The Australian Science Fiction Bullsheet 74 – May 2008
The Australian Science Fiction Bullsheet 74
ISSN 1445-4319 (print version), ISSN 1445-4327 (online version)
The CHILDREN'S BOOK COUNCIL of AUSTRALIA. 9th National Conference,
Melbourne. Public sessions, John Bateman Theatre, Melbourne
Convention Centre 3rd May 2008, 9-10:30am. Shaun Tan ($25 per person)
4th May 2008, 9-10:30am Neil Gaiman ($25 per person) Bookings via
www.iceaustralia.com.cbca2008. (reported by Thomas Bull.)
ANIMANIA. May 10, 2008, 10am-4pm, Holiday Inn Brisbane, Qld.
Membership (for each): $19:50 (pre-registered) or $25 (at
door).Further information at http://animania.net.au (reported by
SYDNEY WRITERS FESTIVAL: 19-25 May at various venues around Sydney
city, suburbs, and regional NSW including Bermagui, Katoomba,
Newcastle and Wollongong. Some free events, some paid events. Spec
fic highlights include EMILY RODDA at Penrith Library, 6-7 pm, 19
May, "Right Down to the Plumbing: Spec Fiction and World Building" at
Blacktown City Library, 6.30-7,30 pm on 20th May (Bookings
essential.), "T2 The Future Files" May 22, noon-1pm(Sydney Dance
Company) and `Trope: Promoting new writing in Second Life' May 22 ,
noon - 2pm. See www.swf.org.au for full programming details.
THE AUSTRALIAN SHADOWS AWARD, offered annually to dark fiction by the
Australian Horror Writers Association, is now open to submissions
from authors, editors or publishers. For full information on the
awards, eligibility and submission guidelines, see
http://www.australianhorror.com/index.php?view=39 (Reported by Shane
Jiraiya Cummings on the Visions list.)
The AUCKLAND WRITERS FESTIVAL is on 15th-18th May. See
www.writersfestival.co.nz. (Reported on Allen & Unwin newsletter.)
NEW ZEALAND SPEC FIC AUTHORS: The Science Fiction & Fantasy
Association of New Zealand (SFFANZ) is running a project to collate &
list as much SF, Fantasy & Horror by New Zealand as it can trace. The
project is currently being managed by Alan Robson. View current
listings at www.sffanz.org.nz (via Simon Litten. Replayed by Tehani
Wessely on Andromeda Spaceways list.)
BROKEN SEA AUDIO PRODUCTIONS will soon be releasing a fan-audio drama
based on the Mad Max films. See:
Congratulations to KAREN MILLER for making the Tiptree Awards Honor
List for her novel, Empress of Mijak and The Riven Kingdom (Reported
by Ben Payne on the Visions List.)
Congratulations to ANITA BELL who received a Highly Commended for her
SF Thriller manuscript in the National FAW Literary Awards. (Reported
on the Visions List.)
TRACY SCOGGINS will make an in-store appearance at Gifts for the Geek
in Geelong from 4-6 pm on May 2nd. (Reported on Sci-fi reporter.)
*SFFiG* SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY in GEELONG is having a Trivia
Night, May 2, 7pm, Girl Guides Hall, 33 Myers St Geelong.Entry $5.
See http://au.groups.yahoo.com/group/SFFiG/ for more details.
(Reported by Ben Hughes)
ANZAPA: (Australian and New Zealand Amateur Publishing Association)
is an association for fanzine producers to share their creations with
other fanzine producers. People can join Anzapa for $30 per year,
plus the requirement to contribute at least 6 pages of your own
material (written specifically for the apa) every three mailings.
Bulk mailings (of eveybody's contributions) are sent out to all
members every two months. You can join by writing to Bruce Gillespie,
the Official Editor, 5 Howard Street, Greensborough VIC 3088
Or email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. '(Reported by
AUSTRALIAN SF FAN FUNDS. You've seen the acronyms NAFF, and DUFF
often enough, especially in these pages, but has your curiosity now
been piqued, and would you like to know more??? You can join the AUS
SF Fan Funds community to find out more about the various Fan Funds
we have operating, maybe you'll even decide to run in one of the Fan
Funds yourself in the future? See
http://community.livejournal.com/aust_sf_fan_fun/profile to find out
more. (Thanks to Callista Shampoo for the details.)
