Библиография фантастики: 1989

Aakhus Patricia. The Voyage of Mael Duin's Curragh. – Story Line Press, 1989. – 227 pp. (tp) ISBN 0-934257-31-0.
Celtic historical fantasy about a young Celt who travels from ancient Ireland into the western seas searching for the Viking raiders who killed his father.

Aamodt Donald. A Name to Conjure With. – Avon, 1989. – 265 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-380-75137-2.
Humorous sword and sorcery novel; a first novel. (Fantasy).

Abbey Lynn. The Green Man / Cover by Mike Posen; Illustrated by Robert Gould. – Headline, 1989. – 262 pp. – (Unicorn & Dragon. 2). (pb) ISBN 0-7472-3212-1.
1988 -> Unicorn and Dragon, Vol. II: Conquest.

Acker Kathy. Empire of the Senseless. – Grove, 1989. – 227 pp. (tp) ISBN 0-8021-3179-4.

Acker Kathy. Empire of the Senseless / Cover by Robert Mason. – Picador, 1989. – 229 pp. (tp) ISBN 0-330-30578-6.

Ackroyd Peter. First Light. – Grove, 1989. – 328 pp. (hc) ISBN 0-8021-1161-0.
Literary fantasy novel. The ancient night sky reappears during the excavation of a neolithic grave in Dorset and other strange things happen.

Ackroyd Peter. First Light. – Hamish Hamilton, 1989.

Ackroyd Peter. First Light. – Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 1989. – 328 pp.

Adams Douglas. Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency. – SFBC, 1989. – 247 pp. – (Dirk Gently. 1). (hc).
SFBC # 14643.

Adams Douglas. The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. – Crown Harmony, 1989. – 215 pp. – (Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy. 1). (hc) ISBN 0-517-54209-9.

Adams Douglas. The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul. – Simon & Schuster, 1989. – 319 pp. – (Dirk Gently. 2). (hc) ISBN 0-671-62583-7.

Adams Douglas. The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul / Cover by Chris Moore. – Pan, 1989. – 247 pp. – (Dirk Gently. 2). (pb) ISBN 0-330-30955-2.

Adams Glenda. Games of the Strong. – Cane Hill Press, 1989. – 180 pp. (tp) ISBN 0-943433-02-9.
Australian literary novel set in a near-future utopia.

Adams Richard. The Girl in a Swing. – NAL, 1989.

Adams Richard. Maia. – NAL, 1989.

Adams Richard. Traveller. – Dell, 1989. – 355 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-440-20493-3. (Historical).

Adams Richard. Traveller / Cover by Charles Hoffbauer. – Hutchinson, 1989. – 277 pp. (hc) ISBN 0-09-173891-1.

Adams Robert. Castaways in Time, 1989.

Adams Robert. Monsters and Magicians. – Baen, 1989. – 311 pp. – (Stairway to Forever. 2). (pb) ISBN 0-671-69797-8.
Fantasy novel set in the contemporary South and a fantastic world accessible through a door on the hero's property.

Adams Robert. Of Beginnings and Endings. – NAL Signet, 1989. – 238 pp. – (Castaways in Time. 6). (pb) ISBN 0-451-15972-1.
Alternate-history time-travel sf novel.

Adams Terry. The Master of Chaos. – DAW, 1989. – 496 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-88677-347-4.
Sf novel featuring a telepathic expert in human/alien encounters, sequel to Sentience..

Adams Terry. Sentience. – DAW, 1989. – 381 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-88677-108-0.

Adkins Patrick. Master of the Fearful Depths. – Ace, 1989. – 218 pp. – (The Greek Titans. 2). (pb) ISBN 0-441-52106-1.
Fantasy novel about the Titans. Sequel to Lord of the Crooked Paths.

Aellen Richard. Redeye. – Sphere Overseas, 1989. – 453 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-7474-0456-9.

Aellen Richard. Redeye / Cover by Pat Doyle. – Hamish Hamilton, 1989. – 374 pp. (hc) ISBN 0-241-12693-2.

Ahern Jerry. The Survivalist: Mid-Wake. – NEL, 1989. – 476 pp. – (Survivalist). (pb) ISBN 0-450-49736-4.

Ahern Jerry. The Survivalist # 16: The Arsenal. – NEL, 1989. – 236 pp. – (Survivalist. 16). (pb) ISBN 0-450-42141-4.

Ahern Jerry. The Survivalist # 18: The Struggle. – Zebra, 1989. – 223 pp. – (Survivalist. 18). (pb) ISBN 0-8217-2581-5.

Ahern Jerry. The Survivalist # 19: Final Rain. – Zebra, 1989. – 220 pp. – (Survivalist. 19). (pb) ISBN 0-8217-2684-6.

Aiken Joan. Give Yourself a Fright. – Delacorte, 1989. – 180 pp. (hc) ISBN 0-440-50120-2.
Young-adult collection; 13 tales of the supernatural.

Aiken Joan. A Goose on Your Grave. – Lions Tracks, 1989. – 159 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-00-673055-8.

Aiken Joan. A Touch of Chill. – Dell Laurel-Leaf, 1989. – 182 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-440-20459-3.
Collection of 15 young-adult stories.

Aiken Joan. A Touch of Chill. – Teentracks, 1989. – 190 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-00-671764-0.

Aiken Joan. The Wolves of Willoughby Chase. – Doubleday, 1989. – 149 pp. – (Alternate England. 1). (hc) ISBN 0-385-03594-2.

Aiken Joan, Pienkowski Jan. Foot in the Grave. – Jonathan Cape, 1989. – 128 pp. (hc) ISBN 0-224-02705-0.
Collection of eight stories by Aiken written around fantastic paintings by Pienkowski.

Airey Jean. The Doctor and the Enterprise. – Pioneer Books, 1989. – 129 pp. (tp) ISBN 1-55698-218-6.
Humorous sf novel, a fan parody of Doctor Who, Star Trek and The Wizard of Oz. This has been published in amateur press editions, but this is its first official publication.

Albano Peter. Attack of the Seventh Carrier. – Zebra, 1989. – 400 pp. – (Seventh Carrier. 3). (pb) ISBN 0-8217-2842-3.
Military adventure novel with sf elements. A WWII Japanese supercarrier thawed out of Arctic ice saves the world from WWIII.

Albano Peter. Quest of the Seventh Carrier. – Zebra, 1989. – (Seventh Carrier).

Alcock Vivien. The Monster Garden. – Lions, 1989. – 122 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-00-673163-5.

Alderman Gill. The Archivist / Cover by Lee Gibbons. – Unwin Hyman, 1989. – 380 pp. (hc) ISBN 0-04-440399-2.
Sf novel about the overthrow of a matriarchal society. A first novel.

Aldiss Brian. Cracken at Critical. – NEL, 1989. – 200 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-450-50083-7.

Aldiss Brian. Cryptozoic! / Cover by Nick Rogers. – Gollancz, 1989. – 187 pp. – (VGSF Classics. 30). (pb) ISBN 0-575-04179-X.

Aldiss Brian. Forgotten Life. – Macmillan Atheneum, 1989. – 283 pp. (hc) ISBN 0-689-12041-9.

Aldiss Brian. Forgotten Life / Cover by John Holmes. – Mandarin, 1989. – 398 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-7493-0123-6.

Aldiss Brian. Galaxies Like Grains of Sand / Cover by Brian Waugh; Introduction by Norman Spinrad. – Gollancz, 1989. – 188 pp. – (VGSF Classics. 36). (pb) ISBN 0-575-04180-3.

Aldiss Brian. Last Orders. – Carroll & Graf, 1989. – 223 pp. (hc) ISBN 0-88184-458-6.
Collection of nine stories and five «enigmas».

