Table of Contents, October 1991

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Table of Contents
MAIN STORIES
American, Soviet Share Hubbard Prizes…………….4
1991 Hugo Awards W inners……………………………..6
1990 Chesley Awards Winners………………………….6
Aboriginal SF Seeks Nonprofit Status……………….. 6
Authors Sue Donning………………………………………. 6
1991 World Fantasy Awards Nominations…………7
SF Review Goes Professional…………………………….7
1991 Clarion Report………………………………………… 9
THE DATA FILE
Wollheim Memorial Scholarship……………………….7
1991 Moscow Book Fair Cancelled…………………… 7
Eurocon News………………………………………………….7
Worldcon Update…………………………………………….7
Publishing News……………………………………………….7
Court Cases……………………………………………………65
Awards………………………………………………………….. 65
Bookstore News…………………………………………….. 65
Announcements…………………………………………….. 66
Book News……………………………………………………..66
Magazine News……………………………………………….66
Market News…………………………………………………..66
Rights & Options…………………………………………… 66
Video News…………………………………………………….66
Audio & Video Received…………………………………66
Publications Received……………………………………. 66
Catalogs Received…………………………………………. 66
INTERVIEWS
Roger Zelazny: Forever Amber…………………………5
Tom Maddox: Owning a Thinktank………………….. 5
SPECIAL FEATURES
Hugo Voting Results……………………………………… 38
COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS
People & Publishing………………………………………… 8
Agent’s Corner, Richard Curtis………………………. 11
Moons & Stars & Stuff, Fritz L eiber………………. 13
Locus Letters………………………………………………….64
Editorial Matters……………………………………………. 64
LOCUS LOOKS AT BOOKS
Reviews by Faren Miller…………………………………15
Witches Abroad, Terry Pratchett; The White
Mists of Power, Kristine Kathryn Rusch; The
Spiral Dance, R. Garcia y Robertson;
Groundties, Jane Fancher; Yvgenie, C.J.
Cherryh; King of the Dead, R.A. MacAvoy; The
Rainbow Abyss, Barbara Hambly; New Worlds
1, David Garnett, ed.; SHORT TAKES:
Interzone 7/91, 8/91; Second Sight, Charles
McCarry; Plainsong, Deborah Grabien.
Reviews by Russell Letson:……………………………..19
The Face of the Waters, Robert Silverberg; The
Time Patrol, Poul Anderson; Isaac Asimov Presents:
The Great SF Stories #23 (1961), Isaac
Asimov and Martin Harry Greenberg, eds.
Reviews by Edward Bryant:……………………………..23
Boy’s Life, Robert R. McCammon; Lot Lizards,
Ray Garton; Under the Fang, Robert R.
McCammon, ed.; Reprisal, F. Paul Wilson; The
Bridge, John Skipp and Craig Spector; SHORT
TAKES: Absences: Charlie Goode’s Ghosts,
Steve Rasnic Tem; The 9 Lives of Catseye
Gomez, Simon Hawke.
Reviews by Tom Whitmore:…………………………… 27
Soulsmith, Tom Deitz; Old Nathan, David
Drake; Expatria, Keith Brooke; Prince of
Chaos, Roger Zelazny; Bring Me the Head of
Prince Charming, Roger Zelazny and Robert
Sheckley; Halo, Tom Maddox; Our Lady of the
Harbour, Charles de Lint; Fetish, Edward
Bryant; SHORT TAKES: Kill the Editor, Spider
Robinson; The Songkiller Saga II: Picking the
Ballad’s Bones, Elizabeth Scarborough; Griffin
& Sabine, Nick Bantock.
Reviews by Carolyn Cushman:…………………………31
Cloven Hooves, Megan Lindholm; In the
Shadow of the Oak King, Courtway Jones;
Bronze Mirror, Jeanne Larsen; The Unwound
Way, Bill Adams and Cecil Brooks;
Flameweaver, Margaret Ball; Once Upon a
Time, Lester del Rey and Risa Kessler, eds.;
Earthgrip, Harry Turtledove; Winds of Fate,
Mercedes Lackey.
