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THE NEWSPAPER OF THE SCIENCE F IC T IO N FIELD
(ISSN-0047-4959)
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Charles N. Brown
ASSOCIATE EDITOR
Faren C. Miller
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EDITORIAL TRAINEE
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CONTRIBUTING EDITORS
Edward Bryant
Dan Chow
Richard Curtis
Fritz Leiber
Russell Letson
Tom Whitmore
Scott Winnett
Gary K. Wolfe
SPECIAL PROJECTS
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CON REPORTERS
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MAIN STORIES
1991 World Fantasy Awards………………………………. 1
Quality SF Book Club Suspended………………………. 6
Asimov Quits Column………………………………………….6
Heinlein Library D edicated………………………………… 6
Another K in g ………………………………………………………. 6
Doubleday Book Club Awards P resented……………6
Savoy Books R a id ed …………………………………………….7
1992 Nebula Awards Weekend…………………………… 7
THE DATA FILE
Publishing News………………………………………………….. 7
Bookstore N ew s………………………………………………….. 7
Announcements…………………………………………………… 7
Market News……………………………………………………….. 7
Book N ews……………………………………………………………7
Rights & Options………………………………………………… 7
Video News……………………………………………………….. 72
Publications Received………………………………………..72
Audio News……………………………………………………….. 72
Catalogs Received………………………………………………72
INTERVIEWS
Lisa Goldstein:
Astonishments & Strange D evices…………………….. 4
COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS
People & Publishing…………………………………………….8
Agent’s Corner, Richard C u rtis………………………… 11
Moons & Stars & Stuff, Fritz Leiber………………….13
Locus L e tters…………………………………………………….. 70
Editorial Matters………………………………………………..71
LOCUS LOOKS AT BOOKS
Reviews by Faren Miller:……………………………………15
The Fetch, Robert Holdstock; Dark Dance,
Tanith Lee; The Grail of Hearts, Susan Shwartz;
Flying in Place, Susan Palwick; Jack the Bodiless,
Julian May.
Reviews by Russell L etso n :………………………………. 17
Remaking History, Kim Stanley Robinson; Playgrounds
of the Mind, Larry Niven; Man-Kzin
Wars IV, Larry Niven, ed.
Reviews by Edward Bryant:………………………………. 21
The Waste Lands, Stephen King; Clive Barker’s
Shadows in Eden, Stephen Jones, ed.; The Official
Splatter Movie Guide Volume II, John
McCarty; Going After the Rubber Chicken, Dan
Simmons; Cold Shocks, Tim Sullivan, ed.; The
Year’s Best Horror Stories: XIX, Karl Edward
Wagner, ed.
Reviews by Gary K. Wolfe:…………………………………25
The Bradbury Chronicles: Stories in Honor of
Ray Bradbury, William F. Nolan and Martin H.
Greenberg, eds.; On Stage: A Chrestomathy of
His Plays, Ray Bradbury.
Reviews by Carolyn Cushman:…………………………..27
China M ountain Zhang, Maureen F. McHugh;
Two-Bit Heroes, Doris Egan; Aunt Maria, Diana
Wynne Jones; Searching for Dragons, Patricia
Wrede; A Plague of Sorcerers, Mary Frances
Zambreno; Bardic Voices, Mercedes Lackey;
SHORT TAKES: TekLab, William Shatner;
The Pharaoh Contract, Ray Aldridge; The Emperor
of Everything, Ray Aldridge; A Christmas
Charade, Karla Hocker; A Christmas Keepsake;
Janice Bennett.
Reviews by Dan Chow:……………………………………… 31
The Kindness of Women, J. G. Ballard; The
Trinity Paradox, Kevin J. Anderson and Doug
Beason; Our Angry Earth, Isaac Asimov and
Frederik Pohl; Lunar Justice, Charles L. Harness.
Short Reviews by Scott Winnett:……………………….33
Alien Blues, Lynn S. Hightower; Avalon, Mary J.
Jones; Jinx High, Mercedes Lackey; Letters
From Home, Sarah Lefanu, ed.; The Mountain
Made of Light, Edward Meyers; Flying in Place,
Susan Palwick; Prism of the Night: A Biography
of Anne Rice, Katherine Ramsland; New Life for
the Dead, Alan Rodgers; A Box of Tricks, Hugh
Scott; The Vampire Diaries Volume III: The
Fury, L.J. Smith; Pish Posh, Said Hieronymous
Bosch, Nancy Willard; F&SF 10-11/91; F&SF
12/91.
