Cushing Memorial Library, Texas A & M University

Inventory of the Lisa Tuttle Collection:

ca. 1975-2004



Descriptive Summary and Abstract

Creator Tuttle, Lisa
Title Inventory of the Lisa Tuttle Collection:
Dates ca. 1975-2004
Abstract Manuscripts and papers retain the author’s arrangement. Books are integrated into the Science Fiction and Fantasy Research Collection and the Evans circulating collection, with a note in the online catalog record: “Lisa Tuttle Collection.”
Identification SciFi MSS 00162
Extent 7.3 linear feet
Language English.
Repository Cushing Memorial Library College Station, TX 77843-5000

Biographical Note

Lisa Tuttle was born September 16, 1952 in Houston, Texas, and began writing while a child at The Kinkaid School. In her teens, while a student at Mirabeau B. Lamar High School, she became actively involved in science fiction fandom, and re-established the Houston Science Fiction Society with the help of Joseph F. Pumilia, Joanne Burger, Bill Wallace, H.H. Hollis and others. She founded, edited and published the first few issues of the club fanzine, Mathom, at the same time writing for her school newspaper, The Lamar Lancer. She attended Syracuse University, where she was involved with the university’s science fiction group and wrote for the fanzine Tomorrow And… as well as for underground and alternative papers of the time. After attending the Clarion Science Fiction Writers Workshop in the summer of 1971 (held that year at Tulane University in New Orleans) she made her first professional short story sales. After receiving her BA (in English and Creative Writing) in 1974, she moved to Austin, where she worked for The Austin American-Statesman for the next five years, writing short stories in her spare time. She was one of the founders of the informal writers’ workshop known as the Turkey City Writers Workshop and Neo-Pro Rodeo, along with Joe Pumilia, Steven Utley, Howard Waldrop, Jake Saunders, George Proctor and Tom Reamy, all of whom began their writing careers in the early 1970s. In 1981, Lisa moved to London to marry the writer Christopher Priest. The marriage was short-lived, but she continued to make her home in Britain. Since 1990 she has been living in a remote, rural part of Scotland with her husband, Colin Murray, and their daughter, Emily. She won the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer in 1974, the Locus Poll Award in 1976, an Analog Analytical Laboratory Award in 1981, the Nebula Award in 1981 (declined), the British Science Fiction Award in 1989, and has been short-listed for others, including the Tiptree and the Arthur C. Clarke awards. Her writing includes non-fiction, children’s books, science fiction, fantasy, horror and some fiction less easily categorized.


Scope and Content Note

The Lisa Tuttle Collection consists of books, manuscripts, galley proofs, and magazines tracing the career of the author. The collection is a work-in-progress, with additions from the author as they become available.


 

Organization of the Papers

This collection is organized into 15 series:
Series 1. Manuscripts for Echo Answers, undated.
Series 2. Page proofs for Night Visions 3, undated.
Series 3. Miscellaneous Memorabilia for Mad House, undated.
Series 4. Miscellaneous Memorabilia for Encyclopedia of Feminism, undated.
Series 5. Miscellaneous articles and books, March 1975-August 2003.
Series 6. Items from the Lisa Tuttle Collection. ITEMS SEPARATED found in Science Fiction Research Collection.
Series 7. Feminism Memorabilia Part 2, ca. 1984-1986.
Series 8. Author's notebook, undated.
Series 9.Feminism Memorabilia Part 3, ca.1984-1986.
Series 10. Writing Science Fiction and Fantasy Drafts and Correspondence, undated.
Series 11. Panther in Argyll Drafts and Notes, undated.
Series 12. Different Manuscripts, 1982 and undated.
Series 13. Snake Inside Memorabilia, undated.
Series 14. ITEMS SEPARATED, 1975-2001.
Series 15. Additional Books and Manuscripts, 1969-1979, undated.

Restrictions

Access

No restrictions.

Usage Restrictions

Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.


