Библиография фантастики: 1992

Abbey Lynn. The Temper of Wisdom / Cover by Janny Wurts. – Warner Questar, 1992. – 296 pp. – (Ultima Saga. 2). (pb) ISBN 0-446-36226-3.
Novelization based on the «Ultima Saga» game.

Abbey Lynn, Asprin Robert. Catwoman TM. – Warner, 1992.
Associational «Batman» novelization.

Abbott Donald. How the Wizard Came to Oz / Cover by Donald Abbott. – Books of Wonder, 1992. – 109 pp. (tp) ISBN 0-929605-15-2.
Children's fantasy novel, a prequel to The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, with illustrations by the author in the style of W.W.Denslow.

Abbott Edwin. Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions / Cover by Paul E. Kennedy. – Dover, 1992. – 83 pp. (tp) ISBN 0-486-27263-X.

Adair James. Deepcore 2: Boomer Down. – Berkley, 1992. – 247 pp. – (Deepcore. 2). (pb) ISBN 0-425-13180-7.
Sf technothriller of an undersea weapons facility out to stop a Third World dictator from getting his hands on a crippled British sub, second book of a series.

Adams Douglas. The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy: A Trilogy in Four Parts / Cover by Peter Mennim. – Heinemann, 1992. – 590 pp. – (Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy). (hc) ISBN 0-434-00920-2.

Adams Douglas. The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy: A Trilogy in Four Parts / Cover by Peter Mennim. – Pan, 1992. – 590 pp. – (Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy). (tp) ISBN 0-330-31611-7.

Adams Douglas. Mostly Harmless. – Heinemann, 1992. – 219 pp. – (Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy. 5). (hc) ISBN 0-434-00926-1.

Adams Douglas. Mostly Harmless / Cover by Peter Cross. – Crown, 1992. – 277 pp. – (Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy. 5). (hc) ISBN 0-517-57740-2.

Addams Charles. The World of Charles Addams / Introduction by Wilfrid Sheed. – Hamish Hamilton, 1992. – 305 pp. (hc) ISBN 0-241-13084-0.
Wonderful collection of art from the master of the ghoulish cartoon.

Adler C. Ghost Brother. – Avon Camelot, 1992. – 135 pp. (tp) ISBN 0-380-71386-1.

Agins Phyllis. Suisan / Cover by Gary Ruddell. – Baen, 1992. – 241 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-671-72112-7.
Fairy tale fantasy, a retelling of «Snow White and the Seven Dwarves». A first novel.

Ahern Jerry. The Survivalist: The Legend. – NEL, 1992. – 383 pp. – (Survivalist). (pb) ISBN 0-450-57101-7.

Ahern Jerry. The Survivalist # 23: Call to Battle. – Zebra, 1992. – 253 pp. – (Survivalist. 23). (pb) ISBN 0-8217-3698-1.

Ahern Jerry. The Survivalist # 24: Blood Assassins. – Zebra, 1992. – 384 pp. – (Survivalist. 24). (pb) ISBN 0-8217-3909-3.

Aiken Joan. Black Hearst in Battersea / Cover by Mark Robertson; Illustrated by Pat Marriott. – Red Fox, 1992. – 251 pp. – (James III. 2). (pb) ISBN 0-09-988860-2.

Aiken Joan. The Cuckoo Tree / Cover by Mark Robertson; Illustrated by Pat Marriott. – Red Fox, 1992. – 303 pp. – (James III. 5). (pb) ISBN 0-09-988870-X.

Aiken Joan. Dido and Pa / Illustrated by Pat Marriott. – Red Fox, 1992. – 314 pp. – (James III. 6). (pb) ISBN 0-09-988850-5.

Aiken Joan. A Fit of Shivers / Cover by Alan Fraser. – Penguin, 1992. – 140 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-14-034949-9.

Aiken Joan. A Fit of Shivers: Tales for Late and Night / Cover by Linda Benson. – Delacorte, 1992. – 147 pp. (hc) ISBN 0-385-30691-1.

