The Locus Index to Science Fiction: 2003

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Starhawk: Battle at Zero Point Mack Maloney (Ace 0-441-01096-2, Sep 2003, $6.50, 341pp, pb, cover by Michael Herring) [Starhawk] Far-future SF novel, fourth in the series. Maloney is a pen name for Brian Kelleher.

The Best Time Travel Stories of All Time ed. Barry N. Malzberg (Pocket/ibooks 0-7434-5814-1, Feb 2003, $15.95, 440 + viii, tp, cover by Ralf Heimisch) Anthology of 15 stories. Authors include Poul Anderson, Philip K. Dick, and Geoffrey A. Landis. There is an unpaginated, 16-page, color comic-book adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s “A Sound of Thunder”.

3000 MPH in Every Direction at Once: Stories and Essays Nick Mamatas (Prime Books/Library Empyreal 1-930997-31-0, Jul 2003, $12.99, 143pp, tp) Collection of nine stories and eight essays. Introduction by Zoe Trope. Order from Prime Books, PO Box 36503, Canton OH 44735; [].

Roswell: Pursuit Andy Mangels & Michael A. Martin (Simon Pulse 0-689-85522-2, Sep 2003, $5.99, 241pp, pb) [Roswell] Novelization based on the TV show based on the “Roswell High” series by Melinda Metz. Copyrighted by Twentieth Century Fox Film, Regency Entertainment (USA), and Monarchy Enterprises B.V.

Roswell: Turnabout Andy Mangels & Michael A. Martin (Simon Pulse 0-689-86410-8, Nov 2003, $5.99, 260pp, pb) [Roswell] Novelization based on the TV show based on the “Roswell High” series by Melinda Metz. Copyrighted by Twentieth Century Fox Film, Regency Entertainment (USA), and Monarchy Enterprises B.V.

Star Trek: The Lost Era: The Sundered Andy Mangels & Michael A. Martin (Pocket 0-7434-6401-X, Aug 2003, $6.99, 384pp, pb) [Star Trek: The Lost Era] Star Trek novelization, first in a new series set between the original series and The Next Generation. Copyrighted by Paramount Pictures.

The Sea Lark’s Song Diana Marcellas (Tor 0-812-56178-3, Nov 2003, $7.99, 471pp, pb, cover by Tristan Elwell) [Mother Ocean, Daughter Sea] Reprint (Tor 2002) fantasy novel, second in a trilogy begun in Mother Ocean, Daughter Sea.

The Devil’s Armor John Marco (DAW 0-7564-0155-0, Nov 2003, $24.95, 680pp, hc, cover by David Bowers) [Eyes of God] Fantasy novel, sequel to The Eyes of God.

The Eyes of God John Marco (DAW 0-7564-0096-1, Jan 2003, $6.99, 779pp, pb, cover by Keith Parkinson) [Eyes of God] Reprint (DAW 2002) fantasy novel.

Child of the Prophecy Juliet Marillier (Tor 0-765-34501-3, Jun 2003, $7.99, 555pp, pb, cover by John Jude Palencar) [Sevenwaters] Reprint (Macmillan Australia 2001) Celtic fantasy novel, third in the “Sevenwaters” trilogy.

Wolfskin Juliet Marillier (Tor 0-765-30672-7, Jun 2003, $25.95, 493pp, hc, cover by Kinuko Y. Craft) [Saga of the Light Isles] Fantasy novel, first of two in “The Saga of the Light Isles”. First US edition (Macmillan Australia 8/02).

Angel: Sanctuary Jeff Mariotte (Simon Pulse 0-689-85664-4, Apr 2003, $5.99, 306pp, pb) [Angel] Novelization based on the TV show. Copyrighted by Twentieth Century Fox Film.

Angel: Solitary Man Jeff Mariotte (Simon Pulse 0-689-86015-3, Dec 2003, $5.99, 292pp, pb) [Angel] Novelization based on the TV show. Copyrighted by Twentieth Century Fox Film.

Charmed: Mirror Image Jeff Mariotte (Simon Pulse 0-689-85790-X, Jul 2003, $5.99, 227pp, pb) [Charmed] Young-adult novelization, the 19th based on the TV show about three witches. Copyrighted by Spelling Television.

Star Trek: The Lost Era (2355-2357): Deny Thy Father Jeff Mariotte (Pocket 0-7434-6409-5, Dec 2003, $6.99, 352pp, pb) [Star Trek: Lost Era] Star Trek novelization. Copyrighted by Paramount Pictures.

