Table of Contents, November 1999

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
November 1999 Issue 466 Vol. 43 No.5
32nd Year of Publication 21-Time Hugo Winner
MAIN STORIES
Gunter Grass Wins Nobel/10 Classic Silverberg Revived/10
Freelancers Win Big in Court/10
Nicholson & Chari Win 1998 Hubbard $4000 Awards/10
Bertelsmann Now the Biggest/11 Fandom, Inc./11
THE DATA FILE
Harry Potter Faces Censorship/11 HarperCollins/Avon Merge Continues/11
Pocket Reorganized/11 Baen Brings Back Serials/11
Crown Out of Bankruptcy/11 B&N: Enforced “Efficiency”/1 1
Writers Digest Top 100/11 Publishing News/73 Announcements/73
Readings & Signings/73 International Awards/74 Contest News/74
Call for Papers/74 Magazine News/74 Book News/74 Financial News/74
Publications Received/74 Catalogs Received/74
INTERVIEWS
Catherine Asaro: Dancing Equations/6
CONVENTIONS
Aussiecon Three/38
OBITUARIES
Marion Zimmer Bradley/9
Appreciations by Betsy Wollheim, Diana L. Paxson,
Jennifer Roberson, Cherry Wilder, Poul Anderson/70
Charles D. Hornig/66 Jose J. Veiga/66 Eddie Jones/66
Frank B. Bryning/66 Joe Mayhar/66 Tad Dembinski/66
LISTINGS
Magazines Received: September/45 Books Received: September/46
British Books: August/58 Bestsellers/64 Photo Listing/78 Index to Ads/78
COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS
People & Publishing/12 Locus Letters/71 Editorial Matters/72
LOCUS LOOKS AT BOOKS
Distillations: Short Fiction
Reviews by Mark R. Kelly / 17
F&SF 10-11/99; Asimov’s 10-11/99.
Reviews by Gary K. Wolfe / 21
Bios, Robert Charles Wilson; The Conqueror’s Child,
Suzy McKee Charnas; SHORT TAKES: Deconstructing
the Starships: Science, Fiction and Reality,
Gwyneth Jones; Demand My Writing: Joanna
Russ/Feminism/Science Fiction, Jeanne Cortiel; The
Great War with Germany, 1890-1914,I.F. Clarke, ed.;
Back in the Spaceship Again: Juvenile Science Fiction
Series Since 1945, Karen Sands & Marietta Frank;
Young Adult Science Fiction, C.W. Sullivan III; No
Go the Bogeyman: Scaring, Lulling, and Making
Mock, Marina Warner; Immortal Monster: The Mythological
Evolution of the Fantastic Beast in Modern
Fiction and Film, Joseph D. Andriano; The Robert
Heinlein Interview and Other Heinleiniana, J. Neil
Schulman; The Chesley Bonestell Space Art Chronology,
Melvin H. Shuetz.
Reviews by Faren Miller / 25
There and Back Again, by Max Merriwell, Pat Murphy;
The Twist, Richard Calder; Saint Fire, Tanith Lee; The
Stars Compel, Michaela Rossner; Memoranda, Jeffrey
Ford; Indigo, Graham Joyce; SHORT TAKES:
Leningrad Nights, Graham Joyce.
Reviews by Russell Letson / 27
All Tomorrow’s Parties, William Gibson; Starfire,
Charles Sheffield.
Reviews by Edward Bryant / 29
The Descent, Jeff Long; Nightmare’s Disciple, Joseph
S. Pulver, Sr.; SHORT TAKES: Hannibal, Thomas
Harris; Noontide Night, Andrew Burt; Dragon’s
Fin Soup, S.P. Somtow; Black Oak: Winter Knight,
Charles L. Grant; Old Fears, John Wooley & Ron Wolfe;
The X-Files: Skin, Ben Mezrich.
Short Reviews by Carolyn Cushman /31
The Keep of Fire, Mark Anthony; Dragon and Phoenix,
Joanne Bertin; Cauldron of Iniquity, Anne Lesley
Groell; The River’s Gift, Mercedes Lackey; Star Split,
Kathryn Lasky; A Shadow on the Glass, Ian Levine;
Vengeance of Dragons, Holly Lisle; Change of Command,
Elizabeth Moon; Double Contact, James White.
Not-So-Short Reviews by Jonathan Strahan / 33
A Civil Campaign, Lois McMaster Bujold; End of
Days, Dennis Danvers; Foreign Bodies, Stephen
Dedman; All Tomorrow’s Parties, William Gibson; A
Red Heart of Memories, Nina Kiriki Hoffman; Say
Goodbye, Lewis Shiner.
Locus Looks at Art Books
Reviews by Karen Haber / 35
Fantasy Art of the New Millennium, The Best in
Fantasy and SF Art Worldwide, Dick Jude;
Transluminal: the Paintings of Jim Burns, Jim Bums;
Apollo, An Eyewitness Account by Astronaut/Explorer
Artist/Moonwalker Alan Bean, Alan Bean with
Andrew Chaikin; SHORT TAKES: Five Children and
It, E. Nesbit; Galerie Morpheus Fantastic Art Calendar
2000; H.R. Giger Calendar 2000.
CHARLES N. BROWN
Publisher & Editor-in-Chief
MARK R. KELLY
Elect roni c Editor-in-Chief
KIRSTEN GONG-WONG
Managing Editor
FAREN C. MILLER
CAROLYN F. CUSHMAN
Edi tors
CYNTHIA RUSCZYK
Editorial Trainee
EDWARD BRYANT
KAREN HABER
RUSSELL LETSON
JONATHAN STRAHAN
GARY K. WOLFE
Contributing Edi tors
WILLIAM G. CONTENTO
Comput e r Projects
BETH GWINN
Photographer
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