Aiken Joan. Is / Cover by Pat Marriott; Illustrated by Pat Marriott. – Jonathan Cape, 1992. – 221 pp. – (James III. 7). (hc) ISBN 0-224-03296-8.
Young-adult fantasy novel.

Aiken Joan. The Shadow Guests / Cover by Mark Robertson. – Red Fox, 1992. – 192 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-09-988820-3.

Aiken Joan. The Whispering Mountain / Cover by Mark Robertson. – Red Fox, 1992. – 298 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-09-988830-0.

Aiken Joan. The Wolves of Willoughby Chase / Cover by Mark Robertson. – Red Fox, 1992. – 192 pp. – (James III. 1). (pb) ISBN 0-09-997250-6.

Aiken Joan, Pienkowski Jan. A Foot in the Grave / Cover by Jan Pienkowski. – Viking, 1992. – 128 pp. (hc) ISBN 0-670-84169-2.

Albano Peter. Ordeal of the Seventh Carrier. – Zebra, 1992. – 384 pp. – (Seventh Carrier. 5). (pb) ISBN 0-8217-3932-8.
Sf/military adventure novel, fifth book of a future war series featuring a WWII Japanese supercarrier thawed out of Arctic ice.

Albano Peter. Revenge of the Seventh Carrier. – Zebra, 1992. – 384 pp. – (Seventh Carrier. 4). (pb) ISBN 0-8217-3631-0.
Sf/military adventure novel of a battle against a Libyan madman and his army of thugs, fourth book of a post-holocaust series featuring a WWII Japanese supercarrier thawed out of Arctic ice.

Alcala Kathleen. Mrs. Vargas and the Dead Naturalist / Preface by Kathleen J. Alcala; Cover by Alfredo Arreguin. – Calyx Books, 1992. – 170 pp. (tp) ISBN 0-934971-25-0.
Collection of 14 fantasy/magic realism stories, six apparently original.

Alcock Vivien. Singer to the Sea God. – Methuen, 1992.
Young-adult fantasy novel of a boy in ancient Greece on a quest to free his friend, turned to stone by the gaze of Medusa.

Alcott Louisa. Louisa May Alcott's Fairy Tales and Fantasy Stories. – University of Tennessee Press, 1992. (pb) ISBN 0-87049-758-8.

Alcott Louisa. Louisa May Alcott's Fairy Tales and Fantasy Stories / Ed. by Daniel Shealy; Introduction by Daniel Shealy. – University of Tennessee Press, 1992. – 392 pp. (hc) ISBN 0-87049-752-9.
Collection of 39 stories.

Alderman Gill. The Land Beyond / Cover by Peter Goodfellow. – Grafton, 1992. – 306 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-586-21368-6.

Aldiss Brian. Dracula Unbound / Cover by Chris Foss. – Grafton, 1992. – 247 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-586-21193-4.

Aldiss Brian. Dracula Unbound / Cover by Herman Estevez. – Harper Paperbacks, 1992. – 275 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-06-109946-5.

Aldiss Brian. Helliconia Spring / Cover by Neal McPheeters. – Macmillan Collier Nucleus, 1992. – 361 pp. – (Helliconia. 1). (tp) ISBN 0-02-016090-9.

Aldiss Brian. Helliconia Summer / Cover by Neal McPheeters. – Macmillan/Collier Nucleus, 1992. – 398 pp. – (Helliconia. 2). (tp) ISBN 0-02-016091-7.

Aldiss Brian. Home Life With Cats / Introduction by Desmond Morris; Cover by Karin Van Heerden; Illustrated by Karin Van Heerden. – HarperCollins, 1992. – 64 pp. (hc) ISBN 0-586-21428-3.
Associational collection of 34 poems about cats.

