The Australian Science Fiction Bullsheet 63 – July 2007
The Australian Science Fiction Bullsheet 63
ISSN 1445-4319 (print version), ISSN 1445-4327 (online version)
DITMAR AWARD WINNERS: Novel: The Pilo Family Circus by Will Elliot.
Novella/Novellette The Devil In Mr Pussy (or How I Found God Inside
My Wife) by Paul Haines. Short story: The Fear of White by Rjurik
Davidson. Collected Work: The Year's Best Australian Science Fiction
and Fantasy Vol 2. Edited by Bill Congreve and Michelle Marquardt.
Professional Artwork: Andrew MacRea for 25Lies/1 Truth. Professional
achievement: Bill Congreve for Mirrordanse Books and 2 editions of
Best Australian Science Fiction and Fantasy anthology. Fan Writer:
Danny Oz. Fan Artist: Jon Swabey. Fan production: ASiF website, Alisa
Krasnostein Executive Editor. Fanzine: HorrorScope, Shane Jiraiya
Cummings Managing Editor, Fan Achievement: Alisa Krasnostein for
establishing AsiF. New Talent: Alisa Krasnostein.
The William Atheling Jr Award for Criticism or Review was won by
Justine Larbalestier for Daughters of Earth: Feminist Science Fiction
in the Twentieth Century.
The Peter McNamara Award (now awarded by Mariann McNamara) was won by
The A. Bertram Chandler Award was won by Bruce Gillespie
Congratulations to all the winners!
We hope all our Melbourne readers are safe, high & dry! Edwina
(watching the news!)
CONVERGENCE 2. A thumbnail review. What it lacked in "Glitz & Titz"
it made up for in social opportunities. It was a small, but fun
convention. It was good to catch up with people again, many for the
first time in half a decade. It was especially good to see Merv Binns
enjoying himself at the con, and his wife Helena was impeccably
CONFLUX 4 VIRTUAL MINICON: This is a free on-line convention from
midday Aug 3 to midday Aug 4.Five of the GoH's will be at the virtual
minicon. See www.conflux.org.au for more details. (Reported by Nicole
CONFLUX 4 recently announced it had a special deal going for people
wanting DEALERS TABLES at the convention. Until 31st July fans can
book tables for $80, professional rate is $145 for 1 table, or $245
for 2 tables. If you also want to attend the convention, membership
is an additional $100. e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or phone the
Conflux 4 chair, Nicole R. Murphy, on 0423 167 047
CONFLUX 4 deadlines for submitting materials for the con's souvenier
book is 30 July. Deadline for showbag inserts 1st September.
DOUJICON, a Melbourne convention offering "the best in local comics,
cartoons and Manga Doujinshi...Learn how to make your own comics " is
on Sat, 28th July, from 10am. Building K, Monash Uni, Caulfield,
Melbourne. See www.doujicon.com for full details.
The Queensland Writers Centre is calling for Expressions of Interest
from Australian writers (including playwrights, screenwriters, poets,
fiction & non-fiction authors) and editors to teach seminars,
workshops or masterclasses running from 2 hrs to multi-day in 2008.
For submission details abd program details see
http://www.qwc.asn.au/images/stories/QWC_EOI_2008.pdf Alternatively e-
mail submissions to email@example.com (reported by Kate Eltham on
the Visions list.)
MELBOURNE WRITERS FESTIVAL's opening night on Fri 24th August will
feature keynote addresses by CLIVE JAMES and DAVID EGGERS who wrote a
comic strip for SF weekly, among other writing successes. The opening
will be at the Malthouse Theatre, Southbank, Melbourne. To book
tickets phone 9685-5111, see
www.malthousetheatre.com.au/boxofficw/hours.html or go to the box
office at 113 Sturt St, Southbank.
CHUCK MCKENZIE, manager of the Frankston Angus & Robertson bookshop,
is publishing a monthly newsletter highlighting books and authors of
interest, as well as general news. To join this group see
Congratulations to Crowswing Books who received 19 nominations in
this year's British Fantasy Awards.
Its raining SF!!! - Or at least it seems to be with Torchwood on
Channel 10 on Monday nights, while Dr Who on Thursday and Saturday
nights on Channel 2, as well as the new series Hyperdrive (Which
looks like Red Dwarf meets The Office, but with fewer laughs as far
as I can tell. EH) on Channel 2.