The Rabbits John Marsden & Shaun Tan (Simply Read Books 0-9688768-8-9, Sep 2003, $16.95, unpaginated, hc, cover by Shaun Tan) Children’s picture book, a fantastic, allegorical interpretation of the European (rabbit) colonization of Australia, with text by Marsden and illustrations by Tan. First US edition (Lothian 1998); this is modified somewhat from the Australian edition, in larger format with text hand-written by Shaun Tan. Available from Simply Read Books, 501-5525 West Boulevard, Vancouver BC Canada V6M 3W6; 604-727-2960, [];

GRRM: A RRetrospective George R. R. Martin (Subterranean Press 1-931081-90-5, Sep 2003, $40.00, 1283pp, hc, cover by Phil Parks) Collection of 32 stories, two original (early non-SF), and two television scripts, with extensive commentary by Martin on his writing career. Introduction by Gardner Dozois. There is a bibliographical checklist by Leslie Kay Swigart. A signed, limited edition (-91-3, $125.00) is also available. Order from Subterranean Press, PO Box 190106, Burton MI 48519; [].

A Storm of Swords George R. R. Martin (Bantam Spectra 0-553-57342-X, Mar 2003, $7.99, 1179pp, pb, cover by Stephen Youll) [Song of Ice and Fire] Reprint (Voyager 2000) fantasy novel, book three of “A Song of Ice and Fire”.

Tuf Voyaging George R. R. Martin (Meisha Merlin 1-59222-005-3, Sep 2003, $16.00, 447pp, tp, cover by Michael Komarck) [Haviland Tuf] Reprint (Baen 1986) collection/quasi-novel of seven linked stories, one that won the Locus Award. This has new illustrations by Janet Aulisio. A bibliography of Martin’s books and teleplays is included. A hardcover edition (-004-5, $30.00), a numbered edition (-016-9, $125.00), and a lettered edition (-015-0, $175.00) were announced but not seen. Meisha Merlin, PO Box 7, Decatur GA 30031; [].

Windhaven George R. R. Martin & Lisa Tuttle (Bantam Spectra 0-553-57790-5, May 2003, $6.99, 400pp, pb, cover by Stephen Youll) [Maris] Reprint (Timescape 1981) SF novel.

Wild Cards ed. George R. R. Martin (ibooks 0-7434-7520-8, Dec 2003, $4.99, 426pp, pb, cover by Brian Bolland) [Wild Cards] Reprint (Bantam Spectra 1987) shared-world anthology of superhero stories, the first in the series. This has the 2001 introduction by Martin as an afterword.

Wild Cards 6: Ace in the Hole ed. George R. R. Martin (ibooks 0-7434-5837-0, Mar 2003, $7.99, 385pp, pb, cover by Brian Bolland) Reprint (Bantam Spectra 1989) shared-world anthology.

An Inquiry into the Purposes of Speculative Fiction — Fantasy and Truth Graham Dunstan Martin (Edwin Mellen Press 0-7734-6735-1, Sep 2003, $119.95, 281 + xxii, hc) Non-fiction, critical, an exploration of the human need for fantasy, and its expression in literature and folklore. Introduction by Roger Cardinal. Includes bibliography and index. #58 in “Studies in Comparative Literature”. Order from the Edwin Mellen Press, Box 450, Lewiston NY 14092-0450; [].

Hell Hath No Fury...: Five Bardic Tales Lee Martindale (Yard Dog Press 1-893687-37-6, Jun 2003, $6.00, 45pp, ph, cover by Laura J. Underwood) Chapbook collection of five fantasy stories, one original. Order from Yard Dog Press, 710 W. Redbud Lane, Alma AR 72921-7247; []; [].

The Unholy Deception L. A. Marzulli (HarperCollins/Zondervan 0-310-24064-6, Nov 2002, $14.99, 423pp, tp) [Nephilim] Christian fantasy/UFO novel, sequel to The Nephilim. The “alien” Nephilim plan to convince the world Jesus was merely a man aided by aliens. This is dated 2002, but not seen until now.

Dark Corner Brandon Massey (Kensington/Dafina 0-7582-0249-0, Jan 2004, $14.00, 449pp, tp) Supernatural thriller. An undead evil haunts a small Mississippi town.

Thunderland Brandon Massey (Kensington/Dafina 0-7582-0247-4, Nov 2003, $6.99, 352pp, pb) Reprint (Writers Club 1999) supernatural suspense novel. This follows the Dafina Books 2002 third revised edition with added scenes.

Charnel House and Other Stories Graham Masterton (Gale Group/Five Star 0-7862-4312-0, Oct 2002, $25.95, 274pp, hc) Reprint (Pinnacle 1978) horror novel, plus three added stories. Packaged and edited by Martin H. Greenberg and Ed Gorman. This is dated 2002, but not seen until now. Order from Five Star, 295 Kennedy Memorial Drive, Waterville ME 04901; 207-859-1000; [].

