Tuttle is a sweet relief. By the time it was over I was so thoroughly violated that I needed to scrub my brain with steel wool . . . Tuttle's books are messy and chaotic. They feel desperate. They feel human. They feel like real life.
Tuttle manages to combine the restless, biting curiosity of a natural SF writer with an ability to project a real feeling.'
She brings to the literature a subtlety and power, which, sometimes shading into horror, is a quite distinctive voice demanding to be heard . . . exceptional, very female, art
Lisa Tuttle is good - very good
Lisa Tuttle's best fiction is like a slow settling of vast planes of thought and emotion - luminous, quiet, wry, and often bitter
Lisa Tuttle's contributions to SF and horror fiction have always been characterized by subtlety and adroitness.
Lisa Tuttle has quietly been writing remarkable, chilling short stories and powerful, haunting novels for many years now, and doing it so easily and so well that one almost takes it, and her, for granted. This would be as big a mistake as not reading Lisa Tuttle
Lisa Tuttle is a subtle and clever writer whose fantasy deals with the world we all believe we have sensed from time to time out of the corners of our eyes.