Online Catalog Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in the online catalog of Cushing Memorial Library. Researchers wishing to find related materials should search the catalog under these index terms.
Names
Tuttle, Lisa
Subjects
Science Fiction
Fantasy
Horror

Separated Material

The items from the Lisa Tuttle Collection are shelved by call number in the Science Fiction Research Collection. Second copies are shelved in the Evans Library general collection. Please use LibCat (the Texas A&M University Library Online Catalog) to find call numbers.


Administrative Information

Provenance

Received from Lisa Tuttle in 2004+.

Processing Information

Processed by Hal Hall in June 2004


Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Series 1. Manuscripts for Echo Answers, undated.

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1/10 Echo Answers: 1st draft of manuscript which became Gabriel, undated.
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1/20 Echo Answers: 2nd draft of manuscript which became Gabriel, undated.



 

Series 2. Page proofs for Night Visions 3, undated.

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1/30 Night Visions 3: bound page proofs of British edition with letter from editor, undated.



 

Series 4. Miscellaneous Memorabilia for Encyclopedia of Feminism, undated.

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1/40 Mad House: " Newspaper article which sparked the idea". (L.T.), undated.
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1/50 Mad House: Synopsis/Proposal, undated.
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1/60 Mad House: Original manuscript, undated.
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1/70 Mad House: Editorial correspondence, undated.
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1/80 Mad House: Edited manuscript, undated.
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1/90 Mad House: "Final Version." undated.
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1/100 Mad House: Galley proofs, undated.



 

Series 4. Miscellaneous Encyclopedia of Feminism Memorabilia 1986, undated.

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2/10 Encyclopedia of Feminism: set of proofs with corrections, undated.
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2/20 Encyclopedia of Feminism: Unbound page proofs, part 1, undated.
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2/30 Encyclopedia of Feminism: Unbound page proofs, part 2, undated.
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2/40 Encyclopedia of Feminism: Harlow, UK: Longman, 1986. 399p. Hardcover, in dw. 1986.



 

Series 5. Miscellaneous articles and books, March 1975-August 2003.