The Doorkeepers Graham Masterton (Leisure 0-8439-5240-7, Oct 2003, $6.99, 371pp, pb) Horror novel. First US edition (Heinemann 1995).

A Terrible Beauty Graham Masterton (Pocket Star 0-7434-6293-9, Mar 2003, $6.99, 369pp, pb, cover by John Vairo, Jr.) Horror novel with possible supernatural elements. Irish Detective Superintendant Katie Maguire finds new ritual murders may be linked to a mass grave of women killed 80 years before.

A Terrible Beauty Graham Masterton (SFBC #56989, Sep 2003, $10.99, 369pp, hc) Reprint (Pocket Star 2003) horror novel with possible supernatural elements. This has ISBN 0-7394-3444-6; it lacks a price and has the SFBC number on the back jacket.

7 Steps to Midnight Richard Matheson (Tor/Forge 0-765-30837-1, Jul 2003, $14.95, 318pp, tp, cover by David Grove) Reprint (Forge 1993) associational thriller.

Collected Stories, Volume 1 Richard Matheson (Gauntlet Press/Edge 1-887368-62-0, Dec 2003, $16.95, 399pp, tp, cover by Harry O. Morris) Reprint (Dream/Press 1989 as part of Richard Matheson: Collected Stories, not seen) collection of 28 stories. This is the first of three volumes reprinting the contents of the Dream/Press limited edition; it includes the original introduction by Matheson and tributes from Ray Bradbury, Robert Bloch, and William F. Nolan. There is a new introduction by Matheson, who also adds comments on the writing of each story. Gauntlet Press/Edge Books, 5307 Arroyo St., Colorado Springs CO 80922; []; [].

Come Fygures, Come Shadowes Richard Matheson (Gauntlet Press 1-887368-60-4, Mar 2003, $50.00, 144pp, hc, cover by Michael Bayouth) Dark fantasy novel about a young woman with real psychic powers being trained to follow her mother’s footsteps as a spirit medium. This is a signed, limited editon of 500.

Hunted Past Reason Richard Matheson (Tor/Forge 0-765-34508-0, May 2003, $6.99, 294pp, pb) Reprint (Tor 2002) associational thriller.

Now You See It... Richard Matheson (Tor 0-765-30872-X, Oct 2003, $12.95, 220pp, tp) Reprint (Tor 1995) associational horror/mystery novel.

Off Beat: Uncollected Stories Richard Matheson (Subterranean Press 1-931081-58-1, May 2003, $40.00, 194pp, hc) Collection of 12 stories, four original, of fantasy, horror, and shock. Afterword by Matheson. Edited and with an introduction and a checklist of first editions by William F. Nolan. This is a signed, limited edition of 750; a lettered, traycased edition of 52 (-59-X, $200.00) with an extra story is also available.

Richard Matheson’s The Twilight Zone Scripts Volume Two Richard Matheson (Gauntlet Press/Edge Books 1-887368-52-3, May 2002, $16.95, 406pp, tp, cover by Marcelo M. Martinez) Reprint (Cemetery Dance as part of Richard Matheson’s The Twilight Zone Scripts, not seen) associational collection of six scripts, edited and with added text by Stanley Wiater.

A Stir of Echoes Richard Matheson (Tor 0-812-57212-2, Jul 2003, $5.99, 211pp, pb) Reissue (Lippincott 1958) dark fantasy novel. This is a movie tie-in edition. Second printing.

Nobody Gets the Girl James Maxey (Phobos Books 0-9720026-2-6, Jul 2003, $14.95, 242pp, tp, cover by Bob Wiacek & JayJay Jackson) Fantasy novel drawing on superhero comic-book conventions. A man wakes to find himself invisible and becomes a superhero called Nobody. Introduction by James Shooter. A first novel.

The Exiles of Damaria, Book I: Riddles & Dreams Ardath Mayhar (Images Publishing 0-9677017-4-0, Jun 2003, $9.95, 197pp, tp) [Exiles of Damaria] Fantasy novel, the first book in a new series. Survivors of an Ancient Race seek refuge in the Western Islands. Images Publishing, 39 Seneca Loop, Staten Island NY 10314; [].

Darkness Rising 2003 ed. L. H. Maynard & M. P. N. Sims (Prime Books 1-894815-71-8, Aug 2003, $17.95, 315pp, tp, cover by Pia Hall) Original anthology of 20 horror stories. Order from Prime Books, PO Box 36503, Canton OH 44735; [].

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