The Australian Science Fiction Bullsheet #134 – January 14 2000

A lazar-like  newszine produced for the Australian National Science
Fiction Association by Marc Ortlieb, P.O. Box 215, Forest Hill,
Vict, 3131, AUSTRALIA
	Postal subscriptions $6-00 for ten.(Cheques made out to
Marc Ortlieb please. Stamps accepted). Available for items of
gossip. E-mailed direct, a once off $10 fee.  Free copy from aus.sf
on Internet or at


	Adrian Sherlock reports "Following the pilot series of Damon Dark
(five episodes) screening on Channel 31 and at Aussiecon Three, a
new series has gone into pre-production, this time with the aim of
making it a completely professional production for sale to cable
television networks and mainstream video distributors. It will be
entirely digital and far more polished than the series we made for
community television.
	The new series is being produced by Jennifer Douglas and directed
by Hollywood-trained Nick Black, a regular on 3RRR's Film Buff's
forecast. Auditions are being held in early January for the best
possible cast.
	Sian O'Neale, Dr.Who Fanzine writer and publisher, is also involved
in the new series as a writer.We have plans to get Damon Dark off
Earth, visiting other planets and possibly other times, and we want
to see how far we can go with creating interesting-looking aliens,
too. So, any writers out there who think they have the ability
should get in touch before we're all booked up!"
	They also have a web page as below:

	Kate Orman gets a brief mention as a correspondent in Graeme
Leech's Melba column in the Australian 31/12/99. That British bod
who came to Australia to collect a couple of Hugos last September,
Dave Langford, has a piece in the Christmas/New Year issue of New
Scientist. And what a surprise. Lots of futurology stuff in the
papers on January 1st 2000. John Baxter gets a piece on SF Film in
the Age Good Weekend, which also has a piece on future predictions
by David Dale, who mistakenly attributes the first mention of
cryogenics to a 1964 book by Robert Ettinger. There's a piece on
Graeme Base in the Saturday Extra and an article on where sf films
got it right or wrong by Shane Danielsen in the Australian. Jack
Dann's Counting Coup was noted as one of 2000's novels to watch in
The Australian 1-2/1/2000 Sara Douglass has a letter regarding
University pass rates in the Age Good Weekend 8/1/2000. Damien
Broderick notes "Spikish thing by me, `Stranger than Fiction',
opened Courier-Mail 1/1/2000 supplement on the Future. Nice folks,
those Brisbaners." Race Matthews has the featured letter - dealing
with Credit Unions - in the Age 10/1/2000.

	David Arblaster noted "Jamie [Reuel] was seriously injured in a
motor accident on the Tuesday before Christmas.  He has had
successful microsurgery to save his left foot and a number of bones
in his lower leg are badly broken but longer term prospects of
recovery are good."
	In a later note, David added "When I saw him last Jamie was
optimistic of being moved down to Warrnambool to be near / at his
parents place, notwithstanding the fact that his leg still had pins
and so on in it."
	Yet further information, from Julian Warner, noted that Jamie had a
further operation on January 10 and is hoping to be at his parents'
home in Warnambool on Saturday.
	David continues "I have since struck further medical trouble of my
own, another cyst having blown on my right lung.  Fortunately the
preventatative operations that I had are keeping the lung up and
the air leak local; so no chest drain has been necessary so far.  A
flat tyre on the road to recovery you might say."

	Susan Batho notes "Would you believe I got an Australian
Postgraduate Research Award which means after 30 years I get to go
back to full-time study, to complete my PhD in, of all things,
	It still feels strange that they paid me last semester to teach a
course on fans (under the guise of Media Audiences)....
	Life is still full of wonder...."
	Sue Ann Barber's move to Melbourne should occur this Saturday

	The 2000 DUFF race is shaping up to be interesting, with rumours of
candidates from Victoria, New South Wales and Western Australia.


