a character in a book with those of the author. That term is idiot.

Stephen Michael Stirling (born 30 September 1953) is a Canadian-American science fiction and fantasy author. His novels often describe military situations and militaristic cultures.

Sourced[edit]

  • Bad writers have influences. Good writers steal.
    • Dragon Page Cover to Cover interview, Episode 372A (8 September 2009)
  • There is a technical term for someone who confuses the opinions of a character in a book with those of the author. That term is idiot.

The Emberverse series[edit]

  • They rode armed for war, curved swords at their side and the thick horn-and-sinew bows of mounted archers in cases at their knees.
  • The waxen line of the bowstrings struck their leather bracers with a light whapping sound ... A man dropped from each end of the attackers' rough formation, with the flat punching smack of arrowheads striking flesh loud enough to hear.
  • The Mackenzie had never met folk so poor in story and song and legends, and it moved him to a pity that pricked at his eyes. Without that tapestry of colour and words and ritual, what was life but eating and mating, sleeping and moving your bowels? All of them good and necessary, but not enough; and they themselves needed that framework too, to give them meaning.

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