Table of Contents, October 1994

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M ai n Sto r ies
1994 Hugo Awards Winners … 7
ConAdian Report……………………. 7
Into the Abyss………………………… 8
Wizards Hire Silverstein
for New Imprint……………………. 8
Ellison Wins Delayed Stoker…. 8
Weis & Hickman All O v e r ……… 8
B. Dalton Hugo Winners
Promotion……………………………… 8
1993 Chesley Awards Winners 8
1994 Aurora Awards Winners . 8
Burning Brite…………………………… 9
Merril Collection
in Trouble Again…………………… 9
Dell Magazine Copyright Change.9
Interzone/SF Nexus Merger…… 9
T h e D ata F il e
Cross-Country King……………………..9
Clarion Call…………………………………..9
Del Rey and Legend Join Forces.. 9
Borders-Walden Public Offering … 9
Announcements……………………………9
Readings & Signings…………………72
Awards & Contests…………………… 72
Calls for Papers………………………… 72
Censorship News………………………72
Book News………………………………… 73
Magazine News………………………… 73
Market News………………………………73
Media News……………………………….73
Rights & Options……………………….73
WorldCon News………………………… 73
Forthcoming US Books……………. 73
Publishing News………………………..73
Bookstore News………………………..73
Financial News…………………………. 73
Publications Received……………….74
Audio & Video Received…………… 74
Catalogs Received…………………… 74
INDEX TO ADS
Ace…………………………. 16 L o c u s ……………………….78
Avon……………………….. 18 Locus Press……………. 45
Baen…………….. 14,24,79 Robinson……………….. 26
Bantam …………….. 36,37 Tor…… 6,12,28,34,47,80
Classified Ads……….. 65 Walker & Co……………. 55
Del R e y ………….. 2,20,30 Warner…………………… 32
Inte rzo n e ………………… 63 WCS Books……………. 53
I n ter view s
Nina Kiriki Hoffman:
Bedtime Stories……………………. 4
Delia Sherman:
The Other Aliens…………………. 4
S p ec ia l F eatures
Complete Hugo Voting……….. 38
Star Trek in the Vietnam Era . 43
C onventions
1994 Hugo Awards Ceremony 40
1994 SFRA Conference …….. 4 2
P hoto Sto r i es
Arthur C. Clarke Tours Florida…..46
First Fandom at Rivercon………….46
Clarion West 1 9 9 4 ……………………. 46
O b itu a r ie s
James Clavell…………………………… 70
Morris Scott Dollens: An Appreciation
by William Lomax…………………… 70
L is tings
Convention Listings………………….48
Magazines Received – August… 49
Books Received – August………. 51
British Books – J u ly …………………62
Bestsellers………………………………… 68
C o I umns & D epartments
People & Publishing………………….10
QuotePage………………………………… 35
Locus Letters……………………………..70
Editorial Matters………………………..71
Guest Editorial
by Michael Swanwick……………. 72
October 1994
Table of Contents vol . 33 no. 4
Locus Looks a t Books
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Distillations: Short Fiction
Reviews by Mark R. Kelly:
SF Age 9/94; F&SF 9/94; Asimov’s 10/94; Analog
10/94; Interzone 8/94; Alfred Hitchcock 10/94;
Omni 9/94.
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Reviews by Faren Miller:
A Fisherman of the Inland Sea, Ursula K. Le Guin;
Otherness, David Brin; The Coming of Vertumnus,
and Other Stories, Ian Watson; Taltos, Anne
Rice; The Summit, Edward Myers; Spear of
Heaven, Judith Tarr; SHORT TAKE: The Breath
of Suspension, Alexander Jablokov.
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Reviews by Gary K. Wolfe:
Shadow’s End, Sheri S. Tepper; Dark Rivers of
the Heart, Dean Koontz; Death Dream, Ben Bova;
Rim: A Novel of Virtual Reality, Alexander
Besher; Half the Day is Night, Maureen F.
McHugh; Nevermore, William Hjortsberg; The
Best from Fantasy & Science Fiction: A 45th
Anniversary Anthology, Kristine Kathryn Rusch
& Edward L Ferman, eds.; Nebula Award-Winning
Novellas, Martin H. Greenberg, ed.; Washed
by a Wave of Wind: Science Fiction from the
Corridor, M. Shayne Bell, ed.; Lovelock, Orson
Scott Card & Kathryn Kidd; Understanding Comics:
The Invisible Art, Scott McCloud; Martians
and Misplaced Clues: The Life and Work of
Fredric Brown, Jack Seabrook.
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Reviews by Russell Letson:
Beggars and Choosers, Nancy Kress; The Jericho
Iteration, Allen Steele; Permutation City,
Greg Egan; SHORT TAKES: Cosmic Horizons:
The Art of Robert McCall; Space Voyages, Bob
Dixon; Space Voyages II, Bob Dixon; Event Horizons,
Bob Eggleton.
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Reviews by Edward Bryant:
Insomnia, Stephen King; Fires of Eden, Dan
Simmons; The Year’s Best Horror Stories: XXII,
Karl Edward Wagner, ed.; SHORT TAKES: The
Fearmakers, John McCarty, ed.; The Mask Returns,
John Arcudi & Doug Mahnke; Drive-In
Date, Joe R. Lansdale.
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Reviews by Wendy Bradley:
The Dolphins of Pern, Anne McCaffrey; Caliban’s
Hour, Tad Williams; Bloodstone, David Gemmell.
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Short Reviews by Carolyn Cushman:
Demon Blade, Mark A. Garland & Charles G.
McGraw; The Laughing Corpse, Laurell K.
Hamilton; Nautilus, Vonda N. McIntyre; Brian
Froud’s Faerielands: Something Rich and
Strange, Patricia A. McKillip; Spoiling Chance,
Elizabeth Moon; The Flight of Michael McBride,
Midori Snyder; M’Lady Witch, Christopher
Stasheff; Lords of the Sky, Angus Wells; The
Raven Ring, Patricia C. Wrede; The Halloween
Husband, Sandra Heath.
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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