Vector, June/July 1992

Editor(s): Catie Cary  Kev McVeigh  Chris Amies   
Pages: 24
Price: £1.25p
Notes: #167, Roles: Editor, Contributing, Reviews

  New Roses - Kev McVeigh   
   - Catie Cary   

   - Garry Kilworth   
   - Ken Lake   
   - Andy Robertson   
   - Jim England   
   - Steve Palmer   
   - Peter Tennant   
   - Philip Muldowney   

  Being Unfair to Asimov - Norman Beswick   
  Asimov: A Man and His Work - L. J. Hurst   
  Fossils or Figments - Gillian Rooke   
  Insight: Everything (Almost) Explained - Steve Palmer   

  Correspondence Course - Sue Thomas    by Andy Sawyer
   - Mike Jefferies    Kev McVeigh

   - Mike Jefferies   
   - Claire Willoughby   
   - Peggy Ramsden   

Book Reviews by Chris Amies
  Body of Glass - Marge Piercy   

Book Reviews by K. V. Bailey
  Searoad - Ursula K. Le Guin   

Book Reviews by Martin Brice
  The Sapphire Rose - David Eddings   
  The Winds of the Wastelands - Anthony Swithin   

Book Reviews by Catie Cary
  And The Angels Sing - Kate Wilhelm   

Book Reviews by Frances Church
  Chimeras - Christopher Evans   

Book Reviews by Barbara Davies
  King of the Dead - R. A. MacAvoy   

Book Reviews by Lynne Fox
  Brainchild - George Turner   

Book Reviews by Valerie Housden
  Yarrow - Charles de Lint   

Book Reviews by Tom A. Jones
  Burying the Shadow - Storm Constantine   

Book Reviews by John Newsinger
  Ecce and Old Earth - Jack Vance   

Book Reviews by Darroll Pardoe
  Looking for the Aliens - Peter Hough  Jenny Randles   

Book Reviews by Maureen Speller
  Jack the Bodiless - Julian May   

Book Reviews by Charles Stross
  Hearts, Hands and Voices - Ian McDonald   

Book Reviews by Martyn Taylor
  Buddy Holly is Alive and Well on Ganymede - Bradley Denton   

Book Reviews by Martin Waller
  Dayworld Breakup - Philip Jose Farmer   

Book Reviews by Martin R. Webb
  Hideaway - Dean R. Koontz   
  Blood Games - Richard Laymon   
  And Disregards the Rest - Paul Voermans   
  Wolfking - Bridget Wood   

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