Table of Contents, November 1995

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M ain Sto r ies
Schelling Leaves HarperPrism . 8
Rawn Sells to A v o n ………………. 8
UK Net Book Agreement Dies . 8
Big Loss at Wildside………………. 9
The D a ta File
Rushdie Banned Again…………… 9
Conan in the Courts:
An Update…………………………….. 9
Book Sales Up in 1 9 9 4 ………….. 9
Global Publishing Still Rare……. 9
Publishing N ew s …………………….. 9
Announcements…………………….. 9
Calls For Papers …………………….. 9
Readings & Signings…………… 75
Financial News…………………….. 75
On-Line N ew s ………………………. 75
Multi-Media Update …………….. 75
Market Update…………………….. 75
Magazine News……………………. 75
Interviews
Samuel R. Delany:
Teaching and Writing………….4
Brian Jacques: Rodent Warrior 5
O b itu a r ie s
Pierre Barbet…………………………..78
Eric Garber………………………………78
Bessie Delany………………………….78
John Brunner: Appreciations
by Joe Haldeman…………………78
by David Brin…………………….. 78
November 1995
Table of Contents vol. 35 no. 5
Intersection program book cover
Intersection Reports by:
Charles N. Brown………….40
Pascal J. Thomas………….42
Mark R. Kelly………………… 47
Marina Fitch…………………. 49
Jane Jewell………………….. 50
Shira Daemon………………. 50
Mike Glyer……………………. 80
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Listin g s
Magazines Received – September. 51
Books Received – September…. 52
British Books – August……………. 70
Bestsellers…………………………………76
Photo Listing………………………………86
C o lumns & D epartments
People & Publishing………………….10
QuotePage………………………………… 37
Locus Letters……………………………. 79
Editorial Matters………………………..79
Locus Looks a t Books
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Distillations: Short Fiction
Reviews by Mark R. Kelly:
Crank! No.5, Summer ’95; Century No. 3; F&SF
10-11 /95; Asimov’s mid-12/95; Interzone 9/95,10/
95; Axiomatic, Greg Egan; Analog mid-12/95; SF
Age 11/95; Realms of Fantasy 8/95; Omni Online
9/95; Omni Fall ’95.
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Reviews by Faren Miller:
Chaga AKA Evolution’s Shore, Ian McDonald;
Pollen, Jeff Noon; Whit, lain Banks; The Prestige,
Christopher Priest; Left to His Own Devices,
Mary Gentle; Fabulous Harbours, Michael
Moorcock; Shipbuilding, Anon., ed.
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Reviews by Russell Letson:
Testament, Valerie J. Freireich; Quasar, Jamil
Nasir; Rock of Ages, Walter Jon Williams; Burn,
Bill Ransom; SHORT TAKES; Leonard Nimoy –
Science Fiction: The Gold Collection, Volume
II, Global Interactive Corporation.
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Reviews by Gary K. Wolfe:
Science Fiction: The Illustrated Encyclopedia,
John Clute; Look at the Evidence, John Clute;
Chaga AKA Evolution’s Shore, Ian McDonald;
Tech-Heaven, Linda Nagata; Testament, Valerie
J. Freireich; Quasar, Jamil Nasir; SHORT TAKES:
Spectrum 2: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic
Art, Cathy Burnett and Arnie Fenner, eds.,
with Jim Loehr; Electric Dreams: The Art of
Barclay Shaw.
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Reviews by Edward Bryant:
Zombie, Joyce Carol Oates; Forbidden Acts,
Nancy A. Collins and Edward E. Kramer, eds.;
Sick, Jay R. Bonansinga; SHORT TAKES: Burning
Angel, James Lee Burke; Header, Edward
Lee.
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Reviews by Shira Daemon:
Crown of Shadows, C.S. Friedman; Point of
Hopes Melissa Scott and Lisa Barnett; Star Ascendant,
Louise Cooper; King & Raven, Cary
James; SHORT TAKE: Quasar, Jamil Nasir.
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Short Reviews by
Carolyn Cushman:
Lost in Translation, Margaret Ball; Star
Hatchling, Margaret Bechard; Falcon’s Egg, Luli
Gray; The Iron Woman, Ted Hughes; King &
Raven, Cary James; The Tough Guide to
Fantasyland, Diana Wynne Jones; Lost in
Cyberspace, Richard Peck; The Callisto Group,
Michael Westheim; The Skystone, Jack Whyte.
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, Shira Daemon, Mark R. Kelly,
Russell Letson, Gary K. Wolfe; Special Projects: William G. Contento; Photographer: Beth Gwinn.
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