|Miri, Who Charms (2010)||Appearances (2006)|
|Where The Road Goes (1998)||No Reck'ning Made (1993)|
|Of Such Small Differences (1988)||Age of Consent (1987)|
|Simple Gifts (1986)||The King's Persons (1963)|
|The Far Side of Victory (1983)||A Season of Delight (1981)|
|Founder's Praise (1976)||In This Sign (1970)|
|The Monday Voices (1965)||I Never Promised You A Rose Garden (1964)|
|With The Snow Queen - Short Stories (1991)||High Crimes and Misdemeanors - Short Stories (1979)|
|Rites of Passage - Short Stories (1972)||Summering: A Book of Short Stories (1966)|
|Anthologies containing stories by Joanne Greenberg|
|The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror Fifth Annual Collection (1992)|
You have to like it - to want to do it.
It's work. There's a plot process, a psychological part - figuring out the characters' motives and personalities. There's a situational part laid on structure and character.
There are the words you use both in the characters and in the surround.
There are endless revisions, great and small (see #1). Writing is as earthbound as that.