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3/10 "Changelings," Galaxy Science Fiction. 36(3): 56-58. March 1975.
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3/20 "Kin to Kaspar Hauser,"Galaxy Science Fiction 38(2): 59-75. April 1977.
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3/30 "One Wing", (Part 1), Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact 100(1): 12-64. January 1980.
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3/40 "One Wing", (Part 2), Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact 100(2): 48-99. February 1980.
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3/50 "A Spaceship Built of Stone,"Isaac Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine 4(9): 53-69. September 1980.
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3/60 "Treading the Maze", Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. 61(5): 90-98. November 1981.
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3/70 "Bone Flute, The,"Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. 60(5): 114-128. May 1981.
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3/80 "Nest, The,"Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. 64(4): 87-105. April 1983.
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3/90 "Children of the Centaur,"Amazing Stories 58(3): 80-106. September 1984 .
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3/100 "No Regrets", Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. 68(5): 73-92, 108. May 1985.
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3/110 "Meeting the Muse", Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. 90(4): 39-50. April 1996.
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4/10 [Wives] as: "Eternelles épouses", Fiction No. 318: 90-103. French. Mai 1981.
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4/20 [Nest, The] as: "Un nid d’insectes", Fiction No. 319: 34-60. French. Juin 1981.
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4/30 [Other Mother, The] as: "L’autre mére", Fiction No. 323: 61-90. French. Novembre 1981.
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4/40 [Bone Flute, The] as: "Benfløjten", Forum Fabulatorium No. 2: 5-17. (Danish fanzine.) Marts 1983.
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4/50 [Children of the Centaur] as: "Kentaurens børn,"Forum Fabulatorium No. 11: 5-26. (Danish fanzine.) Sommer 1985.
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4/60 "Meeting the Muse" Web version. undated.
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4/70 Book reviews. Memories of the Body; Ghosts and Other Lovers; etc. undated.
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4/80 Windhaven, by George R. R. Martin and Lisa Tuttle. New York: Timescape, 1981. 387 p. Bound proof copy (with pencilled notations from Dutch translator?) 1981.
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4/90 Pillow Friend, The. Clarkston, GA: White Wolf, 1986. Bound "Uncorrected page proofs. " undated.
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4/100 "Introduction, "in: Lots of Love. Limpsfield, UK: Paper Tiger, 1984.
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4/110 Snake Inside London: Mammoth, 1999. 138 p. Copy 2. 1999.
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5/10 Love On-Line. London: Mammoth, 1998. 208 p. Trade paperback.
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5/20 Mad House. London: Mammoth 1998. 88 p. Trade paperback.
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5/30 Panther in Argyll. London: Mammoth, [2000]. 186 p. Mass market paperback.
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5/40 Memories of the Body. London: Grafton, 1992. 210 p. Trade paperback.
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5/50 Megan’s Story. London: Futura, 1987. 172 p. Mass market paperback. (Novelization under pseudonym "Laura Waring.")
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5/60 Heroines. London: Harrap, 1988. 216 p. Hardcover in dw.
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5/70 A Spaceship Built of Stone. London: The Women’s Press, 1987. 192 p. Trade paperback. Contents: "No Regrets,""Wives,""The Family Monkey,""Mrs. T.,""The Bone Flute,""A Spaceship Made of Stone,""The Cure,""The Hollow Man, ""The Other Kind,""Birds of the Moon."
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6/10 Skin of the Soul: 1st spiral bound page proofs from The Women’s Press, undated.
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6/20 Skin of the Soul: 2nd spiral bound page proofs from The Women’s Press, undated.
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6/30 Windhaven, by George R. R. Martin and Lisa Tuttle. London: New English Library, February 1982. 315 p. 1st UK paperback edition.
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6/40 Familiar Spirit : New English Library, April 1983. 220 p. Mass market paperback.
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6/50 Pillow Friend, The. Clarkston, GA: White Wolf, September 1996. 334 p. Hard cover in dw. First Edition.
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6/60 Gabriel London: Severn House, 1987. 216 p. Hardcover with dw.
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7/10 Lost Futures New York: Dell/Abys, May 1992. 351 p. Mass market paperback.
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7/20 Skin of the Soul, edited by Lisa Tuttle. New York: Pocket Books, October 1991. 270 p.
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7/30 Lisa Tuttle Fan Website (Printed 7 June 2004) [24 p.]
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7/40 "The Mysterious Q&A with Lisa Tuttle", by M. M. Hall. Dated 20 February 2003. [12 p.]
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7/50 "A Cold Dish." Web posted story, SciFi.com. [ca. 18 p.] Posted 2000.
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7/60 "Cure, The." Web posted reprint, Fantastic Metropolis, 20 February 2003.
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7/70 "Wound, The." Web posted reprint, Fantastic Metropolis, 20 February 2003.
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7/80 "Writing Together," Web article, at: http://www.georgerrmartin.com/writing-together.html. (Printed 8 June 2004.)
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7/90 "Woman Waiting." Electronic reprint, Revolution Science Fiction, August 2003.
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7/100 "And Torture One Poor Word Ten Thousand Ways: Lisa Tuttle Interviewed," by Paul Kincaid. Vector No. 121: 12-20. August 1984.
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7/110 Ansible No. 27, July 1982. (Contains comment on Tuttle’s refusal of the Nebula Award.)
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7/120 "Shadow Zone: The Quick and the Dead, by Joy Williams," by Lisa Tuttle. Review, Washington Post Book World, November 19, 2000, p. 6.
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7/130 "Ghosts of Everyday Life," by Melanie Fazi. Interview, Electric Light. http://www.scarletnights.com/elight/arclisatuttle.html (Printed 10 June 2004.)
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7/140 Miscellaneous items about Lisa Tuttle.



 

Series 6. Feminism Memorabilia Part 2, ca. 1984-1986.

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8/10 Feminism – articles ,clippings, brochures, etc., collected while working on The Encyclopedia of Feminism. ca. 1984-1986.
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8/20 Feminism – articles ,clippings, brochures, etc., collected while working on The Encyclopedia of Feminism. ca. 1984-1986.
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8/30 The Encyclopedia of Feminism, assorted correspondence ca. 1984-1986.



