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Here's the plan: every Friday, let's recommend some people and/or communities to follow on Dreamwidth. That's it. No complicated rules, no "pass this on to 7.328 friends or your cat will die". Just introduce us to some new things to read.

All about feeds this week! Most of these are LJ accounts.

[syndicated profile] neilgaiman_feed- Neil Gaiman's blog, straight to DW.

[syndicated profile] beatonna_feed - Kate Beaton's comics journal

[syndicated profile] rebecca_dart_feed - Art journal of Rebecca Dart, who does some of the funniest, and best, fantasy art I've seen. Attack kittens! That's all you need to know.

[syndicated profile] yuki_onna_feed - Cat Valente's LJ

[syndicated profile] karen_healey_feed - LJ of Karen Healey, book reviewer, comics scholar and author of Guardian of the Dead

[syndicated profile] naominovik_feed - Naomi Novik's LJ

[syndicated profile] michellesagarawest_feed - Michelle Sagara West's Wordpress blog (not her LJ)

[syndicated profile] bakkaphoenix_feed - the LJ of Bakka Phoenix, Toronto's oldest science fiction bookstore (where Sagara West works!)

[syndicated profile] notes_from_the_labyr_feed - the LJ of Sarah Monette/Katherine Addison

[syndicated profile] amandadownum_feed - LJ of Amanda Downum (author of The Drowning City)

[syndicated profile] diane_duane_feed - Diane Duane's LJ

[syndicated profile] tianqi_li_feed - the LJ of Li Tianqi, Mandarin-language translator of Sarah Monette and F. Scott Fitzgerald

[syndicated profile] originalsam_feed - the writing community of [personal profile] copperbadge
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