Table of Contents, August 1994

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August 1994
Table of Contents vol. 33 n o . 2
M ain Sto ries Locus Looks at Books
1994 Locus Aw a rd s ……………….. 7
Cavelos Quits D e ll…………………..8
No Campbell Winner; Johnson
Wins Sturgeon Aw a rd …………. 8
Byron Preiss Multimedia
Goes Public………………………….. 8
Viacom Fires Snyder;
S&S Speculation…………………..8
Authors Buy
Publishing Imprint…………………9
King Tour Plans Progress………9
Klingon Bible S ch ism…………….. 9
T h e D ata F ile
Publishers Pull Out
of ABA Trade Show……………………… 9
Crown Books CEO Resigns……………. 9
BIG Entertainment Mall Kiosks……….9
Publishing News………………………………9
Announcements……………………………….9
Call for Papers…………………………………9
Readings & Signings………………………. 9
Financial News……………………………….73
Legal Briefs……………………………………73
Bookstore News……………………………..73
Market News…………………………………..73
Awards News…………………………………73
Magazine News…………………………….. 73
Electronic News……………………………. 73
Italian SF Library…………………………… 73
Art News………………………………………..73
Overseas Convention Update………..73
Interviews
Charles Sheffield: Future
Nightmares, Future Dreams ..5
S pecial
P hoto Sto ries
Gernsback at Writers Conference … 74
The Stars Our Destination
Sixth Anniversary Bash…………….. 74
1994 Eaton Conference………………….74
Stoker Awards Ceremony…………….. 75
Venice Fantasy Art Exhibit……………. 75
Marion Zimmer Bradley’s
Baycon Birthday…………………………75
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Locus Poll Results……………………… 42
O b ituaries
Gerd Prokop…………………………………..70
Franz Joseph Schnaubelt……………… 70
James Pollack………………………………. 70
Listings
Magazines Received – June………52
Books Received – June…………….53
British Books – May…………………. 63
Bestsellers……………………………….. 68
Photo Listing…………………………….78
C o lumns & D epartments
People & Publishing………………… 10
Reports from the Electronic Frontier,
Tom Maddox…………………………..13
QuotePage……………………………….. 39
Market Reports………………………….67
Locus Letters……………………………70
Editorial Matters………………………..70
Reviews by Faren Miller:
Inagehi, Jack Cady; Street, Jack Cady; Bibliomen,
Gene Wolfe; Calde of the Long Sun, Gene Wolfe;
Calenture, Storm Constantine; SHORT TAKES:
Soul Music, Terry Pratchett; Time and Time
Again, Dennis Danvers.
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Reviews by Gary K. Wolfe:
The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror: Seventh
Annual Collection, Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling,
eds.; The Oxford Book of Fantasy Stories, Tom
Shippey, ed.; Somewhere East of Life, Brian
Aldiss; Metaworlds: Best Australian Science
Fiction, Paul Collins,ed.; ANNIVERSARY ROUNDUP:
Moon Shot, Alan Shepard & Deke Slayton with
Jay Barbree & Howard Benedict; Deke!, Donald K.
“Deke” Slayton with Michael Cassutt; STAR TREK
ROUNDUP: Star Trek Creator, David Alexander;
Gene Roddenberry: The Myth and the Man
Behind “Star Trek”, Joel Engel; Star Trek Memories,
William Shatner with Chris Kreski; Gene
Roddenberry: The Last Conversation, Yvonne
Fern; All I Really Need to Know I Learned from
Watching Star Trek, Dave Marinaccio.
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Reviews by Russell Letson:
Genetic Soldier, George Turner; Tripoint, C.J.
Cherryh; Furious Gulf, Gregory Benford; Climbing
Olympus, Kevin J. Anderson.
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Reviews by Edward Bryant:
Northern Frights 2, Don Hutchinson, ed.
Darkman #2: The Price of Fear, Randall Boyll
Sports & Music, Lucius Shepard; SHORT TAKES:
Neuromancer, William Gibson; Reverbstorm 1,
David Britton; “III Met By Moonlight: the Original
Motion Picture Soundtrack”
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Reviews by Wendy Bradley:
The Hidden City, David Eddings; Shadow Sisters,
Stephen Marley; Greylady, Peter Morwood;
The Wolf of Winter, Paula Volsky; Faery in
Shadow, C.J. Cherryh.
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Short Reviews by Carolyn Cushman:
Painted Devil, Michael Bedard; A Prince Among
Men, Robert N. Charrette; A Midsummer’s Magic,
Mary Chase Comstock; By Honor Betray’d, Debra
Doyle & James D. Macdonald; The Sword of
Maiden’s Tears, Rosemary Edghill; Midshipman’s
Hope, David Feintuch; Shadow of a Dark Queen,
Raymond E. Feist; Memoirs of a Bookbat, Kathryn
Lasky; Wolf-Speaker, Tamora Pierce; The Godmother,
Elizabeth Ann Scarborough; Specters of
the Dawn, S. Andrew Swann.
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Short Reviews by Scott Winnett:
Scream for Jeeves: A Parody, P.H. Cannon,
Shade, David Darke; Dead in the Water, Nancy
Holder; Coyote Blue, Christopher Moore;
Frankenstein’s Children: The Creation, Richard
Pierce; Samurai Cat Goes to the Movies, Mark E.
Rogers; Ripper, Michael Slade; Bizarre Dreams,
Caro Soles & Stanislaus Tal, eds.
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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APOLLO 11:
A Look Back
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Distillations: Short Fiction
Reviews by Mark R. Kelly:
Crank! Spring 94; Analog 7/94; Interzone 6/94; Tomorrow
#9 (6/94); F&SF 7/94; SF Age 7/94; Manifest
Destiny Winter 93; Offworlds Winter 93/94;
Omni 7/94.