Table of Contents, June 1997

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EDWARD BRYANT
MARK R. KELLY
RUSSELL LETSON
GARY K. WOLFE
Contributing Editors
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Special Projects
BETH GWINN
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
June 1997 Issue 437 Vol. 38 No. 6
30th Year of Publication 18-Time Hugo Winner
MAIN STORIES
TSR Threatens Bankruptcy/8
Bantam Drops Star Wars Royalties/8
New British SF Magazine Announced/8
Dell Magazine Awards/8
Musicland in Trouble/8
THE DATA FILE
Announcements/9 On the Web/9
Awards News/9 Readings & Signings/9
Financial News/9 Worldcon News /9
Bookstore News/9 Book News/9
Magazine News/69 Rights & Options/69
Publications Received/69
Multi-Media Received/69 Catalogs Received/69
INTERVIEWS
Daniel Keyes: 40 Years of Algernon/4
John Kessel: No More Dr. Nice/6
CONVENTIONS
1997 Nebula Awards Weekend/46
OBITUARIES
Lou Stathis/66 David P. Usher/66
Ingrid Zierhut/66 James M. Carey/66
Sam Moskowitz: An Appreciation by Anne McCaffrey/66
Sam Moskowitz by Gary K. Wolfe/67
Remembering Sam Moskowitz by Marc Russell/67
LISTINGS
Forthcoming Books/32
British Forthcoming Books/42
Magazines Received:April/50 Books Received: April/51
British Books: March/59 Bestsellers/64
Photo Listing/74 Index to Ads/74
COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS
People & Publishing/10 Locus Letters/67 Editorial Matters/68
LOCUS LOOKS AT BOOKS
Distillations: Short Fiction
Reviews by Mark R. Kelly /1 3
F&SF 5/97; Interzone 4/97; Asimov’s 7/97; Realms of
Fantasy 4/97; Terra Incognita Spring ’97; On Spec
Spring ’97; Omni Online 4/97.
Reviews by Gary K. Wolfe /1 7
The Year’s Best Science Fiction: Fourteenth Annual
Collection, Gardner Dozois, ed.; Year’s Best SF 2,
David G. Hartwell, ed.; Faraday’s Orphans, N. Lee
Wood; The Gaia Websters, Kim Antieau; The Dazzle
of Day, Molly Gloss.
Reviews by Faren Miller / 21
Revelations, Douglas E. Winter, ed.; Signs of Life, M.
John Harrison; Dogland, Will Shetterly; A Free Man
of Color, Barbara Hambly; The Experience of the
Night, Marcel Bealu; Lord of the Isles, David Drake.
Reviews by Russell Letson / 25
Contraband, George Foy; Destiny’s Road, Larry
Niven; RETRO-REVIEW: Beloved Son, George
Turner.
Reviews by Edward Bryant / 27
Fog Heart, Thomas Tessier; Kiss and Kill, Jeff Gelb
& Michael Garrett, eds.; Bad Karma, Andrew Harper;
SHORT TAKE: Bright Shadow, Elizabeth Forrest.
Short Reviews by Carolyn Cushman/ 29
Lord of the Isles, David Drake; The Still, David
Feintuch; Expendable, James Alan Gardner; Bridge
of Valor, Anne Lesley Groell; The Seeds of Time,
Kay Kenyon; Magelord: The Awakening, Thomas
K. Martin; An Exchange of Hostages, Susan R.
Matthews; The Stone Prince, Fiona Patton; Crown
Duel, Sherwood Smith; Curses, Inc., Vivian Vande
Velde; The Broken Crown, Michelle West; The Duke
of Sumava, Sara J. Wrench; Merlin, Jane Yolen.
LOCUS June 1997/3