The Locus Index to Science Fiction: 1984-1998

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The Further Adventures of Batman 2: Featuring the Penguin ed. Martin H. Greenberg (Bantam Spectra 0-553-56012-3, Jul ’92 [Jun ’92], $4.99, 425pp, pb, cover by Joe DeVito) [Batman] Original anthology of 11 stories about Batman and the Penguin, most with marginal sf or fantasy elements and all but two by veteran sf writers.

Isaac’s Universe Volume Three: Unnatural Diplomacy ed. Martin H. Greenberg (AvoNova 0-380-75753-2, Jul ’92 [Jun ’92], $4.99, 258pp, pb, cover by Martin Andrews) [Isaac’s Universe] Original shared-world anthology of seven sf stories, with an introduction by Robert Silverberg, set in a universe created by Asimov just for this series.

The Super Hugos ed. Martin H. Greenberg (Baen 0-671-72135-6, Sep ’92 [Aug ’92], $4.99, 424pp, pb, cover by Frank Kelly-Freas) Anthology of ten Hugo Award-winning stories, selected as “the best of the best” by the 1992 Hugo voters. With an introduction by Charles Sheffield plus an analysis of the voting and a list of all Hugo Award winners. The volume is attributed only as “Presented by Isaac Asimov” with a note that he was unable to do so before his death.

A Taste for Blood ed. Martin H. Greenberg, Stefan R. Dziemianowicz & Robert Weinberg (Dorset 0-88029-770-0, Aug ’92 [Sep ’92], $9.95, 589pp, hc) Anthology of 15 vampire novellas with an introduction by Dziemianowicz. This is an instant remainder edition. Only Greenberg’s name appears on the cover.

Christmas Bestiary ed. Rosalind M. & Martin H. Greenberg (DAW 0-88677-528-0, Nov ’92 [Oct ’92], $4.99, 315pp, pb, cover by John Howe) Original anthology of 19 fantasy Christmas stories featuring mythical beasts, with a field guide to Christmas Beasts by Stefan R. Dziemianowicz.

Dragon Fantastic ed. Rosalind M. & Martin H. Greenberg (DAW 0-88677-511-6, May ’92 [Apr ’92], $4.50, 299pp, pb, cover by John Howe) Original anthology of 16 stories about dragons, with an introduction by Tad Williams.

Take Back Plenty Colin Greenland (SFBC #19840, Jun ’92 [Aug ’92], $8.98, 484pp, hc, cover by Glen Orbik) [Tabitha Jute] Reprint (Unwin 1990) humorous sf novel of a female astronavigator in an interstellar ghetto. Winner of the Arthur C. Clarke Award and the BSFA award. This lacks an ISBN and price and the SFBC number is on the back jacket.

Hobkin Peni Griffin (Macmillan McElderry 0-689-50539-6, Apr ’92, $14.95, 202pp, hc, cover by Pam-Ela Harrelson) Young-adult fantasy about runaway sisters who settle in an abandoned farmhouse and meet the brownie who lives there.

A Dig in Time Peni R. Griffin (Penguin/Puffin 0-14-036001-8, Dec ’92 [Nov ’92], $3.99, 186pp, tp, cover by Sergio Giovine) Reprint (McElderry 1991) young-adult time-travel fantasy novel.

The Last Vampire Kathryn Meyer Griffith (Zebra 0-8217-3771-6, Jun ’92 [May ’92], $4.50, 352pp, pb) Post-holocaust vampire novel. A woman survives a series of apocalyptic disasters but finds herself becoming a vampire.

Witches Kathryn Meyer Griffith (Zebra 0-8217-4031-8, Jan ’93 [Dec ’92], $4.50, 379pp, pb) Horror novel of a white witch who must protect her town from an evil coven.

