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Locus is the magazine of the science fiction, fantasy, and horror publishing fields, with book reviews, author interviews, news, and listings. Locus Issue #656 The September issue features interviews with Sarah Monette and Daniel José Older, results of this year’s Hugo Awards, a new column by Cory Doctorow, lists of forthcoming books…
Locus Issue #616, May 2012, contains interviews with Seanan McGuire and Nick Mamatas; reports from this year’s Williamson Lectureship, the International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts, and World Horror Convention; a new column by Cory Doctorow titled “A Prose By Any Other Name”; listings of this year's Hugo Award Nominations; short fiction reviews by Gardner Dozois and Rich Horton, plus reviews by Gary K. Wolfe, Faren Miller, Russell Letson, and others, of new books by Kim Stanley Robinson, China Miéville, Naomi Novik, C.J. Cherryh, Kristin Cashore, Charlaine Harris, and more.
Magazine Issues reviewed in this issue (indicating reviewer) —
Analog May 2012 (Rich Horton)
Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine December 2011 (Rich Horton)
Arc 2012 (Rich Horton)
Asimov’s March 2012 (Gardner Dozois)
Beneath Ceaseless Skies March 2012 (Rich Horton)
Black Static Feb-Mar 2012 (Rich Horton)
Cosmos April 2012 (Rich Horton)
F&SF Mar/Apr 2012 (Gardner Dozois)
F&SF May/June 2012 (Rich Horton)
Lightspeed April 2012 (Rich Horton)
Strange Horizons March 2012 (Rich Horton)
Tor.com February 2012 (Gardner Dozois)
Tor.com March 2012 (Gardner Dozois)
Tor.com March 2012 (Rich Horton)
Books reviewed in this issue, listed by author (indicating reviewer) —
Barnes, Jennifer Lynn • Every Other Day (Carolyn Cushman)
Barron, Laird • The Croning (Stefan Dziemianowicz)
Cashore, Kristin • Bitterblue (Gwenda Bond)
Cherryh, C. J. • Intruder (Russell Letson)
Davidson, Maryjanice • Undead and Unstable (Carolyn Cushman)
Del Franco, Mark • Undone Deeds (Carolyn Cushman)
Gentle, Mary • The Black Opera (Faren Miller)
Harbottle, Philip • Vultures of the Void: The Legacy (Richard A. Lupoff)
Harris, Charlaine • Deadlocked (Carolyn Cushman)
Kowal, Mary Robinette • Glamour in Glass (Faren Miller)
Kress, Nancy • Fountain of Age: Stories (Gary K. Wolfe)
Little, Bentley • Indignities of the Flesh (Stefan Dziemianowicz)
Long, Nathan • Jane Carver of Waar (Carolyn Cushman)
Mamatas, Nick, & Masumi Washington, eds. • The Future Is Japanese (Karen Burnham)
Mieville, China • Railsea (Gary K. Wolfe)
Moore, Christopher • Sacre Bleu: A Comedy d’Art (Faren Miller)
Murphy, C. E. • Raven Calls (Carolyn Cushman)
Novik, Naomi • Crucible of Gold (Carolyn Cushman)
Novik, Naomi • Crucible of Gold (Faren Miller)
Robinson, Kim Stanley • 2312 (Gary K. Wolfe)
Steele, Allen • Sex and Violence in Zero-G: The Complete ‘‘Near Space’’ Stories: Expanded Edition (Russell Letson)
Tidhar, Lavie • The Great Game (Faren Miller)
Wagner, Karl Edward, edited by Stephen Jones • The Best Horror Stories of Karl Edward Wagner, Volume 1: Where the Summer Ends (Stefan Dziemianowicz)
Wasserman, Robin • The Book of Blood and Shadow (Gwenda Bond)
Yaginuma, Kou • Twin Spica 12 (Carolyn Cushman)
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