The Australian Science Fiction Bullsheet 65 – August 2007
The Australian Science Fiction Bullsheet 65
ISSN 1445-4319 (print version), ISSN 1445-4327 (online version)
GENERAL NEWS JULIUS VOGEL AWARD WINNERS, (National New Zealand Awards) were
voted on at Conspiracy II, the NZ national Science Fiction convention held
in June, 2007. Best Novel: James Norcliffe, The Assassin of Gleam. (Hazard
Press). Best Short Story: Peter Friend, Western Front, 1914, Andromeda
Spaceways Inflight Magazine, Best Dramatic Presentation - Long Form:
Maddigan's Quest produced by South Pacific Films, Best New Talent: Douglas A.
Van Belle (for stories published in Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine,
Antipodean SF and Quantum Muse), Best Fan Writing: Alan Robson for his column
"Wot I Red on My Hols" in Pheonixine, Services to Fandom, John & Lynelle Howell
Congratulations to all the winners!
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 R. Murphy.)
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
email@example.com or phone the Conflux 4 chair, Nicole R. Murphy, on
0423 167 047
CORY DOCTROW will be giving a writing masterclass for 15 participants only
looking at the future of copyright, blogs and giving insights into writing
techniques, critiquing and understanding the SF market on Saturday Aug 25 at
at the City Museum, Spring St entrance, opposite Collins St, Melbourne from
10am-4pm as part of the MELBOURNE WRITERS FESTIVAL. Cost $195 or $175
concession (includes morning and afternoon tea, but BYO lunch). Book in
person at Malthouse Theatre Box Office, 113 Sturt St, Southbank, Melbourne,
or by phone 9685- 5111. The masterclass is Festival event code 202.
SYLVESTER MCCOY (The 7th Dr Who) will be making a guest appearance at a Dr
Who Club of Australia meeting on Sunday, 5th August at the Drummoyne RSL
Club, 162 Victoria Rd, Drummoyne. The meeting starts from 11am. Cost $40 for
club members (adult), non-member (adult) $50, child 12-15 yrs $25, child 7-11
$12, family rates also available. Cash only, at the door ticket sales only.
(Reported by Dallas Jones.)
SEAN MCMULLEN recently posted details of his latest book, Before the Storm,
on his new website www.seanmcmullen.net.au (reported in Pass It On newsletter.)
The MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL (25th July-21 Aug) will screen the
first 3 episodes of a 40 part animated TV series of GRAEME BASE's ANIMALIA
book. The series will be shown on Channel 10 in October. (reported in Pass It
INFINITAS BOOKSHOP/BLOKEY STUFF, shop 22 Civic Arcade, George St, Parramatta,
has KEVIN J. ANDERSON and REBECCA MOESTA in store on 26th September.
SYDNEY COSTUMERS PLEASE NOTE: Are you in Sydney and interested in costuming?
The NSW branch of the Costumers Guild is having a "Travellers from the Small
Screen" dinner on 22nd September (Restaurant to be decided on soon.) Costumes
are to be inspired from SF TV series and telemovies. If you want to join in
contact Wendy, NSW@australiancostumersguild.org.au, or check
THE ARCHCHANCELLOR's MEN is a theatrical co-operative project that's
endeavouring to have more TERRY PRATCHETT DISCWORLD plays performed in
Sydney. Their first project, Men at Arms, was produced at the Seymour Centre
in June. They strive to keep ticket prices affordable to all (tickets to Men
At Arms were only $20) by using volunteers to help. (Hopefully I'll be able
to give Bullsheet readers advance warning of their next production. Any help
from any of our "roving reporters" would be much appreciated! Edwina)
LEONARD NIMOY recently introduced ZACHARY QUINTO (Heroes) who will be playing
the young Spock in the new Star Trek movie at a comic con in San Diego. Nimoy
will be reprising his role as the elder Spock in the same movie. (relayed by
EDGE SF recently announced that CLAUDE LALUMIERE has been appointed editor of
Tesseracts Twelve, an SF anthology seeking longer fiction & novellas
(10-20,000 words) from Canadian writers only. Submissions close 1st Feb,
2008. Full details at http://lostpages.net/t12 (Reported by Justyn Perry via
2007 GULLIVER TRAVEL RESEARCH GRANT, administered by the Speculative
Literature Foundation (USA) is open until 30th September. The grant is
awarded to assist writers of spec fic, and provides US $600 to be used to
cover airfare, lodging and/or other transport expenses. The grant is not
available for academic research. To apply for the grant submit a 1 page
description of the project, travel location and estimated travel date (500
words), a writing sample in the proposed genre (10 pages or 5,000 words,
samples must be the solo work of the applicant,) and a bibliography of
previously published work (if applicable.). Travel may take place from any
country to any country, or within any country. Send submissions as attached
doc files to firstname.lastname@example.org to travel grant administrators,
Colin Harvey and Tiffany Jonas. Include a brief cover letter including your
contact details. Any queries should also be sent to the same e-mail address.
BOOKS AND PUBLICATIONS "Outside a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside a
dog it's too dark to read"- Groucho Marx
DENYSE BRIDGER's new book, The Fate Decrees, wherein "The gods of Ancient
Greece must find a mortal champion to defend their fate" will be published by
Edge Publications in August. ISBN 1894063414. Cost US $19.95. Available from
the publisher. See http://www.edgewebsite.com for full details.