J.R.R. Tolkien: Architect of Middle Earth Daniel Grotta (Running Press 1-56138-112-8, Apr ’92 [Jul ’92], $24.95, 197pp, hc, cover by Graham Evernden) Reprint (Running Press 1976) biography of Tolkien, with a new introduction by the author. With illustrations by the Brothers Hildebrandt. This edition is a reprint of the 1978 text which added an epilogue on The Silmarillion. [J. R. R. Tolkien]

Ancient Lights Davis Grubb (Zebra 0-8217-3807-0, Jul ’92 [Sep ’92], $9.00, 540pp, tp) Reprint (Viking 1982) comic novel with sf elements, Grubb’s last novel.

Inside Science Fiction: Essays on Fantastic Literature James Gunn (Borgo Press 0-89370-412-1, Sep ’92, $14.95, 176pp, tp) Non-fiction, criticism. A collection of 18 essays on sf, film, teaching sf, etc. A hardcover edition (-312-5, $27.00) was announced but not seen. Available from Borgo Press, PO Box 2845, San Bernardino CA 92406.

The Unpublished Gunn, Part One James Gunn (Chris Drumm Books 0-936055-52-9, Jun ’92, $4.00, 44pp, ph) Original collection of four previously unpublished stories, with an introduction by the author. Available from Chris Drumm Books, PO Box 445, Polk City IA 50226.

The Best of Astounding: Classic Short Novels from the Golden Age of Science Fiction ed. James Gunn (Carroll & Graf 0-88184-808-5, Aug ’92 [Jul ’92], $22.95, 438pp, hc) Anthology of six short novels originally published in Astounding between 1932 and 1958, with an introduction by Poul Anderson. This volume was abridged from three anthologies published by Easton Press in 1990.

Dragons on the Town Thorarinn Gunnarsson (Ace 0-441-15526-X, Dec ’92 [Nov ’92], $4.99, 295pp, pb, cover by Walter Velez) [Sherlock Holmes; Make Way for Dragons] Humorous fantasy novel, third book of the “Make Way for Dragons” series. An evil sorceress snatches Jenny Barker’s body and, as a ghost, she enlists the aid of Sherlock Holmes in hunting it down in New York.

Starwolves: Dreadnought Thorarinn Gunnarsson (Warner Questar 0-446-36322-7, Jan ’93 [Dec ’92], $4.99, 234pp, pb, cover by John Harris) [Starwolves] Sf adventure novel, fourth book of a series.

Dinotopia James Gurney (BOMC, Oct ’92, $15.95, 159pp, hc, cover by James Gurney) [Dinotopia] Reprint (Turner; Dorling Kindersley 1992) art book, a “traveler’s diary” through a “lost world” where humans and intelligent dinosaurs co-exist. Similar to the Turner edition except it lacks an ISBN and price and has a BOMC mark on the back.

Dinotopia: A Land Apart from Time James Gurney (Turner 1-878685-23-6, Sep ’92 [Jun ’92], $29.95, 159pp, hc, cover by James Gurney) [Dinotopia] Art book, a “traveler’s diary” through a “lost world” where humans and intelligent dinosaurs co-exist.

Dangerous Journeys™: The Anubis Murders Gary Gygax (Penguin/Roc 0-451-45214-3, Sep ’92 [Aug ’92], $4.99, 299pp, pb) [Dangerous Journeys] Fantasy novelization, first book in a new series based on a role-playing fantasy game.

Dangerous Journeys™: The Anubis Murders Gary Gygax (SFBC #03565, Dec ’92, $7.98, 299pp, hc, cover by Larry Elmore) [Dangerous Journeys] Reprint (Roc 1992) fantasy novelization, first book in a new series based on a game. This edition has no price and the SFBC number is on the back jacket. First hardcover edition.

Dangerous Journeys™: The Samarkand Solution Gary Gygax (Penguin/Roc 0-451-45299-2, Jan ’93 [Dec ’92], $4.99, 284pp, pb) [Dangerous Journeys] Fantasy novelization, second book in a series based on a fantasy role-playing game. Packaged by GDW and copyrighted by Omega Helios Ltd.

