Table of Contents, December 1995

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Main S t o r ies
1995 World Fantasy Awards .. 5
John Douglas Joins
HarperPrism………………………….. 8
King of the 1996 Serials ………. 8
Jennifer Brehl Joins A vo n …….. 8
Valuable Artwork Missing…….. 8
Crown Expansion Plans…………. 8
Analog/Asimov’s
Changes & Problems…………… 9
A Do-lt-Youself
“Bizarro” Book Tour…………… 9
The D ata File
1945 Hugos to be Awarded…………9
Authors Registry Established……. 9
New Writers’ Workshop
Announced……………………………….. 9
Award News………………………………… 9
Call for Papers……………………………..9
Readings & Signings………………….. 9
Book News………………………………….. 9
Financial News…………………………… 9
Court Cases……………………………….75
On-Line News…………………………….75
Multi-Media Update………………….. 75
Market Update………………………….. 75
Rights & Options……………………….75
Multi-Media Received………………..75
Publications Received……………….80
Catalogs Received…………………… 81
December 1995
Table of Contents vol . 35 no. 6
Locus Looks at Books
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Distillations: Short Fiction
Reviews by Mark R. Kelly:
New Legends, Greg Bear, ed.; How to Save the
World, Charles Sheffield, ed.; Omni Online 10/95.
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Reviews by Gary K. Wolfe:
Endymion, Dan Simmons; Far Futures, Gregory
Benford, ed.; Blue Shifting, Eric Brown; The
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Forthcoming Titles!
O b itu a rie s
Kingsley Amis……………………………78
Appreciations by:
Brian Aldiss……………………………. 78
Christopher Priest………………….78
Gregory Benford…………………….79
Jack Finney………………………………..79
Terry Southern………………………….. 79
Don Pendleton………………………….. 79
Edith Pargeter…………………………… 79
Charles Scribner, Jr…………………..79
Robert H. Aldeman…………………… 79
Benjamin Elgin………………………….. 79
Anne Miller…………………………………79
I n t er v iew s
Gwyneth Jones:
Simple Pressures……………………. 6
Kevin J. Anderson:
Flipping Burgers……………………….7
L is ting s
Forthcoming Books………………….. 36
British Forthcoming Books……… 46
Conventions………………………………52
Magazines Received – October. 54
Books Received – October…….. 55
British Books – September…….. 70
Bestsellers………………………………… 76
Photo Listing………………………………86
C o Iumns & D epartments
People & Publishing………………….10
Locus Letters……………………………..79
Editorial Matters………………………..80
Ganymede Club, Charles Sheffield.
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Reviews by Faren Miller:
The Silent Strength of Stones, Nina Kiriki
Hoffman; Desmodus, Melanie Tem; Jackal Bird,
Michael Barley; Past Imperative, Dave Duncan;
All the Bells on Earth, James P. Blaylock;
Maskerade, Terry Pratchett; Ruby Slippers,
Golden Tears, Ellen Datlow & Terry Windling,
eds; SHORT TAKES: The Tattooed Map, Barbara
Hodgson.
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Reviews by Russell Letson:
Distress, Greg Egan; Far Futures Gregory
Benford, ed.; The Ganymede Club, Charles
Sheffield.
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Reviews by Edward Bryant:
Dark Love, Nancy A. Collins, Edward E. Kramer,
& Martin H. Greenberg, eds.; Stranger By Night,
Jeff Gelb & Michael Garrett, eds.; The Wendigo
Border, Catherine Montrose; The Pain Doctors
of Suture Self General, The Bovine Smoke Society;
SHORT TAKES: Immoral Tales, Cathal
Tohill & Pete Tombs.
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Reviews by Shira Daemon:
The Shape-Changer’s Wife, Sharon Shinn;
Momento Mori, Shariann Lewitt; Stone of Tears,
Terry Goodkind; Peter S. Beagle’s Immortal
Unicorn, Peter S. Beagle & Janet Berliner, eds.;
Women at War, Lois McMaster Bujold & Roland
Green, eds.; David Copperfield’s Tales of the
Impossible, David Copperfield & Janet Berliner,
eds.
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Short Reviews by
Carolyn Cushman:
Imagine, Jill Barnett; The Sword of Flame,
Maggie Furey; The Fire Rose, Mercedes Lackey;
Wicked, Gregory Maguire; YOUNG-ADULT
BOOKS: The Search for Happily-Ever-After,
Patricia Baehr; The Big Bazoohley, Peter Cary;
The 13th Floor, Sid Fleischman; Running Out
of Time, Margaret Peterson Haddix; Of Two
Minds, Carol Matas & Perry Nodelman; The Accidental
Witch, Anne Mazer; The Same Place
But Different, Perry Nodelman; Galax-Arena,
Gillian Rubinstein; Dangerous Wishes, Wiliam
Sleator; Deersnake, Lucy Sussex; Elfsong, Ann
Turner; Tales from the Brothers Grimm and the
Sisters Weird, Vivian Vande Velde.
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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; 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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