The Australian Science Fiction Bullsheet 42 September 2005
The Australian Science Fiction Bullsheet 42
ISSN 1445-4319 (print version), ISSN 1445-4327 (online version)
FINALLY! THE ISSUE OF THE BULLSHEET THAT GIVES YOU THE ANSWER TO
LIFE, THE UNIVERSE AND EVERYTHING!!!! (at NO extra cost!)
EXPENSIVE HARRY POTTER: The fourth Harry Potter film, HP and the
Goblet of Fire has a total budget of $403 million, around $13 million
more than the entire Lord of the Rings trilogy. (Reported in K-zone
in the Sun-Herald, 28th Aug. Edwina)
WILLIAM SHATNER is to spoof Captain Kirk when voicing the character
of Ozzie the Possum in Dreamworks forthcoming movie, "Over the
Hedge". NICK NOLTE will voice Vincent the Bear.
WHO'S YOUR DADDY? Nice to see Simon Brown's fantasy novel, Rival's
Son, included in a list of 10 recommended titles being suggested by
Macmillan as Father's Day gifts. (I spotted a full page add in the
SunHerald's Life Supplement 28 Aug. Father's Day is this Sunday.
Australian artist, ALICIA SMITH has a wide collection of her fantasy
artwork (dragons, unicorns, and lots more) available as printed T-
shirts, satchel bags and heaps of other stuff through US imaging
enterprise, Café Press (see www.cafepress.com, and type "Alicia
Smith" in the search space.) (Apologies to Alicia, I should have
mentioned this one months ago - Edwina.)
LEIGH BLACKMORE has a catalogue of general fiction, poetry and non-
fiction books, CD's, DVD's and videos for sale. E-mail
email@example.com. Leigh will be releasing the next Raven Books
catalogue soon, featuring horror, fantasy and occult books soon.
GOING, GOING... It's only 2 weeks before CHUCK McKENZIE ups stakes and
heads for Melbourne. Still time to buy some of the stuff he has for
sale. See http://members.optusnet.com.au/chuckmk/buystuff.htm
JUSTIN SEMMEL has created a new e-mail group with discussion devoted
to Aus SF, Fantasy and horror awards. See
http://groups.yahoo.com/groups/ausawards, or subscribe by sending an
e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
KEN LUDDEN will be in Melbourne promoting his book, Second Pass.
He'll be appearing at "A trip through the slipstream" con, Melbourne,
on Sept 11th, and the MSFC on 16th . You can also buy his book on
SEAN WRIGHT's novella The Twisted Root of Jaarfindor was short listed
for the BEST NOVELLA category of the British Fantasy Awards 2005.
Winners will be announced at the award's ceremony at the British
Fantasy Conference on 2nd October (Reported by Sean Wright)
The Australian Horror Writers Association is now AHWA Inc having
incorporated within the state of Victoria: The 2005 management
committee is President: Marty Young, Vice President: Kirstyn
McDermott, Secretary: Mick Piemontese, Treasurer: Carl Schaller Board
Members: James Cain, Angela Challis (Reported by Marty Young)
BOOKS AND PUBLICATIONS
"Outside a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside a dog it's too
dark to read"- Groucho Marx
SIMON HAYNES' book, Hal Spacejock, will be available in Dymocks
bookshops and specialty SF bookshops around Australia from September.
Simon will be doing a book-signing at Dymocks, Carousel, Perth on 1st
A TOUR GUIDE IN UTOPIA is a new collection of 12 short stories from
Lucy Sussex published by MirrorDanse Press. ISBN 0975785206. $24.95.
You can purchase directly from the publisher at
rasa.info/MirrorDanse/OrderForm.pdf (payment by money order, cheque
The YEAR'S BEST AUSTRALIAN SF & FANTASY. Edited by Bill Congreve and
Michelle Marquardt features short stories from Damien Broderick,
Terry Dowling, Margo Lannagan, Ben Peek, Lynette Aspecy, Deborah
Biancotti, Brendan Duffy, Brendan Carson, Rjurik Davidson, Geoffrey
Maloney, Cat Sparks and Kim Westwood., ISBN 0-9757736-0-7 $19.95. You
can purchase directly from the publisher at
rasa.info/MirrorDanse/OrderForm.pdf (payment by money order, cheque
LOTHIAN BOOKS is seeking submissions from Aus horror/thriller writers
for a new adult fiction series. Manuscripts from 60-120,000 words to
be submitted by 1/11/06. No epic/medieval/SF or fantasy. Send
submissioins to Teresa Pitt, Senior Commussuining Editor, Lothian
Books, 132-136 Albert St, Sth Melbourne, VIC 3205. (Reported by Cat
Sparks on the Visions list.)
