Table of Contents, December 1994

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December 1994
Table of Contents vol . 33 no. 6
M ain St o r ies
1 9 9 4 World Fantasy Awards .. 7
Meredith Agency
Leaves SF Field…………………… 8
Powers Buys Book Back……….. 8
Cavelos Launches
Editorial Service………………….. 8
Ellison Goes Two-Dimensional . 8
HWA Election…………………………. 8
US Dominates
World Book Market…………….. 9
Writers and Electronic Rights .. 9
Agents vs. Publisher……………… 9
Encyclopedia of Horror
to Appear in Germany………… 9
England Invaded……………………11
T h e D ata F ile
Readings & Signings……………….. 9
Announcements………………………. 9
Publishing News……………………. 77
Financial News……………………… 77
Awards & Contests………………… 77
Court Cases………………………….. 77
Rushdie Update…………………….. 77
Book News……………………………. 77
Magazine News…………………….. 77
Rights & Options…………………… 77
Market News…………………………. 77
Publications Received……………. 78
Multi-Media Items Received……. 78
Audio News…………………………… 78
Multi-Media Update……………….. 78
Catalogs Received………………… 78
I ntervi ews
Nancy Collins:
Small Apocalypses ………………4
Sean Stewart:
Growing Up Amphibious…….. 5
O b itu aries
Devendra P. Varma………………… 74
Clint Bigglestone…………………… 74
Appreciation by Tom Whitmore 74
Pat Killough………………………….. 74
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Outstanding
1995 Titles!
All One Universe by Poul Anderson,
The Time Ships by Stephen
Baxter, Legacy by Greg Bear, Sailing
Bright Eternity by Gregory
Benford, Paint it Black by Nancy
Collins, The Ivory and the Horn
by Charles de Lint, Belgarath
the Sorcerer by David Eddings,
Axiomatic by Greg Egan, Slow
River by Nicola Griffith, Ancient
Echoes by Robert Holdstock, The
Lions of Al-Rassan by Guy Gavriel
Kay, Rose Mader by Stephen
King, Freedom’s Landing by Anne
McCaffrey, Expiration Date by Tim
Powers, Blue Mars by Kim Stanley
Robinson, The Stone Garden by
Mary Rosenblum, The Diamond
Age by Neal Stephenson, Metropolitan
by Walter Jon Williams,
Remake by Connie Willis.
Listin g s
Forthcoming Books…………………34
British Forthcoming Books…….. 44
Convention Listings………………..50
Magazines Received – October. 53
Books Received – October……..54
British Books – September……. 66
Bestsellers…………………………….. 72
C o I umns & D epartments
Writing and the Law
by David Kogelman…………………9
People & Publishing………………..11
Report from the Electronic Frontier
by Tom Maddox……………………. 13
QuotePage………………………………31
Locus Letters…………………………. 74
Editorial Matters…………………….. 75
Locus Looks a t Books
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Distillations: Short Fiction
Reviews by Mark R. Kelly:
Asimov’s 12/94; Asimov’s mid-12/94; Asimov’s
1/95; Interzone 10/94; Omni 11/94; SF Age
11/94; Tomorrow 10/94; Amazing Fall/94.
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Reviews by Faren Miller:
The Carnival of Destruction, Brian Stableford;
Serpent’s Blood, Brian Stableford; Reluctant
Voyagers, Elisabeth Vonarburg; The Fallen
Moon, Ian Watson; Bride of the Rat God, Barbara
Hambly; SHORT TAKE: Land O’Goshen,
Charles McNair.
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Reviews by Gary K. Wolfe:
Ring, Stephen Baxter; Matter’s End, Gregory
Benford; The Stone Garden, Mary Rosenblum;
City of the Iron Fish, Simon Ings; Something
Rich and Strange, Patricia A. McKillip; SHORT
TAKES: The Art of James Christensen: A Journey
of the Imagination, as told to Renwick St.
James; Illustrations Arcanum, Frank Frazetta;
Bernie Wrightson’s Frankenstein, Mary
Wollstonecraft Shelley; Age of Innocence: The
Romantic Art of Jeffrey Jones, Arnie Fenner &
Cathy Burnett, eds.; The Goddess Paintings,
Susan Seddon Boulet, text by Michael Babcock.
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Reviews by Russell Letson:
Witch, Donald E. McQuinn; A Land Fit for Heroes,
Vol 2: Stand Alone Stan, Phillip Mann; The
Engines of God, Jack McDevitt.
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Short Reviews by Carolyn Cushman:
The Hidden War, Michael Armstrong; No Earthly
Sunne, Margaret Ball; Deathstalker, Simon R.
Green; Prince of Wolves, Susan Krinard; Prince
of Dreams, Susan Krinard; The Eagle and the
Nightingales, Mercedes Lackey; Mind-Surfer,
Mark Leon; Dagger’s Point, Anne Logston;
Siduri’s Net, P.K. McAllister; The Alchemist of
Time, Karen Ripley; A Place Between, Hugh
Scott; The Judas Cross, Charles Sheffield &
David Bischoff.
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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