John Gribbin


  Books of the Year: 1989 
     Vector, Apr 1990
  Science and Science Fiction (Reply to George Turner) 
     Vector, Oct 1988


     Vector, Apr 1991
     Vector, Dec 1990
  Jon Wallace/Reunion 
     Paperback Inferno, Aug 1992

Book Reviews

  2061: Odyssey Three  - Arthur C. Clarke
     Vector, Apr 1988
  Best New SF 3 (Edited)  - Gardner Dozois
     Vector, Oct 1989
  Beyond Lies the Wub  - Philip K. Dick
     Vector, Jun 1989
  Earth  - David Brin
     Vector, Oct 1990
  History of the Future  - Peter LorieSidd Murray-Clark
     Vector, Feb 1990
  In Alien Flesh  - Gregory Benford
     Vector, Oct 1988
  Out on Blue Six  - Ian McDonald
     Vector, Apr 1991
  Pulsating Stars  -  uncredited
     Vector, Sum 1969
  Reach  - Edward Gibson
     Vector, Apr 1990
  Reaper Man  - Terry Pratchett
     Vector, Aug 1991
  Second Variety  - Philip K. Dick
     Vector, Aug 1989
  Stark  - Ben Elton
     Vector, Jun 1989
  Time Journeys  - Paul Halpern
     Vector, Jun 1991
  The Time-Lapsed Man  - Eric Brown
     Vector, Apr 1991
  Transcendence  - Charles Sheffield
     Vector, Aug 1992

Books Reviewed

  Double Planet  with Marcus Chown 
     Paperback Inferno, Apr 1990 by Colin Bird
     Vector, Jun 1989 by John Newsinger
  Father to the Man 
     Vector, Feb 1990 by L. J. Hurst
     Paperback Inferno, Feb 1991 by Joseph Nicholas
  In Search of the Big Bang 
     Paperback Inferno, Oct 1987 by Andy Sawyer
     Vector, Oct 1987 by Darroll Pardoe
     Vector, Aug 1993 by L. J. Hurst
  Our Changing Planet 
     Paperback Inferno, Feb 1981 by Joseph Nicholas
  Ragnarok  with D. G. Compton 
     Vector, Feb 1993 by John Newsinger
     Vector, Dec 1991 by Paul Brazier
  Reunion  with Marcus Chown 
     Vector, Oct 1991 by L. J. Hurst
     Paperback Inferno, Jun 1992 by Jon Wallace
  The Sixth Winter  with Douglas Orgill 
     Vector, Dec 1979 by Joseph Nicholas
  The Strangest Star 
     Paperback Inferno, Feb 1981 by Joseph Nicholas
     Paperback Inferno, Feb 1981 by Joseph Nicholas

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