Aldiss Brian. Kindred Blood in Kensington Gore. – Avernus, 1992. – 25 pp. 200 copies. (pb).
Playlet featuring an imaginary conversation with Philip K. Dick in the afterlife, first performed at the «Philip K. Dick Celebration» in October 1991, together with an introduction by the author.

Aldiss Margaret. The Work of Brian W. Aldiss: An Annotated Bibliography & Guide / Annotated by Brian W. Aldiss; Preface by Margaret Aldiss; Introduction by David Wingrove. – Borgo Press, 1992. – 359 pp. (tp) ISBN 0-89370-388-5.
Non-fiction; reference. A semi-annotated (by Brian Aldiss) bibliography of Aldiss' fiction and non-fiction. There is an autobiographical afterword and numerous photos.

Aldiss Margaret. The Work of Brian W. Aldiss: An Annotated Bibliography & Guide / Annotated by Brian W. Aldiss; Preface by Margaret Aldiss; Introduction by David Wingrove. – Borgo Press, 1992. – 359 pp. (hc) ISBN 0-89370-388-5.
Non-fiction; reference. A semi-annotated (by Brian Aldiss) bibliography of Aldiss' fiction and non-fiction. There is an autobiographical afterword and numerous photos.

Aldridge Alan, Boyett Steven. The Gnole / Cover by Alan Aldridge; Illustrated by Maxine Miller, Harry Willock. – Mandarin, 1992. – 467 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-7493-1354-4.
Ecological fantasy novel.

Aldridge Ray. The Emancipator, Book II: The Emperor of Everything / Cover by Paul Youll. – Bantam Spectra, 1992. – 278 pp. – (The Emancipator. 2). (pb) ISBN 0-553-29491-1.
SF novel, second book of a series set on a planet used by an interstellar corporation as a breeding ground for slave labor.

Aldridge Ray. The Emancipator, Book III: The Orpheus Machine / Cover by Paul Youll. – Bantam Spectra, 1992. – 335 pp. – (The Emancipator. 3). (pb) ISBN 0-553-29119-X.
SF novel, third book of a series set on a planet used by an interstellar corporation as a breeding ground for slave labor.

Alexander Lloyd. The Cat Who Wished to Be a Man. – Dell Yearling, 1992. – 107 pp. (tp) ISBN 0-440-40580-7.

Alexander Lloyd. The Philadelphia Adventure / Cover by Michael Conway. – Dell Yearling, 1992. – 150 pp. – (Vesper Holly. 5). (tp) ISBN 0-440-40605-6.

Alexander Marc. Enchantment's End / Cover by Stephen Bradbury. – Headline, 1992. – 434 pp. – (Wells of Ythan. 4). (pb) ISBN 0-7472-3834-0.
Fantasy novel.

Alexis Athena. Along Came a Spider / Cover by Ken Leeder. – Piatkus, 1992. – 322 pp. (hc) ISBN 0-7499-0119-5.

Alexis Katina. Souls / Cover by Lisa Falkenstern. – Pocket, 1992. – 300 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-671-67626-1.
Horror novel of a woman menaced by someone determined to steal her soul.

All Hallows' Eve: Tales of Love and the Supernatural / Ed. by Mary Elizabeth Allen. – Walker, 1992. – 247 pp. (hc) ISBN 0-8027-1252-5.
Original anthology of 16 romantic ghost stories, mostly Regencies.

Allcock Phil. The Fading Realm / Cover by Vic Mitchell. – Phoenix, 1992. – 279 pp. – (Stories of the Realm. 3). (pb) ISBN 0-85476-318-X.
Young-adult fantasy novel.

Allen Roger. The Modular Man / Cover by Bruce Jensen; Essay by Isaac Asimov. – Bantam Spectra, 1992. – 306 pp. – (The Next Wave. 4). (pb) ISBN 0-553-29559-4.
SF novel exploring the possibilities of machine intelligence.

