The Locus Index to Science Fiction: 1984-1998

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The Terminal Man Michael Crichton (Arrow 0-09-944211-6, Jul ’94 [Jun ’94], £4.99, 268pp, pb) Reprint (Knopf 1972) SF novel.

Star Trek: Sarek A. C. Crispin (Simon & Schuster UK 0-671-71875-4, Apr ’94 [Mar ’94], £9.99, 440pp, hc, cover by Keith Birdsong) [Star Trek] Reprint (Pocket 1994) SF novelization. [First U.K. edition]

Music, in a Foreign Language Andrew Crumey (Dedalus 1-873982-11-9, Mar ’94, £7.99, 243pp, tp, cover by Lise Weisgerber) Literary fantasy novel. Alternate-world Britain experiencing the collapse of communism.

The Anthology of Ghost Stories ed. Richard Dalby (Tiger Books 1-85501-503-0, Apr ’94 [Jul ’94], £9.95, 528pp, hc) Reprint (Robinson 1990 as The Mammoth Book of Ghost Stories.) ghost anthology. Abridged: the first 42 of the 52 stories in the original. An instant remainder edition.

The Virago Book of Ghost Stories: The Twentieth Century: Volume Two ed. Richard Dalby (Virago 1-85381-259-5, Aug ’94, £6.99, 318pp, tp, cover by Sir James Jebusa) Reprint (Virago 1991) anthology of 27 ghost stories, four original, written by women writers in the twentieth century, with an introduction by Sara Maitland.

Naming the Dark Annie Dalton (Mammoth 0-7497-1580-4, Mar ’94, £2.99, 232pp, pb, cover by Anthony Kerins) Reprint (Methuen 1992) young-adult fantasy novel. Internally dated 1993.

Warpath Tony Daniel (Millennium 1-85798-154-5, Feb ’94 [Jan ’94], £4.99, 295pp, tp, cover by Peter Jones) Reprint (Tor; Millennium 1993) sf novel about space-travelling Red Indians in the far future.

The Don Sebastian Vampire Chronicles Les Daniels (Raven 1-85487-343-1, Oct ’94, £5.99, 661pp, pb, cover by Les Edwards) [Don Sebastian] Omnibus of the first three novels in the series, The Black Castle (1978), The Silver Skull, and Citizen Vampire (1981). Each novel is separately paginated.

Moon of Desire Sophie Danson (Black Lace 0-352-32911-4, Apr ’94 [Aug ’94], £4.99, 240pp, pb) Erotic fantasy novel about a shapechanger. The author also writes as Erin Caine.

Little Deaths ed. Ellen Datlow (Millennium 1-85798-015-8, Sep ’94, £9.99, 454pp, tp) Original anthology of 24 stories of sex and horror by Lucius Shepard, Ruth Rendell, Harry Crews, Clive Barker, etc. A hardcover edition (-014-X, £16.99) is also available.

Fire and Air: The Master Pieces Triptych G. G. Davies (Nemuco Ltd. 1-898023-01-8, Nov ’93 [Jan ’94], £11.90, 111pp, hc) Collection of three linked original sf novellas. Order from P.O. Box 1115, Kings Norton, Birmingham, B30 1SJ.

Tolkien’s Ring David Day (HarperCollins UK 0-261-10298-2, May ’94, £17.99, 183pp, hc, cover by Alan Lee) Non-fiction, criticism. A study of the myths and legends that were the sources of inspiration for Lord of the Rings, illustrated by Alan Lee. [J. R. R. Tolkien]

Chronicles of the King’s Tramp Book II: The End-of-Everything Man Tom De Haven (Roc UK 0-14-014954-6, Apr ’94 [Mar ’94], £4.99, 436pp, pb) [King’s Tramp] Reprint (Doubleday Foundation 1991) fantasy/horror novel. Volume two in the series. [First U.K. edition]

The Little Country Charles de Lint (Pan 0-330-32107-2, Oct ’94, £5.99, 636pp, pb, cover by Keith Scaife) Reprint (Morrow 1991) fantasy novel.