 

Series 8. Author's notebook, undated.

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8/40 Author’s notebook: Love On-Line, Virtual Love, Cyberlove, Real-Life Love, Tangled Web, undated.
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8/50 Author’s notebook: Lost Futures, notes, undated.
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8/60 Author’s notebook: Gabriel, notes, undated.



 

Series 9.Feminism Memorabilia Part 3, undated.

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9/10 The Encyclopedia of Feminism, drafts, mss, etc., 1, (ca. 1984-1986).
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9/20 The Encyclopedia of Feminism, drafts, mss, etc., 2, (ca. 1984-1986).
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9/30 The Encyclopedia of Feminism, drafts, mss, etc., 3, (ca. 1984-1986).
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9/40 The Encyclopedia of Feminism , drafts, mss, etc., 4, (ca. 1984-1986)



 

Series 10. Writing Science Fiction and Fantasy Drafts and Correspondence, undated.

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10/10 Writing Science Fiction and Fantasy, first draft, undated.
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10/20 Writing Science Fiction and Fantasy, final draft, undated.
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10/30 Writing Science Fiction and Fantasy, correspondence and misc., undated.
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10/40 Writing Science Fiction and Fantasy, notes and correspondence, undated.



 

Series 11. Panther in Argyll Drafts and Notes, undated.

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10/50 Panther in Argyll, first draft, with revision request letter, undated.
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10/60 Panther in Argyll, revised final draft, undated.
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10/70 Panther in Argyll, cover art, notes, etc., undated.



 

Series 12. Different Manuscripts, 1982 and undated.

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11/10 The Walled Garden, by "Eugenia Ashe", unpublished romance novel, 1982.
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11/20 The Pillow Friend, edited manuscript, part 1, undated.
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11/30 The Pillow Friend, edited manuscript, part 2, undated.



 

Series 13. Snake Inside Memorabilia, undated.

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11/40 Snake Inside, proposal, undated.
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11/50 Snake Inside, abridgement, undated.
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11/60 Snake Inside, author’s notebook, undated.
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11/70 Snake Inside, final manuscript, part 1, undated.
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11/80 Snake Inside, final manuscript, part 2, undated.



 

Series 14. ITEMS SEPARATED, 1975-2001.

