Vector, February/March 1991

Editor(s): Boyd Parkinson  Kev McVeigh  Chris Amies   
Pages: 24
Price: 1.25p
Cover:
Notes: #159, Roles: Editor, Editor, Reviews


Editorial
   - Kev McVeigh   

Letters
   - John Grant   
   - Ray Girvan  Steve Jones   
   - Paul Beardsley   
   - Diana Wynne Jones   
   - Chris Bell   
   - Humphrey Price   
   - Ken Lake   
   - Barbara Davies   

Interviews
  Homo-eroticism, Llamas & (a little bit about) the C-Word - Bruce Sterling  William Gibson    by Kev McVeigh

Articles
  Cyber - and some other - Spatial Metaphors - K. V. Bailey   
  Flabby Engineering - Simon Ings   

Book Reviews by Christopher Amies
  Character & Viewpoint - Orson Scott Card   
  Plot - Ansen Dibell   
  The Hemingway Hoax - Joe Haldeman   

Book Reviews by K. V. Bailey
  Chung Kuo 2: The Broken Wheel - David Wingrove   

Book Reviews by Martin Brice
  Strands of Starlight - Gael Baudino   
  Wilderness Moon - Penelope Lucas   

Book Reviews by Barbara Davies
  Machine Sex and Other Stories - Candas Jane Dorsey   
  Moving Moosevan - Jane Palmer   

Book Reviews by Gareth Davies
  The Gap Into Conflict: The Real Story - Stephen R. Donaldson   

Book Reviews by Jim England
  Unicorn Point - Piers Anthony   
  Labyrinth of Worlds - Adrian Cole   

Book Reviews by Keith Freeman
  Voyagers III: Star Brothers - Ben Bova   

Book Reviews by Valerie Housden
  Homegoing - Frederik Pohl   

Book Reviews by L. J. Hurst
  Robot Visions - Isaac Asimov   
  The Little Black Box - Philip K. Dick   

Book Reviews by Ken Lake
  The Flies of Memory - Ian Watson   

Book Reviews by Kev McVeigh
  Crystal Express - Bruce Sterling   

Book Reviews by David Mitchell
  Digital Dreams (Edited) - David V. Barrett   

Book Reviews by John Newsinger
  Crystal Express - Bruce Sterling   

Book Reviews by Jon Wallace
  Embryo - Keith Barnard   
  Four Past Midnight - Stephen King   

Book Reviews by Martin Waller
  Orbitsville Judgement - Bob Shaw   



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