Vector, September/October 1996

Editor(s): Tony Cullen  Andrew M. Butler  Gary S. Dalkin  Paul Kincaid  Tanya Brown   
Pages: 36, A4
Price: £2.25
Cover: uncredited
Notes: #189, Roles: Editor, Features, Features, Hardback Reviews, Paperback Reviews


Editorial
   - Andrew M. Butler   

Interviews
  Red Prophet, Green Man, Blue Adept - Kim Stanley Robinson    by Kev McVeigh

Articles
  Heading Towards Utopia: Kim Stanley Robinson's 'Mars' Trilogy - Andrew M. Butler   
  The Edge of Utopia? Kim Stanley Robinson's "Pacific Edge" - Kev McVeigh   
  BSFA Award Winners: "The Unlimited Dream Company" - K. V. Bailey   
  Cognitive Mapping, 4: Islands - Paul Kincaid   

Book Reviews by Andrew Adams
  The Gap Into Ruin: This Day All Gods Die - Stephen Donaldson   

Book Reviews by Chris Amies
  Look at the Evidence - John Clute   
  A Nomad of the Time Streams - Michael Moorcock   

Book Reviews by Julie Atkin
  The Complete Amber Sourcebook - Theodore Krulik   
  Memory Seed - Stephen Palmer   

Book Reviews by K. V. Bailey
  One King's Way - Harry Harrison  John Holm   
  The St James Guide to Fantasy Writers (Edited) - David Pringle   

Book Reviews by Cherith Baldry
  The Lions of Al-Rassan - Guy Gavriel Kay   
  Writing Fantasy Fiction - Sarah LeFanu   
  The Fey: Sacrifice - Kristine Kathryn Rusch   

Book Reviews by Norman Beswick
  Encounter with Tiber - Buzz Aldrin  John Barnes   
  Flowers for Algernon - Daniel Keyes   
  Memnoch the Devil - Anne Rice   

Book Reviews by Colin Bird
  Citadel - Philip G. Williamson   

Book Reviews by Lynne Bispham
  The Fey: Changeling - Kristine Kathryn Rusch   
  Exile's Children - Angus Wells   

Book Reviews by Claire Brialey
  Ring - Stephen Baxter   
  Children of the Vampire - Jeanne Kalogridis   

Book Reviews by Tanya Brown
  Reigning Cats and Dogs - Tanith Lee   
  The World on Blood - Jonathan Nasaw   
  Bloodlines - Marian Veevers   

Book Reviews by Andrew M. Butler
  Interface - Stephen Bury   

Book Reviews by Barbara Davies
  Matter's End - Gregory Benford   
  Feet of Clay - Terry Pratchett   

Book Reviews by Maryann DiMarco
  The X-Files: Goblins & Whirlwind - Charles L. Grant   

Book Reviews by Alan Fraser
  Rise of a Merchant Prince: The Serpentwar Trilogy Volume 2 - Raymond E. Feist   
  The Fire Duke: Keepers of the Hidden Ways - Joel Rosenberg   

Book Reviews by L. J. Hurst
  Blade Runner 2: The Edge of Human - K. W. Jeter   
  Blue Mars - Kim Stanley Robinson   
  The Sirens of Titan - Kurt Vonnegut   

Book Reviews by Steve Jeffery
  The Dark Shore - A. A. Attanasio   
  The Keepers - Pauline Kirk   

Book Reviews by Paul Kincaid
  Walking the Labyrinth - Lisa Goldstein   
  Ancient Echoes - Robert Holdstock   

Book Reviews by Vikki Lee
  The Baker's Boy - J. V. Jones   
  The Girl Who Heard Dragons - Anne McCaffrey   

Book Reviews by Andy Mills
  Star Wars: Splinter of the Mind's Eye - Alan Dean Foster   
  Star Wars: Children of the Jedi - Barbara Hambly   
  Strange Highways - Dean Koontz   
  Beloved Son - George Turner   

Book Reviews by John D. Owen
  The World of Darkness: Such Pain - Don Bassingthwaite   
  The World of Darkness: Sins of the Fathers - Sam Chupp   
  The World of Darkness: Netherworld - Richard Lee Byers   
  The World of Darkness: Conspicuous Consumption - Stewart von Allmen   

Book Reviews by Steve Palmer
  Brightness Reef - David Brin   

Book Reviews by Stephen Payne
  The Illustrated Werewolf Movie Guide - Stephen Jones   

Book Reviews by Mark Plummer
  Worldwar: Upsetting the Balance - Harry Turtledove   

Book Reviews by Ian Sales
  Blue Shifting - Eric Brown   

Book Reviews by Brian Stableford
  Four Ways to Forgiveness - Ursula K. Le Guin   

Book Reviews by Janet Stephenson
  Moths to a Flame - Sarah Ash   
  Fate - Mary Corran   

Book Reviews by Kathy Taylor
  The Blue Manor - Jenny Jones   

Book Reviews by Martyn Taylor
  Djinn Rummy - Tom Holt   

Book Reviews by Jon Wallace
  Back of Town Blues - D. G. Compton   
  Hawk Moon - Ed Gorman   
  The Blood of the Covenant - Brent Monahan   



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