Table of Contents, September 1997

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
September 1997 Issue 440 Vol. 39 No. 3
30th Year of Publication 18-Time Hugo Winner
MAIN STORIES
CHARLES N. BROWN
Publishe r & Edi tor-in-Chi ef
MARIANNE S. JABLON
Mana ging Editor
FAREN C. MILLER
CAROLYN F. CUSHMAN
Editor s
KIRSTEN GONG-WONG
As s i s t ant Edi tor
EDWARD BRYANT
MARK R. KELLY
RUSSELL LETSON
GARY K. WOLFE
Cont r ibut ing Editors
JONATHAN STRAHAN
Visi ting Editor
WILLIAM G. CONTENTO
Special Projects
BETH GWINN
Photographe r
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World Fantasy Awards Nominations/7
Avon Eos Announced/7
Legend Sold to Orbit/8 Hopkinson Wins Warner Contest/8
Kirchoff to Head Wizards Book Lines/8
HarperCollins Rumors Swirl/8
THE DATA FILE
Publishing News/9 Announcements/9 Call for Papers/9
Readings & Signings/9 Rhodan Returns/9
Awards News/9 Online News/81 Market Update/81
Legal News/81 First Amendment News/81 Book News/81
Financial News/81 Rights & Options/82
INTERVIEWS
Kim Stanley Robinson: Antarctica and Other Alien Landscapes/4
LOCUS SURVEY
1997 Locus Survey Results/54
CONFERENCES
The 1997 Academic Conference on Canadian SF & Fantasy/57
Science Fiction Research Association Conference: 1997/57
OBITUARIES
William S. Burroughs/78 Caroline Macdonald/78
Amos Tutuola: An Appreciation by Michael Swanwick/78
LISTINGS
Forthcoming Books/34 British Forthcoming Books/50
Convention Listings/58 Magazines Received: July/62
Books Received: July/63 British Books: June/71
Bestsellers/76 Photo Listing/86 Index to Ads/86
COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS
People & Publishing/10 Locus Letters/79 Editorial Matters/79
LOCUS LOOKS AT BOOKS
Distillations: Short Fiction
Reviews by Mark R. Kelly /1 3
Interzone 6/97; Asimov’s 9/97; F&S F 8/97; Realms of
Fantasy 6/97.
Reviews by Gary K. Wolfe /1 7
Antarctica, Kim Stanley Robinson; The Rise of
Endymion, Dan Simmons; Saint Leibowitz and the
Wild Horse Woman, Walter M. Miller, Jr.; My Soul to
Keep, Tananarive Due; Saul’s Death and Other Poems,
Joe Haldeman.
Reviews by Russell Letson / 21
Diaspora, Greg Egan; Tomorrow and Tomorrow,
Charles Sheffield; / Slant, Greg Bear.
Reviews by Faren Miller / 23
Antarctica, Kim Stanley Robinson;/Slant, Greg Bear;
Centuries, A.A. Attanasio; Allamanda, Michael Williams;
The Puttermesser Papers, Cynthia Ozick.
Reviews by Edward Bryant / 25
My Soul to Keep, Tananarive Due; ’48, James Herbert;
The Mirror of Night, Roberta Lannes; SHORT TAKES:
Hungry Eyes, Barry Hoffman; Dirty Coppers, Ed
Gorman & Richard Chizmar; Fangoria Masters of the
Dark, Anthony Timpone, ed.; Black River Falls, Ed
Gorman.
Short Reviews by Carolyn Cushman / 27
Time Wreck, also as The Red-Eared Ghosts, Vivien
Alcock; The Butcher of Glastonbury, David Bowker;
Gravelight, Marion Zimmer Bradley; Prodigy, Jan
Clark; The Seraphim Rising, Elisabeth DeVos;
Deathstalker War, Simon R. Green; Those Darn Dithers,
Sid Hite; The Book of Water, Marjorie B. Kellogg;
Second Fire, Mike Moscoe; The Vampire’s Beautiful
Daughter, S. P. Somtow; God’s Dice, S. Andrew Swann;
Exegesis, Astro Teller.
Short Reviews by Jonathan Strahan / 29
Voyages by Starlight, Ian R. MacLeod; The Gift,
Patrick O’Leary; Jingo, Terry Pratchett; Someone to
Watch Over Me, Tricia Sullivan; Jack Faust, Michael
Swanwick; A Geography of Unknown Lands, Michael
Swanwick.
Commentary by John Clute / 31
Briar Rose, Robert Coover; Freedom & Necessity,
Steven Brust & Emma Bull.
LOCUS September 1997 / 3