ANTIPODEAN SF No. 87 featuring short, short stories (500 words) from
Matt Mapes, Jason Fischer, Douglas A. Van Belle, John M. Floyd, Shaun
A. Saunders, Niall Keegan, Karen Maric, Rod Williams, Wesley Parish
and Marc Elias Keller can be seen at http://www.antisf.com or
http://purl.nla.gov.au/NET/antisf/ You can also vote for the 2004
awards. Winners will be announced in issue 89.
HorrorScope: The Australian Horror Weblog is up at
www.ozhorrorscope.blogspot.com with snippets, news, reviews and
interviews with Australian small press publishers. (Reported by Shane
Shadow Box is a charity e-anthology edited by Angela Challis and
Shane Jiraiya Cummings. It is a fusion of flash fiction, dark art,
multimedia, and a few nasty surprises to be launched Halloween..
Profits donated to Mission Australia and Australian Horror Writers
Association. For further details see
The GENRE TRAVELLER is a new travel e-zine for spec fiction fans to
be launched in October as a PDF e-zine dedicated to travel-related
interests of science fiction, fantasy and horror enthusiasts. The
first issue will feature an article on ghost hunting in Maryland, and
a preview of the Lord of the Rings musical opening in Toronto next
year. Readers can subscribe now by going to www.thegenretraveler.com
or groups.yahoo.com/group/genretraveler. Reported by Carma Spence-
SPECULATIVE LITERATURE FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES 2nd annual travel grant,
(US $600)awarded to assist a spec fic author to travel for research
Application details can be found at
http://www.speculativeliterature.org/Awards/SLFTravelGrant.php or e-
mail email@example.com or snail mail PO Box 1693,
Dubuque, IA 52004-1693 USA. Closing date September 30th. Reported by
SHADOWED REALMS has launched a message board for its readers to hang
out on line, vote for/comment on, or review favourite stories. See
www.shadowedrealms.com.au/forums (Reported by Shane Jiraiya
Submissions are sought for AUSTRALIAN DARK FANTASY and HORROR: The
Best of 2005. This anthology will feature reprints of the best horror
and dark speculative fiction stories published by Australians in
2005. It is anticipated this anthology will have mass market
distribution. Stories by Australian citizens or residents appearing
in Australian or overseas publications between 1 Jan and 31 Dec 2005.
Publicatios already under consideration by the anthology editors are
Antipodean SF, Aurealis, Borderlands, Daikaiju!, Dark Animus,
Scifiction, Shadow Box, anthology, Shadowed Realms, Ticonderoga
Online and The Grinding House by Kaaron Warren. If your story was
published in another publication, post a disposable copy of your
story (in standard manuscript format), or the publication in which it
appeared, to: PO Box 4, Woodvale WA 6026 Australia. Submissions
accepted until 13th Jan 06. Email queries to
firstname.lastname@example.org or see
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.(Tally
$10.60 ) Books looking for new homes: "Dr Who: The Scripts, Galaxy 4"
by William Emms. "Arthur" and "Merlin" by Stephen Lawhead.
Audiobook: "Journey to the Centre of the Earth" by Jules Verne
featuring John de Lancie and Leonard Nimoy. Art cards autographed by
Marianne Plumridge and Bob Eggleton are also for sale. See images of
the available cards on the Bullsheet website. 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. Thanks to Heidi Allen who recently bought
the Honort Harrington book.
COMPETITIONS, FAN FUNDS & AWARDS
YOUNG AND EMERGING WRITERS MENTORSHIP: Fantastic Queensland and OzCo
are joining together to offer a mentorship to a young and emerging
writer of speculative fiction. This offers the chance to work one-on-
one with an experienced author (either Rowena Cory Lindquist,
Marianne de Pierres or Geoff Maloney) over an extended period.
