Table of Contents, May 1994

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#400, May 1994
Table of Contents vol. 32 n o . 5
M ai n Sto r i es
1994 Hugo Awards
Nominations……………………… 7
1993 Nebula Awards Winners..8
First Asimov Writing Award
Presented…………………………..8
Philip K. Dick Award Winners..8
Mary Rosenblum Wins Compton
Crook Award……………………….8
1994 UPC Award Contest
Opens………………………………… 8
Farenheit 451 in Trouble……….8
BSFA Awards Winners………….8
1994 Bram Stoker
Nominations……………………….8
Comics Fanzine Ruled
Obscene…………………………….. 9
SF Writer Jailed…………………….9
Greenberg Sells Tomorrow, Inc. 9
T he D a t a File
Announcements……………………………….9
Readings & Signings………………………. 9
Awards News……………………………………9
Convention News……………………………64
Publishing News…………………………….64
C ritical Fe a ture
Utopia: Dream or Pipe Dream?
by Brian W. A ld is s …………… 41
O b i tu a r ie s
Raymond Z. Galiun……………………….. 62
An Appreciation by Ralph Sciano. 62
Raymond F. Jo n e s ………………………… 62
Frank Ridley………………………………….. 62
Donald Swann………………………………..62
Eugene Ionesco………………………………63
Helen W o lff……………………………………. 63
Margaret M illar……………………………….63
Robert Shea: An Appreciation
by Algis B u d ry s …………………………. 63
INDEX TO ADS
A ce …………………….. 16,32 Del R e y ………………. 14,24
Avon……………………….. 12 Interzone…………………….57
Baen…………… 6,18,22,30 Kent State Univ. Press 49
Bantam………………. 34,35 L o c u s ………………………. 70
Carroll & G ra f…….. 42,43 Rulon-Miller Books…..48
Classified A d s …………. 58 T o r…………….. 20,40,65,72
Cleveland State Univ. 51 W a rn e r……………………….2
L.W. Currey……………..47 Wildside P re s s …………..28
DC Comics……………… 71
C onference
o f A c ad emics
1994 International Conference
on the Fantastic in the Arts ..36
C onvention
o f H o r r o r s
1994 World Horror
Convention……………………. 38
Gahan Wilson finds a new
friend at the World Horror Con
I nterviews
Joe Haldeman: A Lost Year…. 4
Lisa Mason: Politics and
Ecstasy……………………………… 5
Listin g s
Convention Listings……………….44
Magazines Received – March……45
Books Received – March………… 46
British Books – February………… 56
Bestsellers……………………………. 60
Photo Listing………………………… 70
C o I umns & D epartments
People & Publishing………………. 10
QuotePage……………………………. 33
Market Reports……………………… 61
Editorial Matters……………………..63
Locus Letters……………………….. 64
Locus Looks a t Books
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Distillations: Short Fiction
Reviews by Mark R. Kelly:
Asimov’s 5/94; Analog 4/94; Analog 5/94; F&SF
3/94; F&SF 4/94; Galaxy 3-4/94; Science Fiction
Age 3/94; Interzone 3/94; Omni 3/94; Omni4/94.
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Reviews by Faren Miller:
Summer of Love, Lisa Mason; Eva Fairdeath,
Tanith Lee; Primavera, Francesca Lia Block; Wild
Blood, Nancy Collins; Diamond Mask, Julian
May; Gun, with Occasional Music, Jonathan
Lethem.
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Reviews by Gary K. Wolfe:
I. Asimov: A Memoir, Isaac Asimov; Asimov: The
Unauthorised Life, Michael White; White Shark,
Peter Benchley; Terminal Games, Cole Perriman;
Gun, with Occasional Music, Jonathan Lethem;
Unconquered Countries: Four Novellas, Geoff
Ryman; Mind Fields: The Art of Jacek Yerka/
The Fiction of Harlan Ellison, Jacek Yerka &
Harlan Ellison.
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Reviews by Edward Bryant:
The Quorum, Kim Newman; Mucho Mojo, Joe
R. Lansdale; The Moons of Summer, S.K.
Epperson; The Werewolf’s Sin, Cheri Scotch;
SHORT TAKES: Dracula: The Rare Text of 1901,
Bram Stoker; The City, James Herbert; Equinox,
Samuel R. Delany; The Motion of Light in Water,
Samuel R. Delany; The V.C. Andrews Trivia
and Quiz Book, Stephen J. Spignesi.
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Reviews by Russell Letson:
Flowerdust, Gwyneth Jones; Demon Moon, Jack
Williamson; The Guide to Larry Niven’s
Ringworld, Kevin Stein.
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Short Reviews by Scott Winnett:
Flames of the Dragon, Robin Wayne Bailey; The
Black Mariah, Jay R. Bonansinga; This Dark
Paradise, Wendy Haley; The Uprising, Abigail
McDaniels; Tonguing the Zeitgeist, Lance Olsen;
The Forbidden Game Volume I: The Hunter, L.J.
Smith; Captains Outrageous Or, For Doom the
Bell Tolls, Roy V. Young; The Challenge.
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Short Reviews by Carolyn Cushman:
Dragon Sleeping, Craig Shaw Gardner; The First
Chronicles of Druss the Legend, David A.
Gemmell; Shadows Fall, Simon R. Green; The
Frogs of War, Andrew Harman; Grailblazers,
Tom Holt; Faust Among Equals, Tom Holt; The
Girl Who Heard Dragons, Anne McCaffrey; The
Warden of Horses, Karen Ripley; Trouble and
Her Friends, Melissa Scott; The Witch Doctor,
Christopher Stasheff.
Editor & Publisher: Charles N. Brown; Associate Editor: Faren C. Miller; Assistant Editors: Marianne S. Jablon. Carolyn F. Cushman;
Editorial Assistant: Kirsten Gong-Wong; Contributing Editors: Edward Bryant, Mark R. Kelly, Russell Letson, Tom Maddox,
Scott Winnett, Gary K. Wolfe; Special Projects: William G. Contento; Photographer: Beth Gwinn.
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