Aldiss Brian. Man in His Time: Best SF Stories / Introduction by Brian W. Aldiss. – Gollancz, 1989. – 328 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-575-04530-2.
SF collection.

Aldiss Brian. Man in His Time: Best SF Stories of Brian W. Aldiss / Introduction by Brian W. Aldiss. – Macmillan Atheneum, 1989. – 328 pp. (hc) ISBN 0-689-12052-4.
Collection of 22 stories.

Aldiss Brian. Non-Stop. – Carroll & Graf, 1989. – 269 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-88184-492-6.

Aldiss Brian. Non-Stop. – SFBC, 1989. (hc).
SFBC # 14708.

Aldiss Brian. A Romance of the Equator: Best Fantasy Stories. – Gollancz, 1989. – 345 pp. (hc) ISBN 0-575-04211-7.
Marvellous collection of 26 stories that Aldiss loosely labels as fantasy.

Alexander Lloyd. The Jedera Adventure. – Dutton, 1989. – 152 pp. – (Vesper Holly. 4). (hc) ISBN 0-525-44481-5.
Young adult alternate-world Victorian adventure novel.

Alexander Lloyd. The King's Fountain / Full color paintings by Ezra Jack Keats. – Dutton, 1989. (tp) ISBN 0-525-33240-5.

Alexander Lloyd. The King's Fountain / Full color paintings by Ezra Jack Keats. – Dutton, 1989. (hc) ISBN 0-525-33240-5.

Alexander Lynne. Resonating Bodies. – Macmillan Atheneum, 1989. – 230 pp. (hc) ISBN 0-689-12039-7.

Alexander Marc. Magic Casements / Cover by Stephen Bradbury. – Headline, 1989. – 342 pp. – (Wells of Ythan. 2). (pb) ISBN 0-7472-3026-9.
Fantasy novel.

Allbeury Ted. All Our Tomorrows. – Mysterious Press, 1989. – 260 pp. (hc) ISBN 0-89296-183-X.

Allcock Phil. The Will of Dargan. – Kingsway, 1989. – 224 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-86065-760-4.
Young-adult fantasy novel.

Allen Roger. Farside Cannon / Cover by Nick Rogers. – Orbit, 1989. – 406 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-7088-4305-0.

Allen Roger. Rogue Powers / Cover by Eddie Jones. – Arrow, 1989. – 403 pp. – (Venture SF. Vol. 25). (pb) ISBN 0-09-962190-8.

Allen Roger. The Torch of Honor / Cover by Eddie Jones. – Arrow, 1989. – 339 pp. – (Venture SF. Vol. 21). (pb) ISBN 0-09-962180-0.

Allen Roger, Drake David. The War Machine. – Baen, 1989. – (Crisis of Empire. 3).

Allen Sheila. The Meddlesome Ghost. – Walker, 1989. – 224 pp. – (Lovers of Steadford Abbey. 2). (hc) ISBN 0-8027-1083-2.
Regency romance/ghost novel. A ghost must do penance for a wicked life by easing the way for mortal lovers.

Allen Sheila. The Reluctant Ghost. – Walker, 1989. – (Lovers of Steadford Abbey. 1).
Regency romance with a real ghost.

Alternative Empires / Ed. by Martin Harry Greenberg, Gregory Benford. – Bantam, 1989. – (What Might Have Been. 1).

Alternatives / Ed. by Robert Adams, Pamela Crippen Adams. – Baen, 1989. – 312 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-671-69818-4.
Original anthology of six alternate history stories.

Amadio Nadine. The New Adventures of Alice in Rainforest Land / Illustrated by Charles Blackman. – Watermark Press/P.I.C., 1989. – 62 pp. (hc) ISBN 0-9587845-3-1.
Children's fantasy – the adventures of Alice and the White Rabbit in Australia.

Ames John. Spellcaster. – Zebra, 1989. – 347 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-8217-2732-X.
Voodoo horror novel. Unspeakable evil walks the streets of New Orlean during Mardi Gras. (Horror).

Amis Martin. London Fields. – Cape, 1989.
Literary fantasy novel.

Anderson Kevin. Gamearth. – NAL Signet, 1989. – 335 pp. – (Game. 1). (pb) ISBN 0-451-15680-3.
Fantasy novel about a role playing game that refused to stay pretend. (Fantasy).

Anderson Kevin. Gameplay. – NAL Signet, 1989. – 325 pp. – (Game. 2). (pb) ISBN 0-451-16236-6.
Fantasy novel about a role-playing game that comes alive, sequel to Gamearth.

Anderson Margaret. The Druid's Gift. – Knopf, 1989. – 211 pp. (hc) ISBN 0-394-81936-5.
Young-adult Celtic time-travel fantasy novel.

Anderson Michael. The Clan of Golgotha Scalp / Cover by Barbara Walton. – Hale, 1989. – 255 pp. (hc) ISBN 0-7090-3637-X.
Horror novel.

Anderson Michael. God of a Thousand Faces. – Heywood, 1989. – 249 pp. (pb) ISBN 1-85481-006-5.
Horror novel.

Anderson Michael. The Unholy. – Heywood, 1989. – 223 pp. (pb) ISBN 1-85481-000-6.
Horror novel.

Anderson Michael. The Woodsmen. – Heywood, 1989. – 156 pp. (pb) ISBN 1-85481-013-8.
Horror novel.

Anderson Poul. The Boat of a Million Years. – Tor, 1989.

Anderson Paul. Claw Hammer. – Zebra/Pinnacle, 1989. – 288 pp. (pb) ISBN 1-55817-281-5.
Horror novel of a flesh-eating creature stalking young women in the suburbs.

Anderson Poul. Saturn Game & Iceborn. – Tor, 1989.

Anderson Poul. Space Folk. – Baen, 1989.

Andrews V. Dark Angel. – Pocket, 1989. (Gothic).

Andrews V. Fallen Hearts. – G.K.Hall, 1989. (Gothic).

Andrews V. Flowers in the Attic. – Pocket, 1989. (Gothic).

Andrews V. The Gates of Paradise. – Pocket, 1989. – (Casteel. 4). (Gothic).

Andrews V. The Gates of Paradise. – Poseidon, 1989. (Gothic).

Andrews V. V. C. Andrews, 4 vols.. – Pocket, 1989. (Gothic).

Anthony Piers. Man from Mundania. – Avon, 1989. – (Xanth). (Fantasy).

Anthony Piers. Unicorn Point, 1989. – (Adept).

Asimov Isaac, Asimov Janet. Norby and Yobo's Great Adventure. – Walker & Co., 1989.

Asimov Isaac, Asimov Janet. Norby Down to Earth. – Walker & Co., 1989.

Asimov Janet. Mind Transfer. – Ace, 1989.

Asire Nancy, Cherryh C. Wizard Spawn, 1989. – (Sword of Knowledge. 2).

Asprin Robert. Cold Cash Warrior. – Ace, 1989. – (Combat Command. 9).

Asprin Robert. M.Y.T.H. Inc. In Action. – Donning, 1989. (Fantasy).

Attanasio A. The Last Legends of Earth. – Doubleday, 1989.

Auel Jean. The Valley of Horses. – Bantam, 1989.

Austin Richard. Devil's Deal. – Jove, 1989. – (Guardians. 13).

Bailey Robin. Enchanter, 1989. – (Infocom. 3).

Bailey Robin. The Lake of Fire, 1989. – (Dungeon. 1).

Baker Scott. Firedance, 1989.

Baker Scott. Webs. – Tor, 1989.

Banks Iain. The Bridge. – St. Martin's, 1989.

Banks Iain. The Player of Games. – St. Martin's, 1989.

Banks Iain. The State of the Art, 1989.

