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SUBSTRATE PHANTOMS

Available from Resurrection House Books, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Indigoor ask for it at your library or local book store.

 

"Substrate Phantoms is beautifully written and richly imagined, with themes and imagery that remind me of Samuel R. Delany's Babel-17. It's a lovely book; I hope we'll see more of this universe and these characters."
—Judith Tarr, award winning author of Forgotten Suns

 

 

"An out-and-out breakthrough, with mystical and sociological roots trailing back to Arthur C. Clarke’s Childhood’s End and Ursula K. Le Guin’s The Left Hand of Darkness. Indeed, true aficionados of humane hard SF will applaud Ms. Reisman for bequeathing them this beautiful tale of a heretofore uncreated tomorrow."                                    

                  —Michael Bishop, author of A Funeral for the Eyes of Fire

 

"A deep dive into prose-poetry sci-fi and mind-stretching mystery."Kirkus Reviews

"Bourbon, Sugar, Grace" at Tor.com.

 

When a young salvager living in a mining colony on an inhospitable planet is hired to find an object lost in a recent accident, she finds a mystery, an opportunity, and trouble.

coming soon

"A Salt Moon" in TERRA NULLIUS, an anthology of science fiction stories focusing on "life at the edge of the universe," edited by Kate Coe and Ellen Croshain. Out later this year.

2018 Appearances

  • Houston Comicpalooza, May 25-27, Houston, TX
    • Will be on two panels, Horror for the 21st Century: Film and Literature; and Literary Read and Critique
  • ArmadilloCon 40, August 3-5, Austin, TX
    • I'll be teaching in the ArmadilloCon Writers' Workshop

 

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Houston Comicpalooza (Tue, 22 May 2018)
  Houston Comicpalooza has a lot going on (I get mesmerized in the artists’ alley). Among its many splendors there is a Literary Track that taps a whole bunch of authors and screenwriters. I will be contributing my own particular feelings and opinions (oh yes, I have opinions) on horror in the Horror for the 21st Century: Film and Literature panel (Saturday May 26, 2018, 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm), with other panelists including the stellar Joe Landsdale, K.J. Russell, Lisa Vasquez, and Channing Whitaker, with Gerald Hanks serving as moderator.    As the panel description puts it:  Once upon a time, all you needed was an isolated setting, a serial killer and a handful of teenagers with questionable survival instincts. Fortunately, the realm of horror is expanding in tandem with our increasingly modern world and benefiting from bold new voices in the genre. Let’s talk about some of the freshest and most frightening stories out there and what’s coming up next. Bring your favorites!   There are some amazing things going on in horror these days (Get Out instantly comes to mind), so it should be a pretty lively discussion.   I will also be available in Saturday’s Read and Critique session as a feedback springboard for aspiring authors: Are you an aspiring author? Do you want professional and peer critique of your work? Bring your pages and join us for these daily interactive small-group critique sessions. You’ll have a set time limit to read aloud and receive feedback. NOTE: Workshops have a limited-seating capacity. Sign-up to participate.  Literary Read & Critique Session | Saturday, May 26 | 3:15 pm - 4:15 pm I’m pretty good at the feedback, having almost 30 years of workshopping under my belt. (I will also once again be one of the instructors at the ArmadilloCon Writers’ Workshop in early August.)    comment count unavailable comments
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