The Australian Science Fiction Bullsheet 39 – June 2005

The Australian Science Fiction Bullsheet 39
June 2005
ISSN 1445-4319 (print version), ISSN 1445-4327 (online version)


STAR WARS: Revenge of the Sith is breaking all box office records 
despite mixed reviews.

HARRY POTTER and the Half-blood Prince, the 6th HP novel from J.K. 
Rowling is scheduled to be published on July 16.

SHREK 3 will reunite Shrek, Donkey. Fiona and Puss In Boots as well 
as introducing a new character, young Artie (A young King Arthur) to 
be voiced by Justin Timberlake. Don't hold your breath waiting 
though; Shrek 3 is not expected to be released until 2007. (Reported 
on SF Weekly, relayed by Julie Townsend,)

DR WHO: INSIDE THE TARDIS starring Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy and 
Katy Manning will be touring Australia in July/August. See "Events" 
for full tour dates.

INFLUX, the debut novel from J.C. Jones recently topped the science 
fiction best seller list of e-books, overtaking sales of Douglas 
Adams' Hitch-hikers Guide to the Galaxy. (Reported on SF Crowsnest.)

KELLEY ARMSTRONG, Canadian author of "Women of the Otherworld" will 
be guest ay Marianne de Pierres Parrish's Patch site from 1-3 June.

GALAXY BOOKSHOP (York St, Sydney) AUTHOR SIGNINGS: Anne Bishop, Wed, 
8th June, 5pm; Kate Forsyth, Thurs 23 June, 6pm; Neil Gaiman, 
Wednesday 20th July, 12.30pm;  Robin Hobb Thurs 21st July 6pm, Jeff 
Vandermeer, Thurs 6 Oct, 6pm. (Reported by David Lynton.)

Forsyth, Sat 25th June, 1pm. Robin Hobb, Sat, 23 July 1pm.

SIMON HAYNES, whose revised novel HAL SPACEJOCK will be published by 
Fremantle Arts Centre Press later this year has some fun quiz's on 
his website .  

DITMAR HISTORY BACK ON THE WEB! Congratulations to Tony Plank who 
recently posted a history of the Australian Science Fiction Awards 
(aka "The Ditmars") on his website: 
This information had been sadly absent from the public domain since 
Marc Ortlieb closed his SF website several years ago.

SO LONG AND THANKS FOR ALL THE FISH? If anyone else would like to 
protest against Japan's plan to start killing 400+ humpback whales 
for scientific purposes per annum, and their bid to reintroduce 
commercial whaling can either send an e-mail to the Japanese 
Ambassador: or the Australian Prime Minister  (Edwina)
"Outside a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside a dog it's too 
dark to read"- Groucho Marx 

will be distributed shortly. Edited by Ben Payne, it features fiction 
from Stephen Dedman, Tina Connolly, Lawrence M. Schoen, Dirk 
Flinthart, Stuart Barrow, Lee Battersby, Eugie Foster, Susie Hawes, 
Eric Turowski and James Cain. Available from specialty bookshops 
around Australia, or direct from

ANTIPODEAN SF No. 84 featuring short,short stories (500 words) from  
Shaun A. Saunders, Tharsan Sivakumar, Nadine Riches, Jarrah Moore, 
Kylie Chan, Patty Jansen, Jack Slyde, John Craig, Michael Ward, and 
Don Mowbray an be viewed at or 

AUREALIS WEB SITE is now up and running at


FRONTIER MAGAZINE, formerly a Melbourne-based SF news print magazine 
is now available on-line at Contributions of 
articles, book reviews (Australian preferably) and news - especially 
about the new Dr Who series - welcome. Send to (Reported by Katharine Shade)

ORB. The next issue of Orb won't be printed until January 06, due to 
Sarah Endacott recently breaking her leg. (Reported by Sarah on the 

POTATO MONKEY's snail mail address is now PO Box 665 Lutwyche, Qld. 
4030. (Apologies to editor Ben Payne for missing this item last 
month. - Edwina.)

