The Australian Science Fiction Bullsheet 62 – May 2007

The Australian Science Fiction Bullsheet 62
May 2007 
ISSN 1445-4319 (print version), ISSN 1445-4327 (online version)


BEAM ME UP SCOTTY, THIRD TIME LUCKY: Two years after his death, and 
after two failed attempts, some of Jimmy Doohan's (Mr Scott from 
Star Trek) ashes into space, along with the ashes of 200 others on 
April 28. (Widely reported on radio and news broadcasts 29/4/07)

GEELONG SCIENCE FICTION CLUB: The first meeting of this club offers a 
SF Trivia night, and will be held on Thursday, 3rd May, from 7pm at 
Gaming Knights, 3rd Floor, Rock O'Cashel Lane (off Lt Malop St.) 
Geelong. An in-line group has also been formed at (Reported by Ben 

STALLHOLDERS WANTED! The MSFC, Starwalking and Austrek are combining 
forces to present a mid-year minicon on May 19th. (Presumably in 
Brunswick, Melbourne? Edwina) They're seeking stallholders who are 
fanzine, nerdzine or indie comics producers, or make craft with a 
fantasy, horror or SF theme. Tables are $20 each. For more 
information contact

DITMAR AWARD NOMINATIONS: Best Novel: Carnies, Martin Livings; 
Prismatic, Edwina Gray; The Mother, Brett McBean; The Pilo Family 
Circus, Will Elliot; The Silver Road, Grace Dugan. 
Novella/Novellette: Aftermath, David Conyers; The Dead of Winter, 
Stephen Dedman; The Devil in Mr Pussy (or how I found God inside my 
wife) Paul Haines; Cock, Couer de Lion Publishing; The Souls of Dead 
Soldiers are for Blackbirds, Not Little Boys, Ben Peek; Under the Red 
Sun, Ben Peek, World's Whackiest Upper Atmosphere Re-Entry Disasters 
Dating Game, Brendan Duffy (5th place nominee tie) Short Story: 
Burning from the Inside, Paul Haines; Cold, Kirstyn McDermott; 
Honeymoon, Adam Browne and John Dixon; Surrender 1: rope Artist, 
Deborah Biancotti,; Bats Boudoir, Kyla Ward; The Fear of White, 
Rjurik Davidson (5th place nomination tie.). Collected Work: Agog! 
Ripping Reads edited by Cat Sparks; Cock edited by Keith Stevenson& 
Andrew Macrae, Doorways for the Dispossessed edited by Pail Haines 
and Geoffrey Maloney, The Year's Best Australian Science Fiction and 
Fantasy Vol 2 edited by Bill Congreve and Michelle Marquardt, Eidolon 
I edited by Jonathan Strahan and Jeremy Byrne. Artwork: 
26Lies/1Truth, cover art by Andrew MacRae, Agog!Ripping Reads, cover 
art by Cat Sparks; Daughters of Earth: Feminist Science Fiction in 
the Twentieth Century cover art by Cat Sparks; The Devoured Earth 
cover art b Greg Bridges; The Arrival, cover art by Shaun Tan. Fan 
Writer: Stephanie Gunn, Shane Jiraiya Cummings, Danny Oz, Miranda 
Siemienowicz, Mark Smith-Briggs, Matthew Tait. Fan Artist: 
Christopher Johnstone, Jon Swabey. Fan Production: AsiF website, 
Alisa Krasnostein Executive Editor,; Inkspillers website, Tony Plank; 
Outland, directed by John Richards; Tabula Rasa website, David 
Carroll, The Bullsheet website and ezine, Edwina Harvey & Ted 
Scribner (Thanks guys!). Fanzine: AntipodeanSF editor Ion Newcombe; 
AsiF, editor Alisa Krasnostein; The Captain's Log, Austrek clubzine, 
edited by Clare McDonald; Ethel the Aardvark, MSFC clubzine; 
HorrorScope, editor Shane Jiraiya Cummings. Professional Achievement: 
Angelia Challis for Brimstone Press; Bill Congreve for Mirrordanse 
Press and 2 vols of Aust. Years's Best SF & Fantasy; Russell B. Farr 
for Ticonderoga Publications; Gary Kemble for work on ABC's 
Articulate, promoting the genre in radio and other mediums; Alisa 
Krasnostein for providing a new paying market for fiction and non-
fiction, art and forums (abbreviated. EH) Justine Laralestier, for 
editing Daughters of Earth: Feminist Science Fiction in the Twentieth 
Century. Fan Achievement: Marty Loung for establishing and promoting 
Australian Horror Writers Association, Alisa Krasnostein for 
establishing AsiF, Tony Plank for establishing and maintaining the 
Inkspillers website. New Talent: Stephanie Campisi, David Conyers, 
Shane Jiraiya Cummings, Alisa Krasnostein, Brett McBean. The William 
Atheling Jr Award: Miranda Siemienowicz for review of Parasperes; 
Justine Larbalestier, for Daughters of Earth (abbreviated. EH) Robert 
Hood for Man and Super-Monster: A History of Daikaiju (abbreviated. 
EH); Grant Watson for Bad Film Diaries - Sink or Swsin: The Truth 
Behind Waterworld; Kathryn Linge for review of Through Soft Air.