Allen Roger. The Modular Man / Cover by Bruce Jensen; Essay by Isaac Asimov. – SFBC, 1992. – 306 pp. – (The Next Wave. 4). (hc).
SF novel exploring the possibilities of machine intelligence.
SFBC # 02278.

Allen Sheila. The Reluctant Ghost. – Diamond, 1992. – 193 pp. – (Lovers of Steadford Abbey. 1). (pb) ISBN 1-55773-803-3.

Amis Martin. Time's Arrow. – Penguin, 1992. – 176 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-14-016779-X.

Amis Martin. Time's Arrow / Cover by Chip Kidd. – BOMC, 1992. – 160 pp. (hc).

Amis Martin. Time's Arrow / Cover by Drew Roth. – Random House/Vintage, 1992. – 165 pp. (tp) ISBN 0-679-73572-0.

Anders Agnetha. The Last Days of the Pleasurehouse. – Nexus, 1992. – 241 pp. – (Pleasurehouse. 2). (pb) ISBN 0-352-32818-5.
Erotica set in 2031.

Anderson Blaine. Heartspell / Cover by Gregg Gulbronson. – Warner, 1992. – 339 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-446-36199-2.
Fantasy romance about a healer and spell-giver who finds love with an enemy warrior in ancient Ireland.

Anthony Piers. Fractal Mode. – Ace, 1992. – (Mode. 2).

Brooks Terry. The Elf Queen of Shannara, 1992. – (Heritage of Shannara. 3).

Card Orrin. Enemy to the Left: Comic Strip // Fang. – 1992. – № 1.

Card Orson. The Memory of Earth. – TOR, 1992. – (Homecoming. 1).

The Changed Man / Afterword by Orson Scott Card. – Tor, 1992.

Cruel Miracles / Afterword by Orson Scott Card. – Tor, 1992.

Duncan Dave. Emperor and Clown. – Del Rey, 1992.

     

Fiction 2000: Cyberpunk and the Future of Narrative / Edited by George Slusser and Tom Shippey; Computer illustration by Lanny Webb; Designed by Mary Mendell. – Athens and London: The University of Georgia Press, 1992. – 294 pp. (hc) ISBN 0-8203-1425-0.

    Contents:

      P. 1-14: Slusser George. Introduction: Fiction as Information

      Part 1. The Movement: Forward or Backward&

        P. 17-25: Shiner Lewis. Inside the Movement: Past, Present, and Future
        P. 26-45: Csicsery-Ronay, Jr. Istvan. Futuristic Flu, or, The Revenge of the Future
        P. 46-71: Slusser George. The Frankenstein Barrier

      Part 2. The Question of Tradition: Cyberpunk and Science Fiction

        P. 75-87: Alkon Paul. Deus ex Machina in William Gibson's Cyberpunk Trilogy
        P. 88-108: Westfahl Gary. “The Gernsback Continuum”: William Gibson in the Context of Science Fiction
        P. 109-129: McGuirk Carol. The “New” Romancers: Science Fiction Innovators from Gernsback to Gibson

      Part 3. The Question of Newness: Cyberpunk and Postmodernism

        P. 133-141: Huntington John. Newness, Neuromancer, and the End of Narrative
        P. 142-152: Olsen Lance. Cyberpunk and the Crisis of Postmodernity
        P. 153-167: Landon Brooks. Not What It Used to Be: The Overloading of Memory in Digital Narrative

      Part 4. The Question of Generic Identity: The Cyberpunk “Canon”

        P. 171-182: Christie John. Of AIs and Others: William Gibson's Transit
        P. 183-190: Donahoo Robert, Etheridge Chuck. Lewis Shiner and the “Good” Anarchist
        P. 191-207: Bonner Frances. Separate Development: Cyberpunk in Film and TV
        P. 208-220: Shippey Tom. Semiotic Ghosts and Ghostliness in the Work of Bruce Sterling