Spiritwalk Charles de Lint (Macmillan UK 0-330-33245-7, Oct ’94, £9.99, 380pp, pb, cover by David Bergen) [Moonheart] Reprint (Tor 1992) omnibus of novel Ghostwood (Axolotl 1990), two novellas—Ascian in Rose (Axolotl 1986) and Westlin Wind (Axolotl 1989)—plus one short story, and introductory material. This omnibus is a sequel to Moonheart. A hardcover edition (-63729-1, £15.99) was announced but not seen. [First U.K. edition]

The Relic Eça De Queiroz; trans. by Margaret Jull Costa (Dedalus 0-946626-94-4, Jun ’94, £8.99, 281pp, tp, cover by J. M. Turner) Literary fantasy novel, translated from the Portugese (1887) and with an Introduction by Margaret Jull Costa. Apparently the first English-language edition. [First U.K. edition]

Mermaids and Magic Shows: The Paintings of David Delamare David Delamare (Paper Tiger 1-85028-249-8, Mar ’94, £10.95, 128pp, tp, cover by David Delamare) Lyrical, lavish portraits of sea maids and other anthropomorphs. With a witty and informative text by Nigel Suckling. Gorgeous.

The Mad Man Samuel R. Delany (Richard Kasak UK 1-56333-194-2, May ’94 [Nov ’94], £10.99, 506pp, tp, cover by Mia Wolff) Associational novel about a gay man having unprotected sex in the time of AIDS. This trade paperback edition was published in the UK only, while the simultaneous hardcover edition (-193-4, $23.95) was published in the US only.

Blackburn Bradley Denton (NEL 0-450-60395-4, Jul ’94, £4.99, 296pp, pb) Reprint (St. Martin’s 1993) associational non-supernatural horror novel. [First U.K. edition]

Legends of Lone Wolf 11: The Secret of Kazan-Oud Joe Dever & John Grant (Red Fox 0-09-915211-8, Jun ’94, £3.99, 288pp, pb, cover by Peter Andrew Jones) [Legends of Lone Wolf] Young-adult fantasy novel. John Grant is a pseudonym for Paul Barnett.

The Legends of Lone Wolf: The Lorestone of Varetta Joe Dever & John Grant (Red Fox 0-09-915201-0, Feb ’94, £3.99, 270pp, pb, cover by Peter Andrew Jones) [Legends of Lone Wolf] Young-adult fantasy novel. Volume 10 in the series.

Time Out of Joint Philip K. Dick (Roc UK 0-14-017173-8, Mar ’94, £4.99, 187pp, pb, cover by Chris Moore) Reprint (Lippincott 1959) sf novel.

The World Jones Made Philip K. Dick (HarperCollins UK 0-586-21844-0, Jun ’94, £4.99, 192pp, pb) Reprint (Ace 1956) sf novel.

A Bone from a Dry Sea Peter Dickinson (Corgi Freeway 0-552-52797-1, May ’94 [Oct ’94], £2.99, 219pp, pb, cover by Mark Entwisle) Reprint (Gollancz 1992) young-adult associational novel.

Blood Harvest Terrance Dicks (Doctor Who Books 0-426-20417-4, Jul ’94, £4.99, 287pp, pb, cover by Bill Donohoe) [Doctor Who] Novelization based on the Doctor Who TV series. This is a world-wide edition and is available in the US for $5.95.

Doctor Who: The Robots of Death Terrance Dicks (Target 0-426-20061-6, Feb ’94 [Jan ’94], £3.99, 108pp, pb, cover by Alister Pearson) [Doctor Who] Reissue (W.H. Allen; Target 1979) young-adult sf novelization. Volume 53 in the series. This is a world-wide edition and is available in the US for $5.95.

Doctor Who: The Talons of Weng-Chiang Terrance Dicks (Target 0-426-11973-8, Mar ’94, £3.99, 140pp, pb) [Doctor Who] Reissue (Target 1977) young-adult sf novelization. Volume 61 in the series.

Star Trek Generations J. M. Dillard (Pocket UK 0-671-51742-2, Dec ’94, £9.99, 280pp, hc) [Star Trek] Novelisation of the seventh feature film, based on the screenplay by Ronald D. Moore & Brannon Braga. Includes 8pp of stills and an article, ‘Behind the Scenes of Star Trek Generations’ by Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stephens. Issued simultaneously with the US edition.

