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Monday, December 15, 2008
Fuck. I'm three minutes in listening to the latest SF in SF recording and (who is probably) Geoff Ryman says something brilliant:
"It's probably best to think of setting as a character because settings want things. Settings prevent people from doing things and they are a tremendous source of conflict and have a will of their own but most importantly, they change."