Authors – B

Author Vol.:No. YYYY:MM Page Title/Section Section/Description
Babbitt, Bruce 11:12 1989:09 6 First Word The World Economy and the Environment
Bagne, Paul 11:01 1988:10 34 Mind Heart Sickness
11:10 1989:07 60 Interview Meteorologist Verner Suomi
12:10 1990:07 62 Interview Astronomer Sandra Faber helped shoot down established theories. Now she’ll be sharing 300 hours’ viewing time on the Hubble telescope. Can she confirm her theories on the origin and substance of the universe?
14:10 1992:07 65 Interview Physicist Christopher McKay wants to use the greenhouse effect to make Mars more habitable.
16:04 1994:01 73 Interview Red Whittaker. Breeding robots
17:02 1994:11 77 Interview Brian Michael Jenkins. Thwarting terrorism
6:12 1984:09 56 After the China Syndrome Article
7:07 1985:04 76 Hypno Odyssey Article
8:03 1985:12 26 Mind Behavior
8:07 1986:04 26 Mind Behavior
8:11 1986:08 66 Chuck Yeager Interview
9:01 1986:10 11 Souls on Ice Cryogenics
9:01 1986:10 22 Space Nuclear Reactors
9:05 1987:02 18 Space Clamping Down on Shared Technology
Bailey, F. Lee 9:07 1987:04 4 First Word Future Law
Bak, Samuel Best of Omni 1 1980 34 Body Game Illustration
Baker, Randall 16:06 1994:03 4 First Word Writing off Africa
Baker, Scott 6:03 1983:12 130 The Lurking Duck Novelette
Baker, Sherry 11:01 1988:10 20 Forum Psychic Experiment Results
11:02 1988:11 26 Body Traumatic Birth and Suicide
12:03 1989:12 28 Explorations There’s an uprising in the South, but this time it’s the dead. Our reporter explored the ghoulish claims – because inquiring minds want to know.
12:04 1990:01 26 Body Video technology has hit the operating room, but it’s being used inside the body to aid women and surgeons.
6:06 1984:03 68 Human Hibernation Article
7:06 1985:03 84 A Great Medical Mystery Article
7:11 1985:08 20 Earth Environment
8:02 1985:11 24 Body Health
8:11 1986:08 42 A Plague Called Violence Crime and Medicine
Balfour, Brad 3:12 1981:09 32 Photography The Arts
Ballad, Richard 3:09 1981:06 154 Last Word Humor
Ballard, J. G. 13:05 1991:02 58 Dream Cargoes Fiction: After the world abandons the Prospero, the ship runs aground off a garbage island where its toxic contents have a strange and wondrous effect on the ecology.
Barber, Ben 13:08 1991:05 50 Alternative Sources: A Status Report (Authors) look at the rivals of oil. Solar and nuclear power are still in the running, but they are getting some stiff competition from cow manure and the earth’s steamy interior.
14:04 1992:01 25 Earth Third World recycling
5:08 1983:05 18 Life Biomedicine
5:11 1983:08 18 Earth Environment
6:10 1984:07 18 Earth Environment
Barker, Clive 8:08 1986:05 54 The Book of Blood Fiction
9:06 1987:03 48 Babel’s Children Fiction
Barnard, Dr. Christiaan 8:06 1986:03 6 First Word Opinion
Barnes-Svarney, Patricia 13:10 1991:07 20 Books The profits from Project Solar Sail will help send solar sails to the moon.
16:01 1993:10 28 Stars Southern exposure: Astronomers take their telescopes to the hot spot of research?the South Pole.