BARBARELLA BACK AGAIN! Dino & Martha De Laurentis are to produce a
new version of the cult SF movie, Barbarella.The movie will be
directed by Robert Rodriguez (Planet Terror, Sin City & Spy Kids.)
(Reported on SF Crowsnest.) (Wonder who they'll get to play Pygar???
BOOKS AND PUBLICATIONS
"Outside a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside a dog it's too
dark to read"- Groucho Marx
TANSY RAYNER ROBERTS' new book, Seacastle, the first book in the Lost
Simmeron series was launched at Melbourne's State Library on 10 June.
Published by ABC Books. ISBN 9780733320262. $12.95. There's also a
great promo trailer at www.youtube.com/watch?v=KaMGSvP/mYY
PAUL COLLINS' publishing imprint, Ford Street Books, has released its
first YA novel, Before the Storm by SEAN McMULLEN . ISBN: 978-1-
876462-50-5 RRP $19.95. Copies can be purchased via MacMillan
customer service. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 1300 135
SONNY WHITELAW's eco-thriller book, The RHESUS FACTOR, is now
available as a free e-book. You can download it as a PDF from Sonny's
webpage: http://www.sonnywhitelaw.com/. It's also available in
several e-reader formats through
ebooks.com/single.php?ISBN1-55404-237-2. As the fiction portrayed in
this book is fast becoming reality with regards to climate change,
the publishers have decided to offer this book to interested readers
ALISTAIR REYNOLD's new book, THE PREFECT, the story of Tom Dreyfus, a
Prefect (sort of policeman) whose beat is the multi-faceted utopian
society, The Glitter Band, a vast swirl of space habitats. After a
murder, is the Glitter Band still in control of its own destiny? (I
enjoyed Reynold's earlier novel, Pushing Ice, and can't wait to read
this one! EH). ISBN: 978-0-575-07818-5 RRP $32.95
RICHARD MORGAN's new SF Thriller, BLACK MAN, deals with a future
where genetically engineered alpha males are designed to fight wars,
but they're dangerous to have around in peacetime, so most of them
are sent to Mars. This novel deals with prejudice and the
ramifications of playing with mankind's genetic blueprint. ISBN 978-
0-575-07767-6. RRP $32.95.
JUSTINA ROBSON's new novel, SELLING OUT is about Special Agent, Lila
Black, tortured and magic-scarred by Elves, rebuilt by humans into a
nuclear-fuelled part-robot. Her boyfriend's a half-elf, half-demon
international rock star, and a mission to Hell is the last thing she
CHARLAIN HARRIS' book, DEAD AS A DOORNAIL is about Sookie Stackhouse,
a cocktail waitress who can read minds. Things just seem to happen
when Sookie is around, like someone trying to wipe out the shape-
ANTOINETTE MAY's new book, CLAUDIA: DAUGHTER OF ROME is the epic
story of Pontius Pilate's wife who has second sight and repeatedly
dreams of a man who wears a crown of thorns.
THE MUSIC OF THE MARX BROTHERS is a new (and long awaited!) book by
Michael A Yahn Frederick. It's published this month and is available
for US $24.95 (plus postage and handling) from PublishAmerica.com,
amazon.com, borders.com and barnesandnoble.com.
BELONGING: A PLACE CALLED HOME: is a proposed 2 vol new anthology
edited by Russell B Farr, to be published by Ticonderoga publications
in 2008. It's currently open to submissions on the speculative
explorations of migration (a relevant issue in Australia at the
present.) Submissions close 1st September, 2007. See
The next AGOG! anthology will be Canterbury 2100. They are "seeking
short stories from a group of travellers on their way to Canterbury"
in a future "where storytelling is once again a valued skill" This
anthology will be inspired by the classic 14th century Canterbury
Tales by Chaucer, and will be edited by Dirk Flinthart. See
http://www.catsparks.net/agogpress/Canterbury2100.htm for more
THE KISS OF THE LILY will be a spec fic romance anthology focusing on
the sacrifices of love. Sexual content allowed if it's integral to
the development of the story. This anthology is open to Australians &
Australian residents only. Original work only, no reprints. Paying 1
cent a word Stories up to 5000 words. Submissions open 1st October,
and close 31st December. E-mail submissions to
email@example.com in 12 pt Courier, double spaced
RTF as an attachment. Submitters names & contact details are not to
be put on the submissions, but in the body of the e-mail instead as
editors want to read stories blind. In the subject line of the e-mail
write Submissioin and title of your story.
