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---- September 1999 Events ----

This Month: 50th Anniversary issue of The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction (F&SF) appears.

September Conventions include:
Sep 2-6: Aussiecon 3/1999 Worldcon in Melbourne, Australia (Hugo Awards)
Sep 10-12: Armadillocon 21 in Austin TX
Sep 17-19: Fantasycon 23 in Birmingham UK (British Fantasy Awards)

---- September 1999 Books ----
  • Bear, Greg • Darwin's Radio • (Ballantine Del Rey, 1st US, hc)
  • Bujold, Lois McMaster • A Civil Campaign • (Baen, hc)
  • Card, Orson Scott • Ender's Shadow • (Tor, hc)
  • Carroll, Jonathan • The Marriage of Sticks • (Tor, 1st US, h, hc)
  • Clement, Hal • Half Life • (Tor, hc)
  • Hamilton, Peter F. • The Naked God • (Macmillan UK, hc)
  • King, Stephen • Hearts in Atlantis • (Hodder & Stoughton, c, hc)
  • King, Stephen • Hearts in Atlantis • (Simon & Schuster/Scribner, c, h, hc)
  • Lethem, Jonathan • Motherless Brooklyn • (Doubleday, hc)
  • McAuley, Paul J. • Shrine of Stars • (Orion/Gollancz, hc)
  • Nylund, Eric S. • A Signal Shattered • (Avon Eos, hc)
  • Pratchett, Terry • Carpe Jugulum • (HarperPrism, 1st US, hc)
  • Pringle, David, ed. • The Ant Men of Tibet and Other Stories • (Pulp Fictions UK, tp)
  • Robinson, Frank M. • Science Fiction of the 20th Century • (Collectors Press, nf, hc)
  • Robinson, Kim Stanley • The Martians • (Bantam Spectra, 1st US, c, hc)
  • Sarrantonio, Al, ed. • 999 • (Avon, hc)
  • Stableford, Brian • Architects of Emortality • (Tor, hc)
  • Williams, Tad • Otherland 3: Mountain of Black Glass • (Little Brown/Orbit, hc)
  • Williams, Tad • Otherland: Mountain of Black Glass • (DAW, hc)
  • Williamson, Jack • The Collected Stories of Jack Williamson, Volume Two: Wolves of Darkness • (Haffner Press, c, hc)
  • Zebrowski, George • Cave of Stars • (HarperPrism, hc)





Sep 10: Stigmata -- d. Rupert Wainwright; st. Patricia Arquette, Gabriel Byrne. website
Sep 10: Stir of Echoes -- d. David Koepp; st. Kevin Bacon. From a 1958 Richard Matheson novel. website
Sep 15: American Beauty -- d. Sam Mendes; st. Kevin Spacey, Annette Bening. (DreamWorks)
Sep 17: Breakfast of Champions -- d. Alan Rudolph; st. Nick Nolte, Bruce Willis, Albert Finney. From Kurt Vonnegut's novel. (Buena Vista)
Sep 24: Mumford -- d. Lawrence Kasdan; st. Loren Dean. (Touchstone) website
[Sep] Dracula -- The 1931 Tod Browning film with a new score by Philip Glass, available on video, music CD, and performed in concert.

Forthcoming books are selected titles from the comprehensive listings updated every three months in Locus Magazine. This color indicates 1st editions published in the UK; This color indicates 1st US editions of books previously in the UK or elsewhere; others are 1st editions published in the US. Abbreviations indicate hc=hardcover, tp=trade paperback; c=collection, a=associational [non-genre], h=horror, nf=nonfiction. If not indicated hc or tp, the book is mass-market paperback or we're not sure. Schedules are tentative and subject to change -- particularly in later months.

Film listings are drawn from numerous sources, including Coming Attractions and Web Film Release Schedule. Colored dates indicate films of SF/F/H interest; a few other films of associational interest or that are otherwise noteworthy are also listed. Dates themselves are for scheduled first releases in major US cities, and are highly subject to change!.

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