Congratulations to all nominees! For a full reproduction of all 
Ditmar nominations, see either the Convergence 2 webpage,, or Voting for the Ditmars is only open to attending 
and supporting members of Convergence 2. VOTING CLOSES ON 31st MAY! 

ASTRONOMY AMONG THE VINEYARDS, May 11-13th, is a long weekend of 
stargazing by night and touring the wineries and other points of 
interest of Mudgee (NSW) by day with Jeff Portelli from Sydney 
Observatory. This is the first tour offered by a joint venture from 
Sydney's Powerhouse Museum and Renaissance Tours. For more details 

SYDNEY WRITERS FESTIVAL ( will be held over the week 
May 28- 3 June at various venues around Sydney. Kate Forsyth is 
listed as one of their guest speakers.

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.)

CONCATENATION is celebrating its 20th anniversary by one of its 
members, Tony Bailey, endeavouring to swim the English Channel (20 
miles) in July to raise money for several charities. Sponsors 
welcome! See 
Concatenation has also recently uploaded heaps of information on 
films, publishing news, book reviews, and trivia. See

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, DEAR MAGAZINES! ASIMOV's magazine celebrated its 30th 
birthday with an April/May double issue. INTERZONE (UK) celebrated 
its 25th anniversary in its March/April issue. Concatenatioin 
celebrates its 20th birthday this year as well. (Reported on 

TIMOTHY J. ANDERSON (author of Resisting Adonis published by Edge 
publications) recently won the 3 day novel reality TV series on 
Canadian TV. (Reported by Janice Shoults) 

ZIGGURAT is a gamers con being held in Camp Adler, Tallel Airbasenear 
AN Nasinya, IRAQ. Open to all allied military forces personnel and 
civilian contractors. They are also seeking donations of games, dice 
and items to use as prizes. See (Reported by Janice Gelb) 

"Outside a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside a dog it's too 
dark to read"- Groucho Marx 

TRICIA SULLIVAN's novel, SOUND MIND, is the story of Cassidy Walker 
who stumbles out of Bard College with the college in flames behind 
her, and arrives at the town of Red Hook, which seems to be cut off 
from the rest of the world. Cassidy finds everything she thought she 
knew about herself was wrong. Is she losing her mind? (The quirky 
thing about this is the author states she received her music degree 
from Bard College...obviously studying there had a lasting effect! 
Edwina.) Published by Orbit in March. ISBN 9781841492926. Rrp $22.95.

CHARLIE HUSTON's new horror novel, ALREADY DEAD was published by 
Orbit in April. Vampyre, slaves to the condition that empowers them, 
band into Clans to survive. Only Joe Pitt has gone his own way, 
seemingly as a private investigator, in the Manhatten area.ISBN: 

CHARLES STROSS' Hugo award nominated new novel GLASSHOUSE, the story 
of Robin who wakes up in a clinic with most of his memories missing, 
is released in Australia this month by Orbit. ISBN 9781841493930, 

ANDREW BUTCHER's new book, THE TIME OF THE REAPER, a story set in a 
world struck by the Sickness - which proves fatal to anyone aged over 
18, is released this month. (Sounds like great reading for young 
adults, and depressing reading for the rest of us! Edwina) ISBN 
9781904233947 $16.95, Atom publications.