Barrett, Mary Ellin 9:02 1986:11 28 Explorations City of Tomorrow
Barrett, Sondra 7:05 1985:02 116 Wine Spirits Phenomena
Barron, Frank 11:07 1989:04 112 The Birth of A Notion Exercises to Tap Your Creative Potential
Bartholomew, Anita 17:03 1994:12 16 Medicine Biofeedback is back
17:04 1995:01 29 Law When computers copy style
17:06 1995:03 29 Law When computers copy style
Bartusiak, Marcia 5:03 1982:12 106 8lack Holes and Hyperspace Article
5:06 1983:03 68 Solar Seekers Pictorial
5:12 1983:09 176 Stars Astronomy
6:09 1984:06 36 Stars Astronomy
7:02 1984:11 140 Stars Astronomy
8:05 1986:02 26 Stars Astronomy
8:10 1986:07 16 Stars Astronomy
9:02 1986:11 26 Stars Mark of the Quark
9:08 1987:05 22 Stars Shifting Galaxies
Bartusiak, Marcia F 4:12 1982:09 14 50 Million Years Hence Earth
4:12 1982:09 142 Stars Astronomy
Baskin, Yvonne 4:06 1982:03 52 Spare Genes: Tampering with Human Embryos? Article
5:01 1982:10 18 Earth Environment
5:11 1983:08 68 Roger Sperry Interview
6:02 1983:11 90 Soul Genetics Article
8:03 1985:12 90 Birthtech: the Ideal Sperm Donor Article
Bass, Thomas 11:03 1988:12 102 Interview AIDS Expert Luc Montagnier
12:04 1990:01 58 Interview What’s the purpose of life? Zoologist Richard Dawkins says it’s to allow our selfish genes to reproduce while merely using our bodies as disposable vessels.
13:03 1990:12 74 Interview Farouk el-Baz usually explores upward into outer space. Now he’s reaching into Egypt’s pyramids and other archaeological sites and divining the future of the planet based on its past.
13:12 1991:09 74 Interview RU 486 has realized biochemist Etienne-Emile Baulieu’s dream of creating an “abortion pill,” but dealing with the resulting political furor has proved a nightmare.
14:04 1992:01 85 Interview Chaos explained
14:05 1992:02 71 Interview Nigerian psychiatrist Thomas Lambo and mental illness in Africa.
15:09 1993:07 68 Interview Mary-Claire King
16:03 1993:12 77 Interview Bert Sakmann
17:09 1995:winter 86 Interview: Whitfield Diffie
Bass, Thomas A. 5:11 1983:08 20 Life Biomedicine
Bateson, Gregory 1:09 1979:06 54 Mind and Nature Article
Bateson, Mary Catherine 14:07 1992:04 8 First Word Choosing death
Bay, Timothy 1:02 1978:11 64 Short-lived Phenomena Article
2:11 1980:08 44 Airwave Apostles Article
4:12 1982:09 30 Conservation The Arts
Bean, Alan 6:10 1984:07 58 Memory of the Moon Pictorial
Bear, Greg 4:05 1982:02 48 Petra Fiction
8:04 1986:01 40 Tangents Fiction
9:09 1987:06 54 The Visitation Fiction
9:09 1987:06 54 The Visitation and Other Divine Encounters Fiction: Eight Religious Tales
Beatty, J. Kelly 11:03 1988:12 28 Stars Neptune’s Mysterious Moon
11:06 1989:03 24 Stars Supernovas and the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence
Beck, Jim 3:12 1981:09 142 Hermit Crab Phenomena
Becker, Judith 5:10 1983:07 30 Brain-controlled Computers Artificial Intelligence
Begley Jr., Ed 13:08 1991:05 22 Earth The powerful conversion of an actor who practices the energy conservation he preaches.
Bell, James 2:12 1980:09 124 Liquid Crystal Phenomena
Bell, Judith 14:11 1992:08 22 Arts High-voltage paintings
15:10 1993:08 18 Arts Deconstructing Mark Tansey
Bell, Trudy E. 1:08 1979:05 115 Explorations Travel
1:09 1979:06 58 Eyes on the Universe Pictorial
3:05 1981:02 so Space Activism Article
Benford, Gregory 11:02 1988:11 74 Interview Alan Guth, Cosmological Physicist
12:02 1989:11 54 Leviathan Fiction: Visiting with mom is often unpleasant, especially aboard a spacecraft.