The following items from the Lisa Tuttle Collection are shelved by call number in the Science Fiction Research Collection. Second copies are shelved in the Evans Library general collection. Please use LibCat (the Texas A&M University Library online catalog) to find call numbers.
[A Spaceship Build of Stone,] as: "L’astronave di pietra," in: * Aliene, amazzoni, astronaute, ed. By Oriana Palusci. Milano: Arnoldo Mondadori Editore, 1990. 437 p. Italian Trade paperback.
[A Spaceship Built of Stone] as: "Un vaisseau de pierre," in: Univers 1982, Paris: Editons J’ai Lu, 1982. French.
[Bug House] as: "La casa degli insetti," in: Erotic Horror: racconti dei grandi maestri dell’orrore, ed. by Carlo Bordoni. Milano: Tascabili Bompiani, 1994. Italian. Trade paperback. (Italian, "Bug House")
[Bug House] as: "Barabica," as by Libs Tuttleová. in: Zhava Krev: Horove Prtbehy. Praha: Talpress, 1989. 396 p. Czech "Bug House."
[Crossing the Border] as: "Das Kleid," in: Der Heimlich Spiegel: Erotische Erzählungen, ed. by Lisa Tuttle. München: Deutscher Tashenbuch Verlag, January 2000. 367 p. German.
[Ghost Trap, The] as: "Past na duchy," as by Lisa Tuttlevoá in: 13 hororovych povidek znovu, edited by A. Finnis. Praha: Talpres, 1997. 35 p. Czech. Mass market paperback. (Czech edition of 13 Again, ed. by A. Finnis. London: Scholastic, 1995. 361 p.)
[Hollow Man, The] as: "Der zweite Tod," in: SF Preisträger 2, ed. by George R. R. Martin. Rastatt: Moewig, 1985. 192 p. German. (German reprint of New Voices II.)
[Hollow Man, The] as: "Der zweite Tod," in: Der Zweite Tod, ed. by Horst Pukallus. München: Heyne, 1983. 304 p. German.
[Horse Lord, The] "Il Signore Cavallo,"Terrore!, ed. by Stephen Jones. Rome: Grandi Tascabili Economici, 1996. 512 p. Trade paperback
[Horse Lord, The] as: "Der Herr des Landes," in: Science Fiction Story-Reader 17, ed. by Wolfgang Jeschke. München: Heyne, 1981. 399 p. German.
[Lover’s Leap,] as: "Chute Libre," in: 13 Morts Suspectes Saint Lambert, Quebec: Les editions Héritage, 1996. 392 p. French.
[Nest, The] as: "Peaä, "in: Kuoleman Kirjat 1, ed. by Markku Sadelehto. Porvoo: Werner Söderström Osakeyhtiö, Juva 1992. 264 p. Finnish.
[Replacements] as: "I sostituti," in: Horror il Meglio. Milano: Editrice Nord, 1994, ed. by Stephen Jones and Ramsey Campbell. 469 p. Italian. Italian edition of Best New Horror 4.
[Walled Garden, The] as: "Il giardino cintato," in: Inverno Fantasy 1994. Milano: Arnoldo mondadori editore, November 1994. 399 p. Italian.
[Walled Garden, The] as: "Le jardin clos,"in: Territories de l’inquietude 9, Paris: Donoël, 1996. 350 p. French.
[Wives] as: "Ehefrauen," in: Visum für die Ewigkeit, ed. by Werner Fuches. München: Knaur, 1982. German.
"From a Sinking Ship," in: Despatches from the Frontiers of the Female Mind, ed. by Jen Green and Sharah Lefanu. London: The Women’s Press, 1985. 248 p. Mass market paperback.