SCI-FI REPORTER is happy to receive convention reviews. E-mail your
reviews to Scifireporter@yahoo.com.
CONCATENATION has had a seasonal update on their website,
http://www.concatenation.org/whatsnew.html .As well as lots of other
news, there are four Australian-oriented stories covering the
Aurealis Awards at
http://wwwconcatenation.org/news/news4~08.html#aurealis , Ditmar
Awards at http://www.concatenation.org/news/news4~08.html#ditmar ,
Swancon at http://www.concatenation.org/news/news4~08.html#swancon
and the Australia in 2010 Worldcon bid at:
by Jonathan Cowie. Science Fact & Science Fiction Concatenation
HUGO VOTING NOW OPEN to supporting and attending members of
Denvention 3, (q.v. conventions) Snail mail and on-line voting will
be open until 1 July. The Hugo Awards ceremony will take place at
Denvention on August 9th.
BOOKS AND PUBLICATIONS
"Outside a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside a dog it's too
dark to read"- Groucho Marx
DARKEST KISS is a new paranormal romance by Australian author KERI
ARTHUR. Riley Jenson is half vampire, half werewolf and an officer
for the Directorate of Other Races. Now she's hunting for a killer
who is targeting the rich and powerful in Melbourn's society.
Published by Piatkus. ISBN 978-0-7499-3925-0. RRP $19.99
THE QUENTARIS CHRONICLES, the successful Young Adults fantasy series
featuring books set in the Quentaris universe by some of Australia's
best writers, recently launched a second series with the release of
The Spell of Undoing by PAUL COLLINS. The second book of the second
series, THE EQUEN QUEEN by ALYSSA BRUGMAN, has now been published by
Ford St Books. RRP $15.95 ISBN 9 781876 462598
SON ET LUMIERE is a new anthology of 17 stories by IAN NICHOLS. 208
pp. A limited number of signed, individually numbered and stamped
copies are available for $25 plus $4 postage. E-mail
email@example.com. Copies are also available at
Fantastic Planet in Perth.
BEFORE THEY ARE HANGED: The First Law Book Two by JOE ABERCROMBIE
Crown Prince Ladisla is poised to drive back the Northmen spilling
over the Angland border spreasing fire & death across he frozen
country. Published by Orion. ISBN 978-0-575-06201-4 RRP: $22.99
LAST ARGUMENT OF KINGS The First Law Book Three by JOE ABERCROMBIE.
There's only one man who can stop the King of the Northmen. There is
no rsk more terrible than to break the First Law. Published by Orion.
ISBN 978-0-575-07790-4. RRP $32.95
HOUSE OF SUNS is the new novel by ALASTAIR REYNOLDS . AT the dawn of
the star-faring era, Abigail Gentian fractured herself into a
thousand male and female clones and sent these shatterlings into the
galaxy to watch over countless human empires. Published by Orion.
ISBN 978-0-575-08236-6. RRP $32.99
THE RED WOLF CONSPIRACYL The Chathrand Voyage is the first published
novel by ROBERT V.S.REDICK. The HMS Chathrand , a massive sailing
ship built over 600 years ago, has vanished, taking with her 700
souls , after setting out on a diplomatic voyage to seal the peace
with the last of the Emporer's last enemies.Published by Gollancz.
The new Canberra Speculative Fiction Guild (CSFG) anthology, Masques,
to be edited by Gillian Pollack & Scott Hopkins, will be open to
submissions of up to 5,000 words until 31st October. All submissions
will be read blind. Selected stories under 1500 words receive a
contributor's copy and $10. Stories over 1500 words receive a
contributor's copy and $25. Send submissions as a Rich Text
attachment. In the body of the e-mail write your name, address, e-
mail address and story name. Send to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submissions of internal b& w artwork also sought.E-mail to
email@example.com (Reported on the Visions list.)
MECHANTS anthology.is calling for submissions. Authors to write a
letter to their favourite fictitious villain from book, film or TV.
No word limit. Open to submissions until July 31.Dreampress.com is
looking to publish a limited edition chapbook in November. Payment"
contributors copy. (From Rob Hood via Paul Mannering on the Visions
TRANSFORMATIVE WORKS AND CULTURES (TWC) is a new international
peer-reviewed online journal that welcomes fan-related topics and seeks to
promote dialogue between the academic and fan communities. The TWC is
now accepting electronic submissions of full essays through its web
site. The first issue is expected to by published in September 08.