Mutant Legacy Karen Haber (Bantam Spectra 0-553-29671-X, Jan ’93 [Dec ’92], $4.99, 243pp, pb, cover by Jim Burns) [Mutant Season] Sf novel, fourth book of the “Mutant Season” series. With an introduction by Robert Silverberg. Packaged by Byron Preiss Visual Publications.

Mutant Star Karen Haber (Bantam Spectra 0-553-29492-X, Feb ’92 [Jan ’92], $4.50, 239pp, pb, cover by Jim Burns) [Mutant Season] Near-future sf novel of a mutant subculture striving for equality, third book of the series begun in The Mutant Season.

She H. Rider Haggard (Easton Press, Nov ’92, no price, 256pp, hc) [She] Reprint (Harper 1886) classic lost race fantasy novel, with an introduction by E.F. Bleiler and artwork by Frank Kelly Freas. This special leatherbound gilt-edge edition is part of the “Masterpieces of Science Fiction” series and is available by subscription only.

Crystalworld Isidore Haiblum (AvoNova 0-380-75859-8, Feb ’92 [Jan ’92], $4.50, 212pp, pb, cover by Gary Ruddell) [Happy City] Sf novel of a hidden dimension infiltrated by subversives. Third book in the “Happy City” series.

H: The Story of Heathcliff’s Journey Back to Wuthering Heights Lin Haire-Sargeant (Pocket 0-671-77700-9, Jul ’92 [Jun ’92], $20.00, 292pp, hc, cover by Pamela Patrick) Historical gothic novel with ghosts, a sequel to the Emily Brönte classic. The story deals with the years Heathcliff was away from Cathy while she was married to Edgar Linton.

Worlds Apart Joe Haldeman (AvoNova 0-380-71682-8, Jun ’92 [May ’92], $4.50, 227pp, pb, cover by Vincent DiFate) [Worlds] Reprint (Viking 1983) sf novel, second book in the “Worlds” trilogy.

Worlds Enough and Time Joe Haldeman (Morrow 0-688-09025-7, May ’92 [Apr ’92], $21.00, 332pp, hc, cover by Darryl Zudeck) [Worlds] Sf novel, third book of the “Worlds” trilogy. A fitting end to an excellent series. Highly recommended (CNB).

The Forever War, Volume 3 Joe Haldeman & Marvano (NBM 1-56163-045-4, Apr ’92 [May ’92], $8.95, 44pp, tp, cover by Marvano) [Forever War] Graphic novel based on Haldeman’s sf, the concluding third of a three-book set, with the adaptation by Haldeman and artwork by Marvano. A signed leatherbound limited edition (-046-2, $45.00) was announced but not seen. Available from NBM, 185 Madison Ave., Suite 1502, New York NY 10016.

Double Memory Phil Hale & Rick Berry (Donald M. Grant 1-880418-05-3, Dec ’92, $34.95, 117pp, hc, cover by Phil Hale & Rick Berry) Art book, a collection of work by the two artists. This project was designed entirely on a MacIIfx and 21 pages of color were supplied to the printer as finished files. A signed numbered slipcased deluxe edition (-04-5, $100.00) containing four additional duotones and a signed and numbered lithograph was announced but not seen. Order from Donald M. Grant, PO Box 187, Hampton Falls NH 03844.

Science Fiction and Fantasy Book Review Index Volume 19, 1988 Hal W. Hall (SFBRI 0-935064-23-0, Jun ’92, $10.00, 73pp, ph, cover by V. J. Wheeler) Non-fiction, reference. An index of reviews that appeared in 1988. Order from SFBRI, 3608 Meadows Lane, Bryan TX 77802.

The Magicians of Night Barbara Hambly (Ballantine Del Rey 0-345-36259-4, Feb ’92 [Jan ’92], $5.99, 356pp, pb, cover by Romas) [Sun-Cross] Fantasy novel, second book of the “Sun-Cross” duology. The wizard Rhion finds himself in our world, in 1940 Germany.