"Wound, The," in: Other Edens, ed. by Christopher Evans and Robert Holdstock. London: Unwin Paperbacks, 1987. 237 p. Mass market paperback.
"A Birthday," in: Tales From the Forbidden Planet, ed. By Roz Kaveney. London: Titanbooks, 1987. 256 p. Hardcover in dw.
"A Birthday," in: Tales From the Forbidden Planet, ed. By Roz Kaveney. London: Titanbooks, 1987. 256 p. Trade paperback.
"A Birthday,"(Revised version) in: Shudder Again: 22 Tales of Sex and Horror, ed. by Michele Slung. New York: Roc, January 1995. 363 p. Mass market paperback.
"A Friend in Need," in: The Year’s Best Fantasy Stories 8, ed. by Arthur W. Saha. New York: Daw, October 1982.
"Background: The Dream," in: Off Limits: Tales of Alien Sex, ed. by Ellen Datlow. New York: Ace, April 1997. 286 p. Mass market paperback.
"Changelings," in: Science Fiction, Science Fact and You, ed. by Robert J. Lowenherz and Lila Lowenhertz. New York: Amsco School Publications, 1996. 395 p.
"Food Man," in: The Best New Horror, ed. by Stephen Jones. London: Raven, 1996. 592 p. Trade paperback.
"Food Man," in: The Best of Crank!, ed. by Bryan Cholfin. New York: Tor, February 2000. 320 p. Paperback.
"In Translation," in: The 1990 Annual World’s Best SF, ed. by Donald A. Wollheim. New York: Daw, July 1990. 341 p. Mass market paperback.
"My Pathology," in: Dark Terrors 4, ed. by Stephen Jones and David Sutton. London: Millennium, 1999. 349 p. Mass market Paperback.
"Other Room, The," in: Masters of Darkness II, ed. by Dennis Etchison. New York: Tor, January 1988. 338 p.
"Spirit Cabinet, The," in: Women of Darkness, ed. by Katheryn Ptacek. New York: Tor, December 1988 306 p. Mass market paperback.
"Storms of Windhaven," in: World’s Best SF Series 5, edited by Donald A. Wollheim. New York: Daw, May 1975. 304 p. Mass market paperback. ( "Storms of Windhaven")
"A Spaceship Build of Stone," in: The 1981 Annual World’s Best SF, ed. by Donald A. Wollheim. New York: Daw, 1981. 252 p.
Compagnon de Nuit. Paris: Flammarion, 2001. 361 p. French. Trade paperback. ( Pillow Friend.)
Duivelsgebroed. [Weert]: Phoenix, [1988]. 223 p. Dutch. Trade paperback. ( A Nest of Nightmares)
Ein Netz Aus Angst: Unheimliche Geschichten. München: Goldmann Verlag, October 1992. 250 p. Mass market paperback. German. ( A Nest of Nightmares)
Encyclopedia of Feminism. Harlow, UK: Longman, 1986. 399 p. Hardcover in dw. Familiar Spirit London: New English Library, April 1983. 220 p. Mass market paperback.
Familiar Spirit New York: Tor, April 1989. 279 p. Mass market paperback.
Futurs Perdus. Paris: Denoël, 1994. 281 p. French. Trade paperback. (Lost Futures)
Gabriel Paris: Éditions Denoël, 1992. 287 p. Mass market paperback. French.
Gabriel. London: Sphere, 1987. 216 p. Mass market paperback.
Gabriel. München: Goldmann Verlag, November 1991. 282 p. German. Mass market paperback.
Gabriel: A Novel of Reincarnation. New York: Tor, May 1988. 311 p. Mass market paperback.