Barker Clive. The Great and Secret Show. – Collins, 1989.

Barker Clive. Tapping the Vein. – Eclipse, 1989. (Horror).

Barnes Julian. A History of the World in 10 1/2 Chapters. – Cape, 1989.

Barnes Steven. Gorgon Child. – Tor, 1989.

Baudino Gael. Strands of Starlight, 1989.

Bear Greg. Eon. – Tor, 1989.

Bear Greg. Hegira. – Tor, 1989.

Bear Greg. Tangents. – Warner, 1989.
11 stories.

Bell Clare. People of the Sky. – St. Martin's, 1989.

Bellairs John. Chessman of Doom. – Dial, 1989.

Bellairs John. Chessman of Doom. – Doubleday, 1989.

Bellairs John. The Trolley to Yesterday. – Dial, 1989.

Benford Gregory. Tides of Light, 1989.

Bergstrom Elaine. Shattered Glass, 1989.

Betancourt John. Dragons of Komako. – Ace, 1989. – (Dr. Bones. 4).

Bishop Michael. Apartheid, Superstrings and Mordecai Thubana. – Pulphouse/Axolotl, 1989.
Original short story, with an introduction by Lewis Shiner.

Bishop Michael. A Funeral for the Eyes of Fire. – Kerosina, 1989.
This edition contains a new introduction by the author and an afterword by Ian Watson.

Bishop Michael. Within the Walls of Tyre. – Kerosina, 1989.
Screenplay of one of Bishop's better-known stories.

Blaylock James. The Stone Giant, 1989.

Bloch Robert. Fear and Trembling. – Tor, 1989. (Horror).

Bloch Robert. Lori. – Tor, 1989.

Bloch Robert. Psycho. – Tor, 1989. (Horror).

Bloch Robert. Psycho-II. – Tor, 1989. (Horror).

Bloch Robert. Screams. – Underwood/Miller, 1989. (Horror).

Bonanno Margaret. Risks. – St. Martin's, 1989.

Bonanno Margaret. Strangers from the Sky. – Pocket, 1989. – (Star Trek).

Book of the Dead / Ed. by John Skipp, Craig Spector. – Bantam, 1989.
Original anthology of 16 zombie stories set in the same universe as George Romero's «Night of the Living Dead». (Horror).

Book of the Dead / Ed. by John Skipp, Craig Spector. – Mark V. Ziesing, 1989. (Horror).

Bova Ben. Cyberbooks, 1989.

Bowker Richard. Summit. – Bantam, 1989.

Boyle Josephine. Maiden's End, 1989.

Bradley Marion. The Heirs of Hammerfell, 1989.

Bradley Marion. Spells of Wonder, 1989.

Bradley Marion. Witch Hill, 1989.

Brenchley Chaz. The Refuge, 1989.

Brenner Mayer. Catastrophe's Spell, 1989.

Brennert Alan. Time and Chance, 1989.

Brizzolara John. Empire's Horizon, 1989.

Brown Charles, Contento William. Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror: 1988. – Locus Press, 1989. (Non-fiction).

Brunner John. Children of Thunder, 1989.

Buchan John. Witch Wood. – Carroll & Graf, 1989. (Horror).

Bujold Lois. Borders of Infinity, 1989. – (Miles Vorkosigan. 3).

Bujold Lois. Brothers in Arms, 1989. – (Miles Vorkosigan. 4).

Bull Emma. Falcon. – Ace, 1989.

Butler Jack. Nightshade. – Atlantic Monthly, 1989.
Vampire/sf novel set on an Earth-colonized Martian frontier.

Butler Octavia. Imago, 1989. – (Xenogenesis. 3).

Cadigan Pat. Patterns, 1989.

Caidin Martin. Beamriders, 1989.

Caidin Martin. Prison Ship, 1989.

Caldecott Moyra. Daughter of Amun. – Arrow, 1989. – (Amun. 1).
Historical fantasy about the life of Hatshepsut. (Fantasy).

Caldecott Moyra. The Green Lady and the King of Shadows. – Gothic Image, 1989.
Medieval fantasy about Glastonbury Tor. (Fantasy).

Campbell J. Ancient Images, 1989.

Campbell J. The Influence, 1989.

Caraker Mary. Treetops: Novelette // Analog. – 1989. – Aug.

Card Orson. The Abyss, 1989.

Card Orson. Prentice Alvin. – TOR, 1989. – (Hatrack River).

Carroll Jonathan. A Child Across the Sky. – Century, 1989.

Catfantastic / Ed. by Martin Harry Greenberg, Andre Norton. – DAW, 1989. (Fantasy).

Chalker Jack. The Demons at Rainbow Bridge, 1989. – (Quintara Marathon. 1).

Chalker Jack. The Identity Matrix. – Simon & Schuster, 1989.

Chalker Jack. The Maze in the Mirror. – TOR, 1989.

Chalker Jack. Pirates of the Thunder. – Severn House, 1989.

Chalker Jack. The Quintara Marathon, 1989. – (Quintara Marathon. 1).

Chandler Bryn. Eve's Rib, 1989.

Charnas Suzi. The Golden Thread, 1989. – (Sorcery Hall. 3).

Charrette Bob. Battletech: Heir to the Dragon. – FASA, 1989.
Sf novelization of the «Battletech» game.

Cherryh C. Cyteen: The Betrayal. – Warner, 1989. – (Cyteen).

Cherryh C. Cyteen: The Rebirth. – Warner, 1989. – (Cyteen).

Cherryh C. Cyteen: The Vindication. – Warner, 1989. – (Cyteen).

Cherryh C. Divine Right, 1989. – (Merovingen Nights. 5).

Cherryh C. Rimrunners, 1989.

Cherryh C. Rusalka. – Del Rey, 1989.

Cherryh C., Fish Leslie. A Dirge for Sabis, 1989. – (Sword of Knowledge. 1).

Cherryh C., Lackey Mercedes. Reap the Whirlwind, 1989. – (Sword of Knowledge. 3).

Chow Dan. Inspector Glebsky's Puzzle, Arkady Strugatsky & Boris Strugatsky // Locus. – 1989. – V22:1 No. 336 Jan.

Collins Nancy. Sunglasses After Dark. – NAL Onyx, 1989.
Vampire horror novel; a first novel. This is intense, erotic, and truly nasty. (Horror).

Coney Michael. King of the Scepter'd Isle. – NAL, 1989. – (Greataway).
Quasi-Arthurian novel with sf elements, sequel to Fang the Gnome. (Fantasy).

Cook Rick. Limbo System. – Baen Books, 1989.
Sf novel about demonic aliens trapped in a planetless system and released by Earthmen.

Cooke John. The Lake. – Avon, 1989.
A first novel, about monstrous evil lurking at the bottom of a lake. (Horror).

Cooper Louise. Infanta, 1989.

Cormier Robert. Fade, 1989.

Costello Matthew. Beneath Still Waters, 1989.

Coyle Howard. Sword Point. – Viking, 1989.
Near-future thriller. (Thriller).

Coyne John. Fury. – Warner, 1989.

Crispin A. Starbridge, 1989.

Crowley John. Novelty, 1989.

Cushman Carolyn. The Snows of Jaspre, Mary Caraker // Locus. – 1989. – V 22:4 No. 339 Apr.

Da Cruz Daniel. Mixed Doubles. – Ballantine Del Ray, 1989.
Time-travel sf novel about a composer in the 1990s who goes back in time to steal the compositions of the «near-greats» of music.

Dalmas John. The Lantern of God, 1989.

Danziger Paula. This Place Has No Atmosphere. – Dell Yearling, 1989.

David Peter. Strike Zone, 1989.

Day Chet. The Hacker, 1989.