See http://journal.transformativeworks.org/ for submission
guidelines, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
ANDROMEDA SPACEWAYS recently notified PDF subscribers there has been
a delay in sending out ASIM 33 in PDF format, but that will be
resolved soon. Print issues of ASIM 33 and 34 will soon be available
for $8.95 in specialist bookshops around Australia, including
Gleebooks at Blackheath. You can also buy print or PDF formats
through the Andromeda Spaceways website, www.andromedaspaceways.com.
ANTIPODEAN SF issue 119 features short short fiction (500 words or
less) from the following writers: David Such, Rachael Ryan, Tavis
Potts, Francis Conaty, Shaun A. Saunders, Hannah Steenbock, Alan
Delaney, João Ventura, Leslie Blake and Luke Kepreotis. See
www.antisf.com for full details.
GRAHAM STONE' Australian Science Fiction Bibliography and Notes on
Australian Science Fiction covering Aus SF commentary, reviews etc
from 1848-1950s. (indispensable if you're researching the history of
SF in Australia.). For a copy of the catalogue send a sase to 205/24
Victoria St, Burwood, NSW, 2134. NEW CATALOGUE OUT NOW! Graham's
threatening it will be one of his last catalogues, so get in quick
and buy up big!
LEIGH BLACKMORE's Raven books, specialising in dark and horror
fiction also includes Sequence comics. For a catalogue e-mail
lvxnox@gmail. 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, Vic, 3163. The latest edition of Out of the Bin Jan-
March 08 acknowledges the work Bruce Gillespie has done to put
Australian fanzines on the world map via ANZAPA (q.v.) It also notes
that Merv has been active in fandom and bookselling for over 50 years
FRIENDS OF LINDA COX CHAN (FOLCC) raise money to donate to Juvenile
Diabetes Research, Australia by selling donated books etc. (Current
tally $2.) Books looking for new homes:A-Team colouring and activity
books: Dragon on a Pedestal by Piers Anthony, Panglor by Jeffrey
A.Carver, Hell on High(Disney World is nothing compared to this
place: Extinct Species Petting Zoo, waterpark with real mermaids) by
Ted Nolan. Wings in the Night, a vampire romance trilogy plus bonus
short story by Maggie Shayne. Silhouette publication. WILL SELL AS A
CHEAP JOB LOT IF YOU'RE INTERESTED- Edwina.
Art cards by Marianne Plumridge and Bob Eggleton also for sale. E-
mail Edwina Harvey at edwinafan@yahoo. com (Donations of books always
HATCH, MATCH & DISPATCH:
Actor CHARLTON HESTON who appeared in Planet of the Apes, among many
other movies including Moses and The 10 Commandments.passed away 6th
April aged 86.
British fan and bookseller, KEN SLATER. Ken ran a bookshop (?) called
Fantast Medway and helped Merv Binns source a lot of books for the
Melbourne Science Fiction Club library. He had been a bookseller and
member of fandom for over 50 years.
He died at age 90 in February, 2008. (Reported in "Out of the Bin")
EDWINA HARVEY is happy to report the cataract surgery went well,
though she has since had a mild overdose of Battlestar Galactica DVDs.
Writer, ASIM art director & fan, SUE BURSZTYNSKI is recovering after
being knocked down by a car at the end of a brief holiday in Tasmania.
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. For further details including meeting
details check the MSFC website at www.vicnet.net. au/~msfc. May 9,
guest speaker: Nicki Greenberg, May 23, guest speaker: Christopher
Ride. (Updates by Thomas Bull.)
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
FEDERATION SQUARE (Melbourne) SF & Fantasy genres book reading
group.Free to attend, Meet on the 2nd Saturday of every month from
11.30am at Cafe Beer Delux in Federation Square. E-mail
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.
Sliding membership depending on what month you join. Full year
m/ship: $24 (or $35 for a family membership) which gets you 7 issues
of the newsletter. Members receive discounts at ABC shops and
Minotuar in Elizabeth St, Melbourne. See http://www.vicnet.
