The Red Magician by Lisa Goldstein Winner of the National Book Award, Lisa Goldstein’s The Red Magician (1982) is such an unusual fantasy novel. I read it because Tantor Audio has just released the first audio edition of the book. As the story begins, a young girl named Kisci is growing up in a small, […]Read More
SFF Author: Lisa Goldstein
Strange Devices of the Sun and Moon by Lisa Goldstein Alice Wood, a recently widowed middle-aged woman, is continuing her husband’s bookselling business in his stall in the courtyard of St. Paul’s Cathedral. Though Alice is liked by the other vendors in the courtyard, most think that, as a woman, she’s not equipped to run […]Read More
Kat Hooper´s rating: 3 | Lisa Goldstein | Audio, Stand-Alone | SFF Reviews | | 2 comments |
The Uncertain Places by Lisa Goldstein The Uncertain Places by Lisa Goldstein is the story of a family haunted by a long-ago pact with the fairies. Like all fairy tales, it’s also a story about human problems, so it’s easy to find yourself within these pages even if mysterious beings have never cleaned your house […]Read More
Kelly Lasiter´s rating: 4.5 | Lisa Goldstein | Mythopoeic Award, Stand-Alone | SFF Reviews | | 2 comments |
The April 2011 issue of Realms of Fantasy is identified as a “Special Dark Fantasy Issue.” The nifty cover illustration by Brom fits the theme perfectly. And there’s lots more Brom inside, including an interview by Karen Haber and a considerable number of examples of his work. This is a man who must use up […]Read More
Real Unreal: Best American Fantasy 3 edited by Kevin Brockmeier On a hypothetical chart, with high epic fantasy in the vein of J.R.R. Tolkien and Stephen Donaldson on one end and (for want of a better term) the magical realism of Gabriel García Marquez and Graham Joyce on the other, the twenty stories in the […]Read More
Stefan Raets (RETIRED)´s rating: 4.5 | John Kessel, Kevin Brockmeier, Lisa Goldstein, Peter S. Beagle | Short Fiction | SFF Reviews | | no comments |
The Dream Years — (1985) Publisher: A young Parisian surrealist writer and a beautiful, mysterious woman with whom he falls in love, are transported in time from the 1920s to the volatile time of the 1968 Paris riots. A Mask for the General — (1987) Library Journal: Five years after the economic collapse of the United States, […]Read More
TBR | Lisa Goldstein | To Be Reviewed | | no comments |
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