Eligible applicants must be aged 18 to 30, have a subtantial work of
speculative fiction in progress completed to at least first draft
stage and be a Queensland resident. For sull details see
(Reported by Robert Hoge)
Fantastic Queensland recently announced the finalists for
their "Writing for Games" seminar. They are Paul Brennan, Robert
Dobson, Daniel Graf, Amanda Greenslade, Shu-Min Heng, Grace
McDermott, Peter Morris, Richard Warfe, John Whitehead, Yang Wong,
Robert Dobson, Daniel Graf, Amanda Greenslade, Shu-Min Heng, Grace
McDermott, Peter Morris, Richard Warfe, John Whitehead, Yang Wong
The ABC has launched a competition to discover the best unpublished
manuscript between 60-120k words. First prize $10,000 with the
manuscript published by ABC books. Competition closes at the end of
September. See http://abc.net.au/news/arts/articulate (reported by
Gary Kemble on the Visions list.)
PHYSICS SHORT STORY COMPETITION: The Uni of Newcastle School of
Mathematical and Physical Sciences is offering cash prizes (1st $200,
2nd $100) and publishing opportunity for the best SF stories (to
2,000 words) exploring physics. Closing date 1st October. Full
details http://nano.newcastle.edu.au/sfssc (reported by Rosaleen Love
on the Visions List)
The 'australian shadows' award is open to any horror story written by
an Australian and published during 2005. The 'australian shadows'
award has been made possible thanks to the initial sponsorship of
Altair-Australia. They are seeking other sponsors to help develop
this award. If you have any questions or would like more information,
contact Marty on firstname.lastname@example.org, or check
The inaugural AHWA 2005 competition for flash and short horror
fiction have been published. Flash fiction winners can be viewed on
Shadowed Realms #6, http://www.shadowedrealms.com.au), while short
story winners will be available in Dark Animus #9
(http://www.darkanimus.com), due out later this year.
CAT SPARKS was recently in Seattle accepting a "Writers of the
HUGO WINNERS: Best Novel: Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell by Susanna
Clarke, Best Novella: "The Concrete Jungle" by Charles Stross Best
Novelette: "The Faery Handbag" by Kelly Link,Best Short
Story: "Travels with My Cats" by Mike Resnick, Best Related Book: The
Cambridge Companion to Science Fiction edited by Edward James and
Farah Mendlesohn, Best Dramatic Presentation, Long Form: The
Incredibles Written & Directed by Brad Bird, Best Dramatic
Presentation, Short Form: "33" - Battlestar Galactica written by
Ronald D. Moore and Directed by Michael Rymer. Best Professional
Editor: Ellen Datlow, Best Professional Artist: Jim Burns, Best
Semiprozine: Ansible, Edited by David Langford, Best Fanzine:
Plokta, edited by Alison Scott, Steve Davies and Mike Scott, Best Fan
Writer: David Langford, Best Fan Artist: Sue Mason, Best Web Site:
SciFiction (www.scifi.com/scifiction), edited by Ellen Datlow. Craig
Engler, general manager, John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer
(not a Hugo Award):Elizabeth Bear, Special Interaction Committee
Award (not a Hugo Award): David Pringle. Full details available on
Interaction's Web Site (www.interaction.worldcon.org.uk).
HATCH, MATCH AND DISPATCH
BIRTHS: Mieke Channay Burch born at 10.30 am on 15th August, weighing
3.42kg, and measuring 48cm. A new daughter for Natalie and Launz
Burch. (Launz is aka writer Dirk Flinthart.)
STIRLING (BILL) MACOBOY. Best known for writings on gardening, he
also holds a place in fan history. He joined the Futurian Society of
Sydney in 1944, becoming an active member contributing artwork and
writings to the group's fan magazines, as well as producing several
LP records of greetings from Sydney fans to the 8th Worldcon in
Oregon in 1950. He left Australia to study television production in
the US -- working with Rod Serling among others. He was an early
pioneer of the Aus tv industry.
