Table of Contents, March 1995

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March 1995
Table of Contents vo l . 34 no. 3
M ai n Sto r i es
1994 Nebula Awards Final
Ballot………………………………….. 7
1995 Tiptree Award Presented 7
White Wolf to Publish Ellison
Backlist………………………………..8
Clarke Award Nominees………. 8
Sturgeon Award Revamped …. 8
Foundation Series to Continue 8
Waldenbooks ’94 Top Sellers.. 8
Stoker Awards Revamped……. 8
Warner/Tekno Tie-Ins……………. 9
Library of Congress Starts
Online SF Forum…………………. 9
The D a ta File
Hugo Nomination
Ballots Available……………………………9
Announcements………………………………9
Call for Papers………………………………… 9
Readings & Signings……………………….9
Comics Bits…………………………………… 75
Financial News………………………………75
Award News………………………………….75
Harrison Prize Update…………………… 76
Market News …………………………………76
Rushdie Update……………………………..76
Rights & Options………………………….. 76
Book News …………………………………….76
Multi-Media Update………………………. 76
Multi-Media Received…………………… 76
Publications Received…………………… 76
O b itu a r ie s
Patricia Highsmith………………………….74
Kenneth Sterling…………………………… 74
Stan Leventhal………………………………74
Susan Gudelis Maske……………………74
“Age does affect
your writing. I
could not write
the same book
now that I wrote
12 years ago.
I’m not the same
person.”
Elizabeth Moon
“It seems to me
that man and
woman have
changed damn
little in the last
several million
years, and I
don’t really see
them turning into
angels in the
next decade
or so.” Wilhelmina Baird
I n t e r v i e w s
Elizabeth Moon:
Question Assumptions………..4
Wilhelmina Baird:
What’s in a Name?…………….. 5
Locus Looks a t Books
– 13-
Distillations: Short Fiction
Reviews by Mark R. Kelly:
Century 3-4/95; Asimov’s 3/95, 4/95; Interzone
1/95; F&SF 2/95; Amazing Winter/95; Analog
2/95, 3/95; Tales of the Unanticipated #14;
Omni 1/95, 2/95.
– 17-
Reviews by Gary K. Wolfe:
Nobody’s Son, Sean Stewart; Resurrection
Man, Sean Stewart; Glory’s War, Alfred Coppel;
The Bohr Maker, Linda Nagata; Uncovering
Lives: The Uneasy Alliance of Biography and
Psychology, Alan C. Elms; Fairy Tale as Myth/
Myth as Fairy Tale, Jack Zipes; The Outspoken
Princess and The Gentle Knight: A Treasury
of Modern Fairy Tales, Jack Zipes, ed.
– 21-
Reviews by Faren Miller:
Lord of the Middle Air, Michael Scott Rohan;
Blue Motel, Peter Crowther, ed.; Blood, Michael
Moorcock; Lunching With the Antichrist,
Michael Moorcock; A Miracle of Rare Design,
Mike Resnick; Cyberweb, Lisa Mason; Justice
City, D.G. Compton; The Unnatural, David Prill;
SHORT TAKE: The Man Who Saw Red, Terry
Dowling.
-25-
Reviews by Russell Letson:
The Diamond Age, Neal Stephenson; Becoming
Human, Valerie J. Freireich; Proteus in the
Underworld, Charles Sheffield; Georgia on My
Mind, and Other Places, Charles Sheffield.
-29-
Reviews by Edward Bryant:
The Unnatural, David Prill; Grave Markings,
Michael Arnzen; The Language of Fear, Del
James; Love Bite, Sherry Gottlieb.
-33-
Short Reviews by
Carolyn Cushman:
Billy’s Drift, Charles Ashton; The Shining
Bridge, Charles Ashton; The Faery Convention,
Brett Davis; From Time to Time, Jack Finney;
Villains by Necessity, Eve L. Forward;
Silverhand, Morgan Llywelyn & Michael Scott;
Mirror of Destiny, Andre Norton; The Lord of
Middle Air, Michael Scott Rohan; Merlin’s
Bones, Fred Saberhagen.
Publisher & Editor-in-Chief: Charles N. Brown; Managing Editor: Marianne S. Jablon; Editors: Faren C. Miller, Carolyn F. Cushman;
Assistant Editor: Kirsten Gong-Wong; Editorial Trainee: Amy Sisson; Contributing Editors: Edward Bryant, Mark R. Kelly,
Russell Letson, Gary K. Wolfe; Special Projects: William G. Contento; Photographer: Beth Gwinn.
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Listings
Forthcoming Books……………………….36
British Forthcoming Books……………48
Magazines Received – January……..54
Books Received – January…………….56
British Books – December…………….. 67
Bestsellers……………………………………..72
Convention Listings………………………78
C o lumns & D epartments
People & Publishing……………………….10
Editorial Matters…………………………… 74
Locus Letters……………………………….. 74