Molly Gloss made her first sale in 1984. She published a fantasy novel, Outside the Gates, in 1986, and another novel, The Jump-Off Creek, a “woman’s western,” was released in 1990. In 1997, she published an SF novel, The Dazzle of Day, which was a New York Times Notable Book for that year. Another SF novel, Wild Life, won the prestigious James Tiptree, Jr. Memorial Award. in 2001. Her most recent novels, both westerns, are The Hearts of Horses and Falling from Horses: A Novel. She lives in Portland, Oregon.


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Lambing Season

REPRINT FICTION by Molly Gloss in Issue 93 – June 2014

From May to September Delia took the Churro sheep and two dogs and went up on Joe-Johns Mountain to live. She had that country pretty much to herself all summer. Ken Owen sent one of his Mexican hands up every other week with a load of groceries but otherwise she was alone, alone with the […]