Table of Contents, March 1984

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THE NEWSPAPER OF THE SCIENCE FICTION FIELD
Box 13305 • Oakland CA 94661
ISSUE #278 • VOL 17, NO. 3 ■ MARCH 1984
Mailing Date: February 22, 1984
SECOND CLASS
POSTAGE PAID AT
OAKLAND, CALIF.
-Contents
Tea with R.A. MacAvoy; William L. Crawford Dies……… 1
Baen Books Announces First List; Imago Aborted……….. 1
Constellation Collects Some Money…………………… 3
Outer Limits; Editorial Matters…………………….. 3
Waldenbooks’ SF Success; Thompson Hired by Arbor…….. 4
Semi-Pro Magazines Combine……. …………………… 4
Philip K. Dick Award Nominations; Publishing Notes…… 4
Announcements; LOCus Letters……………………….. 5
Meacham Moves to Tor; Book Notes; Convention Updates…. 5
People and Publishing…………………… ………… 7
Agent’s Corner, by Richard Curtis…………………… 9
Locus Looks at Books, by Faren Miller……………….. 11
Locus Looks at More Books, by Dan Chow………………. 13
Locus Looks at More Books, by Debbie Notkin………….. 13
Moons & Stars & Stuff, by Fritz Leiber………………. 15
Predicting the Present, by Gregory Benford…………… 15
THE INTERNATIONAL SCENE…………………………….. 17
Report From France, by Pascal J. Thomas…… …….. 17
Chinese SF in Trouble, by Wu Dingbo………………. 17
SF in Japan: An Overview, by Kobayashi & Lipsett….. 21
Soviet SF: The Golden Age (I), by Vladimir Gakov…… 22
The Sf Scene in Hong Kong & Taiwan, by Henry Wong…. 24
Magazines Received— January…………………………. 26
Books Received–January…………………………….. 27
Classified Ads…………………………………….. 32
Bestseller Lists…………………………………… 37
Obituaries………………………………………… 40
25 Years Ago……………………………………….. 41