Table of Contents, May 1995

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M a in Sto r ie s
1994 Nebula Awards Winners 7
Oldest Living Penguin
Turns 6 0 ……………………………….. 7
Tor/St. Martin’s Sold……………….. 8
Putnam Berkley Changes
Hands……………………………………. 8
Wilson Wins
Philip K. Dick Award……………. 8
Bram Stoker Awards Nominees 8
BSFA Awards Nominations…… 9
Conan in the Courts……………….. 9
T h e D ata F il e
Some TV is Educational ……….. 9
Science/Fiction……………………….. 9
Announcements……………………… 9
Readings & Signings……………… 9
Book N ew s ……………………………. 73
Magazine News……………………. 73
Online N ew s …………………………. 74
Financial News ……………………… 74
Awards & Contests …………….. 74
Market N ew s ……………………….. 74
Rushdie Update……………………. 74
Rights & Options…………………. 74
Multi-Media Update …………….. 75
Con Problems……………………….. 75
Publications Received …………. 75
Multi-Media Received………….. 75
Catalogs Received……………….. 75
May 1995
Table of Contents vol. 34 no. 5
I nter v iew s
George R.R. Martin:
Running the S h ow ………………. 4
Donald E. McQuinn:
Luck of the Irish…………………… 5
O b itu a r ie s
Ian Ballantine: Some Appreciations
by Irwyn Applebaum……………….70
by Robert Silverberg……………….70
by Kevin J. Anderson……………. 70
by Tom Doherty………………………71
Bantam Staff Memo…………………71
Kent R. Patterson…………………….. 72
Appreciation by
Kristine Kathryn Rusch………….72
Evelyn Beheshti Hildebrandt…….72
Appreciation by
Spider Robinson……………………. 72
Diane Cleaver…………………………… 72
P h o to Story
Waking the Storm…………………. 11
C on ven tion s
International Conference
on the Fantastic…………………. 38
World Horror Convention…….. 40
Listin g s
International Books and Magazines
Received………………………………… 46
Convention Listings…………………. 48
Magazines Received – March …. 50
Books Received – March…………51
British Books – February………….63
Photo Listing………………………………78
C o I umns & D epartments
People & Publishing………………….10
Quote Page……………………………….. 35
Bestsellers………………………………… 68
Locus Letters……………………………..72
Editorial Matters………………………..73
Locus Looks a t Books
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Distillations: Short Fiction
Reviews by Mark R. Kelly:
Analog 7/95; Asimov’s 6/95; Asimov’s 7/95; F&SF
4/95; Omni 4/95; Omni Online 3/95; Time Spring
’95.
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Reviews by Gary K. Wolfe:
Dead Girls, Richard Calder; Bright Messengers,
Gentry Lee; Ganwold’s Child, Diann Thornley;
The Shifting Realities of Philip K. Dick; Selected
Literary and Philosophical Writings,
Lawrence Sutin, ed.; Philip K. Dick: Contemporary
Critical Interpretations, Samuel J. Umland,
ed.
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Reviews by Faren Miller:
Legacies, Alison Sinclair; Kamikaze L’Amour,
Richard Kadrey; Freezeframes, Katharine Kerr;
Kingdoms of the Night, Allan Cole & Chris
Bunch; The Blue Manor, Jenny Jones; Waking
the Moon, Elizabeth Hand.
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Reviews by Russell Letson:
Invader, C.J. Cherryh; The Killing Star, Charles
Pellegrino & George Zebrowski; Mirrorsun Rising,
Sean McMullen; Dead Girls, Richard Calder.
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Reviews by Edward Bryant:
Peter Straub’s Ghosts, Peter Straub, ed.; Now
You See It…, Richard Matheson; Cages, Ed
Gorman; The Cannibal Owl, Chad Oliver; Walking
Wolf, Nancy A. Collins; SHORT TAKE: Snow,
Glass, Apples, Neil Gaiman.
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Short Reviews by
Carolyn Cushman:
A Wild Dog and Lone, Dan Crawford; Challenger’s
Hope, David Feintuch; The Printer’s
Devil, Chico Kidd; The Misfit Apprentice, Robert
Levy; Emperor Mage, Tamora Pierce; City of
Bones, Martha Wells.
INDEX TO ADS
A ce ……………………… 24,34 Interzone………………….58
Avon ……………………….. 43 Locus……………………67,78
B a e n ……………… 14,32,53 Magnum Opus Con … 49
Bantam………………. 36,37 Northwest Publishing 54
Classifieds……………….65 Roc……………………………. 12
L.W. Currey………………52 Serendipity Books……79
DC Comics………………80 Sirius Fiction……………..64
Del R e y …………………6,20 To r…………… 2,18,22,26,30
Double Star Press…..57 Walker & Co……………….56
HarperPaperbacks 44,45 Warner……………………. 16
HarperSanFrancisco . 55 White Wolf………………..28
Letters, information, and credit card subscriptions
can be sent by E-mail to: locus@
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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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