Description - Birthstones by Phyllis Gotlieb
On a dark and moonless planet, mutations have left women as little more than wombs, while men can teleport but have limited control over the ability. When aliens come to plunder this world's resources, the already harsh environment degrades exponentially. Will the Galactic Federation find this world in time to help the natives restore their women and save their civilization?A visionary novel in the tradition of Ursula K. LeGuin and James Tiptree, Jr., by a leading feminist author.With an afterword by Nalo Hopkinson."Phyllis Gotlieb is the grand dame of Canadian SF, a poet with a cosmic perspective who elevates space opera to high art." -- "Robert J. Sawyer""The best SF novel I've read in years." -- "The Globe and Mail" on "Flesh and Gold""A new novel from Phyllis Gotlieb is a major event." -- "Candas Jane Dorsey ""Gotlieb knows how to do it right." -- "Analog Science Fiction and Fact"
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Format: Paperback / softback
(213mm x 145mm x 12mm)
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Author Biography - Phyllis Gotlieb
Phyllis Gotlieb has been nominated for the Governor General's Award as well as the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America's Nebula Award, and she's the recipient of a lifetime-achievement Aurora Award. Her previous novels include Sunburst, O Master Caliban!, Heart of Red Iron, and Mindworlds. Phyllis is now professor emeritus of Computer Science at University of Toronto. She has three grown children, four grandchildren and lives in Toronto.Afterword by Nalo Hopkinson. Nalo's novel Brown Girl in the Ring won the Warner Aspect First Novel Contest. She has taken second place in the Short Prose Competition of the Writers' Union of Canada, and is the recipient of the Ontario Arts Council Foundation Award for Emerging Writers, the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer, and the Locus Award for a first novel.