Sun-Cross Barbara Hambly (SFBC #03517, Jul ’92, $10.98, 616pp, hc, cover by Dean Morrissey) [Sun-Cross] Omnibus of two fantasy novels, The Rainbow Abyss (Grafton 1991) and The Magicians of Night (Del Rey 1992).

Nightseer Laurell K. Hamilton (Penguin/Roc 0-451-45143-0, Mar ’92 [Feb ’92], $4.99, 303pp, pb) Fantasy novel. A half-elf child seeks revenge on the evil witch who murdered her mother. A first novel.

Star Trek, the Next Generation: Nightshade Laurell K. Hamilton (Pocket 0-671-79566-X, Dec ’92 [Nov ’92], $5.50, 276pp, pb) [Star Trek, the Next Generation] Star Trek novelization, #24 in the series.

Aestival Tide Elizabeth Hand (Bantam Spectra 0-553-29542-X, Sep ’92 [Aug ’92], $5.50, 399pp, pb, cover by Wil Cormier) [Winterlong] Sf novel, sequel to Winterlong.

The Enchantment Kristin Hannah (Fawcett Gold Medal 0-449-14773-8, Aug ’92 [Jul ’92], $5.99, 404pp, pb) Fantasy historical romance set in the late 1890s, about a beautiful female financier who joins a successful search for the mythical city of Cibola.

Dream Maker W. A. Harbinson (Walker 0-8027-1214-2, Sep ’92 [Aug ’92], $21.95, 234pp, hc, cover by Alan Clark) Sf novel of an alien force that consumes human minds finding its way to Earth through the hole in the ozone layer. First American edition (Orbit 1991).

Anne Inez McCaffrey: Forty Years of Publishing: An International Bibliography Mathew D. Hargreaves (Mathew D. Hargreaves, Dec ’92, $35.00, 338pp, hc) Non-fiction, reference. An annotated bibliography that covers worldwide publication of McCaffrey’s work. First edition limited to 500 copies signed by McCaffrey and the compiler. Order from Mathew D. Hargreaves, PO Box 66099, Seattle WA 98166-0099. Please add $3.00 for postage. [Anne McCaffrey]

The Paradox Men Charles L. Harness (Easton Press, Sep ’92, no price, 212pp, hc) Reprint (Bouregy & Curl 1953 as Flight Into Yesterday) sf novel. This is the revised text of the 1984 Crown edition, with a new introduction by George Zebrowski and the author’s afterword from the Crown edition. There is artwork by Kent Bash. This special leatherbound gilt-edge edition is part of the “Masterpieces of Science Fiction” series and is available by subscription only.

Lightwing Tara K. Harper (Ballantine Del Rey 0-345-37161-5, Jul ’92 [Jun ’92], $4.99, 261pp, pb, cover by Edwin Herder) Sf novel. A telepath is part of a research team attempting to develop an FTL drive that will make humanity an equal member of galactic civilization.

The Power #1: The Possession Jesse Harris (Knopf Borzoi 0-679-82265-8, Mar ’92 [Feb ’92], $1.99, 187pp, pb, cover by Andrew Moore) [Power] Young-adult psychic horror thriller, first book of a new series. Teenage psychic McKenzie Gold senses danger when her friend accepts the gift of a shawl that turns out to be cursed and tries to possess her. This is priced at $1.99 as a special introductory offer, subsequent book will be $3.50.

The Power #2: The Witness Jesse Harris (Knopf Borzoi 0-679-82264-X, Mar ’92 [Feb ’92], $3.50, 136pp, pb, cover by Bob Wagner) [Power] Young-adult psychic horror thriller, second book of “The Power” series. Teenage psychic McKenzie Gold has a vision of a babysitter’s murder.

The Power #3: The Fear Experiment Jesse Harris (Knopf Borzoi 0-679-82266-6, May ’92 [Apr ’92], $3.50, 173pp, pb, cover by Andrew Moore) [Power] Young-adult psychic horror thriller, third book of a series. Teenage psychic McKenzie Gold falls for her new psychology teacher, who wields deadly power over his students lives through hypnosis. Packaged and copyrighted by The Parachute Press.

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