ERIC RUSSELL died on 31 Oct 04. Eric was an early members of the
Futurian Society of Sydney. Eric was perhaps best known for the
confusion he caused in sf circles by having the same name as the
English sf master, Eric Frank Russell. He edited fanzine, Ultra,
before becoming a freelance journalist and writer specialising in
histories of Sydney suburbs. (Relayed by Ted Scribner)
Sydney fan WOMBLE (aka Karen Warren) is gravely ill. Her cancer has
spread and is not responding to treatment. Currently in hospital,
doctors are trying to stabilise her condition so she can return home.
(Reported by Gerald Smith.)
FORREST J ACKERMAN apparently attended Interaction (The World SF con
held in Glasgow this year) but spent a lot of his time in hospital as
a "precautionary" measure. He's since been discharged. (Reported by
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 on the MSFC see
www.vicnet.net.au/~msfc. Meetings: 2nd Sept, Food and Trivia night.
Pancakes and crepes. Sept 9th Self publishing with author Ken Ludden.
Sept 16th Book club reviews Vernon Vinges, The Peace War. Sept 23rd
GUFF presentation (details to be announced.) Sept 30, Video
night, "Meet the Feebles." Contributions for Ethel the Aardvark
issue 120 (due to be published in October) actively sought.
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.
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.
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 http://www.sfsa.org.au/ 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 -
firstname.lastname@example.org or 0416 269 726 or check
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 )
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
email@example.com (Reported by Bill Congreve.)
SYDNEY SOUTHERN SF&F GROUP Meetings Contact Brad Row ph 9580-4369 or
e-mail Brad_Row@agd.nsw.gov.au for full details.
SYDNEY FUTURIANS is now affiliated with the Student Assoc of UTS.
Meetings in room 510C (5th floor) of The University of Technology,
Broadway, Sydney, at 7 pm. Upcoming meetings:16 September, 21
October, 18 November, 16 December. Check
http://users.secsme.org.au/~futurians, or e-mail John.Fox@uts.edu.au
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 nonmembers. (Starwalking Melbourne
has Force 4 convention in May. q.v. conventions.)
GALAXY BOOKSHOP (York St, Sydney) AUTHOR SIGNINGS: Jeff Vandermeer,
Thurs 6 Oct, 6pm. (Reported by David Lynton.)
INFINITAS BOOKSHOP, (Parramatta, Sydney) AUTHOR SIGNINGS: Karen
Miller, September 11th.
ISOBELLE CARMODY will speak about her latest children's book, Little
Fur, on Wed, 7th Sept at 4pm in the Geelong Gallery, Little Malop St,
Geelong. Ph 03 5299 3645 Bookings essential (reported in Pass it On
KIM WILKINS is having a book launch of her new novel, Rosa and the
Veil of Gold. Wednesday, September 14, 6.15pm. Mary Ryan's 179
Latrobe Tce, Paddington (Qld) Bookings essential on 3368 1694
DONNA HANSON's publication, Australian Speculative Fiction: A Genre
Overview, will be launched by Jack Dann at the National Archives,
Canberra from 6.30 pm on November 11th.
VORTEX: SF Events happening in Brisbane, can be found at
GoH = Guest of Honour, OCP = Other Commitments Permitting, tba= to be
A Trip Through the Slipstream, An Andromeda Event. 11th September.
GoHs: Kevin Sorbo, Laura Bertram, Andromeda, writer Ken Ludden and
Stargate Atlantis director, David Winning. State Library of Victoria,
Melbourne. General admission - $110. See
http://www.firstcontactconventions.com.au for full details.
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 www.cascadiacon.org
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. All available tickets now
being sold for $15 and $10 for concession. Autographs available for
extra cost. Full details at www.scinut.com
CONCLAVE: 30 Sept- 3 October, 2005. Holiday Inn, Adelaide, SA. Has
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 www.doctorwhoaustralia.org/whovention 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. See www.terra-novaevents.com for full details.
Star Trek/Star Gate SG-1/ Babylon 5 con. 15-16 October. Melbourne
Town Hall, Melbourne, GoH's Marina Sirtis, Dominic Keating, Ronny
Cox, Robin Atkin Downes, Gates McFadden & John Billingsley. This
convention is being held in conjunction with the Terra Nova event
(above) in Adelaide the same weekend. Book tickets through
www.rcevents.com.au. Full information available under "Not just
another Trek event." (Reported by Iain McKenzie.)