*SFFiG* SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY in GEELONG
http://au.groups.yahoo.com/group/SFFiG/ Irregular meets announced via
email. Discussions, trivia & games, news and more! (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 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 canberrascifi@ hotmail.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:
email@example.com, phone 0416 269 726 or check
The DR WHO CLUB OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA is regenerating. They will meet
on the first Saturday of each month 12.30-5pm at The Collins St
Centre, Cnr Shaftesbury Ave and Collins St, South Perth. Club stalls,
info, afternoon tea and entertainment. See their temporary website:
www.comedydownunder.com/westlodge/ or phone Aaron on (08?) 0400 1957.
JAFWA is Perth's largest & oldest anime group. They offer screenings
in the Jones lecture theatre, Curtin University from 5pm on any
Saturday that isn't the first Saturday of the month. See
http://jafwa.asn.au for full details.
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 Trekkers Fan Club usually meet at the PCYC,
Fortitude Valley on the second Sunday of the month (though this
occasionally changes) . Contact Mary Kemp either by phone: 07
32904243 or by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. The club's snail mail
address is still PO BOX 2084, Brisbane, QLD. 4001. Quest's new
website will be up and running in the near future. (Reported by Mary
The Brisbane Babylon 5ers website is at http://bb5ers. com (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://visionwriter s,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
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.infinita
s.com.au/ WritersGroup. php for meeting dates.(Reported by Tim Martin
via Ted Scribner).
SYDNEY FUTURIANS: No current web site at this time. Contact
address:P.O. Box 152 Bexley North, NSW, 2207 Usually meet on the 3rd
Friday of the month (except for December) in the foyer of UTS
building, Broadway at 6.55pm. Meeting dates: May 16th,
June 20th, July 18th, Aug 15th, Sept 19th, Oct 17th, Nov 21st, Dec
STARWALKING (NSW) http://sydskyforce. starwalking. net holds meetings
at 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,
Kensington, Sydney. http://www.spocksoc .unsw.edu. au
VORTEX: SF Events happening in Brisbane, can be found at
SUPANOVA: Australia's largest Pop Culture Expo, (Comics, cosplay,
games, toys, authors & more) offering activities for the whole family.
SUPANOVA SYDNEY: June 20-22, The Dome, Olympic Park,Homebush.
(Jennifer Fallon, Marianne De Pierres among the GoH's)
SUPANOVA PERTH: June 27-29. Claremont Showgrounds.(Tickets can be
booked through Ticketek. See http://www.supanova.com.au for more
THE MEDIEVAL IMAGINATION is a display of over 90 illuminated
manuscripts from the 8th to the 16th centuries open daily from 10-5
at the State Library of Victoria until 15th June.
Melbourne Anime Festival, Manifest 2008, 26-28 September 2008.
Melbourne, Vic. Further information forthcoming at
http://www.manifest.org.au (Reported by Thomas Bull.)
GoH = Guest of Honour, OCP = Other Commitments Permitting, tba= to be
BABYLON 5 1 day conventions. GOH TRACY SCOGGINS. Melbourne May 3rd,
Sydney May 4th. (Friends of Science Fiction event? EH) (Reported on
SERENITY Sydney 10th May, Melbourne 11th May. GoH's Ron Glass and
Jason Palmer. Day memberships now $110, or $500 VIP See
www.thehubproductions.com/apr08 for full details (Update by Thomas
ARMAGEDDON (SYDNEY) 3-4 May. The Big Top, Luna Park. See
www.armageddonexpo.com for details.
MELBOURNE SCIENCE FICTION SOC ALL-CLUB Mini-Con, Saturday 17 May
2008, St David's Uniting Church Hall, 74 Melville Rd, West
Brunswick , 10:00am - 4:30pm. GoH: Shaun Tan. $10 admission, $5
concession, $20 family. (Reported by Thomas Bull.)
BUFFY PALOOZA: 7th & 8th June, 9am to 6pm, Sydney 7th June, Melbourne
8th June. Venues to be announced. GoH's: Juliet Landau, Larry Bagby,
and R.D. Price and others tba. Day ticket: $100, Weekend ticket:
$180, VIP day ticket: $450, VIP weekend ticket: $800 Further details
GEN CON(tm) Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Queensland,
3rd -6th July, 2008, 4 day Anime, Board Games, Collectable Card and
Miniatures Games, Computer and Console Games, CosPlay, Historical and
Fantasy Wargames, along with Tabletop and Live Action Role Playing
Games. Sean Williams, Marianne de Pierres and Stephen Dedman will be
among the Guest of Honour. For full information see www.GenConoz.com
CONRUNNER 2008, 28-29 June 08, Britannia Hotel, Wolverhampton, UK. A
convention about running conventions. Membership 25 pounds.