	Rose Mitchell reports on the bid  for the 2002 Natcon in Melbourne.
"Plans are progressing well; in fact things are coming together
rapidly. Lots of fans around Australia have offered support and/or
a commitment to be involved. This is indeed encouraging and the
feedback and advice we've received has been extremely useful.
	Rose lists the core committee as follows:"Rose Mitchell, Nick
Price, Bev Hope and David Arblaster (Programming), Paula McGrath
(Site Liaison), Sharon Nebel (Treasurer), Frank Dersken are the
core group -- the people who do the mundane crap. " She also listed
a large number of supporters more than we had on the Australia in
'99 Bidding Committee
	Rose is looking for feedback from people on what they would like to
see at a Melbourne NatCon. Contact her at


Australian National Doctor Who Convention. February 4 - 6 2000
GsoH: Sylvester McCoy (7th Dr) and Nicola Bryant (Peri). Fan Guest:
Karen Herkes Rydges North Sydney $120 to January 15th. At door rate
is $140 and day rate of $80. Children's under 16, $10 less than
adult rates. Make all cheques payable to Whovention (not Whovention
2000) P.O. Box 4 Epping NSW 2121 Australia

February 26 2000 The Masonic Centre Sydney Nichelle Nichols and
Chase Masterson

March 11 -12 2000 The Southern Cross Hotel, Sydney Theme: Babylon 5
Guests: Richard Biggs, Patricia Tallman, Jeffrey Willerth For more
information: or (02) 9453 0290

April 2 2000 The Gazebo Hotel Sydney GsoH Kate Mulgrew Rene
Auberjonois & Jeremy Bulloch

April 6-9, Brisbane, Australia GoH Ray Harryhausen.

3 April 14-16 2000 Mercure Hotel Brisbane GsoH Peter Wingfield,
Valentine Pelka & Anthony De Longis $165 P.O. Box 198 Brisbane
Albert St Qld 4002  ph (07) 3282 4220.

39th National Australian Science Fiction Convention April
20th-24th, 2000.  Ascot Inn, Belmont, WA. GsoH Connie Willis and
Ian Nichols. Gratuitous interstate guest  "Mitch" Other guests
include Stephen Dedman, Sue Isle, Jack Dann, Janeen Webb, Sean
Williams and Tess Williams Swancon 25  GPO Box G429 Perth W.A.
6892 $70 Aus until January 1st 2000 $20

April 21-23 2000 Dallas Brooks Centre Melbourne GsoH Tim Brooke
Taylor & Graeme Garden [o.c.p.]  Contact The Goodies Rule - OK!
P.O. Box 325 Chadstone Vic 3148 $100 until 20/1/99 $120 until

May 7 2000  10:00am to 6:00pm Guest (commitments pending) :. $50
FSF members and $60 nonmembers (02) 9523 8385 Box
797, Fairfield, NSW, 1860.

May 13 2000 - A day with Nicole deBoer

Mid 2000 tba 

The 2000 New Zealand National SF Convention June 3 to 5 2000 West
Plaza Hotel Wellington GsoH Tad Williams Sara Douglass and Maree
Sole. Contact or

sinpOZium 2000 
The Australian Slash Con June 10 to 12 2000 (Queens Birthday
Weekend). Sydney. Convener Bernice
Official website
Mailing list

Chicon 2000 The 58th World Science Fiction Convention
August 31 to September 4, 2000 - Hyatt Regency Chicago IL GsoH Ben
Bova, Bob Eggleton, Jim Baen, Bob and Anne Passovoy, Toastmaster:
Harry Turtledove  $US135.00 for residents of North America
$US150.00 rate for bona fide residents of other continents P. O.
Box 642057, Chicago IL 60664, fax: 312-946-3779

40th Australian National Science Fiction Convention April 13-16
2001. GsoH tba The Rydges Hotel Perth. P.O. Box 162 Nedlands W.A.

The 2001 New Zealand National SF Convention Auckland.

The 59th World Science Fiction Convention  August 30 to September
3, 2001 The Pennsylvania Convention Center & Philadelphia Marriott
Hotel GsoH Greg Bear, Stephen Youll, Gardner Dozois, George
Scithers Toastmaster: Esther Friesner. Supporting  $US 40
Millennium Philcon Post Office Box 310 Huntingdon Valley, PA
19006-0310 U.S.A.

February 15-18 2002 Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Centre $A50
Daily Admission $100 until Dec 31st 2000; $A130 Jan 1st 2001 - Dec
31st 2001 $160 Jan 1st 2002 - Feb 15th 2002 The Australian
Costumers' Guild PO Box 322 Bentleigh Vic 3204

The 60th World Science Fiction Convention August 29 to September 2,
2002  San Jos McEnery Convention Centre GsoH Vernor Vinge, David
Cherry, Bjo & John Trimble, Ferdinand Feghoot Toastmaster Tad
Williams. P.O. Box 61363 Sunnyvale CA 94088-1363 U.S.A. Attending $A150.
Supporting $A50.