      Part 5. The New Metaphoricity: The Future of Fiction

        P. 223-229: Benford Gregory. Science Fiction, Rhetoric, and Realities: Words to the Critic
        P. 230-245: Curl Ruth. The Metaphors of Cyberpunk: Ontology, Epistemology, and Science Fiction
        P. 246-261: Porush David. Frothing the Synaptic Bath: What Puts the Punk in Cyberpunk?
        P. 262-278: Rabkin Eric S. Undecidability and Oxymoronism
        P. 279-292: Frongia Terri, Allison Alida. “We're on the Eve of 2000”: Writers and Critics Speak Out on of Narrative: Greg Bear, Lewis Shiner, Geoff Ryman, George Slusser, Istvan Csicsery-Ronay, Paul Brazier

      P. 293-294: Contributors
      P. 295-303: Index

     

Fiction 2000: Cyberpunk and the Future of Narrative / Edited by George Slusser and Tom Shippey; Computer illustration by Lanny Webb; Designed by Mary Mendell. – Athens and London: The University of Georgia Press, 1992. – 294 pp. (tp) ISBN 0-8203-1449-8.

    Contents:

      P. 1-14: Slusser George. Introduction: Fiction as Information

      Part 1. The Movement: Forward or Backward&

        P. 17-25: Shiner Lewis. Inside the Movement: Past, Present, and Future
        P. 26-45: Csicsery-Ronay, Jr. Istvan. Futuristic Flu, or, The Revenge of the Future
        P. 46-71: Slusser George. The Frankenstein Barrier

      Part 2. The Question of Tradition: Cyberpunk and Science Fiction

        P. 75-87: Alkon Paul. Deus ex Machina in William Gibson's Cyberpunk Trilogy
        P. 88-108: Westfahl Gary. “The Gernsback Continuum”: William Gibson in the Context of Science Fiction
        P. 109-129: McGuirk Carol. The “New” Romancers: Science Fiction Innovators from Gernsback to Gibson

      Part 3. The Question of Newness: Cyberpunk and Postmodernism

        P. 133-141: Huntington John. Newness, Neuromancer, and the End of Narrative
        P. 142-152: Olsen Lance. Cyberpunk and the Crisis of Postmodernity
        P. 153-167: Landon Brooks. Not What It Used to Be: The Overloading of Memory in Digital Narrative

      Part 4. The Question of Generic Identity: The Cyberpunk “Canon”

        P. 171-182: Christie John. Of AIs and Others: William Gibson's Transit
        P. 183-190: Donahoo Robert, Etheridge Chuck. Lewis Shiner and the “Good” Anarchist
        P. 191-207: Bonner Frances. Separate Development: Cyberpunk in Film and TV
        P. 208-220: Shippey Tom. Semiotic Ghosts and Ghostliness in the Work of Bruce Sterling

      Part 5. The New Metaphoricity: The Future of Fiction

        P. 223-229: Benford Gregory. Science Fiction, Rhetoric, and Realities: Words to the Critic
        P. 230-245: Curl Ruth. The Metaphors of Cyberpunk: Ontology, Epistemology, and Science Fiction
        P. 246-261: Porush David. Frothing the Synaptic Bath: What Puts the Punk in Cyberpunk?
        P. 262-278: Rabkin Eric S. Undecidability and Oxymoronism
        P. 279-292: Frongia Terri, Allison Alida. “We're on the Eve of 2000”: Writers and Critics Speak Out on of Narrative: Greg Bear, Lewis Shiner, Geoff Ryman, George Slusser, Istvan Csicsery-Ronay, Paul Brazier

      P. 293-294: Contributors
      P. 295-303: Index

Flux / Afterword by Orson Scott Card. – Tor, 1992.

Geier Manfred. Stanislaw Lem's Fantastic Ocean: Toward a Semantic Interpretation of Solaris / Translated by Edith Welliver; Edited by ICR // Science-Fiction Studies (Montreal). – 1992. – Vol. 19, Part 2, # 57 (July). – P. 329-344.

