Table of Contents, September 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 Editors
WILLIAM G. CONTENTO
Computer Projects
BETH GWINN
Photographer
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
September 2000 Issue 476 Vol. 45 No.3
33rd Year of Publication 21-Time Hugo Winner
MAIN STORIES
World Fantasy Awards Nominations/11 Amazing Suspends Publication/12
The Plant to Grow/12 Haydon’s Prophecy Donation/12
Writers Reclaim eRights/12
THE DATA FILE
Pullman to Get Major Push/13 The Infinite Matrix to Appear/13
Publishers Add eBooks/13 Canadian SF Reprint Line/13
Announcements/80 Call for Papers/80
Worldcon Update/80 Awards News/80
Legal News/81 Readings & Signings/81
Publishing News/81 eMagazine News/81
Book News/81 Financial News/81
International Rights/82 Other Rights Sales/82
Online Update/82
PHOTO STORIES
Aurora Awards/11 A Stapledon Celebration/12 A Clarke Knighthood/13
INTERVIEWS
Laurell K. Hamilton: Death & Sex/5
Terry Bisson: Fixing the World/8
SPECIAL
Locus Survey Results/50
OBITUARIES
Emil Petaja/76 Michael Gilbert/76
Mike Gilbert: An Appreciation by Vincent Di Fate/76
Mike Gilbert: An Appreciation by Tad Williams/77
Sherwood Springer/78 A. Reynolds Morse/78
Milton Angott/78 Ray Gibberd/78 Charles Benjamin Card/78
LISTINGS
Forthcoming Books/34 British Forthcoming Books/44
Convention Listings/56 Magazines Received: July/58
Books Received: July/59 British Books: June/69
Bestsellers/74 Photo Listing/86 Index to Ads/86
COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS
People & Publishing/14 Locus Letters/78 Editorial Matters/79
LOCUS LOOKS AT BOOKS
Distillations: Short Fiction
Reviews by Mark R. Kelly /1 7
Interzone 6/2000; F&SF 8/2000; Amazing Stories Summer
2000; Sci Fiction 6/2000.
Reviews by Gary K. Wolfe / 21
The Telling, Ursula K. Le Guin; The Sky Road, Ken
MacLeod; The Perseids and Other Stories, Robert
Charles Wilson; Worlds Vast and Various, Gregory
Benford.
Reviews by Faren Miller / 25
The Truth, Terry Pratchett; Year of the Griffin, Diana
Wynne Jones; The Grand Ellipse, Paula Volsky; Sky of
Swords, Dave Duncan; A Dance for Emilia, Peter S.
Beagle.
Reviews by Russell Letson / 27
The Miocene Arrow, Sean McMullen;The Collapsium,
Wil McCarthy; The Bone Yard, Paul Johnston.
Reviews by Edward Bryant / 29
Gothique, Kyle Marffin; The Bottoms, Joe R. Lansdale;
All the Rage, F. Paul Wilson; SHORT TAKES: Night
Freight, Bill Pronzini.
Short Reviews by Carolyn Cushman / 31
The Invisible Ring, Anne Bishop; Is this Apocalypse
Neccessary?, C. Dale Brittain; Call From A Distant
Shore, Stephen L. Burns; Rats, Bats, and Vats, Dave
Freer & Eric Flint; Kirith Kirin, Jim Grimsley; Colony
Fleet, Susan R. Matthews; Harry Potter and the Goblet
of Fire, J.K. Rowling; T’nT:Telzey & Trigger, James
H. Schmitz.
LOCUS July 2000 / 3