Table of Contents, July 1991

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Table of Contents
LOCUS July 1991/3
MAIN STORIES
1991 Locus Awards…………………………………………..1
World SF Meeting in China………………………………1
Turner Tomorrow Award Winner…………………….. 5
Hollywood Spectacle for Hubbard Opening……….5
Kathy Gale Leaves P a n ……………………………………. 6
Tiptree Memorial Award Established……………….. 6
Hugo Awards Nominations: The Sequel…………… 6
Philip K. Dick Award Judges……………………………..7
DimeNovels Line Appears………………………………..7
First Books Announced…………………………………… 7
1991 ABA…………………………………………………………7
Tor Hangs 1 0 ……………………………………………………9
THE DATA FILE
Scientologists vs. Time……………………………………… 7
Publishing News……………………………………………….7
Announcements……………………………………………….7
Book News……………………………………………………..64
Awards………………………………………………………….. 65
SF Gaming……………………………………………………..65
Rights & Options……………………………………………65
Publications Received……………………………………. 65
Catalogs Received…………………………………………..65
INTERVIEWS
Terry Bisson: Finding the Voice………………………..4
SPECIAL FEATURES
Locus Poll Results…………………………………………. 38
COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS
People & Publishing………………………………………… 8
Agent’s Corner, Richard Curtis……………………….11
Moons & Stars & Stuff, Fritz Leiber……………….. 13
Locus Letters………………………………………………….62
Editorial Matters…………………………………………….62
LOCUS LOOKS AT BOOKS
Reviews by Faren M ille r…………………………………15
Sherwood, Parke Godwin; A Bridge of Years,
Robert Charles Wilson; Harmony, Marjorie
Bradley Kellogg; The End-of-Everything Man,
Tom De Haven; Flying Dutch, Tom Holt; The
Magic Spectacles, James P. Blaylock; D ark Future:
Comeback Tour (The Sky Belongs to the
Stars), Jack Yeovil; Tesseracts3, Candas Jane
Dorsey & Gerty Truscott, eds.; Madlands, K. W.
Jeter. SHORT TAKES: “Matter’s End”, Gregory
Benford; Omni 6/91.
Reviews by Russell Letson:……………………………..19
Lunar Descent, Alien Steele; Echoes of Thunder,
Jack C. Haldeman III and Jack Dann; Run
for the Stars, Harlan Ellison; The Dark Beyond
the Stars, Frank M. Robinson; One Side Laughing,
Damon Knight.
Reviews by Dan Chow:…………………………………… 21
Russian Spring, Norman Spinrad; The Dark
Beyond the Stars, Frank M. Robinson.
Reviews by Edward Bryant:……………………………..23
Needful Things, Stephen King; Prodigal,
Melanie Tem; Blood Price, Tanya Huff; The Gallery
of His Dreams, Kristine Kathryn Rusch;
SHORT TAKES: On the Far Side of the Cadillac
Desert with Dead Folks, Joe R. Landsdale; The
Tortuga Hills Gang’s Last Ride: the True Story,
Nancy A. Collins; Blood Sky, William F. Nolan;
From Hell, Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell;
Entity, Nina Mandelik; Hollywood Ghosts,
Frank D. McSherry, Jr., Charles G. Waugh &
Martin H. Greenberg, eds.
Reviews by Tom Whitmore:…………………………… 27
The Rainbow Abyss, Barbara Hambly; Nature’s
God: The Historical Illuminatus Chronicles
Volume Three, Robert Anton Wilson; The
Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror: Fourth Annual
Collection, Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling,
eds.; Fallen Angels, Larry Niven, Jeny
Poumelle, & Michael Flynn. SHORT TAKE:
The Gallery of His Dreams, Kristine Kathryn
Rusch.