ANTIPODEAN SF 108 features flash (under 500 words) fiction. It can
be viewed at www.antisf.com
RIPPLES magazine seeks original works by Australian writers,
illustrators & poets. All genres considered. Pays in contributors
copies. Annual subscription is $18 (4 issues). See
www.ripples.150m.com (reported by Sam Cousins)
BUST DOWN THE DOORS AND EAT ALL THE CHICKENS seeks submissions of
stories of a humorous, absurdist nature, stories that don't fit
comfortably within any genre. Magazine buys first North American
serial rights. Story lengths 2000-5000 words. Submissions should be
single spaced, and can be sent via e-mail as a RTF attachment to
firstname.lastname@example.org. Put your cover letter in the body of
the e-mail. Alternatively snail mail submissions to Michael Smith Jr.
165 Northhampton St, Apt E, Easthampton, MA 01027 USA. (Reported by
NOCTEM AETERNUS is a planned free new PDF magazine expected to launch
on 1 January, 2008, looking to publish SF, Fantasy, Adventure, and
Western stories that contain an element of horror. Submissions open
on 1st June. Please do not send submissions before this date. Paying
10 cents a word. You can view submission guidelines or subscribe to
this magazine at www.michaelknost.com (Reported by Astrid Cooper on
the Visions list.)
MUTTERINGS FROM MUNCHKINLAND, No. 24, Dec 06. What other fanzine can
lay claim to being "The Only West Australian fanzine published in
Fiji" and also bring you a multi-paged editorial about a Fijian home
invasion as well as the most recent Fijian military coup? Fortunately
editor, Chris Nelson and his family are back in Australia now. The
fanzine also has a reprinted article about the life of Eric Russell
and an interesting reprint of a con report for the 1955 Australian
natcon held in Sydney. (How things have changed! EH). Copies can be
acquired from Chris via snailmail, 63 Ligertwood St, Evatt, ACT 2617,
or e-mail email@example.com.
GRAHAM STONE has a catalogue of SF books and pulp SF magazines
(Amazing Stories, Analog, Galaxy SF) for sale. For a copy of the
catalogue send a sase to 205/24 Victoria St, Burwood, NSW, 2134.
LEIGH BLACKMORE's Raven books, specialising in dark and horror
fiction also includes Sequence comics. For a catalogue e-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org. Leigh also occasionally sells on e-bay as seller
ID Quoth Raven Books.
MERV BINNS perzine, Out of the Bin is available from PO Box 315,
Carnegie, Vic, 3163.
FRIENDS OF LINDA COX CHAN (FOLCC) raise money to donate to Juvenile
Diabetes Research, Australia by selling donated books etc. (Current
tally $0. $40 donated to JDRF after Convergence 2. Thanks to everyone
who bought art cards at the con to help boost our tally!) Books
looking for new homes:A-Team colouring and activity books: Art cards
autographed by Marianne Plumridge and Bob Eggleton are also for sale.
To buy items e-mail Edwina Harvey at email@example.com or snail
mail Edwina, c/- 12 Flinders St, Matraville, NSW 2036. *Make cheques
payable to Edwina Harvey please, FOLCC is an informal entity.) You
can also pay via direct deposit and paypal.
HATCH, MATCH AND DISPATCH
Australian writer TERRY DARTNELL had an unsuccessful Whipple
Procedure (an operation to remove cancer from the pancreas) with
complications. (Reported on the Visions list.)
ANDY PORTER, prominent American fan, Antipodean enthusiast and
Bullsheet reader, is undergoing chemotherapy following an operation
MERV BINNS, prominent Australian fan, former manager of Space Age
Books, is slowly recovering following triple by-pass heart surgery
followed by a bout of pneumonia in March.
DANNY OZ, popular Melbourne fan and convention organiser, recovering
from a stroke that has affected his balance. (I was shocked to hear
this at Convergence. Thanks to James Allen for additional
Happy [censored]th Birthday to Melbourne-based fan and all-round
swell gal, LUCY ZINKIEWICZ!!!!
