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All Things Under the Moon Robert Morgan (Berkley Prime Crime 0-425-14302-3, Jul 94 [Jun 94], $4.99, 211pp, pb) [Teddy London] Dark fantasy/mystery novel, fourth book of a series featuring occult PI Teddy London, who is tracking a deadly werewolf. Morgan is a pen name for C.J. Henderson.
The Only Thing to Fear Robert Morgan (Berkley Prime Crime 0-425-14468-2, Nov 94 [Oct 94], $4.99, 241pp, pb) [Teddy London] Dark fantasy/mystery novel, fifth book of a series featuring occult PI Teddy London. Morgan is a pen name for C.J. Henderson.
The Totem (Complete and Unaltered) David Morrell (Donald M. Grant 1-880418-25-8, Sep 94, $24.95, 383pp, hc, cover by Thomas Canty) Horror novel, the first American publication of the unedited complete text, significantly longer and different from the version originally published by Evans (1979). With black-&-white illustrations by Thomas Canty and a new introduction by the author. A 1,000-copy signed edition (-26-6, $100.00) was announced but not seen, and includes nine full-color tipped-in plates. First American edition (Headline 1991). Available from Donald M. Grant, PO Box 187, Hampton Falls NH 03844.
Ship of Dreams Dean Morrissey (Mill Pond Press/Abrams 0-8109-3848-0, Sep 94, $14.95, unpaginated, hc, cover by Dean Morrissey) Childrens picture book with text and full-color illustrations by Morrissey.
Towing Jehovah James Morrow (Harcourt Brace 0-15-190919-9, May 94 [Apr 94], $23.95, 371pp, hc, cover by Simon Ng) [Towing Jehovah] Literary fantasy novel of a tanker captain charged with towing the two-mile long corpse of God to the Arctic to save Him from sharks and decomposition.
Towing Jehovah James Morrow (Easton Press, Jun 94, no price, 371pp, hc) [Towing Jehovah] Literary fantasy novel. This is being published simultaneously with the Harcourt Brace edition listed two months ago. This special leatherbound gilt-edge edition is part of the Signed First Editions of Science Fiction series and is available by subscription only.
Towing Jehovah James Morrow (SFBC #03991, Aug 94 [Jul 94], $10.98, 371pp, hc, cover by Simon Ng) [Towing Jehovah] Reprint (Harcourt Brace 1994) literary fantasy novel of a tanker captain charged with towing the two-mile long corpse of God to the Arctic to save Him from sharks and decomposition. Similar to the Harcourt Brace edition except this lacks a price and has the SFBC number on the back jacket.
Nebula Awards 28 ed. James Morrow (Harcourt Brace 0-15-600039-3, Apr 94, $12.95, 328pp, tp, cover by Craig Rosenberg) Anthology of nine stories including the 1992 Nebula Award winners plus the Rhysling Poetry Awards winner plus an essay by Frederik Pohl and other non-fiction commentary. A hardcover edition (-100082-4, $24.95) is also available.
- ix · Introduction · James Morrow · in
- 1 · Is Science Fiction Out to Lunch? Some Thoughts on the Year 1992 · John Clute · ar *
- 10 · Even the Queen · Connie Willis · ss IASFM Apr 92
- 27 · Danny Goes to Mars · Pamela Sargent · nv IASFM Oct 92
- 52 · Matters End · Gregory Benford · nv Cheap Street; New Castle, VA, 1989
- 95 · Gentleman Fritz · Poul Anderson · ar Locus Oct 92
- · Doing It Right · David Hartwell · ar Locus Oct 92
- · A World Without Fritz · Stephen King · ar Locus Oct 92
- 104 · Let There Be Fandom · Frederik Pohl · ar The Way the Future Was, Frederik Pohl, Ballantine, 1978
- 123 · The July Ward · S. N. Dyer · nv IASFM Apr 91
- 145 · Lennon Spex · Paul Di Filippo · ss Amazing Jul 92
- 160 · The Mountain to Mohammed · Nancy Kress · ss IASFM Apr 92
- 179 · Hopeful Monsters: The SF and Fantasy Films of 1992 · Nick Lowe · ar *
- 193 · Song of the Martian Cricket · David Lunde · pm IASFM Dec 91
- 195 · Vinland the Dream · Kim Stanley Robinson · ss IASFM Nov 91
- 207 · Life Regarded as a Jigsaw Puzzle of Highly Lustrous Cats · Michael Bishop · nv Omni Sep 91
- 228 · City of Truth · James Morrow · na London: Legend, 1991
- 319 · About the Nebula Awards · Misc. · ms *
- · Selected Titles from the 1992 Preliminary Nebula Ballot · Misc. · bi *
- · Past Nebula Award Winners · Misc. · bi *
Friday the 13th: Jasons Curse Eric Morse (Berkley 0-425-14339-2, Jul 94 [Jun 94], $3.50, 186pp, pb) [Friday the 13th] Young-adult horror novelization based on the endless series of splatter films featuring an undead mass murderer in a hockey mask. Second book of a new series. Copyrighted by New Line Productions.
