Table of Contents, April 1994

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Table of Contents vol. 32 no. 4
M ain Stories
Realms of Fantasy New
Magazine……………………………… 7
HarperPrism Launch
Announced; Schelling Hired .7
Weird Tales Changes Name…..8
British Author Accused of
Copying…………………………………8
Clarke Outlines Earthquake
Disaster Novel…………………….. 8
Ziesing to Publish King First
Edition………………………………….. 8
R.A. Salvatore Books to Del Rey . 8
Writers of the Future Contest
10th Anniversary………………….8
Butler Book to be Warner
Lead………………………………………8
British Book Summary – 1993 ..8
Morrow Avon Sale Off Again …8
Record Number Top Sellers for
Fourth Year…………………………..9
Son of Forthcoming Books……9
T h e D a t a File
New National Bestseller L is t………….. 9
SF Online………………………………………….9
Bookstore News……………………………….9
Awards News…………………………………… 9
Financial News…………………………………9
Announcements……………………………..58
Peter Pan Loses Out……………………… 58
The Power of the Written Word……..58
Convention News………………………….. 58
Rights & Options…………………………….61
Multimedia Update………………………… 61
Publications Received……………………61
Catalogs Received………………………… 61
O b i tu a r ie s
Robert Shea……………………………. 60
Verna Smith Trestrail……………… 60
Appreciation by Frederik Pohl .60
Dr. Richard G. Van Gelder………. 60
LOCUS LOOKS AT BOOKS
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Distillations: Short Fiction
Reviews by Mark R. Kelly:
Future Boston, David Alexander Smith, ed.; Interzone
2/94; Universe 3, Robert Silverberg &
Karen Haber, eds.; Asimov’s 4/94.
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Reviews by Gary K. Wolfe:
Mysterium, Robert Charles Wilson; Flux, Stephen
Baxter; Anti-Ice, Stephen Baxter; Parable of the
AS THE SF
WORLD TURNS…
Reporting on current science fictional
doings around the globe:
French-Language SF:
France, Canada, &
Switzerland………………….. 38
Bulgaria…………………………..39
Spain……………………………… 40
Brazil………………………………. 40
China……………………………… 41
Czech Republic……………… 42
Letter from Portugal………..42
I n t e r v i e w s
Mary Rosenblum: A Chameleon
L ife ………………………………………. 4
Patricia Anthony: A Voyage of
Discovery…………………………….. 5
Listings
International Books & Magazines
Received………………………………43
Magazines Received – February ..46
Books Received – February…….. 47
British Books – January………….. 54
Bestsellers………………………………58
Photo Listing………………………….. 66
C olumns & D epartments
People & Publishing………………..10
QuotePage………………………………35
Locus Letters………………………….60
Editorial Matters………………………66
Sower, Octavia E. Butler; SHORT TAKES: Roger
Zelazny, Jane M. Lindskold; Wordsmiths of
Wonder: Fifty Interviews with Writers of the
Fantastic, Stan Nicholls.
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Reviews by Faren Miller:
Larque on the Wing, Nancy Springer; Metal Angel,
Nancy Springer; Pigs Don’t Fly, Mary Brown;
Witch and Wombat, Carolyn Cushman;
Hexwood, Diana Wynne Jones; Mysterium, Robert
Charles Wilson; Throne of Isis, Judith Tarr.
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Reviews by Russell Letson:
Vurt, Jeff Noon; The Opoponax Invasion, John
Brosnan; Agent of Byzantium, Harry Turtledove;
Neptune Crossing, Jeffrey A. Carver.
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Reviews by Edward Bryant:
Unnatural Acts & Other Stories, Lucy Taylor;
The Woman Between the Worlds, F. Gwynplaine
MacIntyre; Darkman: The Hangman, Randall
Boyll; Deadweight, Robert Devereaux.
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Reviews by Wendy Bradley:
The Firstworld Chronicles 2: The Legend of
Shadd’s Torment, Philip G. Williamson; The
Firstworld Chronicles 3: From Enchantery,
Philip G. Williamson; The Golden Horde, Peter
Morwood; A Different Kingdom, Paul Kearney;
Cloud Castles, Michael Scott Rohan; The Western
Wizard, Mickey Zucker Reichert.
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Short Reviews by Carolyn Cushman:
The Forest House, Marion Zimmer Bradley; Spell
of Apocalypse, Mayer Alan Brenner; Speak Daggers
to Her, Rosemary Edghill; Aurian, Maggie
Furey; Cat Scratch Fever, Tara K. Harper;
Dagger’s Edge, Anne Logston; An Angel for the
Earl, Barbara Metzger; The Magic and the Healing,
Nick O’Donohoe.
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Short Reviews by Jean Lamb:
The Grail and the Ring, Teresa Edgerton; The
Stainless Steel Rat Sings the Blues, Harry
Harrison; Finn Mac Cool, Morgan Llywelyn; A
Two-Edged Sword, Thomas K. Martin; Inferno:
A Chronicle of a Distant World, Mike Resnick;
Hour of the Octopus, Joel Rosenberg; Once a
Hero, Michael Stackpole; Out of This World,
Lawrence Watt-Evans.
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Short Reviews by Scott Winnett:
Deadly Quicksilver Lies, Glen Cook; The Exploits
of Solar Pons, Basil Copper; Witch and
Wombat, Carolyn Cushman; Summer King, Winter
Fool, Lisa Goldstein; Sacred Ground,
Mercedes Lackey; A Cast of Corbies, Mercedes
Lackey & Josepha Sherman; We Open on Venus,
Christopher Stasheff.
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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