Short Reviews by Scott Winnett:……………………..35
The Killing of the Saints, Alex Abella; Embracing
the Dark, Eric Garber, ed.; The Orpheus
Process, Daniel H. Gower; Clive Barker’s Shadows
in Eden, Stephen Jones, ed.; Fantasy Tales
#3, Stephen Jones and David Sutton, eds.; Bad
Brains, Kathe Koja; The Ultimate Dracula,
Byron Preiss et al., eds.; The Ultimate Werewolf,
Byron Preiss et al., eds.; Spring-Heeled Jack,
Philip Pullman; A Company of Stars, Christopher
Stasheff; Amazing 7/91.
CONVENTIONS & CONFERENCES
ChiCon V Report……………………………………………40
LISTINGS
Magazines Received-August……………………………42
Books Received-August……………………………….. 43
British Books-July…………………………………………57
Bestsellers…………………………………………………….. 63
OBITUARIES
Thomas Tryon…………………………………………………64
Niven Busch………………………………………………….. 64
Yusef Idris…………………………………………………….. 64
Alexandr Shalimov………………………………………….64
Sergei Kazmenko…………………………………………….64
Stacey Davies………………………………………………… 64
Roger Stine…………………………………………………… 64
James Cunningham…………………………………………64
Ace……………………………….. 18,28,34
Author Services……………………70,71
Avon………………………………….. 10,12
Baen……………………………… 22,26,53
Bantam………………………….. 36,37,72
Classifieds……………………………….59
DAW……………………………………24,30
INDEX TO ADS
Del Rey…………………………………… 14
Robert Gamra…………………………. 45
B. Herbert…………………………………44
Locus Press……………………………. 21
Maclay…………………………………….50
Morpheus………………………………….2
Penguin Roc………………………….. 16
Phage Press……………………………46
Synapse…………………………………. 48
Tafford……………………………………..49
Tor…………………………… 20,32,47,62
Warner Questar………………………..51
Hugo Awards winners .. (DC) 1
Roger Zelazny…………..(CNB) 1
James C. Glass, Fred Harris,
Sergey V. Poyarkov …. (CNB) 4
WotF & lotF contestants &
judges………………………(CNB) 4
Roger Zelazny…………..(CNB) 5
Tom Maddox……………. (CNB) 5
Chesley Awards
winners…………………….(CNB) 6
John Varley……………… (CNB) 8
Kristine Kathryn Rusch.. (NKH) 8
Adrian Zackheim……………. (F) 8
Daryl F. Mallett,
Annette Replogle………….(F) 8
Kevin Kline, Jane Yolen……(F) 8
Lois McMaster Bujold……..(KT) 9
Clarion ’91 students……..(MS) 9
PHOTO LISTING
Fritz Leiber…………………….. (F)13
Tina L. Jens,
Jane G. Haldeman……….. (JJ)40
Julius Schwartz,
Forrest J Ackerman……… (JJ)40
Teddy Harvia,
Phil Foglio………………. (CNB)40
Charles N. Brown………(CFC)40
Michael Whelan ……….. (CNB)40
Gardner Dozois…………(CNB)40
Lois McMaster Bujold,
Hal Clement……………. (CNB)40
George “Lan” Laskowski,
Jon Stopa, Marta Randall,
Joni Stopa………………. (CNB)40
Julia Ecklar,
Stanley Schmidt………….. (JJ)40
Mike Resnick,
Marta Randall……………… (JJ)40
Andrew Porter,
Kathleen Meyer………..(CNB)41
Joe Haldeman……………….(JJ)41
Terry Bisson…………………..(JJ)41
Ross Pavlac,
Darrell A. Martin……….(CNB)41
Charles N. Brown………….. (JJ)41
Terry Bisson…………………..(JJ)41
George Alec Effinger,
David Brin……………….. (CFC)41
Lois McMaster Bujold … (CFC)41
Bob Tucker, Marta Randall(JJ)42
Alexandr Shalimov……….(BZ)64
Waiting forthe Hugos … (CFC)67
Sergey V. Poyarkov,
Kira Gimpelman……………. (F)69
PHOTO CREDITS: (DC) Dave Clark, (CNB) Charles N. Brown, (NKH) N.K. Hoffman, (F) furnished, (KT) Kathy Tyers, (MS)
Merritt Severson, (JJ) Jane Jewell, (CFC) Carolyn F. Cushman, (BZ) Boris Zavgorodny.
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