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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.

 

The December issue features interviews with Chuck Wendig and Beth Cato, lists of Forthcoming Books through September 2016, a new column by Kameron Hurley, a report on the World Fantasy Convention, and reviews of short fiction and books by Charlie Jane Anders, Leena Krohn, Linda Nagata, Cherie Priest, Gemma Files, and many others.

 

Magazine Issues reviewed in this issue (indicating reviewer) —

 

Asimov’s October/November 2015 (Gardner Dozois)
Beneath Ceaseless Skies October 2015 (Rich Horton)
Clarkesworld October 2015 (Rich Horton)
F&SF November/December 2015 (Gardner Dozois)
Kaleidotrope Autumn 2015 (Rich Horton)
Strange Horizons October 2015 (Rich Horton)
The Dark August 2015 (Rich Horton)
Tor.com September 2015 (Rich Horton)
Tor.com October 2015 (Rich Horton)

 

 

Books reviewed in this issue, listed by author (indicating reviewer) —

 

Anders, Charlie Jane • All the Birds in the Sky (Gary K. Wolfe)
Bear, Greg, ed. • Nebula Awards Showcase 2015 (Gary K. Wolfe)
Bowen, Lila • Wake of Vultures (Faren Miller)
Elliott, Will • The Pilo Traveling Show (Faren Miller)
Files, Gemma • Kissing Carrion (Laird Barron)
Files, Gemma • The Worm in Every Heart (Laird Barron)
Hawkins, Scott • The Library at Mount Char (Ysabeau Wilce)
Hurley, Kameron • Empire Ascendant (Ysabeau Wilce)
Krohn, Leena • Leena Krohn: The Collected Fiction (Faren Miller)
Nagata, Linda • Going Dark (Russell Letson)
Nagata, Linda • The Red: First Light (Russell Letson)
Nagata, Linda • The Trials (Russell Letson)
Newman, Emma • Planetfall (Adrienne Martini)
Priest, Cherie • Chapelwood (Adrienne Martini)
Schmidt, Bryan Thomas, ed. • Mission: Tomorrow (Rich Horton)
Sterling, Bruce, ed. • Twelve Tomorrows: MIT Technology Review SF Annual 2016 (Gardner Dozois)
Strahan, Jonathan, ed. • Meeting Infinity (Gary K. Wolfe)
Valente, Catherynne M. • Radiance (Faren Miller)
Van Name, Mark • Onward Drake! (Rich Horton)
Wallace, Matt • Envy of Angels (Adrienne Martini)
Walton, David • Supersymmetry (Adrienne Martini)

 

 

About Locus:

Locus is the news magazine and trade journal for chain SF and fantasy buyers, independent bookstore SF and fantasy buyers, and independent distributors as well as librarians, editors, authors, publishing personnel, and interested readers. The magazine has been covering the SF and fantasy fields for over 40 years, and has won the Hugo Award, science fiction's premier honor, 30 times. The magazine's website, which contains a sampling of magazine content as well as additional genre news, media reviews, the Roundtable Blog, indexes of reviews and interviews published, the science fiction awards database, and much much more, can be found at http://www.locusmag.com. Information about advertising in the magazine can be found at http://locusmag.com/Magazine/RateCard.html or on the website at http://www.locusmag.com/Home/LocusOnlineRates.html.

 

Our Quarterly Forthcoming Book issues (March, June, September, and December) usually sell out, and are used by librarians, bookstores, publishers, and readers to keep abreast of forthcoming titles. Each contains publishing schedules from the major genre publishers – big houses to small presses – for the next nine months.

 

Our February issue summarizes the previous year, and includes a highly regarded annual Recommended Reading List. The August issue has the Locus Awards, voted on by our readers from the best of the previous year. The October and November issues cover the World SF Convention and are constant back issue favorites. All issues have a list of the new books that month, a list of recommended books and bestsellers, and interviews with leading authors.

 

For information about the parent company, Locus Science Fiction Foundation (a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation), see www.lsff.net.

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