17:08 1995:fall 4 First Word A UFO foundation: working together to find answers
1:03 1978:12 84 Hiss of Dragon Fiction
1:08 1979:05 50 Dark Sanctuary Fiction
2:12 1980:09 123 Stars Astronomy
3:12 1981:09 52 Beyond the Neutron Bomb Article
4:12 1982:09 6 First Word Opinion
7:07 1985:04 70 Immortal Night Fiction
Best of Omni 3 1982 42 A Hiss of Dragon Fiction
Best of Omni 4 1982 24 Dark Sanctuary Fiction
Best of Omni 5 1983 84 The Touch Fiction
Bennett, Neil 12:06 1990:03 104 Last Word Breeding a new race of household help that needs less care than goldfish and will never ask for weekends off.
Bennett, Parker 8:03 1985:12 158 Last Word Humor
8:04 1986:01 114 Last Word Humor
Bensen, D R. 3:04 1981:01 102 Books The Arts
Benson, Jerry 13:09 1991:06 112 Last Word Beware of the big bucks! Money is harmful to your health.
Berger, Bob 12:06 1990:03 62 Road Warrior Our perambulatory journalist, searching for the energy force called ch’i, hit various martial arts classes across the country-and was hit back!
12:11 1990:08 50 Once Upon A Time In America Pictorial: American ingenuity is evident in the designs and mechanics of the nineteenth-century patent models.
12:12 1990:09 34 Lost Horizons? The Tatshenshini River, Lake Baikal, Yasuni National Park, the Sudd, and six other sanctuaries comprise some of the most beautiful wilderness on Earth. But the future of these fragile environments depends on the whims of local governments and the economy.
13:01 1990:10 59 Tracing The Masters’ Strokes Pictorial: Computer artist Lillian Schwartz takes bytes from art’s past and keys into its future.
13:03 1990:12 118 Phenomenon The creation of one man, this universe may exist only in his computer.
14:04 1992:01 56 Mapping The Mindfields Feature
Berger, John J. 2:12 1980:09 16 Earth Environment
4:05 1982:02 16 Earth Environment
9:02 1986:11 20 Earth Tree Shakers
Berger, Myron 9:03 1986:12 94 Space Sentries Pictorial: NORAD
Bergman, Ruth Elizabeth 9:08 1987:05 24 Mind The Dangers of Loneliness
Berkey, John 3:03 1980:12 96 Light Voyager Pictorial
Best of Omni 4 1982 32 Light Voyager Pictorial
Berlitz, Charles 2:09 1980:06 32 Music/film Update Report
Berman, Mitch 12:10 1990:07 20 Space Shift, Rover, shift. Like all dogs, this one will dig in the dirt and bring home dust-Martian, that is.
Best, Derek 5:05 1983:02 28 Radio The Arts
Bester, Alfred 1:07 1979:04 42 Galalea Galante Fiction
Best of Omni 1 1980 72 Galatea Galante Fiction
Best of Omni 4 1982 88 Fondly Fahrenheit Fiction
Bethe, Hans A. 4:04 1982:01 6 First Word Opinion
Biggle Jr., Lloyd 1:02 1978:11 50 The Weariest River Fiction
Best of Omni 2 1981 94 The Weariest River Fiction
Bischoff, David 15:05 1993:02,03 34 Behind the Scenes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine It’s about a single dad and his teenage son – living in space. Welcome to Star Trek for the Nineties.
17:03 1994:12 42 Opening the X-Files Mulder and Scully know something is out there?and so do their many fans. A behind-the-scenes look at this fascinating and increasingly popular new show.
17:05 1995:02 38 Star Trek: Voyager The latest Trek sets sights on distant stars and new worlds across our galaxy
17:07 1995:04 34 The New Outer Limits Control over your TV’s transmission is about to be hijacked. Get set for a new wave of SF thrillers.
5:11 1983:08 56 Wired Fiction
Bishop, Michael 11:11 1989:08 48 Reading the Silks Fiction
13:03 1990:12 50 Snapshots From The Butterfly Plague Fiction: You survived Alfred Hitchcock’s birds. How will you fare against this new winged threat?
13:12 1991:09 60 Life Regarded As A Jigsaw Puzzle Of Highly Lustrous Cats Fiction: You’ve got nothing against cats. You’ve got nothing for them, either. But you find that they have haunted your life from childhood to marriage to your horrifying job.
