Read what some reviewers think about my fiction:
"The two stories that form the thematic hinge of the issue are Nancy Jane Moore's "Three O'Clock in the Morning" and Ray Vukcevich's "Pretending." . . . Both of these are emotionally affecting stories of the relationship between love, loneliness, marriage, and society."
"The stories themselves cut an astonishing cross-section through the heart of modern short SF. From the terse action fiction of William C. Dietz and Anne Bishop, to the jewel-like cyber-punk poetry of Tom Cool, to the tough-minded and elegiac "Borders," by Nancy Jane Moore -- Treachery and Treason presents stories that transcend the science fiction genre. Particularly good are the stories by Cool and Moore. "Frozen" is a dazzling tone poem to love and broken promises. "Borders" by Nancy Jane Moore is a riveting action story of a labor revolt, set on the Texas-Mexican border in the near future, and of the anguished soldiers who are brought in to put it down. Moore is a clean, tough action writer with a fine eye for historical irony, an unsentimental view of political reality, and a sense of genuine moral outrage at her heart. Buy the book for "Borders." Keep it to read the rest."
"The baddies range from truly human villains -- as in the wonderful story by new author Nancy Moore, to otherworldly creeps -- like Esther Friesner's charmer, to something in between -- see Scott Edelman's unusual second person narrative. This book is a keeper, one of those collections you'll enjoy reading more than once."