Paul Brazier



Articles

  Books of the Year: 1989 
     Vector, Apr 1990
  Soapbox: Wither Charity 
     Matrix, Apr 1987
     Matrix, Apr 1987

Interviewed

  Quercus maximus 
     Matrix, Sep 2004 by Martin Sketchley
     Matrix, Sep 2004 by Martin Sketchley

Letters

   
     Paperback Inferno, Apr 1983
     Vector, Aug 1982
     Focus, Aut 1983

Book Reviews

  Backtrack  - Peter Hunt
     Vector, Feb 1987
  East of Laughter  - R. A. Lafferty
     Vector, Dec 1988
  The Entropy Exhibition: Michael Moorcock and the British 'New Wave' in Science Fiction  - Colin Greenland
     Vector, Jun 1984
  Forcible Entry  - Stewart Farrar
     Vector, Aug 1986
  The Ghostdance  - Robert Holdstock
     Vector, Oct 1987
  The Gold Coast  - Kim Stanley Robinson
     Vector, Dec 1988
  The Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy: The Original Radio Scripts  - Douglas Adams
     Vector, Feb 1986
  The Hour of the Thin Ox  - Colin Greenland
     Vector, Aug 1987
  Hyperion  - Dan Simmons
     Vector, Dec 1990
  Killer Planet  - Bob Shaw
     Vector, Dec 1989
  Lift Off  - J. Hall Stephens
     Vector, Feb 1990
  The Marathon Photographs  - Clifford D. Simak
     Vector, Oct 1986
  Mindkiller  - Spider Robinson
     Vector, Aug 1984
  Oktober  - Stephen Gallagher
     Vector, Jun 1988
  Other Voices  - Colin Greenland
     Vector, Aug 1988
  Phases of Gravity  - Dan Simmons
     Vector, Dec 1990
  Plague 99  - Jean Ure
     Vector, Dec 1989
  Ragnarok  - D. G. ComptonJohn Gribbin
     Vector, Dec 1991
  Reel  - Laurence M. Janifer
     Vector, Oct 1984
  Robots and Empire  - Isaac Asimov
     Vector, Jun 1986
  Roofworld  - Christopher Fowler
     Vector, Apr 1989
  Secret Harmonies  - Paul J. McAuley
     Vector, Jun 1990
  Serpent's Egg  - R. A. Lafferty
     Vector, Apr 1988
  The Stalking  - Robert Holdstock
     Vector, Oct 1987
  Tales from the Forbidden Planet (Edited)  - Roz Kaveney
     Vector, Feb 1988
  Terra!  - Stefano Benni
     Vector, Dec 1986


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