(If any other readers would like a Bullsheet birthday announcement,
just let me know which month your birthday falls in. Edwina)
CLUBS & MEETINGS
MELBOURNE SCIENCE FICTION CLUB, Meet most Friday nights at 74
Melville Road, West Brunswick 3055.Membership to the MSFC is $25
single, or $35 family p.a. No meeting on Good Friday For further
details including meeting details check the MSFC website at
AUSTREK, the Star Trek fan club in Victoria which has been going
strong for more than 30 years meet on the 1st Saturday of every month
from 2pm at the Northcote Town Hall, Melbourne. Annual membership to
the club is $30. See www.austrek.org for more details. (Reported by
DR WHO CLUB OF VICTORIA has been operating for over 25years. Their
newsletter - Sonic Screwdriver - publishes news, reviews & gossip on
Dr Who as well as publishing fanfic & pictures 6 times a year. If you
join in December/Jan membership is $24 (or $35 for a family
membership) which gets you 7 issues of the newsletter. Membership
then reduces depending on which month you join, i.e. August/Sept is
$10 ($15 family.) Members receive discounts on purchases at ABC shops
and Minotuar in Elizabeth St, Melbourne. Family memberships also
available. See http://www.vicnet.net.au/~dwcv.
GEELONG SCIENCE FICTION CLUB: Join the on-line group at
http://au.groups.yahoo.com/group/GeelongSFClub. (Reported by Ben
SPACED OUT: a science fiction club for gays, lesbians and associated
communities. $5 joining fee, then $20 annual membership. ($15
concession.) to Spaced Out Inc. PO Box 363, Preston, Vic. 3072.Non-
profit SF club offering monthly meetings, "Diverse Universe"
newsletter and "Solar Spectrum" annual anthology.
OUT THERE "You find a lot of queer things in space" is a social club
for gay SF fans, mostly over 30, that meets monthly in Adelaide.
Phone Rod on 0402027891 for more details.
CANBERRA SCIENCE FICTION SOCIETY meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays
of the month. It's a relaxed social society for the discussion of SF
and fantasy. Membership $24 p.a. For more info write to CSFS PO Box
47, Civic Square, ACT 2608, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Doctor Who Club of Australia (DWCA) Membership $16 within Aust.
provides 6 issues of Data Extract, membership pack, access to the
club's member-only internet mailing list, discount prices on a range
of merchandise, admission prices to club functions (including
Whovention, discounts at selected retail outlets for Doctor Who
merchandise. For more information contact Dwayne Bunney -
email@example.com or 0416 269 726 or check
STARSHIP MAWSON (www.starshipmawson.com) is a South Australian Star
Trek fan club, & chapter of Starfleet International, run by Stuart
Blair. (Reported by Stuart Blair.)
QUEST Queensland Star Trek club. Contact the club at PO BOX 2084,
Brisbane, QLD. 4001, or check www.conquestforever.com (Reported by
The Brisbane Babylon 5ers website is at www.geocities.com/bb5ers
(Reported by Erica Sharp, president of the Brisbane Babylon5ers )
VISIONS WRITERS GROUP offers meeting and critiquing for SF, Fantasy
and Horror writers in QLD Monthly meetings from 11am -2 pm, first
Sunday of the month (except Jan and Dec) at Queensland State Library,
Rm 2D, 2nd Floor. Brisbane. $10 joining fee, and $4 per meeting.
There website is You can also join their
virtual group (great for writing tips and general SF info) at
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/vision-writers. (Reported by Kris
INFINITAS BOOKSHOP/Blokey Stuff, Shop 22 Civic Arcade, 48 - 50 George
Street Parramatta NSW. has 2 groups regularly meeting at its
premises. The SF Discussion Group meets at 6:30pm on the first
Thursday of each month except January. A SF Writers Group also meets
at the shop once a month on Saturdays See
http://www.infinitas.com.au/WritersGroup.php for meeting dates.
(Reported by Tim Martin via Ted Scribner).
Sci-Fi Monthly is a relaxed, casual SF book discussion group that
meet at 2pm on the 2nd Sunday of each month at Café Gallery, Eastgate
shopping centre, Bondi Junction, Sydney. See www.sci-fimonthly.com
for more details.
SYDNEY FANS IN THE PUB meet from 6.30pm on the second Tuesday of the
month at the Civic Hotel, Crn Pitt & Goulburn Sts, Sydney.
SYDNEY FUTURIANS Check http://users.secsme.org.au/~futurians, or e-
mail John.Fox@uts.edu.au for meeting details.
