Vector, September/October 1995

Editor(s): Maureen Speller  Andrew M. Butler  Gary S. Dalkin  Paul Kincaid  Stephen Payne   
Pages: 40, A4
Price: £2.25
Notes: #185, Roles: Managing & Magazine Reviews, Features, Features, Hardback Reviews, Paperback Revi

   - Andrew M. Butler 

  Happy Centenary, Interzone - Gary S. Dalkin 
  Tomorrow May Be Even Worse: John Kilian Houston Brunner (1934-1995) - Andy Sawyer 
  The Nature of Survival in the 21st Century: The Survival of Concern in 1995: John Brunner's "The Long Result" (1965) and "Stand On Zanzibar" (1968) - Robert Edgar 
  On "Days of March" - Bob Ford 
  Brunner at the EuroCons - Neyir Cenk Gokce 
  Some Looking Glass Reflections on the Mainstream Perception of SF: Part 1 - The C4 Sci-Fi Weekend - Gary S. Dalkin 

Book Reviews by Andrew Adams
  The Lions of Al-Rassan - Guy Gavriel Kay 

Book Reviews by Chris Amies
  Seasons of Plenty - Colin Greenland 
  Foreigner - C. J. Cherryh 
  Little Deaths (Edited) - Ellen Datlow 

Book Reviews by Graham Andrews
  Insomnia - Stephen King 

Book Reviews by K. V. Bailey
  The Dystopian Impulse in Modern Literature - M. Keith Booker 
  Dystopian Literature: A Theory and Research Guide - M. Keith Booker 
  The Magic Engineer - L. E. Modesitt, Jr 
  Skybowl - Melanie Rawn 

Book Reviews by Cherith Baldry
  Arthor - A. A. Attanasio 

Book Reviews by Norman Beswick
  Fadar - Ronald Campbell-Butler 
  The Barber of Aldebaran - William Moy Russell 
  People of the Sea - W. Michael Gear  Kathleen O'Neal Gear 

Book Reviews by Lynne Bispham
  The Blue Manor - Jenny Jones 

Book Reviews by Martin Brice
  Witches' Brew - Terry Brooks 
  The White Gryphon - Mercedes Lackey  Larry Dixon 

Book Reviews by Tanya Brown
  The Detached Retina - Brian W. Aldiss 
  Lethe - Tricia Sullivan 
  The Vampyre - Tom Holland 
  Wind Whispers, Shadow Shouts - Sharon Green 
  The Haunting of Jessica Raven - Ann Halam 

Book Reviews by Gary S. Dalkin
  Havock Junction - Joe Donnelly 
  Black Lightning - Mark Jones 
  Strange Highways - Dean Koontz 

Book Reviews by Barbara Davies
  Kaleidoscope Century - John Barnes 

Book Reviews by Alan Fraser
  Battletech 17: I Am Jade Falcon - Robert Thurston 
  World War: Tilting the Balance - Harry Turtledove 

Book Reviews by Helen Gould
  Freedom's Landing - Anne McCaffrey 

Book Reviews by Carol Ann Green
  Sins of the Blood - Kristine Kathryn Rusch 

Book Reviews by L. J. Hurst
  Sanity Plea: Schizophrenia in the Novels of Kurt Vonnegut - Lawrence R. Broer 

Book Reviews by Steve Jeffery
  Beggars in Spain - Nancy Kress 
  The Eternal Champion - Michael Moorcock 

Book Reviews by Paul Kincaid
  The Prestige - Christopher Priest 

Book Reviews by Vikki Lee
  Warhost of Vastmark - Janny Wurts 

Book Reviews by Pat McMurray
  The X-Files: Whirlwind - Charles Grant 
  Pacific Edge - Kim Stanley Robinson 

Book Reviews by Helen McNabb
  Invader - C. J. Cherryh 

Book Reviews by Andy Mills
  Legacy - Greg Bear 
  Brother Termite - Patricia Anthony 
  Star Trek: The Next Generation - Beginnings - Mike Carlin  Pablo Marcos  Carlos Garzon  Arne Starr  Carl Gafford 
  Panic - Chris Curry 
  Pollen - Jeff Noon 

Book Reviews by Joseph Nicholas
  Necroville - Ian McDonald 

Book Reviews by John D. Owen
  A Land Fit for Heroes, Volume 2: Stand Alone Stan - Phillip Mann 
  The Hallows - Michael Scott 

Book Reviews by Steve Palmer
  Fairyland - Paul J. McAuley 

Book Reviews by Stephen Payne
  Blood Crazy - Simon Clark 
  Vanitas - S. P. Somtow 
  Aliens vs Predator - Steve Perry  Stephani Perry  David Bischoff 

Book Reviews by Andy Sawyer
  Science Fiction & Fantasy Book Review Annual 1991 - Robert A. Collins  Robert Latham 
  The Quintaglio Ascension 3: Foreigner - Robert J. Sawyer 

Book Reviews by Sue Thomason
  Riding the Unicorn - Paul Kearney 
  The Discworld Companion - Terry Pratchett  Stephen Briggs 

Book Reviews by Jon Wallace
  Star Wars: The Original Radio Drama - Brian Daley 
  A Load of Old BoSh - Bob Shaw 
  Ghostcountry's Wrath - Tom Deitz 
  North Wind - Gwyneth Jones 

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