Popular Contemporary Writers - Vol. 3

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INDEX
Page numbers in boldface type indicate article titles. Page numbers in italic type indicate illustrations.
Abduction (painting), 297
Adulthood Rites (Butler), 293, 296, 302
Against the Fall of Night (Clarke), 415, 418, 421–22, 424
Aguilar, Daniel, 371
Alias Grace (Atwood), 356
Allegory of a Bad Conscience (painting), 304
All the Days of My Life, No. 2 (painting), 409
Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay, The (Chabon), 335, 336, 338, 340, 341, 342–43, 345
Amos, Emma, 300, 310
Around Her (painting), 370
Aspire to the Heavens (Clark), 401, 410
August (artwork), 337
Ban, Magdolna, 411
Bang Bang (You're Not Dead) (artwork), 326
“Barbie-Q” (Cisneros), 375
Barbier, Charles, 368
Bassouls, Sophie, 322, 400, 405
Baxter, Stephen, 416, 417, 424
Black Sheep II (artwork), 368
“Bloodchild” (Butler), 295, 302
Book of Morman, 295, 302
Boundless (painting), 298
Bright Winds Arc Blowing Our Banner (painting), 394
Brothers and Sisters (Campbell), 309, 310, 311, 313, 315–17
Buhler, Michael, 297, 301
Burgess, Bob, 386
Butler, Octavia, 293–306 Call of Earth, The (Card), 329, 331
Campbell, Bebe Moore, 307–20
Caramelo (Cisneros), 364, 366, 368, 369, 375, 379–80
Card, Orson Scott, 321–34
Cardinal of the Kremlin, The (Clancy), 390, 392, 396–97
Casas, Mel, 372
Chabon, Michael, 335–48
Chagall, Marc, 370
Chevalier, Tracy, 349–62
Childhood—Scene with Books and Luminous Photo (painting), 365
Childhood's End (Clarke), 418, 424, 428–30
Children of the Mind (Card), 328, 331
Cisneros, Sandra, 363–80
City and the Stars, The (Clarke), 418, 424
Clancy, Tom, 381–98
Clark, Carol Higgins, 403
Clark, Mary Higgins, 399–412
Clarke, Arthur С., 413–30
Clay's Ark (Butler), 293, 296, 302, 304–5
Clear and Present Danger (Clancy), 388, 389, 392, 393, 397, 398
Clear and Present Danger (film), 383, 388
Climent, Elena, 365, 369, 376
Colley, Don, 346
Cradle (Clarke and Lee), 417, 424
Crampton, Nancy, 364, 374
Cry in the Night, A (Clark), 410–11
Crystal City, The (Card), 323, 331, 332, 333
Culture Shock (painting), 378
Daddy's Little Girl (Clark), 410, 412
Dawn (Butler), 293, 295, 296, 301–2
Debt of Honor (Clancy), 384, 388, 390, 392, 393
Drewa, Barbara Dixon, 355
Earthborn (Card), 329–30, 331
Earthfall (Card), 329, 331
Earthlight (Clarke), 418, 424, 427
Earthseed (Parable) books (Butler), 293, 296, 299, 302, 303
“Eleven” (Cisneros), 36.5, 375
Elliott, Sally, 303, 42 J
Ender series (Card), 324, 328, 331
Ender's Game (Card), 321, 322, 323, 324, 326–28, 331
“Ender's Game” (Card), 322, 323, 326, 327, 331, 333
Ender's Shadow (Card), 326, 327, 328, 331
Equals (painting), 300
Exploration of Space. The (Clarke), 414–15, 416, 418, 424
“Eyes of Zapata” (Cisneros), 370, 377–78
Falling Angels (Chevalier), 351, 353, 356, 359, 361
Final Solution, The (Chabon), 338, 345, 347–48
Folk of the Fringe, The (Card), 323, 331, 333
“Fountain City” (Chabon), 337, 339, 341, 343
Fountains of Paradise, The (Clarke), 416, '417, 418, 424
Fromanger, Gerard, 305
From Here I Saw What Happened and I Cried (artwork), 296
Galambos, Tamas, 394
Galax ν in Cloud (painting), 421
Garden of Rama, The (Clarke and Lee), 417, 419, 424
Gay, Eric, 367
Girl with a Pearl Earring (Chevalier), 349, 351, 353, 354, 355–56, 357–58, 359, 360
Girl with a Pearl Earring (film), 351, 352, 353, 354, 357, 358
Girl with a Pearl Earring (painting), 351, 355, 356, 358
Given My All (painting), 411
Heartfire (Card), 331, 332
Homecoming series (Card), 324, 328–30, 331
House on Mango Street, The (Cisneros), 366, 368, 372–73, 374, 375
Hughes, Lenore, 426
Humanscape 68 (Kitchen Spanish) (painting), 372
Hunter, Alexis, 378
Hunt for Red October, The (Clancy), 383–84, 386, 387, 389, 391–93, 395
Hunt for Red October, The (film), 383, 384, 387, 391
Imago (Butler), 293, 296, 302
I'm Back (painting), 355
Imperial Earth (Clarke), 416, 417, 418, 419, 424
James, Laura, 312
Jess (artist), 339
Johan, Simen, 408
Kamberos, Jeffrey, 324
Katchor, Ben, 338, 345
Kindred (Butler), 293, 295, 296, 297, 299, 300–301, 302
Kiss the Sky (artwork), 324
Kitchen with View of Viaduct (painting), 369

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Table of contents

  • Title Page 289
  • Contents 291
  • Octavia Butler 293
  • Bebe Moore Campbell 307
  • Orson Scott Card 321
  • Michael Chabon 335
  • Tracy Chevalier 349
  • Sandra Cisneros 363
  • Tom Clancy 381
  • Mary Higgins Clark 399
  • Arthue C. Clarke 413
  • Index 431
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