SHADOWED REALMS have secured the rights to publish SON OF THE BLACK 
CRUSADE. The prequel/sequel to Richard Harland's novel, "The Black 
Crusade". It will appear in issue 5 of Shadowed Realms at 
www.shadowedrealms/ in June. (Reported by Shane Jiraiya 
Cummings on the Visions list.)

STUDIES IN FANTASY LITERATURE 3, edited by Benjamin Szumskyj is now 

VISIONS magazine is evolving into Specusphere ( 
and is now open for submissions, as well as recruiting fiction 
editors, review editors etc. (Reported by Stephen Thompson on the 

THE PRISONER DILEMA, a new novel by Jon Blum based on Patrick 
McGoohan's The Prisoner TV series has been published and can be 
bought on line at, or ordered through specialty 
bookshops. ISBN 0-9677280-5-3. (Rreported by Kate Orman)

INTERPLANETARY EMMISSIONS is a new anthology looking for erotic 
male/male SF stories. Stories must have a sexual element, be well 
written and engage the reader. To 2,500 words. Submissions close 30 
June. Exclusive electronic rights for 1 year pays a one-off fee of US 
$50, and 1 month membership to the paid section 
of " website (on request.)

THE OUTCAST: is a new planned anthology from CSFG Publishing to be 
edited by Nicole R. Murphy. Open to submissions on the subject 
of "The Outcast" from June 1 to August 31 Full details available on

CROWSWING Books (UK) is seeking submissions for "When Graveyards 
Yawn" anthology. Deadline 1st September. See for full details. (Reported by Robin 
Thomas via the Visions list.)

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. New Tally 
$76! A really BIG THANK YOU to Bob Eggleton and Marianne Plumridge 
for donating autographed cards featuring their artwork. A montage of 
the styles available will soon appear on the Bullsheet website. Cards 
cost $3.50 each ( Including postage. Discounts if you buy more than 1 
card.) Books cost $3.50 each (plus $3.50 for postage. Discounts if 
purchasing more than 1.) Books looking for new homes: "Dr Who: The 
Scripts, Galaxy 4" by William Emms.  "Honor Harrington: The Honor of 
the Queen," by David Weber, "Arthur" and "Merlin" by Stephen Lawhead, 
Audio Books: "Star Trek: Time for Yesterday" by A.C. Crispin, 
featuring Leonard Nimoy and James Doohan, "Star Trek: Strangers From 
the Sky" by Margaret Wander Bonanno Featuring Leonard Nimoy and 
George Takei,  "Journey to the Centre of the Earth" by Jules Verne 
featuring John de Lancie and Leonard Nimoy. To buy books e-mail 
Edwina Harvey at 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. 


ARTHUR C. CLARKE AWARD was won this year by China Mieville for his 
novel Iron Council (Reported on the Visions list by Grace Dugan)

HUGO AWARDS. Short stories nominated for Hugo Awards this year can be 
viewed via 
Voting is only open to attendees or supporting members of Interaction 
(q.v.), Voting for the Hugo Awards closes on 8th July. 

