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September 1998 Issue 452 Vol. 41 No. 3
31 st Year of Publication 20-Time Hugo Winner
1998 Hugo Awards Winners/6
1998 World Fantasy Awards Nominations/7
1997 Chesley Awards Winners/7 Spike/8 Worldcon Draws 5,400/8
Avon Anthology Announced/8 Tor Licenses Electonic Books/8
Created By Created/8 Hachette Buys Orion/8
THE DATA FILE
Crown Bankruptcy Update/9 Picador USA Separated/9
SF Makes Modern Library’s “Top 100” List – and Online Poll/9
SF Documentary Series in Progress/9 Leisure Launches Horror Book Club/9
Oracular Tolkien!/9 Announcements/9 Worldcons News/9
Readings & Signings/9 Awards News/81 Contest News/82
Legal News/82 Book News/82 Financial News/82
Magazine News/82 Rights News/82 Multi-Media Received/82
Publications Received/82 Catalogs Received/83
Sheri S. Tepper: Speaking to the Universe/4
Complete Hugo Voting/30 The 1998 Hugo Awards Ceremony/32
1998 Locus Survey Results/52
Paul Lehr/78 Paul Lehr: An Appreciation by Algis Budrys/78
Thomas (T.A.) Waters/78 T.A.W. by Michael Kurland/78
John V. Baltadonis/78 T. Bruce Yerke/79
Robert W. “Doc” Lowndes: An Appreciation by Frederik Pohl/79
“RAWL” by Mike Ashley/79
Forthcoming Books/36 British Forthcoming Books/46
Convention Listings/58 Magazines Received: July/60
Books Received: July/61 British Books: June/71
Bestsellers/76 Photo Listing/86 Index to Ads/86
COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS
People & Publishing/10 Locus Letters/80 Editorial Matters/80
LOCUS LOOKS AT BOOKS
Distillations: Short Fiction
Reviews by Mark R. Kelly / 13
Amazing Summer/98; Odyssey #4; Analog 7-8/98; Interzone
7/98; Asimov’s 8/98; F&SF 6/98; Event Horizon
Reviews by Gary K. Wolfe / 15
The Twinkling of an Eye, Brian W. Aldiss; Inherit the
Earth, Brian Stableford; The Children Star, Joan
Slonczewski; Psychoshop, Alfred Bester & Roger
Zelazny; Time Pieces, Michael Bishop.
Reviews by Faren Miller / 19
Song for the Basilisk, Patricia A. McKillip; The Royal
Changeling, John Whitbourn; Inversions, lain M.
Banks; The Dark Lord of Derkholm, Diana Wynne
Jones; Queen of Demons, David Drake; The History
of Our World beyond the Wave, R.E. Klein.
Reviews by Russell Letson / 21
Aftermath, Charles Sheffield; Beaker’s Dozen, Nancy
Kress; Ancients of Days, Paul J. McAuley.
Reviews by Edward Bryant / 23
Bag of Bones, Stephen King; Silk, Caitlin R. Kiernan;
The Searchers: City of Iron, Chet Williamson; The
Wilds, Richard Laymon; SHORT TAKE: The Queen of
the Legion, Jack Williamson.
Short Reviews by Carolyn Cushman / 25
The King and Queen of Swords, Tom Arden; Dragon,
Steven Brust; The Witches of Eileanan, Kate Forsyth;
The Faun’s Folly, Sandra Heath; Sister to the Rain,
Melisa Michaels; The High House, James Stoddard;
Mind Changer, James White.
Short Reviews by Preston Grassmann / 27
White Light, William Barton & Michael Capobianco;
Earth Herald, Jan Clark; The Sum of All Men aka
The Runelords, David Farland; Carnivores of Light
and Darkness, Alan Dean Foster; Standing Wave,
Howard V. Hendrix; Aftermath, Charles Sheffield.
CHARLES N. BROWN
Publisher & Editor-in-Chief
MARIANNE S. JABLON
MARK R. KELLY
FAREN C. MILLER
CAROLYN F. CUSHMAN
GARY K. WOLFE
WILLIAM G. CONTENTO
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