Happy Birthday to the American Book Award winner Lisa Goldstein
Photo: Doug Asherman
Author of 13 novels, Lisa Goldstein burst upon the literary landscape
after winning the American Book Award for her first novel, The
Red Magician (1982). She followed that tour de force with The
Dream Years (1985),
which garnered her a World Fantasy Award nomination. Goldstein followed those up with a string of acclaimed works including A
Mask for the General (1987;
Arthur C. Clarke nominee),
expansion of the lauded short story),
Devices of the Sun and Moon (1993),
King, Winter Fool (1994),
the Labyrinth (1996),
Cities Underground (1999;
Fantasy Award nominee),
Alchemist’s Door (2002),
UNCERTAIN PLACES (2011;
winner of Mythopeic Fantasy Award), and Weighing
She also penned a pair of novels as Isabel Glass: Daughter
of Exile (2004)
Divided Crown (2005).
many respected short stories have been collected in Daily
in Magic (1994).
Her story “Paradise Is a Walled Garden” won the 2011 Sidewise
All of us at Tachyon wish the amazing Lisa a very special birthday. May the magic never cease.
For more info on THE UNCERTAIN PLACES, visit the Tachyon page.
Cover by Ann Monn