Table of Contents, February 1994

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February 1994
Table of Contents vol. 32 n o . 2
M a in Sto r ie s
Aronica Moves to Berkley……..7
L.A. Earthquake Hits Bookstores,
Writers…………………………………7
Harcourt Brace Drops Literary
SF Line………………………………..8
Dell’s Cutting Edge………………..8
Amazing Temporarily Resumes
Publication…………………………. 8
Waldenbooks and Borders
Merge…………………………………. 8
Paramount Soap Opera…………8
Galaxy Resurrected……………… 8
Putnam Purchase of Morrow/
Avon Halted……………………….. 8
1993 Nebula Awards Preliminary
Ballot………………………………….. 8
Philip K. Dick Award
Nominees………………………….. 9
Arthur C. Clarke Award
Nominees…………………………….9
UPC Award Presented………….. 9
Around the Bookstores……….11
T h e D ata F il e
Bantam Buys Bester Books……………. 9
SF Writers in the OED……………………..9
Publishing News………………………………9
Calls for Papers……………………………….9
Announcements……………………………….9
Market News……………………………………. 9
I n t e r v i ew s
Terry Brooks: Telling a Story ..4
O b i tu a r ie s
Frank Belknap Long………………………72
Appreciation by
Stefan Dziemianowicz…………………72
INDEX TO ADS
Ace…………………6,18,26
Avon……………………… 28
Baen……………..14,24,69
Bantam………………52,53
Clarion…………………… 59
Clarion W e s t…………..59
Classified A d s …………67
DC Comics……………..12
Del ……………………….. 80
Del Rey……………..16,30
Galaxy Magazine…… 56
Interzone……………….. 54
Barry R. Levin…………22
Locus……………………..78
Magnum Opus Con…. 57
Pocket Books………….65
Signature Books………..2
Swann Galleries………32
Tor……………….. 20,34,79
TSR………………………..77
The Wildside Press …. 66
1993
IN
REVIEW
Recommended Reading
by Charles N. Brown………. 36
by Faren Mille r…………………36
by Gary K. Wo lfe …………….. 37
by Mark R. Kelly
(Short Fic tio n )………………. 38
by Edward Bryant…………….39
by Russell Letson…………….74
by Carolyn Cushman……… 75
by Scott Winnett……………… 75
1993 Recommended
Reading List………….. 40
Locus’ picks for the year’s best
in science fiction, fantasy, and
horror – including long and short
fiction, non-fiction, collections,
anthologies, and first novels.
1993 Book Summary………..43
1993 Magazine Summary …46
1993 Cinema Summary……49
Statistics, statistics,
and more statistics!
Listin g s
Magazines Received – December 54
Books Received – December…… 55
British Books – November………..64
Bestsellers………………………………..70
Photo Listings…………………………..78
Columns & D epartments
People & Publishing………………… 11
Reports from the Electronic Frontier,
Tom Maddox…………………………..13
Editorial Matters………………………..78
Locus Looks at Books
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Distillations: Short Fiction
Reviews by Mark R. Kelly:
Interzone 12/93; New Worlds 3, David Garnett,
ed.; SF Age 1/94; Omni 1/94; F&SF 1/94.
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Reviews by Faren Miller:
Night Relics, James P. Blaylock; Finder, Emma
Bull; Brian Fro ud’s Faerielands: The Wild Wood,
Charles de Lint; Haunted: Tales of the Grotesque,
Joyce Carol Oates; Mortal Fire: Best
Australian SF, Terry Dowling & Van Ikin, eds.
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Reviews by Edward Bryant:
Mr. Murder, Dean Koontz; Mefisto in Onyx,
Harlan Ellison; Lost in Booth Nine, Adam-Troy
Castro; Harrowgate, Daniel H. Gower; SHORT
TAKES: Drive By, Andrew Vachss; Rex Miller:
The Complete Revelations, t. Winter Damon; The
Egyptian Jukebox, Nick Bantock.
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Reviews by Gary K. Wolfe:
Brittle Innings, Michael Bishop; Hot Sky at Midnight,
Robert Silverberg; Interface, Stephen Bury;
A Work of Art and Other Stories, James Blish;
The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, Nancy Willard;
Switch on the Night, Ray Bradbury; Pastures in
the Sky; Patrick Woodroffe.
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Reviews by Russell Letson:
Crashlander, Larry Niven; Worldwar: In the
Balance, Harry Turtledove; Modern Classic
Short Novels of Science Fiction, Gardner
Dozois, ed.
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Short Reviews by
Carolyn Cushman:
Masques, Patricia Briggs; Mirror Dance, Lois
McMaster Bujold; Brian Froud’s Faerielands:
The Wild Wood, Charles de Lint; The Prince of
III Luck, Susan Dexter; Flight of the Dragon Kyn,
Susan Fletcher; Lyon’s Pride, Anne McCaffrey;
A Question of Magic, Tom McGowen; Cloud
Castles, Michael Scott Rohan; A College of Magics,
Caroline Stevermer.
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Short Reviews by Scott Winnett:
The Man Who Turned Into Himself, David
Ambrose; Firedance, Steven Barnes; Strong
Spirits, Elisa DeCarlo; Harrowgate, Daniel H.
Gower; Frankenstein: The Monster Wakes, Martin
H. Greenberg, ed.; Noctuary, Thomas Ligotti;
The Charm, Andrew Niswander; The Legend of
Nightfall, Mickey Zucker Reichert; Shudder
Again, Michele Slung, ed.; World War: In the
Balance, Harry Turtledove.
Editor & Publisher: Charles N. Brown; Associate Editor: Faren C. Miller; Assistant Editors: Marianne S. Jablon, Carolyn F. Cushman;
Editorial Assistant: Kirsten Gong-Wong; Contributing Editors: Edward Bryant, Mark R. Kelly, Russell Letson, Tom Maddox,
Scott Winnett, Gary K. Wolfe; Special Projects: William G. Contento; Photographer: Beth Gwinn.
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