DITMAR NOMIATIONS: Voting for the Ditmar awards, to be presented at 
Thylacon close at midnight on 8th June. Only attending and supporting 
members of Thylacon are eligible to vote. See for 
membership and voting forms. 
Nominees: Short Story: Deborah Biancotti: Number 3 Raw Place, 
Agog! Smashing Stories; Rjurik Davidson: The Interminable Suffering 
of Mysterious Mr Wu Aurealis #33; Margo Lanagan: Singing My Sister 
Down, Black Juice, Ben Peek: R, Agog! Smashing Stories
Novella or Novelette: Simon Brown: Water Babies, Agog! Smashing 
Stories; Stephen Dedman: The Whole of the Law, ASIM 13; Paul Haines: 
The Last Days of Kali Yuga, NFG Magazine, Vol 2, Issue 4, August 
2004; Richard Harland: Catabolic Magic, Aurealis #32, Cat Sparks: 
Home by the Sea, Orb #6, July
Novel: Richard Harland: The Black Crusade; Maxine McArthur: Less 
than Human; Sean Williams: The Crooked Letter; 
Collected Works Agog! Smashing Stories: ed. Cat Sparks; Black 
Juice: Margo Lanagan.
Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine: eds. Lyn Triffitt, Edwina 
Harvey, Andrew Finch, Zara Baxter, Robbie Matthews & Tehani Croft; 
Orb 6: ed. Sarah Endacott, Encounters: ed. Donna Hanson and Maxine 
McArthur, CSFG Publishing
 Professional Artwork: Les Petersen: cover of ASIM 12; Kerri 
Valkova: cover of The Black Crusade, Chimaera Publications, Cat 
Sparks: cover of Agog! Smashing Stories, Les Petersen: cover of 
Les Petersen: cover and internal ASIM 16
Fan Artwork: Sarah Xu 
William Atheling Jnr Award for Criticism or Review: Robert Hood: 
review of Weight of Water at Hood Reviews, asking "is this film a 
ghost story?"; Jason Nahrung: Why are publishers afraid of horror, 
Courier Mail, 20 March 2004; Ben Peek: review of Haruki Murakami's 
work in the Urban Sprawl Project
Professional Achievement: The Clarion South Team: negotiating 
with the US Clarion people, then promoting and establishing Clarion 
South which gives emerging writer the chance to work with the best in 
the business; Cat Sparks: editing and writing including winning third 
place in the writers of the future award; Margo Lanagan: for Black 
Juice; Maloney, Geoff: Tales of the Crypto-System, his short story 
publications; Sean Williams for The Crooked Letter and efforts in 
teaching; Jonathan Strahan for work over the year in internationally 
published reviews and in editing anthologies
Fan Achievement: Super Happy Robot Hour; Conflux convention 
committee; Continuum 2 convention committee. 
Fan Writer: Edwina Harvey; Bruce Gillespie.
Fan Website/Zine: Antipodean SF: ed Ion Newcomb; SF Bullsheet: 
ed Edwina Harvey & Ted Scribner; Gynaezine: ed Emma Hawkes and Gina 
New Talent: Chris Barnes; Stuart Barrow; Grace Dugan, Paul 
Haines, Barbra Robson, Brian Smith
(Relayed by Robin Johnson through the Eidolist.) (Thanks to everyone 
who nominated us! - Ted and Edwina.)

DUFF AWARDS: (Down Under Fan Fund) Congratulations to Joe Siclari who 
will be travelling from America to attend Thylacon and see Australia. 
He arrives in Sydney on Friday 3rd June, leaves Sydney for Hobart on 
Thurs 9th June, Hobart to Melbourne on Wed 15th June, Melb to Perth 
on Sun 19th June, Perth to Brisbane Wed 22nd, and flies out for 
America on 30th June 
NAFF: (National Australian Fan Fund) Congratulations to Zara Baxter 
who won the NAFF race for this year and who will be travelling to 
Thylacon, the Natcon in Hobart in June.

GUFF (Get Up and over Fan Fund) Congratulations to Damien Warman and 
Juliette Wood who will be travelling to Interaction, the Worldcon in 
Glasgow this August. (Reported by Jean Weber.)


Czech SF author, JOSEF NESVADBA, died at age 78. His death was 
announced by his family on 26th April. (Reported on SF Weekly, 
relayed by Julie Townsend.) 

Editor and writer, SARAH ENDACOTT is recovering from a broken leg.

US fan FRED PATTEN was still in the Rancho Los Amigos rehabilitation 
centre following a stroke. He has regained his ability to swallow. 
Discharge had been postponed until the end of May. Glen Wooten has 
established a fund to help pay for Fred's medical expenses. (Relayed 
by Bruce Gillespie through the Eastcoast list in mid-May.) 