FREECON. 28-30 Oct, University of Technology, Sydney. Flash Fiction
competition with cash reward. Attendees to vote for best
stories. "Unlimmited 'schmoozing' and egoboo opportunities during
breaks." Contact Post Office Box 2 Bexley North NSW.
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 www.fsf.net.au for full details, or write to PO
Box 106 Caringbah NSW 1495 or phone 02 9523 8385
FANDOMEDIA: 19-20 Nov, 2005. Emerald Hotel, Perth. Simon Haynes and
Chuck McKenzie and Erika Pearson GoH's. see
http://wwwlivejournal.com/users/fandomedia for details.
SWANCON RENAISSANCE: 10-13 March, 2006. Acacia Hotel, Perth, WA.
Gohs: Mercedes Lackey, Larry Dizon & Danny Oz. Cost $100 (supporting
$35) see www.swancon.com for full details.
CONJURE. National SF convention, Brisbane, Easter, 14-17 April,
2006.GoHs Cory Doctrow, Bruce Sterling, Sean Williams, Jonathan
Strahan. Membership $200 until 27th February 2006. Student/Concession
and High School student discounts available. Children 12 and younger
free. Check their website www,conjure,org.au
CONCUSSION: 57th British National SF convention. 14-17 April, 2006,
To be held at The Moat House, Congress Rd, Glasgow. See
www.eastercon2006.org 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
http://conclave.sf.org.nz for full details. (Thanks to Andrienne
Losin for passing on this information.)
CONFLUX 3: Queens Birthday Weekend, 9-12 June 2006. National Museum.
GoHs Ellen Datlow, Kate Forsyth, Sara Douglass and Jackie French.
Attending m/ship $145. See http://www.conflux.org.au or e-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org .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 info@laconIV.org,
Postal address LA Con c/- S.C.I.F.I. inc, PO Box 8442, Van Nuys, CA,
CONSYDER: Sydney. 30 Sept – 2 October 2006. Venue. Guests, membership
etc to be announced. Supporting membership $20. Join their mailing
list at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/consyder.
NULLUS ANXIETAS The First Australian Discworld Convention. New dates
Feb 9-11, 2007. Melbourne. Attending $120, concession $100,
supporting $50. (Gala dinner to cost an extra $90) see
www.ausdwcon.org for further details.
CONVERGENCE 2. Aus Natcon. Rydges Hotel, Melbourne. Queens Birthday
weekend, 8-11 June, 07. Theme:YA genre fiction. GoH Isobelle
Carmody. See http://www.natcon.org.au/2007. (Reported by Rose
XIVAMC, Medieval re-enactment group. Easter 2007. Meeting at the
Danelaw property, Charley's Forest Rd, Wog Wog, NSW. (35 min drive
north of Braidwood, 3 hrs south of Sydney, 1.5 hrs east of Canberra.
Registration $150 fully catered for 4 days. See www.danelaw.org.au
for more details. (Reported by J. Gibbins.)
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 . Australian agent Craig McBride. Membership A$210
until Sept 30 2005. You can also join
Geneva Convention a civilised worldcon bid for Switzerland in 2008.
Australia 2010. A Worldcon bid. See
OTHER INFORMATION RESOURCES:
Ted Scribner's Australian SF&F home page is:
and his list of SF oriented groups in NSW is at
Coode St Review lists Australian publishing news and achievements by
Australian writers http://www.sf.org.au/coodestreetnews.
AUSTRALIAN WRITERS WEB, http://www.inkspillers.com. Maintained and
updated by Tony Plank.
For links to books, movies and television shows see John Tipper's
homepage: http://www.collecting books andmagazines.com
The Bullsheet is available as a FREE monthly e-mail through the
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sent to Edwina Harvey c/- 12 Flinders St, Matraville, 2036. Send your
news e-mail to email@example.com,
Visit Celestial Cobbler for ceramic craft with a SF & Fantasy bent.
(Apologies if I missed out anything this issue. Editor suffering from
the Dreaded Lurgi - Edwina.)
For no sufficiently explained reason this Fanzine still supports The
Minneapolis in '73 Worldcon Bid