New Authors     New Books     Coming Soon     Most Popular     Top Authors    
Lisa Tuttle's picture

Lisa Tuttle

USA (1952 - )
Wife of Colin Murray

aka Maria Palmer

Lisa Tuttle taught a science fiction course at the City Lit College, part of London University, and has tutored on the Arvon courses. She was residential tutor at the Clarion West SF writing workshop in Seattle, USA. She has published six novels and two short story collections. Many of her books have been translated into French and German editions.
10. Virgo (1995)



Anthologies edited
Non fiction

Anthologies containing stories by Lisa Tuttle
Short stories
Dollburger (1972)
Stranger in the House (1972)
Changelings (1975)
The Storms of Windhaven (1975) (with George R R Martin)Hugo (nominee)
Nebula Awards (nominee)
Stone Circle (1976)Nebula Awards (nominee)
The Family Monkey (1977)
The Horse Lord (1977)
In the Arcade (1978)
Wives (1979)
Bug House (1980)
Community Property (1980)
One-Wing (1980) (with George R R Martin)Hugo (nominee)
The Other Mother (1980)
Sun City (1980)
Where the Stones Grow (1980)
The Bone Flute (1981)Nebula Awards
A Friend in Need (1981)
Need (1981)
Treading the Maze (1981)
The Memory of Wood (1982)
The Other Room (1982)
The Nest (1983)
Flying to Byzantium (1985)
Riding the Nightmare (1986)
Jamie's Grave (1987)
Memories of the Body [short story] (1987)
Mr Elphinstone's Hands (1989)
The Walled Garden (1989)
Bits and Pieces (1990)
Replacements (1992)
Lucy Maria (1993)
Food Man (1994)
White Lady's Grave (1995)
Background: The Dream (1996)
The Extra Hour (1997)
A Dress (1998)
My Pathology [short story] (1998)
Belonging (1999)
Haunts (2000)

John W. Campbell Best New Author winner (1974)
Hugo Best Novella nominee (1976) : The Storms of Windhaven
Nebula Awards Best Novella nominee (1976) : The Storms of Windhaven
Nebula Awards Best Short Story nominee (1977) : Stone Circle
Hugo Best Novella nominee (1981) : One-Wing
Nebula Awards Best Short Story winner (1982) : The Bone Flute
Arthur C. Clarke Award Best Book nominee (1993) : Lost Futures
British Fantasy Society Best Novel nominee (1996) : The Pillow Friend

Search for