MELBOURNE SCIENCE FICTION CLUB, Meet most Friday nights at 74 
Melville Road, West Brunswick 3055.Annual membership to the MSFC is 
$25 single, or $35 for a family For further details on the MSFC see Meetings for June: Fri 3rd Food and Trivia 
night. Soup. Fri 10th Ditmar Review Night (for those not at Thylacon) 
Fri 17th Twilight Zone, Fri 24th Video night, Twilight Zone.  

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

SPACED OUT: a science fiction club for gays, lesbians and associated 
communities. $5 joining fee, then $20 annual membership. ($15 
concession.) to Space Out Inc. PO Box 363, Preston, Vic. 3072.Non-
profit SF club offering monthly meetings, "Diverse Universe" 
newsletter and "Solar Spectrum" annual anthology.

SFSA (South Australian Dr Who fan club) Two regular meetings each 
month. Annual membership $15. The regular club meeting is held at the 
Adelaide High School from 3pm-10pm on the 3rd Saturday of the month. 
See for full details or write to PO Box 3227, 
Rundle Mall, SA 5000.(Reported by Martin Dunne.) 

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 - or 0416 269 726 or check

QUEST Queensland Star Trek club. Contact the club at PO BOX 2084, 
Brisbane, QLD. 4001, or check  (Reported by 
Kevin Sheehan.)

The Brisbane Babylon 5ers website is at 
(Reported by Erica Sharp, president of the Brisbane Babylon5ers )

INFINITAS GROUP meet on the third Saturday of the month at Infinitas 
Bookshop/Blokey Stuff, Parramatta, Sydney. Infinitas also has a book 
review group that meets regularly. Details available from (Reported by Bill Congreve.) 

SYDNEY SOUTHERN SF&F GROUP Meetings 11th June, BBQ at local park, 9 
July, Annual soup and video afternoon. Contact Brad Row ph 9580-4369 
or e-mail for full details.

SYDNEY FUTURIANS: Meetings in room 1615 (floor 16) of the Tower 
Block, The University of Technology, Broadway, Sydney, at 7 pm. 
Upcoming meetings: 17 June, 15 July, 19 August, 16 September, 21 
October, 18 November, 16 December. Check or phone Garry 
Dalrymple after 7 pm on (02) 9718 5827 for updates. 

STARWALKING: 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 nonmembers. (Starwalking Melbourne 
has Force 4 convention in May. q.v. conventions.)


DR WHO INSIDE THE TARDIS. Starring Colin Baker, Katy Manning and 
Sylvester McCoy, hosted by Tim Ferguson, and brought to Australia by 
McPherson Touring and BBC Worldwide. Tour dates: July 15, Robert 
Blackwood Hall, Monash Uni, Melbourne, Jul 16, Palais Theatre, 
Melbourne; July 17 Geelong Performing Arts Centre; July 21, Burswood 
Theatre, Perth; July 23rd Festival Theatre, Adelaide; July 26th
Canberra Theatre; July 29 & 30, Theatre Royal, Sydney; August 1, 
Brisbane Convention Centre. Book through Ticketek (Sydney only? 
Edwina) or see or the Sunday papers for more 
details. (I also heard via Kate Orman that there will be shows in New 
Zealand, but haven't had time to track down exact dates or venues 
yet. I'm guessing it's early August - Edwina) (Thanks to John 
Gibbins for letting us know this event was also in other states of Aus.)

VORTEX: SF Events happening in Brisbane, can be found at

ENVISION WRITERS WORKSHOP. Thursday 23rd June - Tuesday 28th June. 
Brisbane city. Cost $660 for the 5 days which includes 100 pages of 
manuscript. For more details see

GoH = Guest of Honour, OCP = Other Commitments Permitting, tba= to be 

THYLACON IV. National SF con for 2005. Hobart, Tasmania. 10-13 June, 
(Queens Birthday Long weekend in many states.) Attendance rates $120. 
GoH fantasy author, Anne Bishop. Australian GoH Marianne de Pierres, 
Fan GoH Merv Binns. Wrestpoint Casino convention complex. For full 
details see or write to Thylacon PO Box 345 Kingston 
TAS, 7051 To join the Thylacon e-mail list send a subscribe message 
to: Thylacon's program is now also 
available on their web site. 

