Table of Contents, July 1995

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M a i n Sto r ies
Octavia E. Butler Gets $295,000
MacArthur Grant………………… 8
HWA Stoker Awards…………….. 9
Authors Form Electronic
Rights Service…………………….. 9
The Wonderful Contest of Oz.. 9
Galaxy Follows Omni into
The Great Unknown……………. 9
T h e D a ta File
Worldcon Update………………………… 9
Announcements……………………………9
Readings & Signings………………….. 9
Publishing News…………………………. 9
Bookstore News……………………….. 66
Financial News…………………………..66
Comics News…………………………….. 66
Online Legal N ew s …………………….66
Awards & Contests…………………….67
Book News………………………………….67
Magazine News………………………… 67
Rights………………………………………… 67
Market News……………………………… 67
Multimedia News……………………….68
Multimedia Received………………… 68
Publications Received……………….68
P h o to St o r i es
First Fandom at I-Con…………. 11
Datlow in Oz……………………….. 11
Roger Zelazny……………………….. 7
Mike McQuay……………………….. 62
Appreciations by:
Arthur C. Clarke………………… 62
Russell Galen…………………….. 62
John Wooley……………………….62
Bradley H. Sinor………………… 62
(Walter) Ryerson Johnson…….62
Abram Ruvimovich Palely …….62
Charlotte Franke……………………63
Curt Clemmer………………………..63
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July 1995
Table of Contents v o l . 35 no. 1
A B A 1995
The above photo graced the cover of the
Official Directory & Buyer’s Guide at this
year’s ABA. See page 8 for report.
INTERVIEWS
Pat Cadigan:
Transforming the Familiar….. 4
John Clute:
The Passage of the Knot……. 5
C on vent ion s
ABA 1995 …………………………….. 8
Listin g s
Convention Listings………………….39
Magazines Received – May…….. 42
Books Received – May……………. 43
British Books – April…………………54
Photo Listing ………………………………70
C olumns & D e partments
People & Publishing………………….10
QuotePage………………………………… 33
Bestsellers………………………………… 60
Editorial Matters………………………..63
Locus Letters……………………………..66
Locus Looks at Books
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Distillations: Short Fiction
Reviews by Mark R. Kelly:
Asimov’s 9/95; F&SF 6/95; Interzone 5/95; Century
5-6/95; SHORT TAKE: The Steampunk Trilogy,
Paul Di Filippo.
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Reviews by Gary K. Wolfe:
Sailing Bright Eternity, Gregory Benford; Lethe,
Tricia Sullivan, Full Spectrum 5, Jennifer
Hershey, Tom Dupree & Janna Silverstein, eds.;
Amnesia Moon, Jonathan Lethem; The Detached
Retina: Aspects of SF & Fantasy, Brian
W. Aldiss.
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Reviews by Faren Miller:
The Dragon and the Unicorn, A.A. Attanasio;
The Book of Atrix Wolfe, Patricia A. McKillip,
Night Magic, Tom Tryon; An Intimate Knowledge
of the Night, Terry Dowling; Amnesia
Moon, Jonathan Lethem; Lethe, Tricia Sullivan;
Marks of Our Brothers, Jane Lindskold.
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Reviews by Russell Letson:
Gaia’s Toys, Rebecca Ore; Regenesis, Julia
Ecklar; Flatlander, Larry Niven.
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Reviews by Edward Bryant:
Rose Madder, Stephen King; Strange Highways,
Dean Koontz; The Safety of Unknown
Cities, Lucy Taylor.
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Short Reviews
by Carolyn Cushman:
BIG FOLKS’ BOOKS: Doc Sidhe, Aaron Allston;
Rider at the Gate, C.J. Cherryh; To Build Jerusalem,
John Whitbourn; A Sorcerer and a Gentleman,
Elizabeth Willey; KIDDIE CORNER: The Ear,
the Eye, and the Arm, Nancy Farmer; The Winds
of Mars, H.M. Hoover; Dream Voyager, Thomas
Locke; Jimmy, the Pickpocket of the Palace,
Donna Jo Napoli; Sabriel, Garth Nix; Aurora,
Sally Odgers; Fall-Out, Gudrun Pausewang; The
Wild Hunt, Jane Yolen.
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 Assistant: Amy Sisson; Contributing Editors: Edward Bryant, Mark R. Kelly,
Russell Letson, Gary K. Wolfe; Special Projects: William G. Contento; Photographer: Beth Gwinn.
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