4:03 1981:12 106 Vox Olympica Fiction
5:06 1983:03 62 The Last Child into the Mountai Fiction
6:12 1984:09 30 Books The Arts
9:09 1987:06 54 The Visitation and Other Divine Encounters Fiction: Eight Religious Tales
9:09 1987:06 58 God?s Hours Fiction
Bisson, Terry 12:09 1990:06 48 Over Flat Mountain Fiction: When the Appalachians unfurled, the earth bulged into airless heaven. Crossing Flat Mountain called for a new breed of trucker, and CD is as tough as they come. But thanks to a ride he and a hitchhiker share through the wilderness in the sky, CD gets a chance to repay a debt he has owed since childhood.
13:07 1991:04 54 They’re Made Out Of Meat Fiction: Two aliens discover a rather disgusting sentient race.
14:04 1992:01 64 Carl’s Lawn And Garden Fiction.
14:11 1992:08 52 Two Guys From The Future Fiction. They’re only here for the art.
15:09 1993:07 58 England Underway Fiction.
17:04 1995:01 66 There Are No Dead Fiction.
17:06 1995:03 66 There Are No Dead Fiction.
Bitto, Ron 3:11 1981:08 48 Space Laws Profile
Bixby, Robert 13:07 1991:04 104 Last Word You can’t take your work with you everywhere-or can you? Introducing the Incessant Office, which brings the work to you.
14:02 1991:11 136 Last Word Get ready for the latest ecological problems.
16:11 1994:07 54 Beauty and the Beast Pictorial
Bizony, Piers 15:07 1993:05 42 2001 at 25 A look back at the making of an epic
16:10 1994:07 44 Politics of Apollo Celebrating the twenty-fifth anniversary of Apollo 11 reminds us of the real heroes in getting America to the moon.
Black, Randall 11:03 1988:12 24 Space NASA’s Recycling Program
13:01 1990:10 114 Stars Astronomical fantasies: If offered unlimited funds, what would fulfill an astronomer’s dream?
15:05 1993:02,03 17 Space Meltdown: Going to Mars in a nuclear rocket – if it can get off the ground
16:12 1994:09 25 Space Mars and the contamination quandary
7:07 1985:04 26 Space Comment
7:10 1985:07 20 Space Comment
8:05 1986:02 22 Space Comment
8:12 1986:09 20 Space Shuttle Alternatives
Blackshear, Perry 5:08 1983:05 156 Bug Eyes Phenomena
Bladow, Janel 12:12 1990:09 20 Mind Adrift at sea on a raft, without water or food, could you survive the elements? Or would you die before being rescued? Scientists suggest that the answers to these questions may lie in your personality.
13:06 1991:03 26 Mind What do Donald Trump, Ivan Boesky, and Gary Hart have in common? They were victims of their own success: The immense pressures they faced upon their climb to the top caused them to tumble back down the ladder of success.
16:08 1994:05 12 Mind Good cop, bad cop
2:11 1980:08 68 Luminicity Pictorial
4:03 1981:12 28 Sculpture The Arts
5:03 1982:12 34 Fantasy The Arts
6:04 1984:01 28 Technology The Arts
Blake, Afton 5:11 1983:08 6 Genius Sperm Bank First Word
Blakeslee, Alton 1:01 1978:10 62 Listening for Life Article
Blaylock, James R 11:10 1989:07 42 Unidentified Objects Fiction
Bloch, Erich 13:07 1991:04 10 First Word The U.S. doesn’t have to lose its global technological leadership to Japan or Europe. To compete in the future, the former director of the National Science Foundation recommends a new concentration on the creation of knowledge in the form of research and development.
Bloch, Robert 17:01 1994:10 84 The Other Side of the Bloch A great writer offers a surprising and memorable message.
Bloom, Howard 11:05 1989:02 30 Explorations The Importance of Hugging
Bly, Carol 14:06 1992:03 6 First Word The men’s movement
Boar, Greg 7:07 1985:04 90 Dead Run Fiction
Bob.Lindstrom, 12:03 1989:12 140 Video Scans Top gun: Armed with little more than his joystick, Lindstrom took on this year’s computer and video games.