BUFFY DOWNUNDER Melbourne. Crown Promenade, Southbank, 2-3 July. 
GoHs: Anthony Stewart Head, James Marsters & David Fury. Attendance 
rates $250 See for more details. (Reported by 
Thomas Bull.)

SLAYERCON. Originally to be held 2-3 July has been postponed until 
October. Adelaide Convention Centre. GoH's Julie Benz, Claire Kramer, 
Mark Lutz and Camden Toy. Membership $320 both days, or $175 1 day. 
Dinner $235. More info possibly on 
(Reported by Thomas Bull.)

CONTINUUM 3.15-17 July 2005. Hilton on the Park Hotel, 198 Wellington 
Pde, East Melbourne, Vic. GoH's Richard Harland, Neil Gaiman, Poppy 
Z. Brite and Robin Hobb. Fan GoH James Allen.  Membership $110 
(Rising on 1/1/2005.) Concession/Student/First convention 
$80.Children 5-16 Accompanied by an adult $25. To reserve special 
accommodation rates ($170 twin/double) e-mail  
GPO Box 603, Melbourne, Vic 3001. or e-mail 

ACCIO 2005, 29-31 July, Harry Potter con. Reading University, Reading 
UK.Guest speakers: Elizabeth Kay and Steve Vander Ark. See for full details.

Interaction, the 2005 Worldcon will be held at the Scottish 
Exhibition and Conference Centre in Glasgow over the weekend of 4-8 
August 2005.GoHs Christopher Priest, Robert Sheckley and Jane Yolen, 
critic and fanzine editor Greg Pickersgill and veteran Scandinavian 
fan Lars-Olov Strandberg. Special Guest Alan Lee who won an Oscar as 
conceptual artist on Lord of the Rings. Australian Agents Zara 
Baxter, PO Box 616 Marrickville, NSW 2204. Voicemail: 0423121, and 
Ted Scribner 12 Richmount St, Cronulla, 2230: 
** Interaction recently announced they'd appointed Kuehne & Nagle as 
their shipping & customs partner who will be responsible for ensuring 
safe and timely delivery of dealer's merchandise, art 
displays and other exhibits for the convention.

TOLKIEN 2005. The Ring Goes Ever On. 11-15 August, Aston Uni, 
Birmingham, UK. M/ship 65 pounds.
See for full details.

A Trip Through the Slipstream, An Andromeda Event. Sunday August 
21st, 2005. GoHs: Kevin Sorbo,  Laura Bertram State Library of 
Victoria, Melbourne. VIP memberships: $330(Limited to 20 people) 
General - $110 See for full 

CASCADIA con is the Nasfic (North American SF) con for 2005. (Nasfics 
are held in the USA in years when the Worldocn is held outside the 
USA).  1 – 5 September, 2005, Seattle, Washington. Goh's Fred 
Saberhagen, Liz Danford, Kevin Standlee, Toni Weisskopf. Full 
information on 

SCI-NUT Star Trek convention. 16-18 September. Union Hall, La Trobe 
University, Bundoora, Vic. GoH's Eugene Rodenberry Jnr, Vaughan 
Armstrong, Steve Bacio, Anita La Selva. Mmebership $60 for 1 day, 
$100 for both days. Autographs available for extra cost. Full details 

CONCLAVE: 30 Sept- 3 October, 2005. Holiday Inn, 65 Hindley St, 
Adelaide, SA. GoH's: Jack Dann, Ian Irvine, Fiona McIntosh, Karen 
Miller, Tony Shillitoe, Sean Williams. Attending m/ship $100. 
(Supporting m/ship $20) E-mail, or see  PO Box 7225 Cloisters Sq, WA 6580

