The Locus Index to Science Fiction: 1999

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Six Ghost Stories T. G. Jackson (Ash-Tree Press 1-899562-68-0, Jan ’99, C$51.00, xix+145pp, hc, cover by Jason C. Eckhardt) Reprint (John Murray 1919) collection of six ghost stories. This edition is limited to 500 copies and adds an extensive introduction by Richard Dalby. A world-wide edition available in the US for $38.50 and in the UK for £23.50.

The Fenstanton Witch and Others M. R. James (Haunted Library 0-906153-31-X, Nov ’99, £4.00, 53pp, ph, cover by Paul Lowe) Collection of seven ghost story drafts by M.R. James, four previously published in Ghosts & Scholars and the others previously unpublished, together with some other M.R. James ephemera.

Leningrad Nights Graham Joyce (PS Publishing 1-902880-02-1, Mar ’99, £8.00, 47pp, tp, cover by Vasili Ivanovich Surikov) Horror novella, with an introduction by Peter Straub. Limited to 500 numbered copies. Also available in a hardcover edition (-03-X, £25.00), limited to 52 numbered copies.

The 1999 Rhysling Anthology ed. David C. Kopaska-Merkel (Science Fiction Poetry Association, Apr ’99, no price, 74pp, ph, cover by Cathy Buburuz) Anthology of 25 poems. Subtitled “The Best Science Fiction, Fantasy, & Horror Poetry of 1998”, this serves as the ballot for the SFPA’s Rhysling Awards. For information write M.B. Simon, SFPA President, 1412 NE 35th St, Ocala FL 34479.

Demons, Freaks, and Other Abnormalities Michael Laimo (Warsaw, IN: Delirium Books 1-929653-01-8, Oct ’99, $25.00, 142pp, hc, cover by Keith Minnion) Collection of 12 stories, three new. Published in a signed, limited edition of 150 copies.

Veil’s Visit: A Taste of Hap and Leonard Joe R. Lansdale & Andrew Vachss (Subterranean Press 1892284405, May ’99, 164pp, tp, cover by Tim Truman) [Hap Collins; Leonard Pine] Original collection of two stories about Hap & Leonard, some extracts from the novels, and other associational pieces. Limited to 1000 numbered copies, signed by Lansdale & Vachss. Also available in a limited edition of 150 numbered hardcover copies.

The Weird Western Adventures of Haakon Jones: Stories of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Aaron B. Larson (Battered Silicon Dispatch Box 1-55246-164-5, Oct ’99, $30.00, 330pp, hc) Collection of 36 stories, 12 new.

How the Other Half Lives James Lovegrove (PS Publishing 1-902880-00-5, Mar ’99, £8.00, 48pp, tp) SF/horror novella, with an introduction by Colin Greenland. Limited to 500 numbered copies. Also available in a hardcover edition (-01-3, £25.00), limited to 52 numbered copies.

Science Fiction, Fantasy, & Weird Fiction Magazine Index (1890-1998) Stephen T. Miller & William G. Contento (Locus Press, May ’99, $49.95, 2,594pp, CD-ROM) Non-fiction, reference. An index to magazines published from 1890 through 1998. Includes listings by author, title, cover artist, and issue.

Clones & Clones: Facts and Fantasies About Human Cloning ed. Martha C. Nussbaum & Case R. Sunstein (Norton 0-393-32001-4, 1999, $14.95, 351pp, tp) Reprint (Norton 1998) anthology of non-fiction on cloning: science, commentary, ethics, law, & fiction—apparently original. Only fiction is listed.

In the Dark & Other Ghost Stories Mary E. Penn (Sarob Press 1-902309-06-5, Oct ’99, £18.00, xii+125pp, hc, cover by Paul Lowe) Collection of eight supernature tales first published in The Argosy, edited & introduced by Richard Dalby. Volume two in the “Richard Dalby’s Mistresses of the Macabre” series. Limited to 250 numbered copies. [Not seen]

Tales Out of Innsmouth: New Stories of the Children of Dagon ed. Robert M. Price (Chaosium 1-56882-127-1, 1999, $13.95, 284pp, tp) Anthology of 13 stories, 9 original, about Lovecraft’s seaside town of Innsmouth.

Dreams of Lovecraftian Horror W. H. Pugmire (Mythos Books 0965943348, Dec ’99, 91pp, pb, cover by Stanley C. Sargent) Collection of 14 Lovecraftian stories.

My Own Private Spectres Jean Ray; trans. by Hubert Van Callenbergh (Seattle: Midnight House, 1999, $40.00, hc, cover by Allen Koszowski) Collection of classic supernatural stories from the 1920s and 30s, some of which have never before been translated into English.

Read into the Millennium: Tales of the Future ed. Editors of Read Magazine (The Millbrook Press 0-7613-0962-4, Jan ’99, hc)

Quantum Speculative Fiction ed. Kurt Roth (Obscura Press 0-9659569-0-4, 1999, $24.95, ii+322+G, 5" x 8½" in binder) Subscription anthology issued in four parts to be gathered into a binder.

Dreamers on the Sea of Fate: an Anthology of SF Poetry ed. Steve Sneyd (Sol Publications 0-907376-15-0, Oct ’99 [Nov ’99], £2.85, 67pp, ph, cover by John Light) Anthology of SF poetry.

Eric Frank Russell: Our Sentinel in Space: A Working Bibliography Phil Stephensen-Payne & Sean Wallace (Galactic Central Publications 1-871133-55-6, Aug ’99, £5.00, ix+97pp, ph) Third revised edition of a primary and secondary bibliography of Russell, issued as an A5-sized booklet. Available from 25a Copgrove Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS8 2SP, and from PO Box 445, Polk City, Iowa 50226-0445, USA. [Eric Frank Russell]

Reinventing the Wall Ian Stewart (Birmingham Science Fiction Group, Nov ’99, no price, 27pp, ph, cover by Harry Turner) [Qish] Original novelette in the “Qish” series issued in a limited edition of 300 numbered copies, to coincide with Stewart’s Guest of Honour appearance at Novacon 29.

Hadrosaur Tales Volume Seven ed. David L. Summers (Hadrosaur Productions 1-885093-14-4, 1999, $5.95, 170pp, tp, cover by Jeff Ward) The poem “Takeover” by Linda Bosson is listed in the TOC as being on page 19 but the page is blank.

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