Bohannon, Paul 16:12 1994:09 8 First Word Altering another’s evolution
Boling, Rick 5:12 1983:09 34 Life Biomedicine
8:02 1985:11 14 Earth Environment
Boltin, Lee 6:03 1983:12 107 Vegetology Pictorial
Bonestell, Chesley 6:06 1984:03 84 Prelude Pictorial
Best of Omni 5 1983 71 Pictorial Pictorial
Booth, Nicholas 13:02 1990:11 28 Space Once travel to the stars is feasible, will the trip be worth taking?
Bork, Robert H. 13:01 1990:10 10 First Word The heated debate over flag burning: Should there be limits to our freedoms?
Bosveld, Jane 11:03 1988:12 137 How to Have A Mystical Experience Mind-expansion Exercises, plus an Interview with Joseph Campbell
11:04 1989:01 60 Garden of Earthy Delights Pictorial: Industrious Insects
11:07 1989:04 56 Where the Wild Things Grow Pictorial: Linnaeus’s Flowers
12:02 1989:11 74 Twilight Zones Working out in our dreams is the only exercise some of us get. Yet today’s athletes rely on this rest period to supplement their training by reshaping their minds and bodies – you can, too.
12:03 1989:12 36 Stars Could your epitaph read STRUCK DOWN IN THE PRIME OF LIFE BY AN ASTEROID?
12:06 1990:03 74 Interview Anthropologist and Tewa Indian Alfonso Ortiz speaks on Native American beliefs that he thinks could heal the environment and revitalize society.
14:01 1991:10 66 Life According To Gaia A kinder, gentler theory of evolution. The Gaia hypothesis proposes that living things and their environment act as a single organism.
17:01 1994:10 8 Sounds Cathedral dreams
17:02 1994:11 14 Animals When the tables are turned: look who is the killing machine now
3:12 1981:09 62 Inner-city Savior Article
8:02 1985:11 22 Explorations Travel
Bova, Ben 12:10 1990:07 39 Einstein’s Law Fiction: An entrepreneur gets swallowed up by his own greedy scheme.
13:10 1991:07 42 Spaceward Ho! The covered wagons may look a little different, but we’ll settle space much the same way we did the Western frontier-with the government leading the way. Private industry will need federal help to develop space, just as it did to build the West’s railroads and dams.
14:12 1992:09 6 First Word Cooperation in space
15:07 1993:05 34 A Clean, Well-Lighted Space Solar-power satellites, U.S. energy needs, and a brighter future
16:02 1993:11 51 Future War, Future Peace How will we wage war – and keep the peace?in the years to come?
1:07 1979:04 146 Last Word Opinion
1:10 1979:07 6 First Word Opinion
1:12 1979:09 52 Kinsman Fiction
2:04 1980:01 6 First Word Opinion
2:05 1980:02 6 First Word Opinion
2:06 1980:03 6 First Word Opinion
2:08 1980:05 146 Last Word Opinion
2:09 1980:06 6 First Word Opinion
3:02 1980:11 6 First Word Opinion
3:03 1980:12 6 First Word Opinion
3:03 1980:12 92 Moonstruck! Article
3:07 1981:04 6 First Word Opinion
3:08 1981:05 6 First Word Opinion
3:10 1981:07 18 Space Comment
3:10 1981:07 6 First Word Opinion
3:11 1981:08 52 Voyagers Fiction
4:01 1981:10 66 Three Fallacies Article
4:02 1981:11 6 First Word Opinion
4:03 1981:12 92 Nasas James James Beggs Interview
4:05 1982:02 6 First Word Opinion
4:06 1982:03 6 First Word Opinion
4:07 1982:04 6 First Word Opinion
4:09 1982:06 6 First Word Opinion
4:10 1982:07 62 The Soviet Death Star Article
4:11 1982:08 6 First Word 0pinion
5:09 1983:06 24 Space Comment
6:01 1983:10 60 Zero-g Lab Article
7:02 1984:11 88 Out of Time Fiction
7:03 1984:12 22 Space Comment
7:03 1984:12 34 Books The Arts
7:04 1985:01 6 First Word Opinion
7:05 1985:02 46 Future Phones Article
7:12 1985:09 18 Space Comment
Best of Omni 1 1980 94 Kinsman Fiction
Best of Omni 3 1982 85 Science Fiction and Survival Fiction
Boyle, T. Coraghessan 11:01 1988:10 98 Urban Renewal Fiction
Braasch, Gary 4:07 1982:04 142 Volcanic Nature Phenomena
Bradbury, 4:02 1981:11 60 Why Man Explores Article
Bradbury, Ray 17:08 1995:fall 80 Once More, Legato Fiction. If the birds disappear, do they still sing?
