Locus 602 Arrives

Locus 602 Arrives

locus-602The latest issue of Locus, the Magazine of the Science Fiction & Fantasy Field, has arrived at the Black Gate rooftop headquarters.

This issue contains interviews with Gene Wolfe and Alaya Dawn Johnson, a spotlight on Sean Wallace, a column by Cory Doctorow on “Explaining Creativity to a Martian,” short fiction reviews by Gardner Dozois and Rich Horton, the usual treasure trove of detailed book reviews by Gary K. Wolfe, Faren Miller, Paul Witcover, and many others, and a quarterly listing of US & UK Forthcoming Books through December 2011 — the most detailed and accurate catalog of forthcoming books in the industry.

As always, Locus also contains the latest news from the field. This issue includes coverage of the Nebula and Bram Stoker Award nominations, Borders’ bankruptcy, an obit of Brian Jacques, snippets and gossip on people & publishing, and much more.

The complete Table of Contents is here.

Simply put, if you want to keep up with what’s really happening in science fiction and fantasy, you need to be reading Locus.

We last covered Locus with the August 2010 issue.

This issue is 72 pages and priced at $6.95; a one-year (12-issue) subscription is $60. Their website is here, and online subscription form is here.

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