Table of Contents, August 1989

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STORIES
1989 Locus Awards ……………………………………… 1
Moving in on Spock……………………………………… 5
Tornado Hits F&SF……………………………………… 5
U.K. Marketing B litz ……………………………………. 5
1989 Nebula Judges Announced …………………… 5
Sci-Fi Cable Network……………………………………. 6
Arthur C. Clarke: C.B.E………………………………… 6
The Satanic Verses: Part V I ………………………….. 6
THE DATA FILE
Publishing N ews…………………………………………… 9
Bookstore N ews…………………………………………… 9
Court Cases…………………………………………………..9
Announcements …………………………………………… 9
Magazine News……………………………………………..9
Awards………………………………………………………… 9
Market News…………………………………………………9
Opera News…………………………………………………..9
Gaming News ……………………………………………….9
Book News…………………………………………………..66
Film News …………………………………………………..66
Rights & Options……………………………………….. 66
Publications Received………………………………… 67
Catalogs Received ……………………………………… 67
Audio News…………………………………………………67
SF/Fantasy Calendars for 1990 …………………… 68
INTERVIEWS
Lois McMaster Bujold: Coming Full Circle…….4
Connie Willis: Skeptic in the Choir……………….. 4
COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS
People & Publishing……………………………………… 7
Moons & Stars & Stuff, Fritz Leiber……………. 17
The Media Scene, Frank M. Robinson………….29
Locus Bulletin Board………………………………….. 31
Locus Letters ……………………………………………..64
Editorial Matters ……………………………………….. 66
LOCUS LOOKS AT BOOKS
Reviews by Faren Miller:……………………………… 11
Good News from Outer Space, John Kessel; The
State of the Art, Iain M. Banks; Borders of
Infinity, Lois McMaster Bujold; West of January,
Dave Duncan; Silk Road, Jeanne Larsen;
The Mummy or Ramses the Damned, Anne
Rice; Pyramids, Terry Pratchett; Tower of Fear,
Glen Cook; The Fortress of the Pearl, Michael
Moorcock.
Reviews by Carolyn Cushman:…………………….. 15
Arthur, Stephen R. Lawhead; The Eye of the
World, Robert Jordan; Apocalypse, Nancy
Springer; TekWar, William Shatner; Jason
Cosmo, Dan McGirt ; Melusine, Lynne Reid
Banks; Medallion of the Black Hound, Shirley
Rousseau Murphy with Welch Suggs.
Reviews by Tom Whitmore:…………………………19
White Jenna, Jane Yolen; A Fire in the Sun,
George Alec Effinger; Dream Park II: The
Barsoom Project, Larry Niven & Steven
Barnes; Angel Station, Walter Jon Williams;
What Might Have Been?, Volume I: Alternate
Empires, Gregory Benford & Martin H.
Greenberg, eds.; The Jedera Adventure, Lloyd
Alexander, The Moon in Hiding, Teresa Edgerton.
Reviews by Edward Bryant………………………………. 23
A Fire in the Sun, George Alec Effinger;
Dydeetown World, F. Paul Wilson; Nightside
City, Lawrence Watt-Evans; Tomorrow’s
Crimes, Donald E. Westlake; Fantasma, Thomas
F. Monteleone; Sunglasses After Dark,
Nancy A. Collins.
Distillations: Short Fiction Reviews
by Mark R. Kelly………………………………………25
Zenith, David S. Garnett, ed.; Synergy 4,
George Zebrowski, ed.; What Might Have
Been?, Volume 1: Alternate Empires, Gregory
Benford & Martin H. Greenberg, eds.; IASFM
8/89; F&SF 8/89; Aboriginal SF 7-8/89; Analog
8/89; Interzone 7-8/89; Omni 8/89.