The Priest Thomas M. Disch (Millennium 1-85798-091-3, Jul ’94, £8.99, 310pp, tp, cover by Les Edwards) Horror novel. A hardcover edition (-090-5, £15.99) was announced but has not been seen.

The Thing in Bablock Dip Rachel Dixon (Yearling 0-440-86327-9, Dec ’94, £2.99, 154pp, pb, cover by Les Edwards) Young-adult horror novel. A monstrous creature, somehow spawned in the pool known as Bablock Dip, begins to attack the nearby village. Illustrated by Terry Oakes.

The Gap Into Madness: Chaos and Order Stephen Donaldson (HarperCollins UK 0-00-223830-6, Aug ’94 [Jul ’94], £15.99, 663pp, hc, cover by David O’Connor) [Gap] Reprint (Bantam Spectra 1994) sf novel. Volume four in the “Gap” series. [First U.K. edition]

The One Tree Stephen Donaldson (HarperCollins UK 0-00-616383-1, Dec ’94, £5.99, 479pp, pb) [Thomas Covenant, II] Reissue (Del Rey 1982) fantasy novel. Volume five in “The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant”.

The Second Chronicles of Thomas Covenant, The Unbeliever Stephen Donaldson (HarperCollins UK 0-00-647330-X, Feb ’94, £8.99, 1245pp, tp) [Thomas Covenant, II] Omnibus of the second Covenant trilogy.

White Gold Wielder Stephen Donaldson (HarperCollins UK 0-00-616777-2, Dec ’94 [Nov ’94], £5.99, 509pp, pb) [Thomas Covenant, II] Reissue (Collins 1983) fantasy novel. Volume six in “The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant”.

The Wounded Land Stephen Donaldson (HarperCollins UK 0-00-616140-5, Dec ’94 [Nov ’94], £5.99, 508pp, pb) [Thomas Covenant, II] Reissue (Del Rey 1981) fantasy novel. Volume four in “The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant”.

Strange Dreams: Unforgettable Fantasy Stories ed. Stephen Donaldson (HarperCollins UK 0-00-648005-5, Mar ’94, £5.99, 704pp, pb) Reprint (Bantam 1993) fantasy anthology.

Shrike Joe Donnelly (Century 0-7126-5866-1, Apr ’94, £9.99, 576pp, tp, cover by Steinar Lund) Horror novel. A hardcover edition (-5861-0, £15.99) was announced but not seen.

Still Life Joe Donnelly (Arrow 0-09-910391-5, Apr ’94, £4.99, 554pp, pb) Reprint (Century 1993) horror novel about an ancient evil forest in Scotland.

The Late Show John Douglas (Hodder & Stoughton 0-340-63234-8, Dec ’94, £16.99, 216pp, hc, cover by Steve Crisp) Horror novel. A vicious entity haunting a cinema attacks its audience of splatter-movie fans. A first novel.

The Lost World Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (Puffin 0-14-036748-9, Oct ’94 [Dec ’94], £3.50, 280pp, pb, cover by Adrian Chesterman) [Prof. Challenger] Reprint (Doran 1912) SF novel, illustrated by Ian Newsham.

The Best New Science Fiction: 8th Annual Collection ed. Gardner Dozois (Robinson 1-85487-310-5, Oct ’94 [Sep ’94], £6.99, 658pp, tp, cover by Chris Moore) Reprint (St. Martin’s 1994 as The Year’s Best Science Fiction: Eleventh Annual Collection) SF anthology. [First U.K. edition]

The Mammoth Book of Contemporary SF Masters ed. Gardner Dozois (Robinson 1-85487-297-4, Jul ’94, £5.99, 657pp, tp) Reprint (St. Martin’s 1994 as Modern Classic Short Novels of Science Fiction anthology of 13 short novels, each introduced by Dozois. [First U.K. edition]

seaQuest DSV Diane Duane & Peter Morwood (Millennium 1-85798-205-3, Feb ’94, £4.99, 200pp, pb) [seaQuest DSV] Reprint (Ace 1993) sf novelization.