De Chancie John. Castle Kidnapped, 1989.

De Larrabeiti Michael. Provencal Tales. – St. Martin's, 1989.
Associational; retelling of Provencal tales and fables by the author of the «Borribles» books. (Tales).

De Lint Charles. Svaha, 1989.

De Maupassant Guy. The Dark Side, 1989.

De Vere V. Motto Excelsior: Books II – IV. – Merlin, 1989.

Deitz Tom. Darkthunder's Way, 1989.

Deitz Tom. The Gryphon King, 1989.

Delany Samuel. Return to Neveryon. – Grafton, 1989. – (Neveryon). (Fantasy).

Dietz William. Cluster Command, 1989. – (Crisis of Empire. 2).

Dillard J. The Lost Years, 1989.

Divine Right / Ed. by C. J(anice) Cherryh. – DAW, 1989. (Fantasy).

Downer Ann. The Spellkey, 1989.

Drake David. Rolling Hot, 1989.

Drake David, Miesel Sandra. Heads to the Storm, 1989.

Drake David, Miesel Sandra. A Separate Star, 1989.

Duane Diane. My Enemy, My Ally, 1989.

Duane Diane. Spock's World, 1989. – (Star Trek).

Dunbar Robert. The Pines. – Leisure, 1989.
Novel based on the legend of the Jersey Devil. (Horror).

Duncan Dave. A Rose Red City, 1989.

Duncan Dave. West of January. – Ballantine Del Ray, 1989.
Sf novel set in a nomadic civilization on an alien world.

Dvorkin David, Dvorkin Daniel. The Captain's Honor, 1989. – (Star Trek).

Ecklar Julia. The Kobayashi Maru, 1989.

Edgerton Teresa. The Moon in Hiding, 1989. – (Green Lion. 2).

Effinger George. A Fire in the Sun, 1989.

Eisenstein Phyllis. Born to Exile, 1989.

Eisenstein Phyllis. In the Red Lord's Reach, 1989.

Eklund Gordon, Benford Gregory. If the Stars are Gods. – Bantam, 1989.

Elliot Tom. The Dwelling, 1989.

Ellison Harlan. Footsteps. – Footsteps Press, 1989.
Short story originally published in Gallery, with an introduction and footnotes by the author. The complete introduction and preface appear here for the first time. Illustrated by Ken Snyder, this is a signed, numbered, 582-copy limited edition.

Emerson Ru. On the Seas of Destiny, 1989.

Erwin Alan. Skeleton Dancer. – Dell, 1989.
Apache ghosts that crave human blood haunt a West Texas cave. (Horror).

Farmer Philip. Dungeon, 1989.

Fawcett Bill. Guardians of the Three, Volume Two: Keeper of the City. – Bantam Spectra, 1989.
Fantasy round-robin series by various authors. The cover credit reads «Created be Bill Fawcett». The authors' names (Diane Duane & Peter Morwood) are on the back in much smaller print. (Fantasy).

Fawcett Bill, Drake David. Breakthrough, 1989.

Feist Raymond. Prince of the Blood. – Doubleday Foundation, 1989. – (Riftwar. 4). (Fantasy).

Ferguson Brad. A Flag Full of Stars, 1989.

Finch Sheila. Shaper's Legacy. – Bantam Spectra, 1989. – (Shaper Exile. 2).
Sf novel of genetically altered humans on an alien world.

Finch Sheila. Shaping the Down, 1989.

Finch Sheila. The Shaper Exile, 1989. – (Shaper Exile).

Fortier Ron, Mayhar Ardath. Monkey Station. – TSR, 1989.
Sf novel about a mutating worldwide plague that causes intelligence and speech in monkeys.

Foster Alan. Quozl, 1989.

Fowler Christopher. The Bureau of Lost Souls, 1989.

Franklin Cheryl. Fire Lord, 1989.

Friedman Michael. A Call to Darkness, 1989.

Friedman Michael. Double, Double, 1989.

Friends of the Horseclans II / Ed. by Pamela Crippen Adams, Robert Adams. – NAL Signet, 1989. – 287 pp. – (Horseclans). (pb) ISBN 0-451-15846-6.
Original anthology of nine stories set in Adams' «Horseclans» universe.

Friesner Esther. The Water King's Laughter, 1989.

From My Guy to Sci Fi: Genre and Women's Writing Today / Ed. by Helen Carr. – Pandora, 1989.
Collection of essays of peripheral interest. (Non-fiction).

Fuller John. The Pack, 1989.

Gardener John, Chown Marcus. Double Planet, 1989.

Gardner Craig. Slaves of the Volcano God, 1989.

Garton Ray. Crucifax, 1989.

Gear W. The Web of the Spider, 1989.

Gentile Gary. The Lurking, 1989.

Gentle Mary. Scholars and Soldiers, 1989.

Gerrold David. A Rage for Revenge, 1989. – (Chtorr. 3).

Gibson Edward. Reach. – Doubleday Foundation, 1989.

Godwin Parke. The Snake Oil Variations. – Doubleday Foundation, 1989.
Comic sf novel, sequel to Waiting for the Galactic Bus.

Grandmasters' Choice / Ed. by Ingrid Zierhut, Andre Norton. – NESFA, 1989.

Grant Charles. In a Dark Dream, 1989.

Grant Charles. The Orchard. – Macdonald, 1989. (Horror).

Grant John, Dever Joe. The Dark Door Opens. – Beaver, 1989. – (Legends of the Lone Wolf. 2).
Young adult fantasy novelization. (Fantasy).

Grant John, Dever Joe. Eclipse of the Kai. – Beaver, 1989. – (Legends of the Lone Wolf. 1).
Young adult fantasy novelization. (Fantasy).

Grant Richard. Views from the Oldest House, 1989.

Green Sharon. Hellhound Magic, 1989.

Greenhalgh Zohra. Contrarywise, 1989.

Gregory Philippa. The Favored Child. – Pocket, 1989.
Romance novel with a psychic heroine set in 18th-century England.

Gribbin John. The Father to the Man, 1989.

Grubb Davis. You Never Believe Me and Other Stories. – St. Martin's, 1989.
Collection of 18 stories set in West Virginia. (Horror).

Grubb Jeff, Novak Kate. Azure Bonds, 1989.

Gunnarsson Thorarinn. Revenge of the Valkyrie. – Ace, 1989.
Norse fantasy novel, sequel to Song of the Dwarves. (Fantasy).

Gygax Gary. Master of the Game. – Putnam/Perigee, 1989.
Guide to being a Game Master in role-playing games by the co-creator of Dungeons & Dragons. (Fantasy).

Haldeman Joe. Buying Time, 1989.

Haldeman Joe. Worlds Enough and Time, 1989.

Harper Rory. Petrogypsies, 1989.

Harrison Harry. Bill, the Galactic Hero. – Avon, 1989.

Harrison Harry. Bill, the Galactic Hero: Planet of the Robot Slaves. – Avon, 1989. – (Bill Hero. 2).

Hawke Simon. The Khyber Connection, 1989. – (Time Wars. 6).

Hawke Simon. Timewars # 9: The Lilliput Legion. – Ace, 1989.
The Time Commandos and Doctor Lemuel Gulliver battle the Lilliputians.

Hickman Tracy, Weis Margaret. Doom of the Darksword, 1989.

Hickman Tracy, Weis Margaret. The Paladin of the Night, 1989. – (Rose of Prophet. 2).

Hickman Tracy, Weis Margaret. The Prophet of Akhran, 1989. – (Rose of Prophet. 3).

Hill Douglas. The Fraxilly Fracas, 1989.

Hiller B. Ghostbusters II. – Dell Yearling, 1989.
Children's movie tie-in novelization, with pictures from the film.

