"What Goes Up Must Come Down" (in You, Human, published by Dark Regions Press; forthcoming) — She engineered a way to have a future despite her malfunctioning body. Then she lived long enough to see it.
"The Repostory of All Our Potential" (in Not Our Kind: Tales of (Not) Belonging, published by Alliteration Ink; available at Alliteration Ink, Amazon, and B&N) — Interstellar space is vast and empty and boring; accidents happen. The crew of Ambassador named theirs Gaia, after a planet that she is tired of pretending is her home.
"Dawn of the Living Machines" (in Ravenwood: Stepson of Mystery, Volume 2, published by Airship 27; out of print) - Was the robot stolen, or did it run away? A sci-fi-tinged mystery in the old pulp style, featuring Ravenwood.