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Silent City, The (1981)

Vonarburg, Elisabeth    

*** Main Bi Character, Gay/Female World

Category: Far future
Summary: Elisa, the main character, can change her shape, but she only has sex with members of the opposite sex. There's a hint that Judith is having a lesbian relationship, but nothing definite. There's an all-woman society.

Added on 5/8/2000
Starfish (1999)

Watts, Peter    

***** Minor Lesbian Character

Category: Science fiction
Summary: Deep sea thermal power station crewed by social misfits; new life forms that threaten to overtake the earth; evil corporations trying to suppress the threat; artificial intelligence with different priorities than the programmers intended. Those are some of the themes of this dark and complex novel. Two of the female rifters are lovers.

Added on 7/30/2007
Killing of Worlds, The (2003)

Westerfeld, Scott    

*** Major Lesbian Character, Gay/Female World

Category: Space-based
Summary: The second book in the series starting with The Risen Empire. The female lovers continue in this book and take on new importance toward the end.

Added on 4/4/2004
Risen Empire, The (2003)

Westerfeld, Scott    

*** Minor Lesbian Character, Gay/Female World

Category: Space-based
Summary: Scott Westerfeld has created a universe in which death, "The Old Enemy" has finally been vanquished. Over 1,600 years ago, one man developed a technology to enable his dying 12-year-old sister to survive. The only hitch is that the patient had to die first and be resurrected. The Empire is threatened by the Rix, an all-female “race” of cyborgs who worship AI compound minds. One Rix commando and a human soldier (female) fall in love toward the end of the book.

Added on 4/2/2004
Fine Prey (1998)

Westerfeld, Scott    

*** Main Bi Character

Category: Science fiction
Summary: The main character was bi (she liked older women or young men), but the only sexual relationships she (or anyone else in the book) engaged in were woman-woman.

Added on 11/3/1999
Polymorph (1997)

Westerfeld, Scott    

** Main Bi Character

Category: Science Fiction
Summary: The main character is a woman who can change her body any way she wants to. Sometimes she goes to dyke bars. The dyke bar scene was kind of silly, with the women having a big orgy in the pool in the middle. The book had way too much sex--almost as if it were spawned from the author's sexual fantasies about shape changing.

Added on 8/1/1999
Daughters of Moab, The (2008)

Westwood, Kim    

**** Main Lesbian Character

Category: Dystopian future
Summary: This was an unusual book, defying easy categorization. Post-apocalyptic science fiction with a touch of fantasy and the absurd. You've got the misguided anti-science religious group barely surviving a devastated planet, and the fruit of said scientists' wombs, you could say, who are the only hope for the future. It kept me interested all the way through; I never quite knew what would happen next.

Added on 10/21/2009
Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang (1976)

Wilhelm, Kate    

** Main Bi Character

Category: Far future
Summary: A novel about cloning where the clones decide they are better than sexually reproduced children. They clone themselves in groups and the members of the groups (all one sex) have sex with each other, which is where the homosexuality parts come in.

Added on 6/1/2000
Time Well Bent (2009)

Wilkins, Connie, ed.    Lesbian Author!

** Main Lesbian Character

Category: Science Fiction
Summary: Queer alternative histories. I wasn't that impressed. Some of my difficulty can be attributed to the fact that it is harder to grasp alternate histories when you don' t know the original history but the story assumes that you do. I also don't like stories that make

Added on 1/8/2010
Ghost Sister, The (2001)

Williams, Liz    

*** Major Bi Character, Gay/Female World

Category: Humans on another planet
Summary: A crew from the planet Irie St Syre come to Monde D'Isle to find out what happened to their lost colony, and to bring it back to the Gaian fold if necessary. What they find are a new kind of human, designed to live in harmony with the environment, and only one crewmember has the insight and wisdom to question the purpose of their original mission. The natives of Monde D'Isle are all bisexual and one of the main crewmembers is mourning the death of her female lover.

Added on 7/15/2007
Chronoliths, The (2001)

Wilson, Robert Charles    

*** Major Lesbian Character

Category: Science Fiction
Summary: Giant monuments start appearing from the future, destroying cities, and throwing the world into chaos. One of the major characters is a lesbian.

Added on 1/10/2004
Random Acts of Senseless Violence (1993)

Womack, Jack    

***** Main Lesbian Character

Category: Dystopian future
Summary: Twelve-year-old Lola Hart's family life decays along with the urban landscape around her. When her parents lose their jobs and move from Upper East Side Manhattan to Harlem, Lola finds herself spending more and more time with a local street gang. Amid these crises, Lola also discovers that she likes girls.

Added on 12/1/1996
Playing God (1998)

Zettel, Sarah    

***** Gay/Female World

Category: Alien society
Summary: This was an excellent book about a planet (ruled by females) that is mired in civil war and the attempts made by humans to intervene. The situation is realistically complex. Zettel is an excellent writer and I recommend all her books.

Added on 10/7/1999
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