Gefangen/Gabriel: Zwei unheimliche Roman in einem Band. München: Goldmann Verlag, June 1993. 282, 282 p. 3rd printing. Trade paperback. ( German omnibus of Familiar Spirit & Gabriel.)
Gefangen: Unheimlicher Roman. München: Goldmann Verlag, September 1992. 282 p. Third printing. Mass market paperback. German. ( Familiar Spirit)
Ghosts and Other Lovers. Mountain Ash, UK: Sarob Press, 2002. 143 p. HC in dw.
Hellehart: Horrorverhalen. Utrecht: Uitgeverij Luitingh/Sijthoff, 1989. 274 p. Dutch. Trade paperback. (Night Visions 3)
Il Pianeta dei Venti, by George R. R. Martin and Lisa Tuttle. Milano: Editrice Nord, 1983. Italian. Trade paperback. ( Windhaven)
Le nid Paris: Denoël, 1990. 283 p. French. ( A Nest of Nightmares)
Lost Futures. New York: Dell/Abys, May 1992. 351 p. Mass market paperback.
Love On-Line. London: Mammoth, 1998. 208 p. Trade paperback.
Mad House. London: Mammoth 1998. 88 p. Trade paperback.
Memories of the Body. London: Grafton, 1992. 210 p. Trade paperback.
Night Visions 3. Niles, IL: Dark Harvest, 1986. 225 p. Hardcover in dw. 1st edition
Night Visions: All Original Stories by Clive Barker, Ramsey Campbell, Lisa Tuttle, edited by George R. R. Martin. London: Century, 1987. 298 p. Hardcover in dw.
Night Visions: Original Stories by Clive Barker, Ramsey Campbell, Lisa Tuttle, edited by George R. R. Martin. London: Arrow Books/Legend, 1987. 298 p. Mass market paperback.
Non Solo Con Il Rasoio, ed. by Lisa Tuttle. Milano: Arnoldo Mondadori Editrice, maggio 1994. 292 p. Italian. Trade Paperback ( Skin of the Soul) Includes Tuttle’s "Le mani del signor Elphinstone" ( "Mr. Elphinstone’s Hands").
Panther in Argyll. London: Mammoth, [2000]. 186 p. Mass market paperback.
Pillow Friend, The. Clarkston, GA: White Wolf, September 1996. 334 p. Hard cover in dw. First Edition.
Przystan Wiatrow. Poznan: Zysk I S-ka Wydawnictwo, n. d. 429 p. Mass market paperback. Polish. ( Windhaven )
Sielusi Hipiä, ed. by Lisa Tuttle. Helsinki: Kääntöpiiri, 1993. Finnish. ( Skin of the Soul) Includes "Mr. Elphinstone’s Hands" as "Herra Elphinstonen kädet".
Skin of the Soul, edited by Lisa Tuttle. New York: Pocket Books, October 1991. 270 p.
Snake Inside. London: Mammoth, 1999. 138 p.
Sturm über Windhaven, by George R. R. Martin and Lisa Tuttle. Erkrath: Fantasy Productions, 2003. 352 p. German. Hardcover.
Sur les ailes de cauchemar. Paris: Denoël, 1995. 295 p. French. Contents: "Sur les ailes du cauchemar,""Sans regrets,""Affaire de peau,""Le cheamp de pierres,""Le cabinet des esprits,""Lézard du désir,""La colonisation d’Edwin Beal,""Des maria,""Le Coeur d’une mere: une véridique histoire d’ours,""L’autre chamber,""Un bout de corde,""En pieces detachées,""Souvenirs du corps."
Windhaven, by George R. R. Martin and Lisa Tuttle. London: New English Library, February 1982. 315 p. 1st UK paperback edition.
"Windhaven," by George R. R. Martin and Lisa Tuttle. Bussum: CentriPress SF, 1982. 385 p. Dutch. Trade paperback.
Writing Fantasy and Science Fiction. London: A&C Black, 2001. 167 p. Trade paperback.