GoH = Guest of Honour
O.C.P. = Other Commitments Permitting
tba= to be announced. 

	Trevor Gensch notes in the aus.sf news group  "Belated
congratulations to the Brisbane Doctor Who Fan club on reaching the
official 10 year milestone on the 7th January 2000.
	On 7th January 1990 the club first met at Queensland University of
Technology, B Block, Room BLT3, Brisbane. The stories screened were
Battlefield and An Unearthly Child.  I can still remember very
fondly the roar that issued from the crowd assembled when Bessie
was unveiled.
	Congratulations, and here's to another 10 years!"


Note that there is an annual calendar available on the Vicnet SF
web site at


CONQUEST February 6 Red Cross Centre 409 Adelaide St Brisbane GPO
Box 1376 Brisbane Qld 4001


CRITICAL MASS February 2 2000  Critical Mass Quiz Night  Writers
Centre Adelaide PO Box 3355, Rundle Mall, Adelaide, SA 5000

1999 AUREALIS AWARDS  Monday March 6 2000  6:00pm South Australian
Writers' Centre, Second Floor 187 Rundle Mall Adelaide S.A.


MSFC January 14  Summer SF Films January 21  SF and the Internet
January 28  1950s SF   .8:00 pm St. David's Uniting Church Hall, 74
Melville Road, West Brunswick P.O. Box 212 World Trade Centre
Melbourne 3005

FRIDAY NIGHT MOB   January 14 , January 21  January 28  6-7.30pm.
Informal eating and nattering. Myers Cafeteria Melbourne

ENTERPRISE January 22  Joint Beach Day with The Australian Babylon
5 Fan Club P.O. Box 466 World Trade Centre Melbourne 3005 0418
56 1701

SPACED OUT 27th January 2000 A Night With The Stars Hosted by
Stella Constellation 8pm at the Melbourne Planetarium Bookings 9392
4819 or contact the club if you want to be part of our group
booking  29th January 2000 Public Meeting Discuss future directions
of the club for 2000 and beyond. 2pm at ALSO Building, 1/35 Cato
Street, Prahran Contact P.O. Box 363 Preston Vic 3072 Alan (03)
9824 1545

Open to all members of the Foundation. Contact Cath Ortlieb for
more details if you wish to attend - P.O. Box 215 Forest Hill Vic
3131, or (03) 9803-9480

AUSTRALIAN BABYLON 5 FAN CLUB January 31 P.O.Box 437,Sunshine,VIC.

AUSTREK February 5 2000 2pm St Marks' Church Hall, cnr Canterbury &
Burke Roads, Camberwell "Should auld acquaintance be forgot ..."GPO
Box 5206AA Melbourne 3001 03 9489 8743


PARAKEET 5-7 Claire Brialey & Mark Plummer 26 Northampton Rd
Croydon Surrey CR0 7HA UK or 14 Narthway Rd Croydon Surrey CR0 6JE

VANAMONDE 333-337 John Hertz 236 S. Coronado St No 409 Los Angeles
CA 90057 USA


ANSIBLE 150  Dave Langford, 94 London Road, Reading, Berkshire, RG1
5AU, UK. Fax  0705 080 1534.

EMERALD CITY  52 Cheryl Morgan

Wilkinson, 15 Manor Drive, Southgate, London, N14 5JH, Great


I've been through the Vicnet Links pages, checking as many as I
could. Please feel free to check this at and send me any additions
or corrections you feel appropriate.


Karen Johnson

Sherlock Productions (Damon Dark)

Australian Fan History Mailing List


Bullsheet #135			January 25 2000.
Conquest Logo Competition	January 14 2000
George Turner Prize		January 28 2000
ANZAPA 193			February 7 2000
DUFF Nominations		February 15 2000
GUFF Nominations		April 14 2000

This Fanzine Supports The Minneapolis in '73 WorldCon Bid The
Toronto in 2003 WorldCon Bid. The Nieuw Amsterdam in '04 WorldCon
Bid and the Australia in 2007 WorldCon Bid


This is a list of fanzines I've seen in 1999. It excludes fanzines
distributed only through apas.