WHOVENTION 7, 14-16 October, The Rydges Hotel, 54 Maclarn St, North 
Sydney (Short walk from North Sydney railway station. GOHs Louise 
Jameson (Leela) and David Warwick Membership rises incrementally 
until "at door" price of $170 (Pay $50, non-refundable, to lock in 
your membership at the current price. DWCA and Friends of SF members 
get a $20 discount. Family rates and day rates available on request ) 
Friday night trivia, and banquet on Sat. night available to 
convention attendees at extra cost. Make cheques and money orders 
payable to WHOVENTION, and post to PO Box 148, Gladesville, NSW 
2111. See for full details. 
(Reported by Dwayne Bunny) 

TERRA NOVA. 15-16 October, Holiday Inn on Hindley, Adelaide. GoH's: 
Marina Sirtis, Dominic Keating, Robin Atkins, Gates McFadden, John 
Billingsley. Earlybird membership until 31st May, $99 per day. See for full details.

STARGATE SG1/STARGARTE ATLANTIS 5 November.Sydney - Lidcombe Catholic 
Club. GoH's Torri Higginson and Chris Judge. (OCP) Membership $80 for 
friends of Science Fiction members, $100 non-members. Limited number 
VIP tickets $350 see for full details, or write to PO 
Box 106 Caringbah NSW 1495 or phone 02 9523 8385 

FANDOMEDIA: 19-20 Nov, 2005. Acacia Hotel, (or Emerald Hotel? Seen 
both venues listed, sorry, Edwina) Perth. Simon Haynes and Chuck 
McKenzie and Erika Pearson GoH's. see for correct details.

NULLUS ANXIETAS The First Australian Discworld Convention. New dates 
Feb 9-11, 2006. Melbourne. Attending $120, concession $100, 
supporting $50. (Gala dinner to cost an extra $90) see for further details.

CONJURE. National SF convention, Brisbane, Easter, 14-17 April, 2006. 
Local GoH: Sean Williams.. Membership $150 prior to 7th June, then 
$200 until 27th February 2006. (Student/Concession and High School 
student discounts available. Children 12 and younger free. Check 
their website  www,conjure,

CONCUSSION: 57th British National SF convention. 14-17 April, 2006, 
To be held at The Moat House, Congress Rd, Glasgow. See for full details.

CONCLAVE: NZ National SF & Fantasy con. 2-5 June, 2006. Mount 
Richmond Lodge, 576 Mt Wellington Hw, Mt Wellington, Auckland, 
NZ.GoH's Joan Vinge, Jim Fenkel, Steve Jackson. Han GoH Kevin 
MacLean. Membership. NZ $70 until end of 2005. See for full details. (Thanks to Andrienne 
Losin for passing on this information.)

CONFLUX 3: Queens Birthday Weekend, 9-12 June 2006. National Museum 
(Convention motel, Rydges, is quite some distance away if you're on 
foot!) Earlybird membership $110 (until 30 July 05), then $145.
PO Box 903 Belconnen, ACT 2616 

LA CON IV, the 64th Worldcon. 23-27 August, 2006. Anaheim Convention 
Centre, Hilton & Marriott hotels, Anaheim. GoH's Connie Willis, James 
Gurney, Howard De Vore, Frankie Thoman. e-mail, 
Postal address LA Con c/- S.C.I.F.I. inc, PO Box 8442, Van Nuys, CA, 
91409. USA.

CONSYDER: Sydney. 30 Sept - 2 October 2006. Venue. Guests, membership 
etc to be announced. Supporting membership $20. Join their mailing 
list at

Yokohama Worldcon 2007. 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 .

Geneva Convention a civilised worldcon bid for Switzerland in 2008.

Australia 2010. A Worldcon bid. See

Ted Scribner's Australian SF&F home page is:
and his list of SF oriented groups in NSW is at 
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