Table of Contents, November 1994

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November 1994
Table of Contents v o l . 3 3 no. 5
M ai n Stori es
Long-Lost Verne…………………….. 8
Harcourt SF Line Resurrected.. 8
Heinlein on Mars
(…and in Hollywood) ………….. 8
Analog MAFIA Threatens …….. 8
Rice Recants re
Vampire Cruise …………………… 8
Nebula Awards
Weekend 1 9 9 5 …………………… 9
Spectrum Competition Open … 9
O b ituaries
Robert Bloch
Obituary by Frank M. Robinson……..6
Appreciation by Stephen King……..75
Appreciation by Ray Bradbury…….76
Appreciation by Peter Straub……….76
Appreciation by Harlan Ellison…….77
Appreciation by Edward Bryant……78
Appreciation by Ramsey Campbell.78
Appreciation by Philp Jose Farmer.78
Karl Edward Wagner…………………….. 70
Appreciation by Dennis Etchison ….70
Appreciation by Robert Weinberg…70
Appreciation by C. Bruce Hunter ….71
Annette Pelz McComas………………….72
Lydia Langstaff………… ………………….72
INDEX TO ADS
Ace …………………. 14,26 Double Star Press… 54
Avon……………………. 22 HarperCollins West. 53
Baen…………. 12,30,44 Interzone………………52
Bantam ………….. 36,37 JHW Editions………. 51
Black Ice Books……56 Locus…………………..82
Classified A d s ………65 Morpheus Int’l ……….79
L.W. Currey, Inc…… 55 Stmt, of Ownership . 59
Dahl Entertainment 54 Tor……. 20,28,34,47,83
DAW……………………. 18 Warner Aspect…….. 84
Del Rey …. 16,24,32,80 White Wolf…………….. 2
T he D ata File
King Tour Begins……………………………9
Court Cases…………………………………..9
Cyberspace:
The Final Electronic Frontier?………. 9
Rushdie Update…………………………….. 9
Announcements……………………………. 9
Readings & Signings……………………… 9
Book News…………………………………..73
Multi-Media News…………………………73
Bookstore News……………………………73
Awards & Contests……………………….73
Rights & Options…………………………..74
Intersection Update……………………… 74
ConAdian
Worldcon 1994
ConAdian Reports:
Jane Jewell…………………… 38
Russell Letson……………….40
Mike Glyer…………………….. 41
Edward Bryant……………….48
A Sad Farewell to
Two Horror Stars
In Memoriam, Karl Edward
Robert Bloch: Wagner:
1917-1994 1945-1994
I ntervi ews
Dean Koontz:
A Comedian in Hell……………… 4
Listin g s
Magazines Received-September. 49
Books Received – September…. 50
British Books – August…………….63
Bestsellers………………………………..68
C o lumns & D epartments
People & Publishing………………… 10
QuotePage………………………………..35
Locus Letters…………………………… 72
Editorial Matters……………………….72
Locus Looks a t Books
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Distillations: Short Fiction
Reviews by Mark R. Kelly:
Realms of Fantasy 10/94; Radius 10/94; ConAdian
Souvenir Book; Alternate Worldcons, Mike
Resnick, ed.; Prairie Fire, Summer ’94; F&SF 10-
11/94; Asimov’s 10/94; Analog 11/94; Interzone
9/94; Omni 10/94.
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Reviews by Faren Miller:
Everville, Clive Barker; The Priest, Thomas M.
Disch; Revenant, Melanie Tern; Merlin’s Wood,
Robert Holdstock; Nameless Sins, Nancy A.
Collins; Travellers in Magic, Lisa Goldstein;
Black Thorn, White Rose, Ellen Datlow & Terri
Windling, eds.; SHORT TAKES: The Devil’s Own
Work, Alan Judd; Complicity, lain Banks; The
Unicorn Hunt, Dorothy Dunnett.
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Reviews by Gary K. Wolfe:
Queen City Jazz, Kathleen Ann Goonan; Travellers
in Magic, Lisa Goldstein; A Fisherman of
the Inland Sea, Ursula K. Le Guin; Wrath of God,
Robert Gleason; Red Dust, Paul J. McAuley; I
Robot: The Illustrated Screenplay, Harlan
Ellison & Isaac Asimov; SHORT TAKE: Reginald’s
Science Fiction and Fantasy Awards, Third
Edition, Daryl F. Mallett & Robert Reginald.
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Reviews by Russell Letson:
The Stars are Also Fire, Poul Anderson; Quarantine,
Greg Egan; Voices in the Light, Sean
McMullen.
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Reviews by Edward Bryant:
The Totem (Complete and Unaltered), David
Morrell; Love in Vein, Poppy Z. Brite, ed.;
Darkman: The Gods of Hell, Randall Boyll;
SHORT TAKES: Born Bad, Andrew Vachss; Midwife
Crisis, P.D. Cacek/Midwife’s Nightcap, Ru
Emerson; The Left Hand of Darkness, Ursula K.
Le Guin.
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Short Reviews by Carolyn Cushman:
The End of Fame, Bill Anderson & Cecil Brooks;
Go Quest, Young Man, K.B. Bogen; The Wind
Witch, Susan Dexter; Sing the Four Quarters,
Tanya Huff; Lady Cottington’s Pressed Fairy
Book, Terry Jones & Brian Froud; Lord of Chaos,
Robert Jordan; The Glass Dragon, Irene Radford;
Exiles I: The Ruins of Ambrai, Melanie Rawn;
End of an Era, Robert J. Sawyer; YOUNG-ADULT
BOOKS: The Merlin Effect, T.A. Barron; Haunted
Waters, Mary Hope Osborne; MapHead, Leslie
Howarth; Nick of Time, Anne Lindbergh; The
Mennyms, Sylvia Waugh.
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