Vegas Trek 2008 Departs Australia on August 5 - 2008 Tours Los
Angeles and Las Vegas including a five day pass to the Vegas Star
Trek convention Organised by Vortex Events Tour information
DENVENTION 3: The Worldcon in 2008 will be held in Denver, 6-10
August 08. Attending and supporting members of Denvention 3 can vote
for the hugos up until 1st July. Attending and supporting members of
Denvention 3 can also vote for the site selection of the 2010
worldcon. Seeing as how Australia is running for the 2010 Worldcon,
this could be really useful for local readers. (yes, this is a hint
guys!) See http://www.denver2008.com.
CONFLUX 5: October 3-6, 2008, The Marque Hotel, Canberra.
International GoH: Sharyn November; Australian GoH: Jack Dann, Cat
Sparks; Local GoH: Gillian Polack; Fan GoH: Bruce Gillespie. Price
until July 31 - full $160, student $140. Workshops will be held on
Friday and Monday afternoon, information available soon. Saturday
night dinner set in Prohibition New York, prices not yet available.
WASTELAND II - the Age of Iron at the Good Earth Hotel, Perth,18th-
19th October,2008. Steampunk/Victoriana/Retrofuturism themed
convention. GoH: Nick Stathopoulos, local GoH: Alisa Krasnostein. Fan
GoH Tom "Tommo" Eitelhuber. Prices are $65 for full memberships, $60
for concession memberships and $35 for day passes paid in advance.
For more details contact: email@example.com or check out
ARMAGEDDON (MELBOURNE) 1-2 November, Melbourne Exhibition Centre. See
www.armageddonexpo.com for more details.
GENGHIS CON Rampage. Games, panels, Larp, Pizza, Prizes, Movies and a
Giant Squid Monster. 9-11th January, Trinity College, Nedlands,
Perth. $25 full membership, $10 day membership. See
NULLUS ANXIETAS (Melbourne) (Discworld convention.) February 2009
(Reported by Thomas Bull.). See Website: http://ausdwcon.org/
AUSTRALIAN NATCON 2009 will be in Adelaide. Queens Birthday Long
weekend, 2009. No details available about GoHs or venue as at
Swancon. Closing ceremony - Edwina
ANTICIPATION, the 2009 Worldcon will be in CANADA . See
www.anticipationsf.ca for full details.
The World Fantasy Convention in 2009 will be held in San Jose,
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.
The World Fantasy Convention in 2010 will be held in Columbus, Ohio.
OTHER INFORMATION RESOURCES:
The Inkspillers web site, http://www.inkspill ers.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.collecti ngbooksandmagazines.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 scifireporter@ yahoo.com
SMW Editing & Proof reading services for academic (including theses),
fiction & non-fiction. For more details or arrange a quote, e-mail
s.murraywhite@ veritel.com. au
If you want a great fanzine resource offering fanzines in PDF format,
go to http://efanzines.com where Bill Burns hosts the electronic
versions of a wide variety of the world's best fanzines. Australians
whose fanzines are available include Bill Wright, Bruce Gillespie,
Kim Huett and Ron Clarke.
The Bullsheet is available as a FREE monthly e-mail through the
AUSSFBULL mailing list. To join send a blank e-mail to AUSSFBULL-
subscribe@yahoogrou ps.com. The latest version is also on the
Bullsheet web page http://members. optusnet. com.au/aussfbull /,
http://www.geocities.com/edwinafan/ bullsheetThe Bullsheet is also
available as a snail-mail subscription for 24x50 cent stamps (or $12)
sent to Edwina Harvey c/- 12 Flinders St, Matraville, 2036. Send your
news e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org,
Visit Celestial Cobbler for silk and ceramic craft with a SF &
Fantasy bent see. http://members.optushome.com.au/cobbler42/
For no sufficiently explained reason this Fanzine still supports The
Minneapolis in '73 Worldcon Bid