2 Loonies and A Softy Toy Phil, Frances & Renaldo 
The Australian Science Fiction Bullsheet Marc Ortlieb 
Australian SF News Alan Stewart & Merv Binns 
The Communicator Derek Screen 
Conscript Kathy Cornish
Ethel the Aardvark Karen Pender Gunn/Paul Ewins 
The Force Jan Wilson
The Instrumentality Richard Hryckiewicz & Cath Ortlieb
Kalien James Allen
The Mentor Ron Clarke
The Monotreme Ian Robinson
Mumblings From Munchkinland  Chris Nelson
Oscillation Overthruster  Sue Ann Barber
Out of the Kaje  Karen Johnson
PhaNews Phantasia Bookshop
Pink Mind Wallabies Karen Pender
The Rhyzome Factor Cathy Cupitt
The Rubbish Binns  Merv and Helena Binns
The Slow Glass Books Catalogue Cheryl Louch
South Fur Lands  Jason Gaffney
Thyme Alan Stewart
Ultrawarp Time Trekkers
Voice of the Platypus  Paul Ewins

In addition, copies of the following semi-prozines have been seen
or noted

The Coode Street Chronicles 

Please feel free to send me additions to this list and to the one

1999 Australian SF, F and Horror Anthologies, Critique and

Strange Constellations: A History of Australian Science Fiction Russell Blackford, Van Ikin & Sean McMullen Greenwood
Not the Only Planet Damien Broderick(anthology) Lonely Planet Press
Centaurus Damien Broderick David Hartwell (anthology)
George Turner: A Life 1916-1997 Judith Buckrich M.U.P.
The Lady of Situations Stephen Dedman (collection) Ticonderoga Publications
Antique Futures Terry Dowling (collection) MP Books
The Aurealis Mega Oz Sf Anthology Stephen Higgins & Dirk Strasser Chimaera Publications
Excursions Through Science Fiction and Feminism Helen Merrick & Tess Williams University of Western Australia
New Adventures in Sci-Fi Sean Williams (collection) Ticonderoga Publications
1999 Australian SF, F and Horror Novels

The Keeping Place  Isobelle Carmody
The View From Ararat Brian Caswell
Last T'En  Cory Daniells
Foreign Bodies Stephen Dedman Tor
The Betrayal of Arthur Sara Douglass MacMillan
Crusader Sara Douglass Harper Collins
Teranesia Greg Egan Gollancz
The Cursed Towers  Kate Forsyth Arrow
The Alchemist's Key  Tracy Harding
Hidden From View  Richard Harland Pan MacMillan
Dark is the Moon  Ian Irvine Penguin
The Way Between the Worlds Ian Irvine Penguin
The Ivory Trail Victor Kelleher Viking
White Plume Mountain Paul Kidd TSR
Voice Of The Demon Kate Jacoby Golancz
Time Future Maxine McArthur Corgi
Worlds Apart Chuck McKenzie Hybrid Publications
Souls in the Great Machine Sean McMullen
Daughter of the Forest Juliet Marillier Macmillan
Lady of the Flowers Sophie Masson Corgi
Carolan's Concerto Caiseal Mor Random House
Liquid Gold Tansy Rayner Roberts Corgi
Spare Parts Sally Rogers-Davidson Penguin
Aramaya Jane Routley
Active Passive Neutral Jim Shellens Minerva
Down There in Darkness George Turner
Fireflaught Andrew Whitmorem Harper Collins
Grimoire Kim Wilkins
The Prodigal Sun Sean Williams & Shane Dix. Ace

