SF & fantasy notes

May 1999
Publishers Weekly;5/24/1999, Vol. 246 Issue 21, p73
Trade Publication
Reports on developments related to science fiction and fantasy book trade as of May 24, 1999. Includes Overlook's release of the book `The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Fantasy,' edited by David Pringle; Release of the book `The SFWA Grand Masters: Volume I,' featuring works by recipients of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America's Grand Master awards.


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