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Lisa Tuttle (Houston, 1952) is among the most respected fiction writers of the moment, having published both short stories and novels. The topics she is more comfortable with are fantasy, horror and science fiction, but she says that ghost stories have been her first love. Adria’s News interviews this multiawarded writer at the Celsius 232 Festival in Avilés to discover why she decided to move from the United States to Scotland, how was working with the famous author George R.R. Martin in their co-written novel Windhaven and, above all, to know why she refused the Nebula Award for her short story ‘The Bone Flute’.