Locus July 2021 (#726)

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The July 2021 issue of Locus has interviews with Christopher Brown and Cassandra Khaw. Winners of the 2021 Locus Awards, 2020 Nebula Awards, and 2020 Bram Stoker Awards are announced. The SFWA Nebula Conference and StokerCon are covered with full reports and photos. Additional coverage includes Pulitzer and Carnegie Medal news, changes at Fireside and Strange Horizons, the Bloomsbury acquisition of Head of Zeus, SFSFC’s lawsuit settlement, the planned Afrofuturism Festival at Carnegie Hall, the Lambda Awards winners, new Fiyah grants, the Locus Poll 2021 writeup, and much more. There is a photo story on the “Enchanted: A History of Fantasy Illustration” exhibit at the Norman Rockwell Museum. Cory Doctorow’s column is entitled “Tech Monopolies and the Insufficient Necessity of Interoperability”. Bookseller Bob Brown is remembered with an obituary and appreciation.

Reviews cover new titles by M. Rickert, Matt Bell, Claire North, Lois McMaster Bujold, Cat Rambo, Ada Hoffman, Jeffrey Ford, Joe R. Lansdale, V. Castro, Marjorie Liu, Nicole Kornher-Stace, Nina Allan, Grady Hendrix, Julia von Lucadou, Mohamed Kheir, Shelley Parker-Chan, H.E. Edgmon, Shaun David Hutchinson, Brittany Cavallaro, Ellie Cypher, Patricia Briggs, MaryJanice Davidson, Kim Harrison, Seanan McGuire, Sarah Prineas, Michelle Sagara, M Verant, F. Brett Cox, and others.

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