Hinz Christopher. Ash Ock. – St. Martin's, 1989.

Hood Robert. Day-Dreaming on Company Time. – Five Islands Press, 1989.
Collection of 12 horror and fantasy stories from Australia. (Horror).

Huff Tanya. Gate of Darkness, Circle of Light, 1989.

Hyman Jackie. Shadowlight, 1989.

Ing Dean. The Ransom of Black Stealth One. – TOR, 1989.

Ingrid Charles. The Marked Man, 1989.

Ingrid Charles. Return Fire, 1989.

Ingrid Charles. Sand Wars # 5: Return Fire. – DAW, 1989.

James Peter. Dreamer. – Gollancz, 1989.
Horror novel about a woman whose nightmares have an unfortunate tendency to come true. (Horror).

Jarvis Sharon. True Tales of the Unknown, 1989.

Johnson James. Mindhopper, 1989.

Kandel Michael. Strange Invasion, 1989.

Kane Alex. The Shinglo, 1989.


Kazantsev Alexander. The Destruction of Faena / Translated by Alex Miller; Illustrated and designed by Mikhail Verkholantsev; Ред. русского текста О.Пучков; Контрольный ред. Н.Орлова; Худож. М.Верхоланцев; Худож. ред. Т.Вахлина. – Moscow: Raduga Publishers, 1989. – 280 pp. – (Adventure & Fantasy). 15.000 ex. ISBN 5-05-002467-6.
[Казанцев Александр. Гибель Фаэны]

Kelly James. Look into the Sun, 1989.

Kessel John. Good News from Outer Space, 1989.

Ketchum Jack. She Wakes, 1989.

Kilian Crawford. Gryphon. – Ballantine Del Ray, 1989.
Sf novel about pampered far-future man facing hostile alien invaders.

Kilworth Garry. In the Hollow of the Deep-Sea Wave. – The Bodley Head, 1989.

King Stephen. The Dark Half. – Viking, 1989.

Kirstein Rosemary. The Steerswoman. – Ballantine Del Ray, 1989.

Klass Judy. The Cry of the Onlies, 1989.

Koman Victor. The Jehovah Contract, 1989.

Koontz Dean. Lightning, 1989.

Kurtz Katherine. The Harrowing of Gwynedd. – Ballantine, 1989.

Lackey Mercedes. Magic's Pawn, 1989. – (Last Herald Mage. 1).

Lafferty R. Sinbad: the Thirteenth Voyage, 1989.

Lahey Michael. Quest for Apollo. – DAW, 1989.
Novel about an American writer on a mission for the Olympian gods. (Fantasy).

Lansdale Joe. Act of Love. – Kinnell, 1989.

Lansdale Joe. The Drave In. – Kinnell, 1989.

Laumer Keith. Reward for Retief. – Baen Books, 1989. – (Retief).

Lawhead Stephen. Arthur. – Crossway, 1989. – (The Pendragon Cycle. 3).

Laws Stephen. The Wyrm, 1989.

Le Guin Ursula. Dancing at the Edge of the World. – Grove, 1989.
Collection of essays and book reviews. (Non-fiction).

Lee Tanith. Forests of the Night. – Unwin Hyman, 1989.
Sf/fantasy collection, including eight original stories and a brief introduction by the author to each piece.

Lee Tanith. A Heroine of the World. – DAW, 1989.
Romantic fantasy novel set in an alternate-world old Russia.

Leiber Fritz. 50 Years of Leiber, 1989.

Leigh Stephen. Isaac Asimov's Robot City: Robots and Aliens Book 1: The Changeling. – Ace, 1989.
Science fiction novelization, first book in a new round robin series based on Asimov's «Robot» stories, with illustrations by Paul Rivoche.

Lewitt S. Cyberstealth. – Ace, 1989.
Military sf novel set in a space fighter squadron.

Lichtenberg Jacqueline. Dreamspy, 1989.

Lindholm Megan. Luck of the Wheels, 1989.

Lindholm Megan. Wolf's Brother, 1989.

Llywelyn Morgan. The Isles of the Blest, 1989.

Locke Joseph. The Nightmares on Elm Street Parts 4 & 5. – St. Martin's, 1989. (Horror).

Lupoff Richard. Circumsolar!, 1989.

MacAvoy R. The Third Eagle, 1989.

Macdonald Caroline. The Lake at the End of the World. – Dial, 1989.

Macgregor Rob. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. – Sphere, 1989.
Fantasy novelization. Based on the screenplay by Jeffrey Boam. (Fantasy).

Magic in Ithkar, No. 3 / Ed. by Robert Adams, Andre Norton. – Tor, 1989. (Fantasy).

The Mammoth Book of Golden Age Science Fiction – Short Novels of the 1940s / Ed. by Martin Harry Greenberg, Charles G. Waugh, Isaac Asimov. – Robinson, 1989.

Man-Kzin Wars II / Ed. by Larry Niven. – Baen Books, 1989.
Original shared-world anthology of two long novellas by Dean Ing and Pournelle & Stirling, set in Niven's «Known Space».

Margroff Robert, Anthony Piers. Serpent's Silver, 1989.

Martin Les. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade: The Junior Novel. – Sphere, 1989.
Young adult fantasy novelization. Based on the screenplay by Jeffrey Boam. (Fantasy).

Martin Philip. Doctor Who: Trial of a Time Lord: Mindwarp. – Target, 1989. – (Doctor Who. 139).

Masello Robert. Black Horizon, 1989.

Mason Anne. The Dancing Meteorite.

Masques III / Ed. by J. N. Williamson. – St. Martin's, 1989.

Masterton Graham. Walkers, 1989.

Matheson Richard. Earthbound. – Robinson, 1989. (Horror).

Matheson Richard. Richard Matheson: Collected Stories. – Dream Press, 1989.

Mayne William. Antar and the Eagles. – Walker, 1989.
Fantasy novel about a young boy raised by eagles for a special mission. (Fantasy).

McAllister Bruce. Dream Baby. – Tor, 1989.
Novel of the Vietnam War with significant fantasy elements, based on McAllister's Hugo and Nebula Award-nominated novella of the same title.

McCaffrey Anne. The Renegades of Pern, 1989. – (Pern).

McCarty John. The Official Splatter Movie Guide. – St. Martin's, 1989.
Associational guide to splatter films, mostly fantasy/horror, with still and over four hundred short reviews. (Non-fiction).

McDevitt Jack. A Talent for War. – Ace, 1989.

McDonald Ian. Desolation Road, 1989.

McDonald Ian. Out on Blue Six, 1989.

McEnroe Richard. Flight of Honor.

McGirt Dan. Jason Cosmo. – NAL Signet, 1989.
Comic fantasy novel of a young woodcutter who must prove himself a mighty champion. A first novel. (Fantasy).

McIntyre Vonda. Dreamsnake. – Gollancz, 1989. – (VGSF Classics. 33).

McKillip Patricia. The Tinker's War, 1989.

McKinley Robin. The Outlaws of Sherwood. – Ace, 1989.

McNally Clare. Come Down Into Darkness, 1989.

McQuay Mike. The Nexus, 1989.

McQuay Mike. Suspicion, 1989. – (Robot City. 2).

Meier Shirley, Stirling S. The Cage. – Baen Books, 1989.
Fantasy novel about a barbarian woman with a thirst for vengeance.

Melling O. Falling Out of Time, 1989.

Meluch R. War Birds. – NAL Signet, 1989.
Romantical sf novel about interstellar war.

Miesel Sandra. Shaman. – Baen, 1989.

Miller Rex. Stone Shadow, 1989.

Mitchell Kirk. Cry Republic. – Ace, 1989. 3.
Alternate history sf novel. Political intrigue in a 20th-century Roman empire.

