lisa tuttle

  1. Anthony G Williams

    Windhaven, by George R.R. Martin & Lisa Tuttle

    This stand-alone 1981 novel consists of three novellas (the first two originally published separately in 1975 and 1980) and an epilogue. The stories are set on the planet of Windhaven which is almost entirely covered by ocean except for a few widely-scattered groups of islands. These islands...
  2. Ian Whates

    Lisa Tuttle: Objects in Dreams

    A fabulous review of Objects in Dreams, the new collection from Lisa Tuttle (including all original or previously uncollected stories), has been posted on the Amazing Stories website. The book is...
  3. Werthead

    Windhaven by George R.R. Martin & Lisa Tuttle

    Windhaven is a storm-wracked world consisting of a vast ocean and a small scattering of islands, home to the descendants of survivors of a spacecraft crash centuries earlier. The most efficient way of passing messages between islands is by the flyers, specially-trained men and women who can use...
  4. Culhwch


    Though there are plenty of writing handbooks floating around out there, precious few deal exclusively with writing science fiction and fantasy. For those of us interested in the fanciful side of genre fiction, it's refreshing to pick up such a helpful and accessible resource as Writing Fantasy...
  5. rune

    Lisa Tuttle

    Ive not tried this authors books before but was wondering if anyone else had. Im thinking of getting this recent release -