Friday the 13th: Mothers Day Eric Morse (Berkley 0-425-14292-2, Jul 94 [Jun 94], $3.50, 186pp, pb) [Friday the 13th] Young-adult horror novelization based on the endless series of splatter films featuring an undead mass murderer in a hockey mask. First book of a new series. Copyrighted by New Line Productions.
Friday the 13th: Road Trip Eric Morse (Berkley 0-425-14383-X, Sep 94 [Aug 94], $3.50, 187pp, pb) [Friday the 13th] Young-adult horror novelization based on the endless series of splatter films featuring an undead mass murderer in a hockey mask; fourth book of a series. Copyrighted by New Line Productions.
Friday the 13th: The Carnival Eric Morse (Berkley 0-425-15825-X, Jul 94 [Jun 94], $3.50, 184pp, pb) [Friday the 13th] Young-adult horror novelization based on the endless series of splatter films featuring an undead mass murderer in a hockey mask. Third book of a new series. Copyrighted by New Line Productions.
The Stone Movers Patricia Mullen (Warner Aspect 0-446-60106-3, Jan 95 [Dec 94], $5.50, 359pp, pb, cover by Tim Hildebrandt) Fantasy novel of five races Human, Dwarf, Elf, Peskie, and Ogre who can move stone mountains if they work together, but are threatened by a new religion of human supremacy.
Dance Dance Dance Haruki Murakami (Kodansha International 4-7700-1683-2, Jan 94, $22.00, 393pp, hc, cover by Maki Sasaki) [Wild Sheep Chase] Literary fantasy/magic realism novel, a sequel to A Wild Sheep Chase.
The Elephant Vanishes Haruki Murakami (Random House/Vintage 0-679-75053-3, Jul 94 [Jun 94], $12.00, 327pp, tp, cover by P. J. Szymkowiak) Reprint (Knopf 1993) collection of 17 stories, many SF or fantasy, translated from Japanese by various translators.
The Destroyer #96: Infernal Revenue Warren Murphy & Richard Sapir (Worldwide Library Gold Eagle 0-373-63211-8, Sep 94 [Aug 94], $4.99, 399pp, pb) [Destroyer] Fantasy adventure thriller in the endless Remo Williams series, most without fantasy elements. First book of the series since 1992, now coming from a new publisher. Copyrighted by M.C. Murphy.
C.S. Lewis in Context Doris T. Myers (Kent State University Press 0-87338-497-0, Sep 94 [Jul 94], $28.00, 248pp, hc) Non-fiction, criticism. An analysis of Lewis that attempts to put him in the same context as the mainstream literary fiction of his time. Includes specific sections analyzing the various fantasy novels. Available from Kent State University Press, PO Box 5190, Kent OH 44242-0001. [C. S. Lewis]
The Summit Edward Myers (Penguin/Roc 0-451-45419-7, Nov 94 [Oct 94], $5.99, 426pp, pb, cover by Boris Vallejo) [Mountain Made of Light] Fantasy novel, third in the Mountain Made of Light series. Refugees from a civil war seek a lost city in the Andes.
Morning Child Harold Myra (Zondervan 0-310-46221-5, Nov 94, $9.99, 175pp, tp, cover by Tom Bookwalter) [Children of the Night] Christian fantasy novel, third book in the Children of the Night trilogy.
Time Machines: Time Travel in Physics, Metaphysics, and Science Fiction Paul J. Nahin (American Institute of Physics Press 0-88318-935-6, May 93 [May 94], $45.00, 408pp, hc) History, criticism. A technical look at the possiblities of time travel, with much emphasis on fictional visions of it. With a bibliography of time travel fiction. This has a 1993 copyright date but was unseen until now. Available from American Institute of Physics, 500 Sunnyside Blvd., Woodbury NY 11797-2999.
