Reviews: Pat Murphy
- "With Four Lean Hounds" in Marion Zimmer Bradley's Sword and
- Letters from Home: Stories
by Pat Cadigan, Karen Joy Fowler, and Pat Murphy (1989) (Lefanu, editor).
- The Shadow Hunter
- Reprinted Frog Ltd., 2002, ISBN 158394057X.
- The Falling Woman (1987)
- (winner, 1987 Nebula Award for best novel)
Web Pages: Review of The
Falling Woman by Lisa Smith
- "Rachel in Love"
- (winner, 1988 Hugo Award, and 1988 Locus Award, for best
novelette; winner, the Asimov's Readers' Poll; winner, the Theodore Sturgeon
- The City, Not Long After. (1989)
- (Doubleday: 1989; Bantam: 1990)
The City, Not Long After is one of my favorites. A
dreamy future post-Plague San Francisco, in which artists live in an
anarchistic society, is menaced by a militaristic movement from Southern
California. Interesting and well-realized characters, Jax, Danny-Boy, and
the city itself struggle with militarism. -- lq, 6/24/96
- Points of Departure (1990 collection)
- (collection of short stories) (winner, 1990 Philip K. Dick
Award for best paperback original)
- "Bones" (novella; won the 1991 World Fantasy Award)
- "A Place of Honor" in Asimov's SF 1995.
- "A Flock of Lawn
- Nadya: The Wolf Chronicles (1996)
- (Tor, 1996). Shortlisted for 1996 Tiptree.
Part of this novel ("An American Childhood") was published in Asimov's
Science Fiction Magazine and was a finalist on the Hugo ballot.
- "The True Story"
- in Black Swan, White Raven, edited by Datlow & Windling
- There and Back Again
- (Tor, 1999)
- Wild Angel
- Pat Murphy has also authored or co-authored numerous science-related
books, available through The
Pat Murphy is also one of the founders of the James Tiptree, Jr., Memorial
Award for science fiction that "explores or expands gender." -- lq, 7/16/97.
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