This coming Tuesday, February 7 will be a "Thieves' Night" ("what can we steal from [William Gibson / Catherine Moore / insert name here...") discussion of two powerful stories: "The Winter Market" by William Gibson, and "No Woman Born" by Catherine Moore. Craig deLancey & Eric Scoles will facilitate.
Both stories are concerned with the essential questions of what it means to be human, explored through the conceits of mind-uploading (Gibson) and total-body-prosthesis (Moore).
"The Winter Market" is anthologized in Burning Chrome, which collects most of Gibson's short work and readily available at most decent bookstores and libraries and in many used book stores. (I recommend checking Rick's Recycled on Monroe.) You may also be able to find copy online.
"No Woman Born" is widely anthologized, but probably most readily available in print as part of The Best of C. L. Moore. Again, you may also find it online.