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Lisa Goldstein


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aka Isabel Glass

Lisa Goldstein (b. November 21, 1953 in Los Angeles) is a Nebula, Hugo, and World Fantasy Award nominated fantasy and science fiction writer. Her 1982 novel The Red Magician won the American Book Award for best paperback novel, and was praised by Philip K. Dick shortly before his death. Her work is also sometimes regarded as an example of literary fantasy.
 

Genres: Fantasy
 
Novels
   The Red Magician (1982)
   The Dream Years (1985)
   A Mask for the General (1987)
   Tourists (1989)
   Strange Devices of the Sun and Moon (1993)
   Summer King, Winter Fool (1994)
   Walking the Labyrinth (1996)
   Dark Cities Underground (1999)
   The Alchemist's Door (2002)
   Daughter of Exile (2004) (as by Isabel Glass)
   The Divided Crown (2005) (as by Isabel Glass)
   The Uncertain Places (2011)
   Weighing Shadows (2015)
   Ivory Apples (2019)
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Collections
   Daily Voices (1989)
   Travellers In Magic (1994)
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Anthologies containing stories by Lisa Goldstein
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Sense of Wonder (2023)
A Century of Science Fiction
edited by
Leigh Ronald Grossman
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Year's Best Fantasy 9 (2009)
(Year's Best Fantasy , book 9)
edited by
Kathryn Cramer and David G Hartwell
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Year's Best SF 7 (2002)
(Year's Best SF , book 7)
edited by
David G Hartwell

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