Tiona (a sequel to Vaz)
by Laurence E Dahners
“Tiona” picks up six years after the end of Vaz. Tiona, Vaz’s daughter, is starting grad school in physics, but her experiments are plagued by bizarre movements in the membranes she's studying. When she mentions the movements to Vaz, typical for his odd autism-spectrum personality, he intensely focuses on the movements. Soon he has determined that her “problem” represents a physics breakthrough!