Table of Contents, August 2000

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CHARLES N. BROWN
Publisher & Editor-in-Chief
MARK R. KELLY
Electronic Editor-in-Chief
KIRSTEN GONG WONG
Managing Editor
FAREN C. MILLER
CAROLYN F. CUSHMAN
Editors
CYNTHIA RUSCZYK
Editorial Assistant
EDWARD BRYANT
KAREN HABER
MARIANNE JABLON
RUSSELL LETSON
JONATHAN STRAHAN
GARY K. WOLFE
Contributing Edi tors
WILLIAM G. CONTENTO
Computer Projects
BETH GWINN
Photographer
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
August 2 0 0 0 Issue 475 Vol. 45 No.2
33rd Year of Publication 2 1-Time Hugo Winner
MAIN STORIES
2000 Locus Awards Winners/9
Vinge, Marusek Win Campbell, Sturgeon Memorial Awards/10
Potter Phenom Continues/10
Warner Aspect First Novel Contest Gets Towering Response/10
Resnick Wins Eiffel Tower Award/10
THE DATA FILE
SF/Scientists and the Interstellar Sail/11
Bertelsmann Book HQ Moves to US/11 Wildside Buys Cosmos/11
Announcements/11 Worldcon Update/60 Awards News/60
Market News/60 Legal News/60 Rushdie Update/61
Readings & Signings/61 Financial News/61 Book News/61
Magazine News/61 POD Notes/61 Online Update/61
Multi-Media News/61 Publications Received/61
Multi-Media Received/61 International Rights/62 Other Rights Sales/62
Catalogs Received/62
PHOTO STORIES
Dramatic Nebula Presentation/11 Fantasy Art on the Web/11
INTERVIEWS
Brian Aldiss: Young Turk to Grand Master/6
Candas Jane Dorsey: Saving the World/8
LOCUS POLL
Locus Poll Results/34
OBITUARIES
Moderan Man Forever: In Memory of David R. Bunch
by Keith Allen Daniels/56
LISTINGS
Magazines Received: June/38 Books Received: June/39
British Books: May/49 Bestsellers/54
Photo Listing/66 Index to Ads/66
COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS
People & Publishing/12 Locus Letters/56 Editorial Matters/56
LOCUS LOOKS AT BOOKS
Distillations: Short Fiction
Reviews by Mark R. Kelly / 15
Century Spring 2000; Interzone 4/2000; Interzone 5/2000;
Asimov’s 7/2000.
Reviews by Gary K. Wolfe / 19
Brain Plague, Joan Slonczewski; Sister Emily’s
Lightship and Other Stories, Jane Yolen; The Essential
Hal Clement, Volume Two: Music of Many Spheres,
Mark L. Olsen & Anthony R. Lewis, eds.; The SFWA
Grand Masters: Volume Two, Frederik Pohl, ed.; French
Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror and Pulp Fiction: A
Guide to Cinema, Television, Radio, Animation,
Comic Books, and Literature from the Middle Ages
to the Present, Jean-Marc Lofficier & Randy Lofficier.
Reviews by Faren Miller/23
The Telling, Ursula K. Le Guin; Soulsaver, James
Stevens-Arce; King of the City, Michael Moorcock; In
Green’s Jungles, Gene Wolfe; Kingdom of the Grail,
Judith Tarr; SHORT TAKE: White Mars, Brian Aldiss with
Roger Penrose.
Reviews by Russell Letson / 25
Saturn’s Race, Larry Niven & Steve Barnes; Evergence:
The Dying Light, Sean Williams; George Turner: A Life,
Judith Raphael Buckrich.
Reviews by Edward Bryant / 27
High Cotton: Selected Stories of Joe R. Lansdale,
Joe R. Lansdale; The Ushers, Edward Lee; SHORT
TAKE: The Salutation, Sylvia Townsend Warner.
Short Reviews by Carolyn Cushman / 31
Transformation, Carol Berg; Prophecy, Elizabeth
Haydon; The Black Chalice, Marie Jakober; Protector
of the Small: Page, Tamora Pierce; Callahan’s Key,
Spider Robinson; Chimera, Will Shetterly; Rules of
Conflict, Kristine Smith.
LOCUS July 2000 / 3