Table of Contents, February 1995

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February 1995
Table of Contents vol . 34 no. 2
Ma i n Sto r ie s
SF Writing is Safer…………………. 7
1994 Nebula Awards
Preliminary Ballot…………………. 7
Ace Revamped……………………….. 8
Aboriginal SF, Amazing
for S a le …………………………………. 8
Libel Charge Against
Lindskoog Book……………………. 8
Chain SF Buyers Change………. 8
“Virtual” Quake Echoes
Reality ………………………………….. 8
Philip K. Dick Award Nominees 8
Millennium Resold in
Contract Dispute…………………. 9
New Literary Agency…………….. 9
B&N/B. Dalton ‘9 4 Top Sellers . 9
The D ata File
Russia Signs Berne Convention 9
Harrison Awards……………………… 9
Publishing N ew s ……………………… 9
Announcements ……………………… 9
Readings & Signings……………… 9
Book N ew s ……………………………. 71
Rights & Options………………….. 71
Bookstore N ew s …………………… 71
Financial News……………………… 71
International News……………….. 71
Multi-Media Update …………….. 71
ConFrancisco Profit……………… 71
Market N ew s ……………………….. 71
Publications Received …………. 72
Catalogs Received………………. 72
O b itu a r ie s
Will Sykora…………………………… 70
Barbara Jones-Diggs…………… 70
INDEX TO ADS
Ace…………………………14 HarperPaperbacks 36,37
Acorn Antiques Guild 57 Locus………………..51,78
August House…………56 Roc………………………… 24
Avon……………………….12 Rutgers University
Baen………………. 2,20,28 Press…………………… 53
Bantam…………….. 32,33 SCIREA………………….. 58
Clarion……………………57 T o r …………6,22,26,30,79
Clarion West…………..56 Warner…………………… 18
Classified Ads…………65 White W olf………………80
Del Rey…………………..16
1994
In R eview
Recommended Reading
by Charles N. Brown……… 34
by Gary K. Wolfe……………. 34
by Faren Miller……………….. 35
by Russell Letson…………… 38
by Edward Bryant………….. 38
by Carolyn Cushman……… 39
Recommended Short Fiction
by Mark R. Kelly…………….. 76
by James Patrick Kelly…… 77
1994 Recommended
Reading List 40
1994 Book Summary 43
1994 Magazine Summary …46
1994 Cinema Summary 49
Letters, information, and credit card subscriptions
can be sent by E-mail to: locus@
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I nter v iew s
Jack McDevitt: Big Questions . 4
Allan Cole and Chris Bunch:
The Accidental Series…………. 5
Locus Looks a t Books
– 13-
Distillations: Short Fiction
Reviews by Mark R. Kelly:
Alternate Outlaws, Mike Resnick, ed.; Deals with
the Devil, Mike Resnick, Martin H. Greenberg, &
Loren D. Estleman, eds.; New Worlds 4, David
Garnett, ed.; Interzone 12/94; F&SF 1/95; SF Age
1/95; Asimov’s 2/95; Analog 1/95.
-17-
Reviews by Gary K. Wolfe:
Walking the Moon, Elizabeth Hand; Georgia on
My Mind, and Other Places, Charles Sheffield;
Earthfall: Homecoming, Volume 4, Orson Scott
Card; Becoming Human, Valerie J. Freireich; The
Three Golden Keys, Peter Sis; SHORT TAKES:
The Fantastic Art of Jacek Yerka: A Portfolio
of Twenty-Two Paintings, Jacek Yerka, translated
by Anna Lukaszuk; Lexicon Urthus,
Michael Andre-Driussi; The Vonnegut Encyclopedia:
An Authorized Compendium, Marc
Leeds; Science Fiction Fandom, Joe Sanders,
ed.
– 21-
Reviews by Faren Miller:
The Unusual Life of Tristram Smith, Peter
Carey; Humility Garden, Felicity Savage;
Assassin’s Apprentice, Robin Hobb; Only Forward,
Michael Marshall Smith; Frank’s World,
George Mangels; SHORT TAKES: Interesting
Times, Terry Pratchett; Odds & Gods, Tom Holt.
-25-
Reviews by Edward Bryant:
Pictures at 11, Norman Spinrad; Shadow on the
Sun, Richard Matheson; The Best of Whispers,
Stuart David Schiff, ed.; Dragon Moon, Chris
Claremont & Beth Fleisher; Deadly After Dark,
Jeff Gelb & Michael Garrett, eds.
-29-
Short Reviews by
Carolyn Cushman:
Keeper of Cats, Elizabeth H. Boyer; The Witch
and the Cathedral, C. Dale Brittain; Damned and
Fancy, John Brosnan; Daughter of Prophecy,
Anne Kelleher Bush; Assassin’s Apprentice,
Robin Hobb; The War of the Lords Veil, Adam
Nichols; Under the Healing Sign, Nick O’Donohoe;
World Without End, Sean Russell; Cat’s
Paw, L.A. Taylor.
PHOTO LISTING
Jack McDevitt…… (BG)4 Paul Di Fillippo…….(F) 10
Allan Cole, Bruce Holland
Chris Bunch… (CNB)5 Rogers……………(F) 11
Newt Gingrich & Wu Y an……………… (F)11
Mrs. Gingrich…. (JJ)7
PHOTO CREDITS: (CNB) Charles N. Brown, (BG) Beth
Gwinn, (JJ) Jane Jewell, (F) Furnished.
Publisher & Editor-in-Chief: Charles N. Brown; Managing Editor: Marianne S. Jablon; Editors: Faren C. Miller, Carolyn F. Cushman;
Assistant Editor: Kirsten Gong-Wong; Editorial Trainee: Amy Sisson; Contributing Editors: Edward Bryant, Mark R. Kelly,
Russell Letson, Tom Maddox, Gary K. Wolfe; Special Projects: William G. Contento; Photographer: Beth Gwinn.
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LOCUS February 1995/3
L istin g s
Convention Listings …………….. 52
Magazines Received – December 54
Books Received – December.. 55
British Books – November…… 62
Bestsellers…………………………….. 68
C o lumns & D epartments
People & Publishing …………….. 10
QuotePage…………………………….. 31
Locus Letters……………………….. 70
Editorial Matte rs …………………… 70