1999 Australian Science Fiction, Horror and Fantasy Short Stories 

"The Ever-Smiling Mr Spleensplatter" Alan Arnold AntipodeanSF 21 
"The Love of Beauty" Kirsten Bishop Aurealis #24
"The Penultimate Rabbit"Jason R. Bleckly Harbinger Issue 2 
"Enigmatic Mausoleum" Rob Bleckly The Aurealis Mega Oz SF Anthology  
"New Map of Hell" Symon Brando Abaddon #2  
"The Fish" Simon Brown AntipodeanSF 11  
"Account Dracula" Adam Browne Orb #0  
"Whispers of the Mist Children" Trudi Canavan Aurealis #23  
"Against the Fall of Night" Brendan Carson Altair #3  
"Bianca the Untaken" Brendan Carson  Harbinger Issue 1 
"The No Escape Claus" Brendan Carson AntipodeanSF 19  
"The Rats" Brendan Carson AntipodeanSF 11 
"Basilisk" Andrew Chapman Aurealis #24  
"Voyage to Abydos" Gitte Christensen Aurealis #24  
"Rapunzle! Rapunzel! Stay Where You Are!" Andrew Collings Harbinger Issue 1  
"The Grandmaster's Last Crusade" Robert Cox Aurealis #24  
"She Sees in Different Shades"  Rjurik Davidson  Aurealis #23   
"Making Contact in Skin-tight Duds"Marianne de Pierres Eidolon 28  
"Unequal Laws"  Stephen Dedman  Science Fiction Age March 1999   
"The Vision of a Vanished Good"  Stephen Dedman  The Lady of Situations
"Down Flowers"  Terry Dowling  Orb #0
"The View in Nancy's Window" Terry Dowling Interzone Aug 99 
"Roses"  Danielle Ellis  Aurealis #24
"Johnny Sharman"  Jennifer Etherton  Altair #3
"The Old God Begins to Assert Himself"  John Ezzy  Aurealis #24
"The Queen's New Lover"  Charles Ferguson  AntipodeanSF 15
"The Driver"Robin Mark Ford Harbinger Issue 4  
"Alice in the Rabbit Hole"  Anthony Fordham  Aurealis #23
"Shadow Play" Owen D. Godfrey AntipodeanSF 21
"When Words Come To Life" Shane Griffin AntipodeanSF 22
"The Lives of Talia Brie"  Cameron Fade Gurr  Aurealis #23
"Vacancy"  Jo Hamlet  AntipodeanSF 12
"Hunting the Watchers"  Heather Hammonds  Harbinger Issue 2
"The Dragon Ring"  Edwina Harvey  Harbinger Issue 1
"Earth Girls Aren't Easy"  Edwina Harvey  AntipodeanSF 10
"Helga"  Edwina Harvey  Leaves of the Forest Muse
"Off Course,Of Course"  Edwina Harvey  Antipodean SF 18
"Only Women Bleed"  Edwina Harvey  Harbinger Issue 2
"Up on the Roof" Edwina Harvey Harbinger Issue 4
"The Mars Tiles" Paul Hassing Eidolon 28
"Stands of Self"  Nathan Hobby  Altair #3
"Ground Underfoot"  Robert Hood  Aurealis #23
"Primal Etiquette"  Robert Hood  Orb #0
"Redemption"  Katherine Howell  The Aurealis Mega Oz SF Anthology
"Sisterchild"  Sue Isle  Orb #0
"Balloon"  Trent Jamieson  Antipodean SF #18
"Naked"  Trent Jamieson  Altair #3
"Captain Starlight and the Flying Saucer" S. Ivan Jurisevic Interzone Aug 99
"Isle of the Dancing Dead"  Rick Kennett  Orb #0 (Originally published 1991)
"Rookwood"  Rick Kennett & Bryce Stevens  Aurealis #24
"Bare Walls" Jodie Kewley Eidolon 28
"Over the Hump"  John Kilbey  Abaddon #2
"Chinese Rooms" Chris Lawson Eidolon 28
"Written In Blood"  Chris Lawson  Asimov's June 1999
"Arise You Soft Machines"  Brent Lillie  The Aurealis Mega Oz SF Anthology
"Hit Delete"  Brent Lillie  The Mentor 94
"The Spider"  R.G. McCartney  Aurealis #24
"Teddy Cat" Catherine S. McMullen Interzone Aug 99
"New Words of Power" Sean McMullen Interzone Aug 99
"The Glass Jeweller"  Geoffrey Maloney  AntipodeanSF 12
"Green Keeping"  Geoffrey Maloney  AntipodeanSF 15
"In the Service of the Shogarth" Geoffrey Maloney Harbinger Issue 4
"The Parallax Garden"  Geoffrey Maloney  Abaddon #2
"Science Fiction vs the Aliens"  Geoffrey Maloney  Harbinger Issue 2
"Inspiration"  Liz Martin  AntipodeanSF 10
"Escape from Stalingrad" Kain Massin Harbinger Issue 4
"Map Magic" Robbie Matthews AntipodeanSF 21
"Emotional Bypass" Andrew Morris Eidolon 28
"The Military-Industrial Complexion" Anthony Morris Interzone Aug 99
"Residual Contract"  Ion Newcombe  Harbinger Issue 1
"The Heart Drummer" Simon Ng Eidolon 28
"The Artist"  Alistair Ong  Aurealis #23
"The Bicycle Net Kate Orman Interzone Aug 99
"Wait" James Overton AntipodeanSF 22
"Ark To Nowhere" Tony Plank AntipodeanSF 20
"The Last Time Keeper"  Tony Plank Harbinger Issue 1
"Mind Over Matter"  Tony Plank AntipodeanSF 10
"Trying to Cope"  Carrolline Rhodes AntipodeanSF 18
"When The Bitumen Ran Out" Rob Riel AntipodeanSF 19
"The Glamoured Girl" Tansy Rayner Roberts Harbinger Issue 4
"A Literal Legend"  Tansy Rayner Roberts  Harbinger Issue 2
"Romancing the WWW"  Tansy Rayner Roberts  Orb #0
"Earth Speed" Noel Robertson AntipodeanSF 20
"Landlocked"  Helen Sargeant  Aurealis #23
"Assassin"  Tony Shillitoe  Harbinger Issue 2
"Honour"  Tony Shillitoe  Altair 4
"Writer's Block"  Lawrence M. Shoen  Harbinger Issue 1
"The Little Ones" Robert N. Stephenson Interzone Aug 99
"Breaking the Ice"  Robert N. Stephenson  Altair 4
"Re-Creation"  Robert N Stephenson  Harbinger Issue 1
"Strange Encounter" Robert N. Stephenson Harbinger Issue 4
"The Fisherman and the Cormorant" Andrew Sullivan, Harbinger Issue 4
"The Ultimate Hack"  Andrew Sullivan AntipodeanSF 19
"The Queen of Erewhon"  Lucy Sussex  F&SF September 1999
"Aliens are Equal"  Kurt von Trojan  Harbinger Issue 1
"The Face of Evil"  Kurt von Trojan  Harbinger Issue 2
"The Feast"  Kyla Ward  Aurealis #24
"Please Check the Number You Have Dialled"  A. John Wallace  Aurealis #24
"Evermore"("Or The Lies That Bind")  Sean Williams  Altair 4
"Ghosts of the Fall"  Sean Williams  New Adventures in Sci-Fi
"The Land Itself"  Sean Williams  New Adventures in Sci-Fi
"Atrax"  Sean Williams and Simon Brown  New Adventures in Sci-Fi
"Dark Gardens"  Sean Williams  New Adventures in Sci-Fi
"The Ugly Alien" Tom Williams AntipodeanSF 20

