The Locus Index to Science Fiction: 1984-1998

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Chiron Stephen Baxter (Birmingham Science Fiction Group, Nov ’93 [Nov ’96], £3.00, 12pp, ph, cover by David A. Hardy) [Xeelee] Original short story issued in a limited edition of 400 numbered copies, to coincide with Baxter’s Guest of Honour appearance at Novacon 23.

Science Fiction Stories ed. Ulrike Becker & Claus Varrelmann (Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag 3-423-09308-0, Aug ’93, 224pp, pb) Anthology with English and German versions of nine SF stories.

Stars [“They Have Not Seen the Stars”] Ray Bradbury (Santa Anna, CA: Gold Stein Press, 1993, hc) Reprint poem printed as a miniature (7 x 9 cm) book in a limited edition of 95 copies signed by the author.

The Science-Fantasy Publishers: Supplement One, July 1991-June 1993 Jack L. Chalker & Mark Owings (Mirage Press, Oct ’93, $10.00, x+164pp, tp) Non-fiction, a supplement to Chalker and Owings’ The Science-Fantasy Publishers. This is a revised and expanded version of “Supplement One, July 1991-June 1992”, published in 1992.

I Believe in Angels Fiona Cooper (Serpent’s Tail 1-85242-284-X, 1993, £7.99, 146pp, tp, cover by Paula Cox) Original collection of 17 mainstream/fantasy stories (2 reprint). [Not seen]

Loopy Is the Inner Ear Keith Allen Daniels (Quick Glimpse Press, 1993, $5.00, 44pp, pc) SF/fantasy poetry collection.

Horrorscape ed. Gary Goshgarian (Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co. 0-8403-8181-6, 1993, 252pp, tp) Textbook.

Predator Kathryn M. Griffith (Zebra 0-8217-4402-X, 1993, $4.50, 352pp, pb) Horror novel. “In Crater Lake, Oregon, when carcasses of dead animals are found—mauled and eaten—and tourists begin disappearing, the townspeople worry than a prehistoric beast has made Crater Lake his feeding ground.”

Mystery and Wonder Margaret Iveson & Samuel Robinson (Prentice Hall Canada, Inc., 1993, 137pp, tp) Textbook.

By the Gun Richard Matheson (M. Evans 0-87131-747-8, 1993, $18.95, 171pp, hc) Associational collection of six Western stories, two apparently original.

By the Gun Richard Matheson (Berkley 0-425-14099-7, Feb ’94 [Jan ’94], $4.50, 179pp, pb) Reprint (M. Evans 1993) associational collection of six Western stories, two apparently original.

A Sound of Thunder ed. Ian Mills (Addison-Wesley 0-201-60217-2, 1993, 152pp, tp) Textbook.

Best of the Midwest’s Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror: Volume II ed. Brian Smart (ESA Books 0-9628684-1-8, 1993, tp) Anthology of 28 stories, mostly original, from authors predominant in the small press field. Initial printing was withdrawn because of problems over the cover varnish.

Antepenult: The Selected Poetry of W. Gregory Stewart W. Gregory Stewart (Concord, CA: Dark Regions Press, 1993, $3.95, 35pp, ph, cover by Helen Shoenfeld) Collection of 20 poems with illustrations by Helen Shoenfeld, edited by Bobbi Sinha.

Starsongs: Tau Whetu ed. Jean Weber (Norsewood, New Zealand: Pegapuss Press 0-473-01798-9, 1993 [Jun ’93], 88pp, octavo)

Ghost Stories ed. Robert Westall (Kingfisher 1-85697-884-2, 1993, $6.95, 253pp, hc) Young adult ghost anthology. First American edition (Kingfisher 1988).

Ghostly Tales ed. Kevin Troop (Stamford, Lincs: K.T. Publications KT29, Dec ’93, £1.50, 40pp, ph) Collection of prize-winning and commended stories and poems from a competition held by the small-press Third Half magazine.

Aberations [# 8, 1993] ed. Jon L. Herron (Experiences Unlimited; Walnut Creek, CA, $3.50, 64pp+, octavo, cover by Mike Ehinger)

Aberations [# 9, 1993] ed. Jon L. Herron (Experiences Unlimited; Walnut Creek, CA, $3.50, 64pp+, octavo, cover by Michael Kucharski) Numbers 10-12 were not printed.

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