2:07 1980:04 88 Beyond Eden Article
3:01 1980:10 108 The God in Science Fiction Article
3:08 1981:05 76 Colonel Stonesteel’s Egyptian Mummy Fiction
5:01 1982:10 34 Books The Arts
7:01 1984:10 64 I Suppose You Are Wondering Why We Are Here Fiction
7:07 1985:04 58 Trapdoor Fiction
Brand, Stewart 9:11 1987:08 18 Forum Media Lab
Branscomb, Lewis 4:01 1981:10 32 Video The Arts
Brantingham, Jul-een 1:05 1979:02 62 Lobotomy Shoals Fiction
Brantingham, Juleen Best of Omni 2 1981 102 Lobotomy Shoals Fiction
Brasch, Norv 3:06 1981:03 124 Explorations Travel
4:08 1982:05 22 Music The Arts
5:01 1982:10 44 Explorations Travel
Brasch, Norvell 4:03 1981:12 40 Explorations Travel
Braunlich, Tom 14:01 1991:10 73 Planit: The Omni Evolution Game Life’s not one big crapshoot. Instead it’s a board game that lets each player be Gaia.
Brenner, David 12:12 1990:09 104 Last Word Traveler’s travails: Have you begun to look like your passport photo?
Brierley, Paul 1:04 1979:01 142 Videodisc Phenomena
1:06 1979:03 142 Polarization Phenomena
Briggs, John 11:07 1989:04 82 Interview Reese Jenkins: Edison’s Archives
9:04 1987:01 68 David Bohm Interview
Brin, David 15:01 1992:10 84 The Bubbling Universe Feature
16:09 1994:06 4 First Word Of elves and aliens
Brock, Pope 6:06 1984:03 130 Last Word Humor
Broder, Dr. Samuel 13:03 1990:12 8 First Word The success of nations depends on people’s fluency in science.
Broderick, Damien 9:09 1987:06 117 Thy Sting Fiction
9:09 1987:06 54 The Visitation and Other Divine Encounters Fiction: Eight Religious Tales
Broderick, Richard 12:05 1990:02 58 Adventure Capital Tales of sunken ships that carried valuable cargo have spurred on many a treasure seeker. Today, with the aid of high-tech equipment, these ventures at sea-and capers on land-are proving very profitable for modern-day pirates. From Phoenix, Arizona, to the Philippine islands, much of the bounty remains unclaimed.
13:03 1990:12 28 Arts Little Green Men: Is the country really ready for their mind-altering space jazz music?
Brody, Robert 11:04 1989:01 94 Games Interactive Sports Exhibit, plus the What’s-It Quiz
12:01 1989:10 38 Books Science Fiction in Toronto
6:07 1984:04 24 Mind Behavior
Bromberg, Craig 12:09 1990:06 12 Forum Is the emergence of a global popular culture necessarily a good thing?
