Table of Contents, October 1995

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M ain Sto r ies
Hershey Leaves Bantam for
Avon……………………………………… 8
Intersection Draws 4 ,8 0 0 …….. 8
Penguin 6 0 s ……………………………. 8
Chain Sales Way Up Ag a in …… 8
World Fantasy Awards Redux . 8
H.G. Wells Conference………….. 8
New Media Giant:
Time Warner/Turner Merge… 9
Space Art in Space………………… 9
Clarion Call W e s t……………………. 9
T h e D ata F il e
Rushdie Comes Out……………………………. 9
Publishing News…………………………………..9
Announcements…………………………………..9
Readings & Signings…………………………..9
Court Cases…………………………………………9
Awards & Contests…………………………… 67
Book News…………………………………………67
Bookstore News…………………………………67
Magazine News………………………………….67
Financial News…………………………………..67
On-Line News…………………………………….75
Multi-Media Update…………………………… 75
Market Update……………………………………75
Rights & Options………………………………. 75
Publications Received……………………….75
Multi-Media Received………………………..75
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October 1995
Table of Contents vol. 35 no. 4
Locus Looks at Books
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Distillations: Short Fiction
Reviews by Mark R. Kelly:
Interzone 8/95; F&SF 9/95; SF Age 9/95; Asimov’s
12/95; Realms of Fantasy 8/95.
O b itu a r ie s
John Brunner……………………………………….5
Michael Ende……………………………………..70
Edward Whittemore…………………………..70
Brigid Brophy……………………………………..70
Dr. Claude Avice………………………………. 70
Jay S. Garon………………………………………70
John Brunner
1934 – 1995
Appreciations by: Robert Silverberg, Christopher
Priest, Michael Moorcock, Sam J.
Lundwall, Carter Moody, Ian Watson, Brian
Aldiss, Gwyneth Jones, Niels Dalgaard, Peter
Nicholls, Dave Langford. See page 71.
I n ter view s
Elizabeth Hand: Reflections of a
Catholic School G irl…………………………6
S p e c ial F eatures
Complete Hugo Voting…………………….. 38
1995 Hugo Ceremony………………………. 40
L is tings
Convention Listings…………………………..44
Magazines Received – August………..45
Books Received – August……………….47
British Books – July………………………… 62
Bestsellers………………………………………….68
Photo Listings…………………………………… 78
C o lumns & D epa rtm en ts
People & Publishing………………………….10
Editorial Matters……………………………….. 73
Locus Letters……………………………………..74
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Reviews by Gary K. Wolfe:
The First Century After Beatrice, Amin Maalouf;
Blade Runner 2: The Edge of Human, K.W.
Jeter; Reading by Starlight: Postmodern Science
Fiction, Damien Broderick; Highcastle,
Stanislaw Lem; SHORT TAKES: The Arabian
Nights: A Companion, Robert Irwin; The Brothers
Grimm and Their Critics: Folktakes and the
Quest for Meaning, Christa Kamenetsky; Fire
and Power: The American Space Program as
Postmodern Narrative, William D. Atwill;
Stephen E. Fabian’s Women & Wonders; The
Julie Beil Portfolio.
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Reviews by Faren Miller:
The Bloody Red Baron, Kim Newman; The
Chess Garden: or The Twilight Letters of
Gustav Uyterhoeven, Brooks Hansen; Zod Wallop,
William Browning Spencer; The Golden
Nineties, Lisa Mason; The Off Season, Jack
Cady; Seasons of Plenty, Colin Greenland;
SHORT TAKE: PsyKosis, Wilhelmina Baird.
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Reviews by Russell Letson:
Fairyland, Paul McAuley; The Nano Flower, Peter
F. Hamilton; Harvest the Fire, Poul Anderson.
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Reviews by Edward Bryant:
The Off Season, Jack Cady; Vanitas, S.P.
Somtow; Batman: the Ultimate Evil, Andrew
Vachss; The Ghosts of Sieath, James Herbert;
SHORT TAKES: St. Louis Blues, Rex Miller; My
Dead Dog, Bobby, Joe R. Lansdale; The Final
Diary Entry of Kees Huijgens, William R. Stotler.
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Reviews by Shira Daemon:
The Golden Nineties, Lisa Mason; Shadow Man,
Melissa Scott; Project FarCry, Pauline Ashwell;
Dealers In Light and Darkness, Cherry Wilder;
Women of Wonder, The Contemporary Years,
Pamela Sargent, ed.; SHORT TAKE: Primary inversion,
Catherine Asaro.
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Short Reviews by Carolyn Cushman:
Born of Elven Blood, Kevin J. Anderson and
John Gregory Betancourt; Book of Moons, Rosemary
Edghill; Mid-Flinx, Alan Dean Foster;
Chicks in Chainmail, Esther Friesner, ed.; Great
Writers & Kids Write Spooky Stories, Martin H.
Greenberg, Jill M. Morgan, Robert Weinberg,
eds.; The Puppy Sister, S.E. Hinton; The Golden
Aquarians, Monica Hughes; Sympathy for the
Devil, Holly Lisle; A Basket of Wishes, Rebecca
Paisley; The Godmother’s Apprentice, Elizabeth
Ann Scarborough; The Star Stone, Christopher
Stasheff.
Publisher & Editor-in-Chief: Charles N. Brown, Managing Editor: Marianne S. Jablon; Editors: Faren C. Miller, Carolyn F. Cushman;
Assistant Editor: Kirsten Gong-Wong; Contributing Editors: Edward Bryant, Mark R. Kelly,
Russell Letson, Gary K. Wolfe; Special Projects: William G. Contento; Photographer: Beth Gwinn.
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