SEAN WRIGHT's new book, Jesse Jameson & The Earth witch of Evanstorm will be
published at the end of August. He's still on target with releasing a music
album a month/ Full details on www.crows-wing.com.
A.R.R.R. ROBERTS (author of The Soddit, The Sellamillion and the Va Dinci
Cod) has a new novel, Doctor Whom, released in paperback edition in Australia
in August. Join the Dr., and Prose Tailor as they battle the Garleks. $22.95
CHRISTOPHER MOORE (who apparently lives in an inaccessible island fortress
somewhere in the Pacific) has a new book, A Dirty Job, is the story of
Charlie Asher who seems to have been recruited for a new job: Death. He's got
"The Great Big Book of Death" to explain the job to him. $22.95.
LEONAUR BOOKS have recently released reprints of Edgar Rice Burroughs' Tarzan
novels and Zane Grey's western novels, "The Ohio River Trilogy." available in
softback and hardback. Find full details at www.leonaur.com
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.)
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 http://ticonderogaonline.org/publications/guidelines.html#belong
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 details.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 110 features flash (under 500 words) fiction by J.Alan Brown,
Angela Slater, Chris Pavey, Melka Loofs Samorzewski, Shaun A. Saunders, Julie
Bailue, Andrew Leadbeatter, Rodney Smith, Devon Kivioja and Charles Richard
Laing can be viewed at www.antisf.com. (Issue 109 can also be viewed in the
ANTIPODEAN SF are proud to announce the publication of a collection of
speculative short fiction by world-renowned writer, Shaun A. Saunders.
Shaun's anthology, "Navigating In The New World" features more than eighty
expanded and original "flash" fiction stories that first appeared in
AntipodeanSF, along with never-before-seen SF short stories written in
Shaun's inimitable and engaging style. "Navigating In The New World" is
available in hard copy,soft-cover, perfect-bound 250 page book, or as a
downloadable .pdf format from AntiSF's storefront
STEAM ENGINE TIME, Aug 2007, 44 pages edited by Bruce Gillespie & Jan Stinson
is now available on line at
http://efanzines.com/SFC/SteamEngineTime/SET06.pdf (reported on the Eidolist.)
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 email@example.com. 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,
FRIENDS OF LINDA COX CHAN (FOLCC) raise money to donate to Juvenile Diabetes
Research, Australia by selling donated books etc. (Current tally $0.) Books
looking for new homes:A-Team colouring and activity books: (more books coming
soon!) Art cards autographed by Marianne Plumridge and Bob Eggleton are also
for sale. To buy items e-mail Edwina Harvey at firstname.lastname@example.org 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
DEATHS: FRED SABERHAGEN, author of many short stories published in Galaxy &
If magazines evolved into Berserker novels about interstellar killing
machines programmed to destroy all life, passed away on 29th June from
cancer. He was 77 years old.
KERWIN MATHEWS, American actor possibly best known for his leading role in
"The 7th Voyage of Sinbad" as well as parts in many other films, died in his
sleep on 5th July. He was 81. (Reported by Ken Regez)
SERIOUSLY ILL: Australian writer TERRY DARTNELL had an unsuccessful Whipple
Procedure (an operation to remove cancer from the pancreas) with
complications. (Reported on the Visions list.)
RECOVERING: ANDY PORTER, prominent American fan, Antipodean enthusiast and
Bullsheet reader, has finished chemotherapy and is planning a trip to England.
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 www.vicnet.net.au/~msfc.
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 Clare McDonald.)
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 Hughes.)
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
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 email@example.com.
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 - firstname.lastname@example.org 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
QUEST Queensland Star Trek club. Contact the club at PO BOX 2084, Brisbane,
QLD. 4001, or check www.conquestforever.com (Reported by Kevin Sheehan.)
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
http://visionwriters,org. 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 Hembury.)
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 reporter.)
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 information.
NEWCASTLE SPACE FRONTIER SOCIETY (NSFS) Regular meetings and social
functions. Full details available at www.nssa.com.au/nsfs. (Reported by Jack
SPOCKSOC: A SF group run by students at the University of NSW, Kensington,
VORTEX: SF Events happening in Brisbane, can be found at www.vortexevents.com
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.)
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.).
CONVENTIONS GoH = Guest of Honour, OCP = Other Commitments Permitting, tba= to
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)
SMASH! The inaugural Sydney Manga & Anime Show. Sat 18th August. Roundhouse,
University of NSW, Kensington. See www.smash.org.au for full details/
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 email@example.com
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 McBride
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. See:
MANIFEST anime festival. Melbourne University,Melbourne. 14-16 September. See
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. Murphy.)
ANIMANIA anime, games, manga festival. Sept 28-30. Sydney Town Hall, George
St, Sydney. See www.anime.net.au.
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 Crowsnest.)
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 on Scinut.)
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
firstname.lastname@example.org, see www.bobw.com.au or phone 02 96241-4555.
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
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 email@example.com for information about
paypal and credit card payments. See http://www.australia2010.org/ or e-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org. 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:
http://members.optushome.com.au/aussff/ and his list of SF oriented groups in
NSW is at http://members.optushome.com.au/aussff/SFNSW.html.
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.
CHUCK MCKENZIE, manager of the Frankston Angus & Robertson bookshop,
publishes a monthly newsletter highlighting books and authors of interest, as
well as general news. To join this group see
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
SMW Editing & Proofreading services for academic (including theses), fiction
& non-fiction. For more details or arrange a quote, e-mail
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