 

Series 15. Additional Books and Manuscripts, 1969-1979, undated.

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12/10 Variations on a Theme (1972) in: Sanskrit 4(2): 42-45. 1972. (Whole No. 9) (University of North Carolina, Charlotte literary magazine).
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12/20 Storms of Windhaven, by Lisa Tuttle and George R. R. Martin. (1975) as: Il pianeta dei venti, in: Robot Speciale 3, Supplemento al Robot No. 15. p. 68-122. (Translated from The 1976 World’s Best SF, edited by Donald A Wollheim.
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12/30 Wives, Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, undated.
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12/40 Dollburger, Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, undated.
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12/50 Flies by Night, Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, undated.
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12/60 The Horse Lord, Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, undated.
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12/70 Bug House, Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, undated.
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12/80 The Other Mother, Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, undated.
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12/90 Sangre, Fantastic, undated.
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12/100 Uncoiling, Fantastic, undated.
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12/110 The Birds of the Moon, Fantastic, undated.
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13/10 Stone Circle, Amazing Science Fiction, undated.
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13/20 Mrs. T, Amazing Science Fiction, undated.
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13/30 In The Arcade, Amazing Science Fiction, undated.
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13/40 Changelings, Galaxy, undated.
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13/50 Kin to Kaspar Hauser, Galaxy, undated.
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13/60 A Mother’s Heart: A True Bear Story, Isaac Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine, undated.
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13/70 A Spaceship Built of Stone, Isaac Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine, undated.
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13/80 One Wing, Part One, Analog Science Fiction Science Fact, undated.
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13/90 One Wing, Part Two, Analog Science Fiction Science Fact, undated.
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13/100 The Storms of Windhaven, Analog Science Fiction Science Fact, undated.
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14/10 The Familiar Spirit (Original story), mss, 44 sheets, with letter from Charles Grant, with comments and revision suggestions. Author’s note on original folder: "This is the original version (1979) of 'Familiar Spirit' – as a short story. The letter is from Charles Grant (I’d sent him the story as a submission to one of his Shadows anthologies in 1979) and is what inspired me to expand the story into a novel. Lisa Tuttle, 13 April 2005."
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14/20 Familiar Spirit. First draft, 1979-1980. Edited mss, p. [1] – 100.
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14/30 Familiar Spirit. First draft, 1979-1980. Edited mss, p. 101 – 216.
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14/40 Familiar Spirit. Second Draft, June 27, 1980. Edited mss, p. 1 – 115.
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14/50 Familiar Spirit. Second Draft, June 27, 1980. Edited mss, p. 116 – 228.
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14/60 A Spaceship Built of Stone, edited mss ,25 sheets, with Isaac Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine cover sheet for typesetting, 1980.
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14/70 Cassandra, Singing, in: Procrastination No. 13: 9-11, 1977.
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14/80 My Secret Place, in: Ash-Wing, No. 4: 22, September 1969.
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14/90 Censorship, in: Badmouth (Fanzine, ), p. 5-7. undated.
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14/100 True Confessions From the Fevered Brain of Lisa Tuttle, Mathom No. 4: 2. March 1970. (Fanzine, Lisa Tuttle, Editor.)
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14/110 At the Zoo, in: Tomorrow And . . . No. 5: 17-19, 1971.
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14/120 At the Zoo, in: Tomorrow And . . . No. 6: 12-13. (2 copies), 1971.
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14/130 True, in: Exile No. 6: 17-18, August 1969.
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14/140 Moving In, in: Sumermorn No.1: 18-25, Spring 1979.
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14/150 Life’s Visions, in: The Gostak, p. 5-6, 1969.
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14/160 Why I Don’t Live in a Men’s Dorm, or, Those Nights of Collating, in: Lizard Inn, No. 2: 3-4, November 1971.
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14/170 In the Shadows, Waiting, in: Union (Syracuse University) 2(3): [4-7], January 1973.
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14/180 A Piece of Rope, in: Shayol No. 1: 15-18, November 1977.
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15/10 Tuttle review of Women of the West, in Lone Star Book Review, 1(5): 21. October 1975.
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15/20 Through All the Days, in: The New Ingenue 2(1): 78-79, May 1974.
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15/30 Fearless Forecasters: Jim Giles: The Dedicated, by Lisa Tuttle. in: Austin 22(4): 19-21, April 1980.
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15/40 Storms of Windhaven. Part One, Ground Skimmer No. 45: 25-31. October 1976; Part Two, Hang Gliding No. 46: 25-32. November 1976; Part Three, Hang Gliding No. 47: 31-38. December 1976.
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15/50 Literature: From ‘Raggedy’ to Riches, in: Austin Arts and Leisure 1(3): 34, July 1979.
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15/60 Tuttle review of Chain of Chance, by Stanislaw Lem. in: Galileo 2(1): 86-87, September 1979.
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15/70 Face to Face: With the Uncanny World of Lisa Tuttle, in: Seventeen 31(8): 313-318. August 1972. Tuttle notes: "Face to Face with the Uncanny World of Lisa Tuttle” – my first 'big break'& national publicity!"
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16/10 Windhaven. Copy-edited mss, 1980, Prologue; Part One, Storm, p. 1-77.
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16/20 Windhaven. Copy-edited mss, 1980, Part Two, One-Wing, p. 1-157.
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16/30 Windhaven. Copy-edited mss, 1980, Part Three, The Fall, p. 1-173; Epilogue, p. 1-9. Two letters, George R. R. Martin to David Hartwell; one response, Hartwell to Martin.
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17/10 The Silver Bough (Working title: Incomers.) Journal: Workbook and Notes. Bound journal with holograph notes.
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17/20 The Silver Bough – Trade paperback Advance Reading Copy.
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17/30 The Incomers (working title), mss of The Silver Bough, with editor’s revision letter, hand-written corrections pages, and edited mss p. 1-150.
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17/40 The Incomers (working title), mss of The Silver Bough, edited mss p. 151-310, [13 p.] .
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17/50 The Silver Bough. First pass proofs, with transmittal letter and author’s correction notes. Editorial letter, correction notes, mss p. 1-147.
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17/60 The Silver Bough. First pass proofs, mss p. 148-328.
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18/10 Changling/The Mysteries, Notes and photographs.
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18/20 The Mysteries. "Earlier version." Mss, p. 1-210.
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18/30 The Mysteries. "Earlier version." Mss, p. 211-310, plus 44 variously numbered pages.
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18/40 The Mysteries. Production Manuscript, 2004. Cover letter; production notes (7 p.); "Style Guide" (11 p.); Layout guide (4 p.); Mss, p. 1-210.