Duplicates Andrew Neiderman (Berkley 0-425-14395-3, Oct 94 [Sep 94], $4.99, 263pp, pb) Medical horror thriller about a couple who discover that their missing child has become a guinea pig for a monstrous research project.
Anno Dracula Kim Newman (Avon 0-380-72345-X, Oct 94 [Sep 94], $5.99, 409pp, pb) [Dracula] Reprint (Simon & Schuster UK 1992) World Fantasy Award-nominated horror/dark fantasy thriller about an alternate-world Victorian England where the kingdom is under the sway of Dracula, new consort to Queen Victoria.
Anno-Dracula Kim Newman (SFBC #02343, Apr 94 [Mar 94], $9.98, 359pp, hc) [Dracula] Reprint (Simon & Schuster UK 1992) epic horror/dark fantasy thriller about an alternate-world Victorian England where the kingdom is under the sway of Dracula, new consort to Queen Victoria. A World Fantasy Award nominee. Similar to the 1993 Carroll & Graf edition except this lacks a price and has the SFBC number on the back jacket.
The Quorum Kim Newman (Carroll & Graf 0-7867-0132-3, Oct 94 [Sep 94], $21.00, 311pp, hc) Dark fantasy novel retelling the story of Faust in contemporary London. First American edition (Simon & Schuster UK 1994).
Silent Sonata Deborah Nicholas (Dell 0-440-21354-1, May 94 [Apr 94], $4.99, 390pp, pb) Occult romance about a classical pianist possessed by the spirits of dead composers.
Beyond Uhura: Star Trek and Other Memories Nichelle Nichols (Putnam 0-399-13993-1, Jan 95 [Oct 94], $22.95, 320pp, hc) [Star Trek] Autobiography of an actress deeply involved with Star Trek and Gene Roddenberry.
Making Book Teresa Nielsen Hayden (NESFA Press 0-915368-55-2, May 94 [Jun 94], $9.95, 158pp, tp, cover by Teresa Nielsen Hayden) Associational non-fiction; a collection of 15 essays and reviews by the Hugo Award-nominated fan writer. This is a 500-copy limited edition. Available from NESFA Press, PO Box 809, Framingham MA 01701-0203. Please add $2 postage & handling.
The Serpent Slayers Adam Niswander (Integra Press 0-9626148-2-3, Mar 94, $21.95, 308pp, hc, cover by Armand Cabrera) [Shaman Cycle] Southwestern horror novel, second book in the Shaman Cycle. A 250-copy signed limited edition ($75.00) was announced but not seen. Available from Integra Press, 1702 West Camelback Rd., Suite 119, Phoenix AZ 85015.
Crashlander Larry Niven (Ballantine Del Rey 0-345-38168-8, Apr 94 [Mar 94], $4.99, 281pp, pb, cover by Don Dixon) [Beowulf Shaeffer] Collection of six stories plus a framing story, all set in the Known Space universe and featuring Beowulf Shaeffer. The framing story is original.
- 1 · Ghost: One · lk *
- 8 · Neutron Star · nv If Oct 66
- 29 · Ghost: Two · lk *
- 32 · At the Core · ss If Nov 66
- 54 · Ghost: Three · lk *
- 57 · Flatlander · nv If Mar 67
- 102 · Ghost: Four · lk *
- 107 · Grendel · nv Neutron Star, Ballantine, 1968
- 158 · Ghost: Five · lk *
- 160 · The Borderland of Sol · nv Analog Jan 75
- 208 · Ghost: Six · lk *
- 213 · Procrustes · na Bridging the Galaxies, San Francisco Science Fiction Conventions, 1993
- 262 · Ghost: Seven · lk *
- 271 · Ghost: Eight · lk *
Man-Kzin Wars VI ed. Larry Niven (Baen 0-671-87607-4, Jul 94 [Jun 94], $5.99, 310pp, pb, cover by Stephen Hickman) [Man-Kzin Wars] Original anthology of a short novel and a novella set in Nivens Known Space universe.
The Weekend Was Murder Joan Lowery Nixon (Dell Laurel-Leaf 0-440-21901-9, May 94 [Apr 94], $3.99, 193pp, pb) [Dark and Deadly Pool] Reprint (Delacorte 1992) young-adult fantasy mystery. A 16-year-old girl solves a murder by getting help from a ghost, who was the sole witness. Sequel to non-fantasy The Dark and Deadly Pool.
Annals of the Witch World Andre Norton (SFBC #03716, Aug 94 [Jul 94], $12.98, 519pp, hc, cover by David A. Cherry) [Witch World] Omnibus of the first three books in the Witch World series, Witch World (Ace 1963), Web of the Witch World (Ace 1964), and Year of the Unicorn (Ace 1965).