CONVENTIONS & CONFERENCES
Bram Stoker Awards Banquet 1989 ……………….. 32
ABA 1989—Washington D.C…………………………. 34
World SF/Eurocon 1989………………………………… 38
FOREIGN SF
ABA, Parisienne Style…………………………………….41
1989 LOCUS POLL RESULTS
Best Science Fiction Novel…………………………….. 44
Best Fantasy Novel ………………………………………..44
Best Horror Novel………………………………………….44
Best First Novel……………………………………………..45
Best Non-Fiction……………………………………………45
Best Novella…………………………………………………. 45
Best Novelette ……………………………………………….45
Best Short Story……………………………………………..45
Best Magazine ……………………………………………….46
Best Book Publisher ………………………………………46
Best E d ito r…………………………………………………… 46
Best A rtist…………………………………………………….. 47
Best Collection……………………………………………….47
Best Anthology……………………………………………… 47
Bests of the Year Contents…………………………….. 48
LISTINGS
Magazines Received — June…………………………… 49
Books Received —June ………………………………… 50
British Books — May ……………………………………. 57
Bestsellers…………………………………………………….. 62
OBITUARIES
William F. Temple………………………………………….64
An Appreciation by Arthur C. Clarke ………. 64
Sylvia Cassedy…………………………………………………64
ABA Montage
………….(RM) (CNB) (SRC) 1
Lois McMaster Bujold (CNB) 4
Connie Willis……………(CNB) 4
Arthur C. Clarke………(CNB) 6
Karl Edward Wagner …. (BG) 7
Nancy Varian Berberick…. (F) 7
Richard Paul Russo………..(F) 7
Kate Wilhelm……………(CNB) 7
T.E.D. Klein……………… (DG) 7
Fritz Leiber……………… (HS) 17
David Morrell……………… (JJ) 32
R. Chetwynd-Hayes………(JJ)32
Joe R. Lansdale, Robert R.
McCammon……………..(JJ) 32
Joe R. Lansdale,
R. Chetwynd-Hayes …. (JJ) 32
Laurence J. Kirshbaum…. (JJ)32
Kelley Wilde, David Morrell,
R. Chetwynd-Hayes,
Joe R. Lansdale ………(JJ)32
PHOTO INDEX
Kelley Wilde…………………. (JJ)32
Melissa Singer,
Anna Magee …………….. (JJ)33
Jo Fletcher, Kathy Gale,
Stephen Jones …………… (JJ)33
David J. Schow, Robert R.
McCammon,
Craig Spector……………(BG) 33
Ellen Datlow,
Robert Killheffer……….. (JJ)33
Les Daniels, Craig Spector,
Douglas E. Winter, John
Skipp, Joe R. Lansdale,
David J. Schow, Robert R.
McCammon……………..(BG) 33
Michael Seidman…………… (JJ)33
Richard Pini, Wendy Pini (RM)34
James Morrow……………. (RM)34
Shelly R. Clift,
Charles N. Brown…….(RM)34
Charles N. Brown,
Roberta Grossman.. (RM)34
Carole Baron,
Joe Gonnella………….(RM) 34
John Douglas ……………(RM)34
Edgar Winter, Ricia
Mainhardt………….. (CNB)34
David Bischoff, Charles N.
Brown, Owen Lock, John
Silbersack ……………. (RM)34
A .C. Crispin ……………. (RM)35
Chris Miller, Elsie Wollheim,
Martin H. Greenberg (RM)35
Trish Conners,
Kathleen Doherty,
Ralph Arno t e ………(CNB) 35
David Shanks,
Rena Wolner ………..(RM)35
Jennifer Brehl, Isaac Asimov,
Shelly R. Clift………(CNB)35
Continued on page 66
PHOTO CREDITS: (RM) Ricia Mainhardt, (CNB) Charles N. Brown, (SRC) Shelly R Clift, (BG) Beth
Gwinn, (F) Furnished, (DG) Donni Gillies, (HS) Howard Schatz, (JJ) Jane Jewell, (EH) Elizabeth Anne
Hull, (NLW) N. Lee Wood.
ISSUE #343 VOL 23 NO 2 August 1989 Mailing Date: July 26 1989
LOCUS August 1989/3
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