Moorcock Michael. The Bane of the Black Sword. – Ace, 1989. (Fantasy).

Moorcock Michael. Casablanca, 1989.

Moorcock Michael. The City in the Autumn Stars. – Ace, 1989.

Moorcock Michael. Elric of Melnibone. – Ace, 1989. (Fantasy).

Moorcock Michael. The Fortress of the Pearl. – Ace, 1989. (Fantasy).

Moorcock Michael. The Fortress of the Pearl. – Gollancz, 1989. – (Elric. 8).
A pleasant surprise after «The Dragon in the Sword», this volume recreates the style and verve of the original Elric books. (Fantasy).

Moorcock Michael. Messiah at the End of Time. – Ace, 1989.

Moorcock Michael. Mother London. – Crown, 1989.

Moorcock Michael. The Sailor on the Seas of Fate. – Ace, 1989. (Fantasy).

Moorcock Michael. Stormbringer. – Ace, 1989. (Fantasy).

Moorcock Michael. The Vanishing Tower. – Ace, 1989. (Fantasy).

Moorcock Michael. The Weird of the White Wolf. – Ace, 1989. (Fantasy).

Moorcock Michael. Wizardry and Wild Romance. – Trafalgar Square, 1989.

Moran Daniel. The Long Run, 1989.

Morris Janet. Prophets in Hell, 1989.

Morris Janet, Drake David. Explorers in Hell, 1989. – (Heroes in Hell).

Morris Janet, Drake David. Target, 1989.

Morwood Peter. The Warlord's Domain. – Century, 1989. – (Alban. 4).

Mudd Steve. Tangled Webs. – Popular Library Questar, 1989.
Sf novel of political intrigue in a totalitarian interstellar empire. A first novel.

Murphy Pat. Art in the War Zone, 1989.

Neiderman Andrew. Perfect Little Angels, 1989.

Neville Robert. Deathday. – Leisure, 1989. (Horror).

The New Frontier / Ed. by Joe R. Lansdale. – Doubleday, 1989.

Niven Larry, Barnes Steven. The Barsoom Project, 1989.

Norton Andre. Dare to Go Ahunting, 1989.

Norton Andre. Four from the Witch World. – Tor, 1989. – (Witch World). (Fantasy).

Norton Andre. Wizard's Worlds. – Tor, 1989. 2. 3.

Norton Andre. Year of the Unicorn. – Ace, 1989. (Fantasy).

Norton Andre. Zarsthor's Bane. – Ace, 1989. (Fantasy).

Norton Andre, Shwartz Susan. Imperial Lady. – St. Martin's, 1989.

Oliver Chad(wick). Broken Eagle. – Bantam, 1989.

Ore Rebecca. Being Alien, 1989.

Paine Michael. Owl Light, 1989.

Panshin Alexei, Panshin Cory. The World Beyond the Hill, 1989.

Park Paul. Sugar Rain, 1989.

Peirce Hayford. Phylum Monsters. – Tor, 1989.

Perry Steve. The 97th Step, 1989.

Perry Steve. The Man Who Never Missed. – Sphere, 1989.

Peters Ralph. Red Army, 1989.

Pike Christopher. Scavenger Hunt. – Pocket Archway, 1989.
Young adult time-travel dark fantasy novel about a boy's strange experiences on a late-night scavenger hunt. (Fantasy).

Pini Wendy, Pini Richard. Quest's End, 1989.

Pohl Frederik. The Day the Martians Came. – St. Martin's, 1989.

Pohl Frederik. Narabedla Ltd.. – Ballantine Books, 1989.

Poly: New Speculative Writing / Ed. by Lee Ballentine. – Ocean View Books, 1989.
Anthology of speculative writing that includes prose works, drama, poetry (mostly), a filmscript and an interview. Contributors include Ray Bradbury, Thomas M. Disch, Steve Rasnic Tem, and Bruce Boston. (Speculative Writing).

Poortvliet Rien. The Book of the Sandman and the Alphabet of Sleep. – Harry N. Abrams, 1989. – 121 pp. (hc) ISBN 0-8109-1524-3.
Children's fantasy art/humor book, similar to the authors' earlier hit, Gnomes.

Popescu Petru. In Hot Blood. – Ballantine Fawcett, 1989. – 328 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-449-14554-9.
Horror, a New Orleans vampire novel.

Porkes Steven. Caliban Landing. – Worldwide Library, 1989. – 253 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-373-30304-1.
Offworld sf novel. An exploration team accidentally kills a native and must stay and try to make it right.

Porter Barry. Dark Souls. – Zebra, 1989. – 349 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-8217-2651-X.
Horror novel about a creature that consumes men's souls.

Porter Barry. Junkyard. – Zebra, 1989. – 284 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-8217-2816-4.
Horror novel of a carnivorous creature that lives in a junkyard menacing children.

Pournelle Jerry. The Crash of Empire, 1989. – (Imperial Stars).

Pournelle Jerry. The Mercenary / Introduction by David A. Drake. – Franklin Watts, 1989. – 269 pp. – (Falkenberg's Legion). (hc) ISBN 0-531-15084-4.

Pournelle Jerry. Prince of Mercenaries. – Baen, 1989. – 338 pp. – (Falkenberg's Legion). (pb) ISBN 0-671-69811-7.
Military sf novel, part of the «Falkenberg» series. Expanded from earlier short stories..

Pournelle Jerry, Green Roland. Janissaries: Clan and Crown / Cover by Patrick Jones. – Orbit, 1989. – 383 pp. – (Janissaries. 2). (pb) ISBN 0-7088-8293-5.

Pournelle Jerry, Stirling S. Man-Kzin Wars II, 1989.

Powers Tim. The Stress of Her Regard, 1989.

Pratchett Terry. Guards! Guards!, 1989. – (Discworld. 8).

Pratchett Terry. Pyramids. – Gollancz, 1989. – (Discworld. 7).
Humorous fantasy novel. This time the Discworld goes Egyptian, with the occasional side-swipe at the ancient Greeks and Trojans. Marvellous stuff, original as wlways. (Fantasy).

Preuss Paul. Hide and Seek, 1989. – (Venus Prime. 3).

Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine Issue 4, Science Fiction / Ed. by Kristine Kathryn Rusch. – Pulphouse, 1989.
Original anthology/quaterly magazine of 18 stories plus three non-fiction pieces. Contributors include Damon Knight, Robert Sheckley, and Algis Budrys.

Quijano Mary. Bloodmaster. – Zebra/Pinnacle, 1989.
Satan possesses the Pope and a young girl in San Francisco. (Fantasy).

Rawn Melanie. The Star Scroll, 1989. – (Dragon Prince. 2).

Razored Saddles / Ed. by Joe R. Lansdale, Pat LoBrutto. – Dark Harvest, 1989.

Reichert Mickey. Dragonrank Master, 1989.

Rendell Ruth. The Bridesmaid, 1989.

Resnick Mike. Paradise: A Chronicle of a Distant World, 1989.

Resnick Mike. Second Contact, 1989.

Rice Anne. The Mummy or Ramses the Damned. – Chatto & Windus, 1989.
Horror novel of a resurrected mummy in Victorian England. (Horror).

Ripley Karen. Prisoner of Dreams, 1989.

Robbins David. Endworld # 16: Miami Run. – Leisure, 1989.
Post-holocaust military sf novel.

Roberson Jennifer. Sword-Maker, 1989.

Robertson Craig. Song of Gondwana, 1989.

Robinson Kim. Escape from Kathmandu. – Tor, 1989.
Интеркомъ. – 1993. – # 4.

Robinson Spider. Callahan's Crazy Crosstime Bar, 1989. – (Callahan's Saloon).

