The Locus Index to Science Fiction: 2004

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The Heisenberg Mutation Steve Redwood (D-Press, Mar 2004, £2.00, ph) SF/fantasy collection. [Not seen]

Beyond the Mundane: Unravelings ed. Daniel J. Reitz (Mundania Press 1-59426-025-7, May 2004, $14.00, 240pp, tp) An Anthology of Mystery and Horror.

Acquainted with the Night ed. Barbara & Christopher Roden (Ash-Tree Press 1-55310-075-1, Dec 2004, C$59.00, vii+370pp, hc, cover by Jason Van Hollander) Anthology of original supernatural fiction. This is a limited edition of 400 copies. A world-wide edition available in the US for $48.50 and in the UK for £29.00. Also available in a trade paperback edition (-076-X) for C$35.00/$26.00/£15.00.

Doctor Who: Short Trips: Repercussions ed. Gary Russell (Big Finish 1-84435-048-7, Jun 2004, £14.99, hc) Anthology of original stories based on the TV series. Volume eight in the series. [Not seen]

A City Equal to My Desire James Sallis (Point Blank 1-930997-68-X, Sep 2004, $29.95, 178pp, hc, cover by Oiva Design Group)

Satan’s Circus Lady Eleanor Smith (Ash-Tree Press 1-55310-074-3, Nov 2004, C$59.00, xxviii+xxviii+223pp, hc, cover by Paul Lowe) Collection supernatural fiction. This edition includes all of the stories from the first American edition (Bobbs-Merrill 1934), which added one story (’Whittington’s Cat’) to the original British publication (Gollancz 1932), as well as two further, uncollected stories - ’The Little Mermaid’ and ’No Ships Pass’. This is a limited edition of 500 copies. A world-wide edition available in the US for $47.50 and in the UK for £28.00.

Come On In and Join Us Guy N. Smith (Horror Express, 2004, no price, 19pp, ph, cover by Russell Dickerson) Classic horror story printed as a standalone chapbook distributed to subscribers to Horror Express. Limited to 100 numbered copies signed by the author.

War of the Words: A Sampler of SF ‘Pomes’ from the ’30’s to the ’80’s ed. Steve Sneyd (Hilltop Press 0-905262-03-4, 1990, £1.25, 19pp, ph, cover by Harry Turner) Collection of poetry from SF fanzines.

Hadrosaur Tales Volume XVIII ed. David Lee Summers (Hadrosaur Productions 1-885093-30-6, Mar 2004, $5.95, 112+8pp+, tp, cover by Marcia A. Borell)

Hadrosaur Tales Volume XIX ed. David Lee Summers (Hadrosaur Productions 1-885093-34-9, Jun 2004, $5.95, x+102pp+, tp, cover by Darla Hallmark)

Hadrosaur Tales Volume XX ed. David Lee Summers (Hadrosaur Productions 1-885093-35-7, Sep 2004, $5.95, vi+108pp, tp, cover by William “Nick” Johns)

The Devil of the Marsh and Other Stories H. B. Marriott Watson (Ash-Tree Press 1-55310-070-0, May 2004, C$59.00, xxii+209pp, hc, cover by Keith Minnion) Edited, with an Introduction, by James Doig. Limited to 500 copies. A world-wide edition available in the US for $46.00 and in the UK for £28.00.

Shell Shock Ian Watson (Birmingham Science Fiction Group, Nov 2004, no price, 20pp, ph) Original short story issued in a limited edition of 300 numbered copies, to coincide with Watson’s Guest of Honour appearance at Novacon 34.

Hauntings ed. L. Marie Wood (Cyber-Pulp 1897013477, Mar 2004, $14.99, 234pp, tp) Original anthology.

Taking Time Lynn Abbey (Ace 0-441-01153-5, Apr 2004, $6.50, 328pp, pb, cover by Danilo Ducak) [Emma Merrigan] Contemporary fantasy novel, third in the series begun in Out of Time. Emma goes back in time to find the violent act that spawned a family’s curse.

Thieves’ World: Enemies of Fortune ed. Lynn Abbey (Tor 0-312-87490-1, Dec 2004, $26.95, 352pp, hc, cover by Jean Pierre Targete) [Thieves’ World] Shared-world original anthology of 12 stories. Authors include C.J. Cherryh & Jane Fancher, Dennis L. McKiernan, and Steven Brust.

Super What? Jax Abbott (Dorchester/Smooch 0-8439-5385-3, Aug 2004, $5.99, 199pp, pb) Young-adult fantasy. A teen in a family of superheroes comes into her superpowers unexpectedly on her first day at a new school. Copyrighted by Alesia Holliday.

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