Brower, Ken 11:07 1989:04 20 Earth Saving the Seas
Brower, Kenneth 11:08 1989:05 22 Earth Starry Blight
11:09 1989:06 26 Earth Saving Sea Mammals
1:09 1979:06 16 Earth Environment
1:10 1979:07 16 Earth Environment
1:11 1979:08 14 Earth Environment
1:12 1979:09 16 Earth Environment
2:01 1979:10 20 Earth Environment
2:02 1979:11 14 Earth Environment
2:03 1979_12 20 Earth Environment
2:04 1980:01 14 Earth Environment
2:05 1980:02 17 Earth Environment
2:06 1980:03 16 Earth Environment
2:07 1980:04 16 Earth Environment
2:09 1980:06 14 Earth Environment
3:01 1980:10 16 Earth Environment
3:03 1980:12 68 The Ungreening Article
3:04 1981:01 20 Earth Environment
9:07 1987:04 56 Out on A Limb Pictorial: Treetop Scientists
Brown, Azby 11:10 1989:07 17 Space Japan’s Moonhouses
Brown, Joseph E. 1:11 1979:08 70 John Isaacs Interview
Brown, Warren 3:07 1981:04 70 Last Waltz Fiction
Best of Omni 6 1983 124 Last Waltz Fiction
Bruce, Lawrence E. 11:11 1989:08 4 First Word Third World Children
Brunner, John 2:06 1980:03 88 X-hero Fiction
9:09 1987:06 54 The Visitation and Other Divine Encounters Fiction: Eight Religious Tales
Bruskin, Sam 2:05 1980:02 26 Music The Arts
2:08 1980:05 26 Music The Arts
Bruvel, Gil 12:03 1989:12 88 The Telltale Heart Pictorial. Art by Gil Bruvel Missing peace: A tale to mend your heart.
Bryant, Ed 6:02 1983:11 144 Double Treble Fiction
Bryant, Edward 11:04 1989:01 22 Forum Past and Present Futures: Ray Bradbury, Isaac Asimov, Robin Cook, and Others Predict the World of 1999
12:02 1989:11 54 Mod Dogs Fiction: In this biting tale, the underdog has its day.
17:01 1994:10 70 The Fire that Scours Fiction.
3:01 1980:10 74 Prairie Sun Fiction
7:03 1984:12 64 The Serrated Edge Fiction
7:09 1985:06 90 The Man Who Always Wanted to Travel Fiction
Buchanan, Cleo Hanlon 4:10 1982:07 32 Explorations Travel
Buchwald, Art 6:01 1983:10 226 Last Word Humor
Buck, Frank 6:08 1984:05 62 The Lesser Light Pictorial
Buck, Lisa 6:05 1984:02 46 Weird Lab Animals Article
6:09 1984:06 82 The Art and Science of Faking it Article
8:09 1986:06 26 Life Anthropology
Buckley, Bob 3:05 1981:02 80 Where No Man Goes Fiction
Buday, Karoly 3:10 1981:07 126 Welded Elements Phenomena
4:11 1982:08 126 American Butterfly Phenomena
Budrys, Algis 4:01 1981:10 30 Books The Arts
Bunker, Susan 4:01 1981:10 210 Whirlpool Nebula Phenomena
Burgess, Anthony 5:06 1983:03 84 The End of the World News Fiction
5:07 1983:04 108 The End of the World News, Part Ii Fiction
Burnham, Neal 7:08 1985:05 24 Stars Astronomy
Burns, Jim Best of Omni 1 1980 130 Planet Story Pictorial
Burns, Khephra 13:06 1991:03 108 Last Word You think watching hours of television is harmful to young minds? In the twenty-first century, reading can kill you. Beware the dreaded compulsive literacy disorder: For the thousands of CLD victims, well-read is dead.
Burroughs, William S. 9:07 1987:04 48 The Ghost Lemurs of Madagascar Fiction
Burstein, Daniel 7:12 1985:09 36 Future Shock Rolls over China Article
Butler, Octavia E. 15:10 1993:08 4 First Word America must keep its public libraries.
9:08 1987:05 56 The Evening and the Morning and the Night Fiction
Butterworth, Brent 12:03 1989:12 156 Last Word Gross anatomy: Alien integration will boost our egos by redefining ugly.
Bylinsky, Gene 1:01 1978:10 132 Future Drugs Article
1:11 1979:08 54 Wizards of Silicon Valley Article
1:12 1979:09 62 Life in Darwin’s Universe Article

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