1999 Australian Young Adult SF, F and Horror Novels

The Puppet: After Dark #35  Ian Bone Lothian
Stuck in Fast Forward Damien Broderick & Rory Barnes Harper Collins
The Landlord: After Dark #40  Isobelle Carmody Lothian
Sniwt  Justin D'Ath Allen & Unwin
The Upside Down Girl  Justin D'Ath Allen & Unwin
Mystery At Devon House  Cory Daniells Lothian
Tajore Arkle  Jackie French Harper-Collins
Kristen Jonathan Harlen Headline
The Hicksvile Horror: After Dark  Nette Hilton Lothian
Into the Dark  Victor Kelleher Viking
A Dark Victory  Dave Luckett Omnibus
The Other Side of Dawn  John Marsden Macmillan
Endsville  S.R. Martin Scholastic
Clementine  Sophie Masson Hodder-Stoughton
Doom Child  Aaron Moses
The Bell of Germelshausen: After Dark  Eleanor Nilsson Lothian
The Millstone: After Dark #36  Michael O'Hara Lothian
The Unmaker  Michael Pryor Hodder-Stoughton
Rowan and the Zebak  Emily Rodda Omnibus
Dark Lord of Geeragh  Veronica Sweeney Harper Collins
The Ancient Secret  Rick Wilkinson Allen & Unwin
Teeth of the Storm  Rick Wilkinson Allen & Unwin

Compiled by Marc Ortlieb, using information provided by Marc
Ortlieb, Russell B. Farr, Ion Newcombe, Edwina Harvey, Chris
Lawson, Geoffrey Maloney

	I have no doubt that it is incomplete. Please send ,me corrections,
either by snailmail or by e_mail.