Robinson Spider. Callahan's Lady, 1989. – (Callahan's Saloon).

Robinson Spider, Robinson Jeanne. Starseed, 1989.
Sf novel of a dancer whose illness will no longer allow her to dance on Earth, set in the same universe as «Stardance».

Rogers Mark. The Dead, 1989.

Rogers Mark. Samurai Cat in the Real World, 1989.

Roscoe Theodore. Z is for Zombie, 1989.

Rosenberg Joel. The Heir Apparent, 1989.

Rosenberg Joel. The Silver Crown, 1989.

Ross David. The Argus Gambit. – St. Martin's, 1989.

Rowley Christopher. The Founder, 1989.

Rubinstein Gillian. Space Demons. – Pocket Archway, 1989. (Fantasy).

Russ Joanna, Tiptree, Jr. James. Houston, Houston, Do You Read?; Souls. – Tor, 1989.
Anthology of two Hugo Award-winning novellas. The Tiptree also won the Nebula Award. These are wonderful, perceptive stories of conflict between disparate cultures, perfect companion pieces.

Rutman Leo. Spear of Destiny. – Zebra/Pinnacle, 1989.
Thriller with fantasy elements set in the 1930s. Refugees from the Spanish Civil War are searching for the spear that pierced Christ's side, which has occult powers. (Fantasy).

Ryman Geoff. The Child Garden. – Unwin Hyman, 1989.

Saberhagen Fred. Coinspinners Story, 1989.

Saberhagen Fred. Farslayer's Story, 1989. – (Lost Swords. 4).

Sackett Jeffrey. Blood of the Impaler, 1989.

Sampson Fay. Wise Woman's Telling. – Headline, 1989. – (Daughter of Tintagel. 1).
Fantasy novel about Morgan Le Fay. (Fantasy).

Sarabande William. The First Americans: Book III: Forbidden Land. – Bantam, 1989. – (The First Americans. 3).
Prehistoric novel, part of a series created by the creators of «Wagons West». Another ongoing series from Book Creations Inc..

Sarrantonio Al. Moonbane, 1989.

Saxon William. Mind Bender, 1989.

Scaparro Jack. Deathsong. – Zebra, 1989.
Modern family caught up in an 18th-century pianist's curse.

Schaefer Frank. The Scapeweed Goat. – Hamish Hamilton, 1989.
Utopian fantasy novel. In 1845, a hermit records his life in a secret utopian community deep in the heart of America. (Fantasy).

Schoell William. The Dragon. – Leisure, 1989.
Horror novel. A dragon is loose in the Southwest.

Scotten Cordell. Renegade, 1989.

Shatner William. Tekwar, 1989.

Shaw Bob. Killer Planet, 1989.

Shwartz Susan. Arabesques 2, 1989.

Shwartz Susan. Heritage of Flight, 1989.

Silverberg Robert. The Queen of Springtime, 1989.

Silverberg Robert. To the Land of the Living. – Gollancz, 1989.

Silverberg Robert, Haber Karen. Mutant Season, 1989.

Simmons Dan. Carrion Comfort, 1989.

Simmons Dan. The Fall of Hyperion, 1989. – (Hyperion. 2).

Simmons Dan. Hyperion. – Doubleday Foundation, 1989. – (Hyperion. 1).

Simmons Dan. Phases of Gravity, 1989.

Singer Rochelle. The Demeter Flowers, 1989.

Slonczewski Joan. The Wall Around Eden. – Morrow, 1989.

Slusser George E. Structures of Apprehension: Lem, Heinlein, and the Strugatskys // Science-Fiction Studies (Montreal). – 1989. – Vol. 16, Part 1, # 47 (March). – P. 1-37.

Smith Dean. Laying the Music to Rest, 1989.

Smoke Stephen. Deliver Us from Evil, 1989.

Snyder Midori. New Moon, 1989.

Springer Nancy. Apocalypse. – Baen Books, 1989.
Fantasy novel about the four horsewomen of the apocalypse invading a Pennsylvania town; Интеркомъ. – 1993. – # 4.

Springer Nancy. Mindbond, 1989. – (Sea King. 2).

Stacy Ryder. Doomsday Warrior # 16: American Overthrow. – Zebra, 1989.
Post-holocaust military sf novel.

Stallman Robert. The Orphan. – Kinnell, 1989.

Stanton Mary. Piper at the Gate, 1989.

Stasheff Christopher. The Warlock Insane, 1989. – (Warlock).

Stealer's Sky / Ed. by Lynn Abbey, Robert L. Asprin. – Ace, 1989. – (Thieves' World. 12). (Fantasy).

Steele Allen. Orbital Decay, 1989.

Sterling Bruce, Gibson William. Difference Engine, 1989.

Stewart Michael. Grace. – Atlantic Monthly, 1989.
Medical sf thriller. A Catholic girl's miraculous powers and immaculate conception are caused by genetic experimentation. (Thriller).

Stine George. Warbots # 7: Operation Iron Fist. – Zebra/Pinnacle, 1989.
Sf novel about 21st-century vigilantes.

Stine R.L. Fear Street: The Surprise Party. – Pocket Archway, 1989.
Young adult horror novel of murder and vengeance from beyond the grave. (Horror).

Stirling S. Under the Yoke, 1989.


Stites Richard. Revolutionary Dreams: Utopian Vision and Experimental Life in the Russian Revolution. – New York; Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1989. – 307 pp. ISBN 0-19-505536-5.
Itin, Vivian, 235, 250, 286; The Land of Gonguri, 174

Straczynski J. Michael. Tales from the New Twilight Zone, 1989.

Strieber Whitley. Majestic. – Putnam, 1989. – 317 pp. (hc) ISBN 0-399-13469-7.
Sf novel. The story of a «real» UFO crash in 1947 and the «fictional» events surrounding it.

Strieber Whitley. Transformation: The Breakthrough, 1989.

Stross Charles. Generation Gap // Interzone. – 1989. – № 3.

Sturgeon Theodore. Godbody / Introduction by Robert A. Heinlein; Afterword by Stephen R. Donaldson. – NAL/Signet, 1989. – 205 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-451-16304-4.

Sturgeon Theodore. The Golden Helix. – Carroll & Graf, 1989. – 335 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-88184-450-0.

Sullivan Tim. The Parasite War, 1989.

Sunstein Emily. Mary Shelley: Romance and Reality. – Little, Brown, 1989. (Non-fiction).

Tales of the Witch World, No. 2 / Ed. by Andre Norton. – Tor, 1989. – (Witch World). (Fantasy).

Tallis Robyn. Planet Builders # 9: Giants of Elenna. – Ballantine, 1989.
Young adult sf novel, part of a series packaged by the Butterfield Press. The «author» is a group.

Tardat Claude. Sweet Death, 1989.

Tarr Judith. Alamut, 1989.

Tarr Judith. Ars Magica, 1989.

Taylor Roger. The Fall of Fyorlund, 1989.

Tennant Emma. Two Women of London. – Faber, 1989.
«A disturbing reworking of the Dr.Jekyll and Mr.Hyde story».

Tepper Sheri. The Enigma Scope, 1989.

Tepper Sheri. Grass. – Doubleday Foundation, 1989.

Thorner J. A Guide Through the Worlds of Robert A. Heinlein. – Gryphon Publications, 1989.
A discussion of Heinlein's work. (Non-fiction).

Tolkien J. The Treason of Isengard. – George Allen & Unwin Ltd., 1989. – (The History of The Lord of the Rings. 2). (Fantasy).


