2011 Book Club – Women in Science Fiction

In 2011 I’m going to read along with the Women in Science Fiction book club created by Dreams and Speculation. This page will eventually link to my review or the discussion on each of the books. All the short stories are from James Tiptree Jr’s Her Smoke Rose Up Forever.

January
Novel: Dust by Elizabeth Bear
Short Stories: The Last Flight of Doctor Ain and The Screwfly Solution

February
Novel: The Dispossessed by Ursula K. Le Guin
Short Story: And I Awoke and Found Me Here On The Cold Hill’s Side

March
Novel: Darkship Thieves by Sarah Hoyt
Short Stories: The Girl Who Was Plugged In and The Man Who Walked Home

April
Novel: The Doomsday Book by Connie Willis
Short Story: And I Have Come Upon This Place By Lost Ways

May
Novel: Mappa Mundi by Justina Robson
Short Stories: The Women Men Don’t See and Your Face, O My Sisters! Your Faces Filled Of Light!

June
Novel: Lilith’s Brood by Octavia Butler
Short Story: Houston, Houston, Do You Read?

July
Novel: Cordelia’s Honor by Lois McMaster Bujold
Short Stories: With Delicate Mad Hands and A Momentary Taste of Being

August
Novel: China Mountain Zhang by Maureen McHugh
Short Story: We Who Stole The Dream

September
Novel: Remnant Population by Elizabeth Moon
Short Stories: Her Smoke Rose Up Forever and Love Is The Plan The Plan Is Death

October
Novel: Farthing by Jo Walton
Short Story: On The Last Afternoon

November
Novel: The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood
Short Stories: She Waits For All Men Born and Slow Music

December
Novel: City of Pearl by Karen Traviss
Short Story: And So On, And So On

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