- · Witch World · n. New York: Ace, 1963
- · Web of the Witch World · n. New York: Ace, 1964
- · Year of the Unicorn · n. New York: Ace, 1965
Brother to Shadows Andre Norton (Easton Press, Feb 94, no price, 311pp, hc) Sf novel. This edition is being published simultaneously with the Morrow AvoNova edition listed four months ago. This special leatherbound gilt-edge edition is part of the Signed First Editions of Science Fiction series and is available by subscription only.
Brother to Shadows Andre Norton (AvoNova 0-380-77096-2, Oct 94 [Sep 94], $5.50, 311pp, pb, cover by Daniel Horne) Reprint (Morrow AvoNova 1993) SF novel of a young outcast who joins forces with an alien lizard being.
Golden Trillium Andre Norton (Bantam Spectra 0-553-56095-6, Apr 94 [Mar 94], $5.99, 340pp, pb, cover by Mark Harrison) [Trillium] Reprint (Bantam Spectra 1993) fantasy novel, second sequel to Black Trillium, the collaborative by Norton, Julian May, and Marion Zimmer Bradley. May wrote the first sequel.
The Hands of Lyr Andre Norton (Morrow AvoNova 0-688-13417-3, Jun 94 [May 94], $22.00, 388pp, hc, cover by Gary Ruddell) Fantasy novel of a young couples search for light in a land blighted by darkness.
Moon Mirror Andre Norton (Tor 0-812-50303-1, Aug 94, $4.99, 250pp, pb, cover by Yvonne Gilbert) Reissue (Tor 1988) collection of nine stories; second printing.
Firehand Andre Norton & P. M. Griffin (Tor 0-312-85313-0, Jun 94 [May 94], $19.95, 220pp, hc, cover by Walter Velez) [Time Traders] SF novel in the Time Traders series. Copyrighted by Andre Norton, Ltd.
Redline the Stars Andre Norton & P. M. Griffin (Tor 0-812-51986-8, Mar 94 [Feb 94], $4.99, 304pp, pb, cover by Martin Andrews) [Solar Queen] Reprint (Tor 1993) sf novel in the Solar Queen series.
Flight of Vengeance Andre Norton, Pauline Griffin & Mary Schaub (Tor 0-812-50706-1, Jun 94 [May 94], $4.99, 383pp, pb, cover by Dennis A. Nolan) [Witch World] Reprint (Tor 1992) original anthology of two fantasy stories set in Nortons Witch World universe, second book of the Witch World: The Turning series. Copyrighted by Andre Norton, Ltd.
On Wings of Magic Andre Norton, Patricia Mathews & Sasha Miller (Tor 0-812-50828-9, Jan 95 [Dec 94], $5.99, 409pp, pb, cover by Dennis A. Nolan) [Witch World] Reprint (Tor 1994) omnibus of two original novels, We The Women by Matthews and Falcon Magic by Miller, set in Nortons Witch World series. There is a short introduction by Norton.
Catfantastic III ed. Andre Norton & Martin H. Greenberg (DAW 0-88677-591-4, Feb 94 [Jan 94], $4.99, 319pp, pb, cover by Braldt Bralds) Original anthology of 20 fantasy stories about cats.
Medicine Show Jody Lynn Nye (Ace 0-441-00085-1, Aug 94 [Jul 94], $4.99, 261pp, pb, cover by Peter Peebles) [Taylors Ark] SF adventure novel about a starfaring doctor, sequel to Taylors Ark.
Haunted: Tales of the Grotesque Joyce Carol Oates (Penguin/Dutton 0-525-93655-6, Feb 94 [Jan 94], $21.95, 307pp, hc, cover by Francisco Goya) Collection of 16 stories of horror and the grotesque, one apparently original. With an afterword by the author.