Tower of Birds / Translated by Holly Smith; Designed by Julia Gukova; Ред. рус. текста О.Пучков; Контр. ред. Е.Копыткин; Худож. Ю.Гукова; Худож. ред. Т.Вахлина. – Moscow: Raduga Publishers, 1989. – 400 pp. – (Adventure & Fantasy). 29.000 ex. ISBN 5-05-002478-1.


      P. 7-24: Kolupayev Viktor. The Piano-Tuner
      P. 24-43: Kolupaev Viktor. Inspiration
      P. 44-100: Larionova Olga. The Planet With Nothing to Offer
      P. 101-172: Abramov Alexander and Abramov Sergei. The Tale of the Abominable Snowman
      P. 173-197: Stern Boris. A Person Is... (An Essential Addition to Asimov's Three Laws)
      P. 198-210: Bulychev Kir. It Never Pays to Make a Sorcerer Mad!
      P. 211-222: Ksionzhek Vladislav. The Boy, the Old Man, and the Dog
      P. 223-245: Yakubovsky Askold. Mephisto
      P. 246-256: Kantor Vladimir. The Toy-Pistol
      P. 257-277: Pukhov Mikhail. Counter-Attack
      P. 278-292: Rybakov Vyacheslav. The Artist
      P. 293-315: Drugal Sergei. Every Tree Has Its Bird
      P. 316-398: Korabelnikov Oleg. Tower of Birds: A Novella

[Колупаев Виктор. Настройщик роялей; Вдохновение; Ларионова Ольга. Планета, которая ничего не может дать; Абрамов Александр, Абрамов Сергей. Повесть о снежном человеке; Штерн Борис. Спасать человека (Необходимое дополнение к трем законам Азимова); Булычев Кир. Берегись колдуна!; Ксионжек Владислав. Мальчик, Старик и Собака; Якубовский Аскольд. Мефисто; Кантор Владимир. Пугач; Пухов Михаил. Контратака; Рыбаков Вячеслав. Художник; Другаль Сергей. У каждого дерева своя птица; Корабельников Олег. Башня птиц]

Townsend John. The Fortunate Isles. – Lippincott, 1989.

Turk H. Black Body. – Villard, 1989.
Fantasy novel, the story of a young female witch in 18th-century England. (Fantasy).

Van Gores Alida. Mermaid's Song. – NAL Signet, 1989.
Fantasy novel set in a merpeople culture; a first novel. (Fantasy).

Van Scyoc Sydney. Featherstroke, 1989.

Vance Jack. Lyonesse III: Madouc. – Underwood/Miller, 1989. – (Lyonesse. 3).
World Fantasy Award (1990). (Fantasy).

Vansittart Peter. Parsifal. – Dufour/Peter Owen, 1989.
Literary Arthurian fantasy novel, actually derived from Wagner's opera. (Fantasy).

Vardeman Robert. Biowarriors: The Infinity Plague. – Ace, 1989. – (Biowarriors. 1).
Sf alien invasion novel.

Vollmann William. The Rainbow Stories. – Deutsch, 1989.
Very literary collection of thirteen stories with some fantasy content. (Fantasy).

Vornholt John. Masks, 1989. – (Star Trek).

Wagner Karl. Echoes of Valor II, 1989.

Wallace Ian. Megalomania, 1989. – (Croyd).

Watkins Graham. Dark Winds, 1989.

Watt-Evans Lawrence. The Nightmare People, 1989.

Watt-Evans Lawrence. Nightside City, 1989.

Weaver Michael. Bloodfang, 1989.

Weaver Michael. My Father Immortal. – St. Martin's, 1989.
Far-future postholocaust sf novel of pre-holocaust humans awakening to a world filled with mutations.

What Might Have Been? Volume I: Alternate Empires / Ed. by Martin Harry Greenberg, Gregory Benford. – Bantam Spectra, 1989.
Original anthology of 12 alternate history stories.


When Questions Are Asked / Cover art by Pyotr Karachentsov. – Moscow: Raduga Publishers, 1989. – 366 pp. – (Adventure & Fantasy). ISBN 5-05-002470-6.


      P. 7-28: Dnieprov Anatoly. When Questions Are Asked
      P. 29-101: Gor Gennady. The Boy
      P. 102-114: Zhuravlyova Valentina. The Pest
      P. 115-143: Shefner Vadim. Modest Genius
      P. 144-175: Parnov Yeremey, Yemtsev Mikhail. The Snowball
      P. 176-205: Kolupaev Victor. The Newsstand
      P. 206-225: Polishchuk Valery. Theorem 54
      P. 226-267: Mirer Aleksandr. The Obsidian Knife
      P. 268-306: Yarovoy Yuri. The Crystal House
      P. 307-366: Sviridov Timur. Operation Lifeboat

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Wilhelm Kate. Children of the Wind, 1989.

William Sidney. Azarius. – Zebra/Pinnacle, 1989.
Horror novel about a small town in the grip of evil. (Horror).

Williams Michael. Dragonlance: Weasel's Luck, 1989.

Williams Walter. Angel Station, 1989.

Williamson Chet. Dreamthorp, 1989.

Williamson Chet. The House of Fear. – Footsteps Press, 1989.
Original horror story, with illustrations by Douglas Klauba. (Horror).

Williamson Jack. Brother to Demons, Brother to God. – Bart Books, 1989.

Williamson Jack. But Not Warriors. – Lynx, 1989.

Williamson Jack. Darker Than You Think. – Macmillan, 1989.

Williamson Jack. Seetee Ship. – Bart Books, 1989.

Williamson Jack. Seetee Shock. – Bart Books, 1989.

Williamson Jack. Star Bridge. – Macmillan, 1989.

Williamson Jack, Pohl Frederik. Land's End. – TOR, 1989.

Willis Connie, Felice Cynthia. Light Raid, 1989.

Wilson David. The Coachman Rat. – Robinson, 1989.

Wilson F. Dydeetown World. – Easton Press, 1989. – (Signet First Editions of Science Fiction).
Hardboiled Private Eye/science fiction quasi-novel (made up of three connecting stories), with a color plate by Toni L. Taylor.

Wilson F. Soft and Other Stories, 1989.

Wilson Robert. Gypsies, 1989.

Winters Mick. Full Moon, 1989.

Wold Allen. The Crown of the Serpent, 1989.

Wolfe Gene. Soldier of Arete, 1989.

Wolverton Dave. On My Way to Paradise, 1989.

Wrede Patricia. Snow White and Rose Red, 1989. – (Fairy Tales. 1).

Wright T. The Place, 1989.

Wylie Jonathan. The Lightless Kingdom, 1989. – (Unbalanced Earth. 2).

Wylie Jonathan. The Unbalanced Earth, Book II: The Lightless Kingdom. – Corgi, 1989.

Wylie Jonathan. The Unbalanced Earth, Book III: The Age of Chaos. – Corgi, 1989.

Wyndham John. Stowaway to Mars. – Severn House, 1989.

Yolen Jane. The Faery Flag: Stories and Poems of Fantasy and the Supernatural. – Franklin Watts/Orchard, 1989.
Children's collection of nine stories and six poems.

Zahn Timothy. War Horse, 1989.

Zelazny Roger, Randall Neil. Visual Guide to Castle Amber, 1989. – (Amber).

Zenith / Ed. by David S. Garnett. – Sphere, 1989.
Original sf/fantasy anthology featuring some of the best of the current crop of British authors. The stories are of a consistently high calibre and this promises to be a series worth watching.

Zindell David. Neverness, 1989.


Zool M.H. Bloomsbury Good Reading Guide to Science Fiction and Fantasy / Designed by Malcolm Smythe. – London: Bloomsbury, 1989. – 160 pp. – (Bloomsbury Reference). (pb) ISBN 0-7475-0387-7.
First published 1989. Printer's key 1098765432 - 2 edition. £4.99; Canada $12.95.