Short Reviews by Scott Winnett:……………………..29
The Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror: Fourth
Annual Collection, Ellen Datlow & Terri
Windling, eds.; Quiver River, David Carkeet;
Fire in the Blood, P.N. Elrod; The Gilda Stories,
Jewelle Gomez; The Fantastic Adventures of
Robin Hood, Martin H. Greenberg, ed.; Gojiro,
Mark Jacobson; Stitch, Mark Morris; The Man
Upstairs, T.L. Parkinson; Tales of the Wandering
Jew, Brian Stableford, ed.; Peter Doyle,
John Vernon; Vampires, Jane Yolen & Martin
H. Greenberg, eds.
Art Book Reviews by Paul S. Clift: ………………….31
The Jim Burns Portfolio, Jim Burns; The
Bruce Pennington Portfolio, Bruce
Pennington; The Rodney Mathews Portfolio,
Rodney Mathews; The Chris Foss Portfolio,
Chris Foss; Diary of a Space Person, Chris
Foss.
Reviews by Carolyn Cushman:………………………. 33
The Phoenix Guards, Steven Brust; Aleph,
Storm Constantine; Dream Weaver, Jonathan
Wylie; Reefsong, Carol Severance; The Dragon
in the Stone, Allan Scott; SHORT TAKES:
Fire Sea, Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman; A
World Lost, James B. Johnson; Cat-A-Lyst,
Alan Dean Foster; Blue Moon Rising, Simon
Green
LISTINGS
Conventions………………………………………………….. 41
Magazines Received—May…………………………….. 43
Books Received—May……………………………………44
British Books—April………………………………………53
Bestsellers…………………………………………………….. 59
OBITUARIES
Sharon Baker………………………………………………… 60
An Appreciation by Sharan Newman……….. 60
An Appreciation by Brian W. Aldiss………… 60
Ioan Coulianu……………………………………………….. 60
Joyce Ballou Gregorian………………………………….61
Clarence P aget……………………………………………… 61
Richard Ellington…………………………………………..61
Lorena S. Haldeman………………………………………61
A c e ……………………………………….22,28
Avon……………………………………. 18,60
Baen……………………………………. 26,63
Bantam………………… 14,34,35,36,37
Classifieds…………………………………55
L.W. Currey………………………………..47
INDEX TO ADS
DAW……………………………………………..2
Del Rey………………………………… 24,30
Locus……………………………………….. 66
Locus Press…………………………….. 58
MZB Fantasy Magazine…………… 46
Owlswick………………………………….. 10
Byron Preiss……………………………..20
Tor…………………………………..12,16,68
Warner Questar…………………….32,67
Worlds of Wonder……………………. 48
Ted Turner, Daniel Quinn,
Lou Aronica…………………….(RM) 1
Terry Bisson ……………………..(BG) 1
World SF Conference
Attendees…………………….(CNB) 1
Terry Bisson……………………..(BG) 4
Janet Keller, Sara Cameron,
Andrew Goldblatt,
Daniel Q u in n …………………. (JJ) 5
PHOTO LISTING
L. Ron Hubbard Spectacle …. (F) 5
Kathy G a le ………………………(SRC) 6
Joe Haldeman…………………. (BG) 8
Pat Murphy,
Karen Joy Fowler……….. (CNB) 8
Gael Baudin o ………………………. (F) 8
Nancy Holder………………………. (F) 8
R. Garcia y Robertson, Sheila
Williams……………………….(CNB) 9
Rebecca Cowan,
Kevin J. Anderson…….. (NKH) 9
Tor Birthday Party…………….. (JJ) 9
Fritz Leib er………………………….(F) 13
Sharon Baker…………………..(RC) 60
loan Coulianu……………………. (F) 60
Richard & Pat Ellington …(REH) 61
PHOTO CREDITS: (RM) Ricia Mainhardt, (BG) Beth Gwinn, (CNB) C. N. Brown, (JJ) Jane Jewell, (F) furnished,
(SRC) Shelly Rae Clift, (NKH) N.K Hoffman, (RC) Robert Collins, (REH) Rachel E. Holmen.
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