Table of Contents, June 1999

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Editors
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Editorial Trainee
EDWARD BRYANT
RUSSELL LETSON
GARY K. WOLFE
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Special Projects
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
June 1999 Issue 461 Vol. 42 No.6
32nd Year of Publication 20-Time Hugo Winner
MAIN STORIES
1998 Nebula Awards Winners/9
HarperPrism list Slashed Again/10 Aural Ellison Show/10
Pulpless Adds Pulp/10 ibooks/10
Analog and Asimov’s Readers Awards/10
1998 Chesley Awards Nominations/10
BEA ’99: Show Us the Celebrities!/11
THE DATA FILE
Carroll in Poland/11 LPC to Buy Carol Publishing/11
Canadian Mass Wholesaler Announced/11
Online Booksellers: Discounts,Investments on the Rise/11
New Electronic Consumer Website/11 Announcements/11
Awards News/11 International Awards News/73 Worldcons Update/73
Readings & Signings/74 Financial News/74 Book News/74
Rights/74 Magazine News/74 Publications Received/74
INTERVIEWS
Frank M. Robinson: Preserver of Pulp/4
Howard V Hendrix: Secular Mystic/6
CONVENTIONS
1999 Nebula Awards Banquet/9
OBITUARIES
Stephen Becker/68 Stephen Becker: An Appreciation by Joe Haldeman/68
Shel Silverstein/68 Carl Johan Holzhausen/68
Deaths Discovered: Paul J. Willis, Ralph Noyes/68
Jim Turner: An Appreciation by Greg Bear/68
A Tribute to Jim Turner by Robert Reed/69
LISTINGS
Forthcoming Boooks/32 British Forthcoming Books/44
Magazines Received: April/50 Books Received: April/51
British Books: March/61 Bestsellers/66
Photo Listing/78 Index to Ads/78
COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS
People & Publishing/12 Locus Letters/69 Editorial Matters/69
LOCUS LOOKS AT BOOKS
Distillations: Short Fiction
Reviews by Mark R. Kelly /1 5
Asimov’s 5/99; Asimov’s 4/99; SF Age 5/99; Interzone
4/99.
Reviews by Gary K. Wolfe /1 9
The Year’s Best Science Fiction: Sixteenth Annual
Collection, Gardner Dozois, ed.; Year’s Best SF 4,
David G. Hartwell, ed.; Dark Cities Underground, Lisa
Goldstein; Seven for the Apocalypse, Kit Reed; The
Dictionary of Science Fiction Places, Brian
Stableford.
Reviews by Faren Miller / 23
The Shadow of Ararat, Thomas Harlan; The Sea
Came In at Midnight, Steve Erickson; Dark Cities
Underground, Lisa Goldstein; The Sub: A Study in
Witchcraft, Thomas M. Disch; ThiGMOO, Eugene
Byrne.
Reviews by Russell Letson / 25
Down There in Darkness, George Turner; Operation
Luna, Poul Anderson; SHORT TAKE: Deep Time,
Gregory Benford.
Reviews by Edward Bryant / 27
The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon, Stephen King;
Brass, Robert J. Conley; Voodoo Child, Michael
Reaves; Wild Horses, Brian Hodge; SHORT TAKE:
The 50 Greatest Movies Never Made, Chris Gore.
Short Reviews by Carolyn Cushman / 31
Crystal Sage, Kara Dalkey; The Vampire Files: The
Dark Sleep, P.N. Elrod; Teek, Steven Krane; The Black
Swan, Mercedes Lackey; The Terrorists of Irustan,
Louise Marley; The Gnomewrench in the
Dwarfworks, Nick O’Donohoe; The Granite Shield,
Fiona Patton; Circle of Magic: Briar’s Book, Tamora
Pierce; News from the Edge: Vampires of Vermont,
Mark Sumner.
LOCUS June 1999/3