Grant Richard. Through the Heart. – Bantam Spectra, 1992.

Green Simon. Blood and Honour. – Gollancz, 1992.

Herbert James. Portent. – Hodder & Stoughton, 1992.

Herbert James. Stills. – Twin Palms Publications, 1992. (Photo).

Inside the Funhouse / Ed. by Mike Resnick. – AvoNova, 1992.

McHugh Maureen. China Mountain Zhang, 1992.

Pope Elizabeth. The Sherwood Ring / Cover by Tom Stimpson; Illustrated by Evaline Ness. – Penguin/Puffin, 1992. – 266 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-14-034911-1.
Young-adult fantasy novel about a girl who encounters the ghosts of her Revolutionary War ancestors.

Porath Ellen. DragonLance: Steel and Stone / Cover by Clyde Caldwell. – TSR, 1992. – 311 pp. – (The Meetings Sextet. 5). – (Dragon Lance). (tp) ISBN 1-56076-339-6.
Fantasy novelization based on the «DragonLance» game.

Porta Antonio. The King of the Storeroom / Translated from the Italian by Lawrence R. Smith; Cover by Jean Charlier Gerson. – Wesleyan University Press, 1992. – 149 pp. (hc) ISBN 0-8195-5247-X.
Post-apocalypse sf novel of a survivor's efforts to preserve knowledge in the face of barbarism and chaos.

Spectra Special Editions / Ed. by Anonymous. – Bantam, 1992.

Strange Tales From the Strand / Ed. by Jack Adrian; Cover by Mick Brownfield. – Oxford University Press, 1992. – 373 pp. (tp) ISBN 0-19-282997-1.

Strieber Whitley. Unhole Fire. – Dutton, 1992. – 327 pp. (hc) ISBN 0-525-93415-4.
Horror novel of a priest suspected of the murder of a young woman in his church who is forced to confront the demon responsible.

Strieber Whitley. Unhole Fire. – Macdonald, 1992. – 375 pp. (hc) ISBN 0-356-20333-6.
Horror novel about demonic possession.

Strieber Whitley. The Wild. – Futura Overseas, 1992. – 315 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-7088-4969-5.

Strieber Whitley. The Wild. – Warner, 1992. – 315 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-7088-4969-5.

Strieber Whitley. The Wolfen / Cover by Melvyn Grant. – Coronet, 1992. – 275 pp. (pb) ISBN 0-340-24167-5.

Strock Ian. Probability Zero: Fermat's Legacy // Analog. – 1992. – Sep.

Stross Charles. The Midlist Bombers: [Short Story] // Far Point. – 1992. – № 3.

Strumfels David. Eat, Drink, and Be Merry...: [Short Story] // Analog. – 1992. – Sep.

Strumfels David. Never Forget: [Short Story] // Analog. – 1992. – Feb.

Strumfels David. Road to Hell // Analog. – 1992. – Dec.

Stuart Kiel. Black Gothic: [Short Story] // Aberations. – 1992. – № 4.

Swirski Peter. Playing a Game of Ontology: A Postmodern Reading of The Futurological Congress // Extrapolation (Kent). – 1992. – Vol. 33, No. 1 (Spring). – P. 32-41.

Tolkien J. The War of the Ring. – George Allen & Unwin Ltd., 1992. – (The History of The Lord of the Rings. 4).

The Ultimate Dinosaur / Ed. by Byron Preiss, Robert Silverberg. – Bantam Spectra, 1992.
Locus-92-12-13.

Universe 2 / Ed. by Robert Silverberg, Karen Haber. – Bantam, 1992.

Volsky Paula. Illusion. – Bantam, 1992.

Weird Vampire Tales / Ed. by Robert E. Weinberg, Stefan R. Dziemianowicz, Martin Harry Greenberg. – Gramercy, 1992.

Zahn Timothy. Star Wars: Heir to the Empire. – Bantam, 1992.