Romance novel, really, but with a high sci-fi quotient. The unique complications and advantages of having a time-traveling husband.
How can you expect to become like Christ if you won’t live like Christ? Essential.
6 (deft) character sketches in search of an author. No, wait a minute…
Wildly diverse imagination of a future where Victorian morality and bio-digital compu-science collide, and children are raised by surrogate mothers mediated through smart books, and the Chinese Celestial Kingdom rises again.
Blunt, imaginative exploration of what slave-owning does to your joi-de-vivre. Excellent.
Horror novel about the working life; the pure writerly imaginative elements overpower the strict plotting, sometimes, but to a good effect– fantastical, like Peer Gynt. But too racy.
Detroit author, crime double-cross caper with great, quiet dialogue and an unusual connection to the Rwandan genocide.