- 3 · Haunted · nv The Architecture of Fear, ed. Kathryn Cramer & Peter D. Pautz, Arbor House, 1987
- 26 · The Doll · nv Epoch, 1980
- 49 · The Bingo Master · ss Dark Forces, ed. Kirby McCauley, Viking, 1980
- 72 · The White Cat · nv A Matter of Crime v2, ed. Matthew J. Bruccoli & Richard Layman, HBJ, 1987
- 99 · The Model · nv EQMM Oct 92
- 147 · Extenuating Circumstances · ss Sisters in Crime 5, ed. Marilyn Wallace, Berkley, 1992
- 154 · Dont You Trust Me? · ss Glamour Aug 92
- 158 · The Guilty Party · ss Glamour Jul 91
- 172 · The Premonition · ss Playboy Dec 92
- 188 · Phase Change · nv Omni Visions One, ed. Ellen Datlow, Omni Books, 1993
- 211 · Poor Bibi [Poor Thing] · ss Tikkun May/Jun 92
- 219 · Thanksgiving · ss Omni Nov 93
- 232 · Blind · ss *
- 247 · The Radio Astronomer · ss Antæus Spr 93
- 254 · Accursed Inhabitants of the House of Bly · nv The Antioch Review Win 92
- 284 · Martyrdom · nv MetaHorror, ed. Dennis Etchison, Dell Abyss, 1992
- 303 · An Afterword by the Author · aw
Omega Score Mel Odom (HarperPaperbacks 0-06-100617-3, Mar 94 [Feb 94], $3.99, 279pp, pb, cover by Danilo Ducak) Associational thriller about high-tech terrorism.
The Magic and the Healing Nick ODonohoe (Ace 0-441-00053-3, May 94 [Apr 94], $4.99, 324pp, pb, cover by Vincent Segrelles) [Crossroads] Fantasy novel. A veterinary student enters a fantasy world in order to help an injured unicorn and other fantastical creatures.
The Star Trek Encyclopedia: A Reference Guide to the Future Michael & Denise Okuda & Debbie Mirek (Pocket 0-671-86905-1, Apr 94 [May 94], $18.00, 396pp, tp) [Star Trek] Media reference, an encyclopedic guide to the Star Trek universe. A hardcover edition (-88684-3, $25.00) is also available.
Death Served Up Cold B. J. Oliphant (Fawcett Gold Medal 0-449-14896-3, Dec 94 [Nov 94], $4.99, 234pp, pb, cover by Jerry LoFaro) [Shirley McClintock] Associational autobiographical mystery novel, fifth book featuring New Mexico rancher/detective Shirley McClintock. Oliphant is a pseudonym for Sheri S. Tepper.
The Cannibal Owl Chad Oliver (Bantam 0-553-29656-6, Jul 94 [Jun 94], $4.99, 305pp, pb, cover by Lou Glanzman) Associational; Western novel, Olivers last book.
Scherzi, I Believe Lance Olsen (Wordcraft of Oregon 1-877655-11-2, Jun 94, $9.95, 130pp, tp, cover by Andi Olsen) Collection of 21 stories and vignettes, many fantasy, with collage art by Andi Olsen. This is a 250-copy signed numbered limited edition. Available from Wordcraft of Oregon, PO Box 3235, La Grande OR 97850.
- 9 · Family · ss, 1989
- 15 · Madman Agonistes · ss
- 24 · Augustines Last Days · ss Yellow Silk
- 29 · Watch and Ward · ss
- 35 · Egyptian Hyperspace, Although · ss
- 41 · Moving · ss *
- 49 · Exterminating the Monkeys · vi
- 52 · Friedrich Nietzsches Birthday Party · ss
- 57 · Loss · ss
- 62 · Live Sex: Microwaves: LOndon · ss
- 68 · Small But Significant Invasions · ss
- 72 · Plazma Blizzard · ss
- 82 · My Dates with Franz · ss
- 91 · The Death of Hieronymous Bosch · ss
- 98 · Two Children Are Menaced by a Nightmare · ss
- 102 · Down in Frenchburg · vi
- 105 · Marigolds · ss
- 109 · Welcome to Seattle and Other Unnatural Practices · vi
- 111 · Thirty Messages · ss
- 118 · Michael Jackson Dances with the Elephant Mans Bones · ss
- 124 · Final · ss
Tonguing the Zeitgeist Lance Olsen (Permeable Press 1-882633-04-0, May 94, $11.95, 192pp, tp) Near-future SF novel set in a world where MTV stardom is the ultimate goal, you just have to give up your life... Available from Permeable Press, 47 Noe St. Suite 4, San Francisco CA 94114.
The Love Song of Laura Morrison Jerry Oltion (Paper Moon Press, Apr 94, no price, 30pp, ph) Sf short story, with artwork by Janet Aulisio. This is a 250-copy Roman-numbered limited edition distributed at the 1994 Nebula Awards weekend. A 1,000-copy trade edition was announced but not seen. Order from Blue Moon Books, 360 W. First, Eugene OR 97401. Credit card orders: (503) 345-6197.