Table of Contents, January 1995

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January 1995
Table of Contents v o l . 34 no. 1
M a in S t o r ies
Pagel Leaving Barnes & Noble/
B.Dalton……………………………… 7
Kmart Kills Walden Book
Company Name …………………. 7
Lauriat’s Buys Encore……………. 7
Chain Financial Figures…………. 7
Star Wars Countdown…………… 8
Yanks Dominate UPC Awards . 8
Online SF………………………………. 8
1995 Nebula Judges Named … 8
T h e D a ta Fil e
Multimedia Rights Battle……………………9
Readings & Signings…………………………9
Announcements………………………………..9
Other Media Announcements…………… 9
Awards & Contests……………………………9
Court Cases………………………………………9
Rushdie Update…………………………………9
Book News………………………………………..9
Bookstore News………………………………..9
Financial News………………………………..67
Magazine News……………………………….67
Market News……………………………………67
Other Media Received……………………..67
Publications Received……………………..67
Catalogs Received…………………………..67
Interviews
H appy Holidays
f rom the Locus Staff
back row: Carolyn Cushman, Faren Miller;
front row: Kirsten Gong-Wong,
Charles N. Brown, Marianne S. Jablon
International
EuroCon Report………………………………44
International Book Reviews……………. 45
SF in Southeast Asia……………………….70
SF in Croatia……………………………………71
SF in Australia…………………………………71
SF in New Zealand…………………………..72
SF in Brazil………………………………………72
Listings
C onvent ions
1994 World Fantasy Convention…….. 40
Magazines Received – November….. 46
Books Received – November………… 47
British Books – October………………… 58
Bestsellers……………………………………….64
Photo Listing……………………………………74
C o lumn s & D e p a r t m e n t s
People & Publishing………………………..10
Report from the Electronic Frontier
by Tom Maddox……………………………13
QuotePage………………………………………37
Editorial Matters………………………………66
Locus Letters…………………………………..66
Locus Looks a t Books
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Distillations: Short Fiction
Reviews by Mark R. Kelly:
F&SF 12/94; Analog mid-12/94; Interzone 11/94;
Galaxy 11-12/94; Radius 11/94; Realms of Fantasy
12/94; Pulphouse Issue 17; Tomorrow 12/94;
Omni 12/94; New Yorker 10/31 /94.
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Reviews by Gary K. Wolfe:
The Diamond Age, Neal Stephenson; Remake,
Connie Willis; Science Fiction in the 20th Century,
Edward James; Silent Interviews: On Language,
Race, Sex, Science Fiction, and Some
Comics, Samuel R. Delany; SHORT TAKES: Ship
of Dreams, Dean Morrissey; Night of the Gargoyles,
Eve Bunting; The Secret Oceans, Betty
Ballantine; Virgil Finlay’s Far Beyond; The
Worlds of TSR: A Pictorial Journey Through
the Landscape of the Imagination, Marlys
Heeszel, ed.
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Reviews by Faren Miller:
The Diamond Age, Neal Stephenson; Brother
to Dragons, Companion to Owls, Jane Lindskold;
Riding the Unicorn, Paul Kearney; Re
make, Connie Willis; Archangel, Mike Conner
Atlantis: Model 1924, Samuel R. Delany; Little
Deaths, Ellen Datlow, ed.; SHORT TAKES
Xanadu 3, Jane Yolen, ed.; New Worlds 4, David
Garnett, ed.
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Reviews by Russell Letson:
One King’s Way, Harry Harrison & John Holm;
Archangel, Mike Conner; Of Tangible Ghosts,
L.E. Modesitt, Jr.
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Reviews by Edward Bryant:
Everville, Clive Barker; The Jericho Iteration,
Allen Steele; Butcher, Rex Miller; Geckos, Carrie
Richerson; SHORT TAKES; Jonah Hex: Two-gun
Mojo, Joe R. Lansdale; The Star Dwarves Travesty,
David J. Richardson; Bizarre Sex, Stan Tal, ed.
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Short Reviews by Carolyn Cushman:
Voima, C. Dale Brittain; The Unicorn Hunt, Elaine
Cunningham; The Sherwood Game, Esther
Friesner; Harp of Winds, Maggie Furey; For the
Crown & the Dragon, Stephen Hunt; The Book
of Earth, Marjorie B. Kellogg; Rogues to Riches,
J. Robert King; The Secular Wizard, Christopher
Stasheff; Profiteer, S. Andrew Swann; Oath of
Swords, David Weber; Northlight, Deborah
Wheeler.
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Tad Williams:
Talespinner’s Song………………… 4
P h oto S to r i e s
Norton Receives First Fandom Award .8
Necronomicon 13 Wildlife………………….8
Barnstorming Barnes…………………………8
Editorial Toons……………………………….11
O b itu a r ie s
J.I.M. Stewart…………………………………..66
Julian Symons…………………………………66
George Starbird……………………………….66