The March issue features interviews with Leigh Bardugo and S.A. Chakraborty; a column by Cory Doctorow; obituaries and appreciations for Betty Ballantine, Carol Emshwiller, and Carrie Richerson; the 2018 Nebula Awards Ballot, 2018 Stoker Awards Final Ballot, 2019 Carnegie and Greenaway Medal Longlists, the BSFA, Audie, and Spectrum 26 Awards Finalists; a photo story on Finch for the Stage; obituaries for Michaelene Pendleton and Cary Heater; US and British Forthcoming
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The February issue features an interview with Derek Künsken; our 2018 Year in Review with the 2018 Recommended Reading List and 2018 Book and Magazine summaries; a column by Kameron Hurley; the PKD Award Finalists; SFWA news; the Stoker Preliminary Ballot; photo stories on Christopher Rowe, Heinlein’s The Puppet Grand Master, and Rick Bowes‘ 75th birthday; obituaries for Fred Patten, Jane Langton, Larry Eisenberg, and Walter Dinjos; the Locus Poll and Survey; and
The January issue features interviews with Charles Vess and Kathleen Jennings; Gaylactic Spectrum and Parsecs awards winners; Barnes and Noble and The New Yorker Best of the Year lists; a column by Cory Doctorow; photo stories on Nnedi Okorafor, Manchess Exhibition, and SF Writers in China; the Locus Holiday Party; Locus Looks at Art spotlights; an obituary for Thomas P. Dunn; and reviews of short fiction and books by Charlie N. Holmberg, Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah, Tasha Suri, Maria Dahvana Headley and many others.
The December issue features interviews with Kim Stanley Robinson and Becky Chambers; World Fantasy, National Book, and Prix Utopiales awards winners; Publishers Weekly, Kirkus, and Amazon Best of the Year lists; a column by Kameron Hurley; a photo story on Forbidden Planet Halloween Signing; World Fantasy and SF in Brazil convention reports; US and British Forthcoming Books; obituaries for Dave Duncan, William Goldman, and Stan Lee; and reviews of short fiction and books
The November issue features an interview with Andy Duncan; MacArthur Genius Grant news; British Fantasy, Aurora, Sunburst, Copper Cylinder, Geffen, and Elgin awards winners; a column by Cory Doctorow; photo stories on Galactic Philadelphia, the Neukom Awards ceremony, George R.R. Martin, and Genrepalooza; international reports on Israel and Estonia; obituaries for Pat Lupoff, Anthea Bell, and David J. Willoughby, and reviews of short fiction and books by Paul Di Filippo,
The October issue features interviews with N.K. Jemisin and Kate Elliott; obituaries for K.C. Ball and Roger Lee Vernon; a column by Kameron Hurley; the Dragon and Dwarf Stars awards winners; Worldcon 76 and Hugo Voting reports; DragonCon; 2018 National Book Awards Longlists; The New Academy Prize Shortlist; Space and Time Magazine news; photo stories; and reviews of short fiction and books by F. Brett Cox, Tade Thompson, L. Timmel Duchamp, Priya Sharma, and many
The September issue features interviews with Kelly Robson and Rebecca Roanhorse; obituaries for Michael Scott Rohan and Gerald M. Weinberg; a column by Cory Doctorow; the Hugo, Retro-Hugo, Mythopoeic, Chesley, and Sidewise awards winners; Worldcon & NASFiC Site Selection news; US and British Forthcoming Books; a spotlight on Jason Kirk of 47North; George R.R. Martin in Conversation with John Picacio; and reviews of short fiction and books by Sonya Taaffe, Dave Hutchinson,
The August issue features interviews with Martha Wells and Curtis Chen; appreciations for Harlan Ellison; obituaries for Eugene E. Olson and Clive King; a column by Kameron Hurley; the World Fantasy Award Finalists; the winners of the Campbell, Sturgeon, Clarke, Shirley Jackson, Gemmell, and Prometheus awards; convention reports from the Locus Awards Weekend and Readercon 29; reports on international SF in Scotland and China; and reviews of short fiction and books by Brian McClellan, P. Djèlí
The July issue features interviews with Laura Anne Gilman and Fonda Lee; appreciations for Gardner Dozois; obituaries for Philip Roth, Christopher Stasheff, and E.J. Shumak; a column by Cory Doctorow; the Locus, Lambda Literary, and Audie Awards Winners; the 2018 Locus Poll; the 2017 SF&F Hall of Fame Inductees; convention reports from WisCon 42 and the 2018 Nebula Conference, and reviews of short fiction and books by Rebecca Roanhorse, Barry N. Malzberg,
The June issue features interviews with Jeffrey Ford and Theodora Goss; appreciations for Susan Ann Protter; an obituary for William O’Connor; a column by Kameron Hurley; US and British Forthcoming Books; the 2018 Nebula, Asimov’s Readers’, Analog AnLab, and Spectrum 25 awards winners; the Chesley, Clarke, Gemmell, and Shirley Jackson awards finalists; and reviews of short fiction and books by Rebecca Roanhorse, Barry N. Malzberg, Alma Katsu, Derek Künsken, and
The May issue features interviews with Nick Harkaway and Ada Palmer; appreciations for Peter Nicholls; obituaries for Philip Kerr, Ahmed Khalid Towfik, and David Bischoff; a column by Cory Doctorow; reports on ICFA, the 2018 Williamson Lectureship, the Writers and Illustrators of the Future Awards, Norwescon 41, and The Outer Dark Symposium; the 2018 Hugo Awards and 1943 Retro Hugo ballots; the PKD, BSFA, Ditmar, Aurealis, and Kitschies Awards winners; and reviews of
The April issue features interviews with Jeff VanderMeer and Tananarive Due; appreciations for Kate Wilhelm; obituaries for Karen Anderson, Peter Nicholls, Mary Rosenblum, Stephen Hawking, and Bill Crider; a column by Kameron Hurley; spotlights on Michelle Sagara and Sarah Pinsker; the Tiptree, Stoker, and Dell awards winners; and reviews of short fiction and books by Sam J. Miller, T. Kingfisher, Peter Clines, Chandler Klang, and many others. Overseas? Email Locus before ordering print issues.