STARWALKING: http://sydskyforce.starwalking.net holds meetings af the
Lidcombe Catholic Workers Club, 24 John St, Lidcombe, opposite
Lidcombe Railway station on the third Sunday of some months.
Attendance costs $8 members, $10 non-members.
TAG, TERRA AUSTRALIS GARRISON - a Starwars stormtrooper appreciation
society. Details can be found at www.501tag.com (reported on Sci fi
FRIENDS OF SCIENCE FICTION (fsf) meet at Bankstown Sports Club, 8
Greenfield Pde, Bankstown (a short walk from Bankstown railways
station.) on the 2nd Sunday of each month.Check fsf.net.au for more
NEWCASTLE SPACE FRONTIER SOCIETY (NSFS) Regular meetings and social
functions. Full details available at www.nssa.com.au/nsfs. (Reported
by Jack Dwyer.)
SPOCKSOC: A SF group run by students at the University of NSW,
VORTEX: SF Events happening in Brisbane, can be found at
ADELAIDE POP CULTURE FESTIVAL will be held 18th - 26 August at the
South Australian Museum. Adelaide. (Reported on Sci-fi reporter)
The COSTUMERS GUILD of SA will be holding their annual ball at the
Burnside Ballroom on 25th August. (Reported on Sci-fi reporter.)
CONCATENATION is celebrating its 20th anniversary by one of its
members, Tony Bailey, endeavouring to swim the English Channel (20
miles) in July to raise money for several charities. Sponsors
welcome! See www.concatenation.org/news4~07.html#channel-swim.
Concatenation has also recently uploaded heaps of information on
films, publishing news, book reviews, and trivia. See
IAN MCKELLEN (Magneto from X-men, and Gandalf from the Lord of the
Rings movies, among many other screen credits) along with the Royal
Shakespeare Company will be performing King Lear & Chekov in the Arts
Centre, State Theatre, Melbourne from 28th July to 5th August. For
bookings phone 1300 136 166, see Ticketmaster, or the Arts Centre
booking office. (reported by Ian Triffitt on the Eidolist.)
Jeff Wayne's stage musical, WAR OF THE WORLDS, featuring Justin
Hayward (aka lead singer from Moody Blues) and a 30 ft tall Martian
fighting machine, will be touring Australia in September. Tickets are
already on sale and selling fast. Dates and venues are: Sat 8th
September, Perth, Burswood Superdome; Thurs 13th Sept, Brisbane
Entertainment Centre; Tues 18th Sept, Sydney Acer Arena (Homebush),
Friday 21st Sept, Melbourne Ron Laver Arena. (Reported by Sonny
Whitelaw on the Visions list.).
GoH = Guest of Honour, OCP = Other Commitments Permitting, tba= to be
THINK GALACTICON a con where "leftists can discuss politics and
speculative fiction in an intelligent, engaging and fun fashion" July
13-15, Roosevelt University, downtown Chicago. USA. (Reported by
Marianne de Pierres on the Visions list.)
SHOCK CULTURE: Astor Theatre, St Kilda, Melbourne. 18th August. GoH:
Alan Ruok. Also in Sydney, Aug 25th (No venue announced) See:
http://cultureshockexpo.com/index.php (reported on Scinut)
TOLKIEN SEMINAR: 25th August, 2007. NSW Writers Centre, Rozelle,
Sydney. As the first Tolkien seminar to be held outside the UK, this
event is endorsed by the Tolkien Society. To get updates of this
function see http://www.tolkiensociety.org/events/index.php. The
Tolkien Society is also calling for papers on Middleearth to be
presented at this seminar. Speakers should be looking at having their
papers run for 20 or 46 minutes. (This allows time for questions and
discussions after the paper has been presented.) Send a title and
summary/abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org by 1st June 07.
(Reported by Ted Scribner.)
SCINUT Conventions Eastern Seaboard 4 City Tour: Canberra, Sat 25th
Aug.Diplomat Hotel. Brisbane, 2 Sept, Mercure Hotel. Celebrating 40
years of Star Trek in Oz. Guests Jack Donner, (Dragon Dronet Props),
Wanda Piety, Susan Schwartz. $60 adults, $30 concession. Bookings via
e-bay: http://stores.ebay.com.au/Sci-nut-Conventions, or see
www.scinut.com. (Reported on Scinut newsletter)
NIPPON 2007. Worldcon. Aug 30-Sept 3 2007. Pacifico Yokohama
convention centre, Japan. Gohs: David Brin and Sakyo Komatsu. Artist
Gohs: Yoshitaka Amano and Michael Whelan. Details at
www.nippon2007.org .. You can also join
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/nippon2007 Australian agent Craig
SHOCK CULTURE Sydney 15th September, Melbourne 16th September (no
venues announced as yet) Theme: Firefly/Serenity. GoHs Morena
Baccarin, Christina Hennricks . Membership $88 general, $300 VIP.