The Cutting Edge Dave Duncan (Raven 1-85487-348-2, Nov ’94, £4.99, 307pp, pb, cover by Avelyn Landis) [Handful of Men] Reprint (Del Rey 1992) fantasy novel. Part One of “A Handful of Men”. [First U.K. edition]

The Name of the Beast Daniel Easterman (HarperCollins UK 0-576-21088-1, Aug ’94, £4.99, 607pp, pb) Reprint (HarperCollins UK 1992) fantasy novel. The author also writes as Jonathan Aycliffe.

The Hidden City David Eddings (HarperCollins UK 0-246-13847-5, Jun ’94, £15.99, 487pp, hc, cover by Geoff Taylor) [Tamuli] Fantasy novel. Book Three of “The Tamuli” trilogy.

High Hunt David Eddings (HarperCollins UK 0-00-647593-0, Jan ’94, £4.99, 340pp, pb, cover by Larry Rostant) Reprint (Putnam 1973) mainstream novel of associational interest.

The Shining Ones David Eddings (HarperCollins UK 0-00-224323-7, Feb ’94 [Jan ’94], £8.99, 472pp, tp, cover by Geoff Taylor) [Tamuli] Reprint (Del Rey; HarperCollins UK 1993) fantasy novel. Book Two of “The Tamuli”.

The Shining Ones David Eddings (HarperCollins UK 0-586-21316-3, Jul ’94, £5.99, 608pp, pb, cover by Geoff Taylor) [Tamuli] Reprint (Del Rey; HarperCollins UK 1993) fantasy novel. Book Two of “The Tamuli”.

Permutation City Greg Egan (Millennium 1-85798-175-8, Apr ’94 [Mar ’94], £8.99, 310pp, tp, cover by Chris Moore) SF novel. A hardcover edition (-174-X, £14.99) is also available.

Devil World Gordon Eklund (Titan 1-85286-532-6, Oct ’94 [Sep ’94], £3.99, 153pp, pb, cover by Alister Pearson) [Star Trek] Reprint (Bantam 1979) Star Trek novelization. [First U.K. edition]

Star Trek: The Starless World Gordon Eklund (Titan 1-85286-505-9, Jan ’94, £3.99, 152pp, pb, cover by Alister Pearson) [Star Trek] Reprint (Bantam 1978) sf novelization. [First U.K. edition]

The House of Rats Stephen Elboz (Lions 0-00-674812-0, Jun ’94, £3.50, 186pp, pb) Reprint (Oxford University Press 1991) young-adult fantasy novel.

Jaran Kate Elliott (Pan 0-330-32982-0, May ’94, £4.99, 494pp, pb, cover by Jim Burns) [Jaran] Reprint (DAW 1992) SF novel. [First U.K. edition]

Camp Fear Carol Ellis (Scholastic UK 0-590-55527-8, Apr ’94, £2.99, 214pp, pb) Reprint (Scholastic 1993) young-adult horror novel. [First U.K. edition]

Gene Roddenberry: The Myth and the Man behind “Star Trek" Joel Engel (Virgin 1-85227-439-5, Jun ’94, £14.99, 283pp, hc) [Star Trek] Reprint (Hyperion 1994) biography. [First U.K. edition] [Gene Roddenberry]

The Oxford Book of the Supernatural ed. D. J. Enright (Oxford University Press 0-19-214201-1, Sep ’94, £17.99, 557pp, hc, cover by Hokusai) Non-fiction, criticism. Readable and detailed study of many subjects classified as supernatural (including ghosts, reincarnation, telepathy, vampires, and dreams) with hundreds of excerpts from fact, verse, and genre fiction. (IC)

Arc d’X Steve Erickson (Vintage UK 0-09-936931-1, Oct ’94 [Nov ’94], £5.99, 298pp, tp) Reprint (Poseidon 1993) literary novel in two parts with SF and fantasy elements, the first set in 18th-century Paris; the second in a dystopian 21st-century Los Angeles. [First U.K. edition]

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