CONVENTIONS & CONFERENCES
Volgacon:
Part 1 by Terry Bisson & Paul Pa rk ………………… 46
Part 2 by Christopher S tasheff…………………………47
LISTINGS
Forthcoming B o o k s……………………………………………34
British Forthcoming B o o k s……………………………….42
Statement of Ownership……………………………………. 45
Magazines Received-October……………………………48
Books Rece ived-October…………………………………50
British Books—September…………………………………59
Bestsellers………………………………………………………….. 66
OBITUARIES
Gene R oddenberry…………………………………………… 67
Appreciation by Arthur C. Clarke……………………69
Arkady Strugatsky………………………………………………67
Robert Maxwell………………………………………………….69
Irwin A llen…………………………………………………………. 70
Martha McElroy Fischer……………………………………70
Will Henry…………………………………………………………. 70
Scott Holton……………………………………………………….70
A c e …………………………………… 2,26
Avon……………………………………. 10
B a e n ………………………….. 18,73,75
Bantam…………………………… 38,39
Carroll & G ra f……………………. 32
Clarion………………………………… 56
Classifieds…………………………… 62
PHOTO CREDITS: (CNB) Charles N. Brown, (BG) Beth Gwinn, (JJ) Jane Jewell, (F) furnished, (AF)
Albert Frank, (CS) Christopher Stasheff, (TB) Terry Bisson, (CC) Carolyn Cushman.
ISSUE #371, VOL 27 NO. 6, December 1991, Mailing Date: November 27,1991
LOCUS December 1991 / 3
INDEX TO ADS
D AW …………………………………… 28
Del R e y ……………………………….. 14
Duke University Press…………..52
L o cu s……………………………………74
Locus P re ss…………………………. 41
NESFA Press………………………. 55
Penguin R o c ……………………….. 22
Phage P re s s ………………………… 54
Serendipity B ooks……………… 65
T o r ………………………… 16,20,24,30
Visions of Sp ace…………………..76
Warner Q u e s ta r…………………. 12
World Fantasy Awards
Winners……………………(CNB) 1
Lisa Goldstein……………..(BG) 1
Lisa Goldstein………………(BG) 4
World Fantasy Awards
Winners………………………(BG) 5
Neil Gaiman,
James Morrow…………….(BG) 5
Mark V. Ziesing……………(BG) 5
David Hartwell,
Carol Emshwiller………..(BG) 5
Anne McCaffrey,
Ralph Vicinanza,
Virginia Heinlein……………(JJ) 6
Julian May………………………. (JJ) 8
Pauline D u n n ……………..(CNB) 8
Malcolm Edwards…….. (CNB) 8
Nick Sayers…………………….. (JJ) 8
PHOTO LISTING
Kathy Gale, Jo Fletcher …. (JJ) 8
Robin McKinley……………….(F) 9
Peter D ickinson………….(CNB) 9
Robert Petitt,Christine
Rutherford, Sidney
Williams…………………………. (F) 9
Judith Merril, P.C.Hodgell(AF) 9
Fritz L e ib e r……………………(F) 13
Alexander B olnykh…….. (CS) 46
Boris Zelinsky………………(CS) 46
Ron Clarke, Christopher
Stasheff, Chris Chivers . (CS) 46
Christopher Stasheff….. (CS) 46
Dealers R o om …………….(TB) 46
Terry B isson………………..(TB) 46
Christopher Stasheff,
Vladimir Gakov……….. (TB) 46
Terry Bisson, Christopher
Stasheff………………………(TB) 47
Irene (editor from Minsk) &
frie n d …………………………(TB) 47
Vladimir Gakov, Je a n ….(TB) 47
James P. Hogan,
Japanese f a n …………….(TB) 47
Leonid Tchachuk……….. (TB) 47
Boris Zavgorodny………. (TB) 47
Paul Park, Terry Bisson . (TB) 47
Gene Roddenberry……….. (F) 67
Arkady Strugatsky…………. (F) 67
Arkady Strugatsky…………. (F) 68
Arkady Strugatsky, Boris
Strugatsky, C.N. Brown (CC)68
Gene Roddenberry,
Majel B arrett Roddenberry,
Star Trek model……. (CNB) 69