"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
—Michael Bishop, author of A Funeral for the Eyes of Fire
"Bourbon, Sugar, Grace," now up at Tor.com.
Fox, a young salvager living in a mining colony on an inhospitable planet abandoned by its owners once the mines were shut. When Fox is hired to find an object lost in a recent accident, she finds a mystery, an opportunity, and trouble.
"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.
Paula Guran's Warrior Women anthology, with a reprint of a hard-to-find story of mine, "Boy Twelve" is now available.
"The Cicadas," cowritten with the late and much missed Steven Utley, is out in Postscripts 34/35, Breakout, edited by NickGevers.
“Being swept along by The Z Radiant is like being swept along by a river with deep currents; sometimes you float along the warm surface amid the shimmer of light glancing from the shallows, and other times you feel the cold gripping your legs, leaving you gasping for breath.”
-- The Greenman Review