Nominations for Book Discussion Group (BDG) from May to August 1999

The nomination period is CLOSED.

Nominated books: 27 (26 February)  


Eleanor Arnason: Ring of Swords

Catherine Asaro: Last Hawk

Catherine Asaro: Primary Inversion

Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni: The Mistress of Spices

Dorothy Bryant: The Kin of Ata are Waiting for You

Octavia Butler: Dawn

Octavia Butler: Wild Seed

Pat Cadigan: Patterns

Raphael Carter: The Fortunate Fall

Charles De Lint: Into the Green

Suzette Haden Elgin: Earthsong (Native Tongue, Book 3)

Molly Gloss: The Dazzle of Day

Jewelle Gomez: The Gilda Stories

          This because we owe it to ourselves to read what this brilliant and remarkable woman has to say both in her fiction and in her essays (even if we cannot
          recommend those).

          Midwest Book Review :
          The Gilda Stories is an elegant, sensual, and natural vampire fantasy. Time-traveling from Southern slavery in 1850 to environmental devastation 200
          years later, Gilda is the quintessential outsider seeking community. Jewelle Gomez combines a natural flair for storyteller with an ability to weave
          tapestries of personality that grab the mind's imagination and won't let go. A memorable story, deftly told.

Nicola Griffith: Slow River.

Kay Kenyon: Leap Point

Nancy Kress: Beggars in Spain

Nancy Kress: Maximum Light

Tanith Lee: Red Unicorn

Elizabeth Moon: Remnant Population

Pat Murphy: The Falling Woman

Notkin, Debbie and The Secret Feminist Cabal (Eds.): Flying Cups and Saucers: Gender Explorations in Science Fiction and Fantasy

Sheri S. Tepper: The Family Tree

Sheri Tepper: Grass

David Weber: On Basilisk Station

David Weber: The Honor of the Queen (Honor Harrington)

Connie Willis: Doomsday Book

Connie Willis: To Say Nothing of the Dog