CONFLUX 4 will be held from Sept 28th to October 1, 2007.(October
long weekend in some states.) GoH's: Graham Joyce, Garth Nix, Simon
Brown, Karron Warren, Donna Maree Hanson and Sharyn November. Full
membership is $190 until 28th Sept then $220 at door. Student &
Concession $130 until 28 Sept. $155 at door. Supporting members $35.
See www.conflux.org.au for more details. (Reported by Nicole R.
SUPANOVA Sydney. 12-14 October. Exhibition Hall 2, Sydney Olympic
Park. See www.supanova.com.au for more details,
ARMAGEDDON/SHOCK CULTURE: Sydney. 13-14 October. Royal Hall of
Industries. Moore Park (Fox Studios) GoHs: Adam West (Batman from
1960s TV series), Julia Newmer (Catwoman from Batman 1960s TV
series), Ray Park, Matt Wood, Jane Badler and Pro-wrestlers.
Admission $15. See www.pulpexpo.com
FANTASYCON 2007. 21-23 Sept, Britannia Hotel, Nottingham, UK. GoH's
Terry Brooks, Michael Marshall-Smith, Stephen Jones. (Reported on SF
ARMAGEDDON , NZ. 20-22 October. Aotea Centre, Auckland. NZ. GoHs:
Adam West (Batman from 1960s TV series), Julia Newmer (Catwoman from
Batman 1960s TV series), Ray Park, Matt Wood, Jane Badler and Pro-
wrestlers. Tickets on sale from 1st September via Ticketek. (Reported
CRUISE TREK DOWNUNDER: Sets sail from Sydney 4th November, calls in
on Melbourne, Tasmania & NZ, with some Lord of the Rings shore trips
planned for New Zealand. Star Trek GoHs rumoured to be attending.
Variety of on-bard accommodation available. See www.cruisetrek.com
for more details (but prices are in $US!)(Thanks to Clare McDonald
for the additional information.)
BoBW convention. 9-11 November.Sebel hotel, 350 Church St, Parramatta
(Sydney). Stargate theme. GoHS Joe Flannagan, Teryl Rothery, Peter
Williams, Sonny Whitelaw. Memberships per day: VIP $300. Gold $250,
Basic $195. e-mail email@example.com, see www.bobw.com.au or phone 02
SWANCON 2008. Perth. Natcon 2008. GoH Paul Cornell (? EH) More
details to follow.
CONRUNNER 2008, 28-29 June 08, Britannia Hotel, Wolverhampton, UK. A
convention about running conventions. Membership 25 pounds.
DENVENTION: The Worldcon in 2008 will be held in Denver, 6-10 August
08. See http://www.denver2008.com.
AUSTRALIAN NATCON 2009 will be in Adelaide.
Australia 2010 Worldcon bid. Let's do it again in 2010! The Aussie
Worldcon bid seems to be getting good support from overseas. Pre-
supporting m/ships $20. Firend m/ships $100. E-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org for information about paypal and credit card
payments. See http://www.australia2010.org/ or e-mail
email@example.com. Postal address Australia in 2010, GPO Box 1212
Melbourne, Australia. 3001. US AGENT: David Evans, UK Agents Eve &
John Harvey, European Agent: Vince Docherty.
OTHER INFORMATION RESOURCES:
Ted Scribner's Australian SF&F home page is:
and his list of SF oriented groups in NSW is at
The Inkspillers web site, http://www.inkspillers.com. is a great
source of market information for SF writers that is always being
updated by Tony Plank.
For links to books, movies and television shows see John Tipper's
homepage: http://www.collecting books andmagazines.com
Sci-fi REPORTER is a SF news service covering cons, fan clubs and
media, edited by Stuart Blair. To subscribe to this list send an e-
mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
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fiction & non-fiction. For more details or arrange a quote, e-mail
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For no sufficiently explained reason this Fanzine still supports The
Minneapolis in '73 Worldcon Bid