LYN MCCONCHIE's new book, TIGER DAZE (ISBN 9780354508) was recently 
published by Avalook Publications. Paperback and PDF format can be 
purchased through Lulu, In 
Australia you can buy directly from publisher, Jean Weber by 
e-mailing, you can also buy direct from the author 
in New Zealand through by 
cheque, credit card or paypal. (Reported by Jean Weber) 

serialized novel appearing in chapters (of approx 2k) 5 days a week 
for 56 weekdays through http://www.cosmosmagazine/fiction 

CROWSWING BOOKS recently announced they will be publishing SEAN 
WRIGHT's 6 book set, the Jesse Jameson series, on 15th June, 2007. 
Sean Wright is also aiming at producing one album a month of his own 
musical compositions. MICHAEL KELLY's debut short story collection, 
Scratching the Surface", and JAMES COOPER's debut novel, "The Midway" 
have also recently been published by Crowswing books. They can be 
found at their new web site:

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 

Science Fiction Foundation, this competition is open to writers who 
are yet to have a paid fiction sale.(Submitters can have paid non-
fiction sales, and/or have received "payment" for fiction in kind 
i.e. contributors copies.) There will be 2 categories: Writers under 
18 years of age, and adult writers. Stories should be no more than 
1,500 words, 12 pt, double line spaced. Writers contact details to 
appear on cover letter only. (Please include age if entering the 
under 18 category) Entry appears to be free for members of 
Convergence 2, for non-attendees and $20 for non-members, made out to 
Victorian Science Fiction Conventions. Entries can be posted to PO 
BOX 1212 Melbourne, 3001. Winners will be announced at the 
convention, and winning entries will be published at a later date, 
possibly on the net. 

ABC FICTION AWARD: to the best original unpublished adult fiction 
manuscript. Comp closes 29th June, 2007. Entry fee $25. Entry forms 
and full details can be found on line. Manuscripts can be sent to ABC 
Level 10, Ultimo B, GPO Box 9994, Sydney, 2001. Ph 1800 009 994. 

DORCHESTER BOOKS ( are actively seeking Young 
Adult paranormal, futuristic & fantasy romances with noir-like 
narrative voice of 85,000-95,000 words.for their Shomi Books imprint, 
debuting in July 2007. Submissions should be addressed to Chris 
Keeslar. (Reported in the PIO newsletter.)

Look for the Andromeda Spaceways sample bag at Convergence 2! Jam-
packed full of fascinating stuff!

ANTIPODEAN SF 107 features flash (under 500 words) fiction from Mark 
Healy, Kathryn Flaherty, Shane Jiraiya Cummings, Chris Bell, Shaun A. 
Saunders, Peter M Ball, Kirstine Ong Muslim, David Such, Mark Tremble 
and Matt Doyle. It can be viewed at

NOCTEM AETERNUS is a planned free new PDF magazine expected to launch 
on 1 January, 2008, looking to publish SF, Fantasy, Adventure, and 
Western stories that contain an element of horror. Submissions open 
on 1st June. Please do not send submissions before this date. Paying 
10 cents a word. You can view submission guidelines or subscribe to 
this magazine at (Reported by Astrid Cooper on 
the Visions list.)
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 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. 

FRIENDS OF LINDA COX CHAN (FOLCC) raise money to donate to Juvenile 
Diabetes Research, Australia by selling donated books etc. (Current 
tally $20 Cath Ortlieb, you're a legend! Thank you!) Books looking 
for new homes: A-Team colouring and activity books: Art cards 
autographed by Marianne Plumridge and Bob Eggleton are also for sale. 
To buy items 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. 



DARREN McGAVIN, the American actor who portrayed Kolchak in the Night 
Stalker series, passed away on Feb 25th. (Thanks to Robin Johnson for 
passing this information on.)

JOHNNY HART, Cartoonist possibly best known for the B.C comic series, 
suffered a stroke and died at his storyboard on April 7th. He was 
aged 76. (Reported by Robin Johnson.)

KURT VONNEGUT, well renowned author of Slaughterhouse Five, Cats 
Cradle and others whose work "contained elements of social 
commentary, SF and autobiography" passed away on 12th April aged 84 
from brain injuries following a fall. 

Virginia Tech, and son of SF writer Michael Bishop and wife, Geri, 
was one of the victims shot dead by Seung-Hoi Cho during the campus 
massacre. He was aged 35. (Reported by Bruce Gillespie on the 

Filksinger FRANK GASPERK, housemate of filksinger Leslie Fish, 
recently hospitalised. (Reported on the Niven list.)

ANDY PORTER, prominent American fan, Antipodean enthusiast and 
Bullsheet reader, is undergoing chemotherapy following an operation 
for cancer.


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 

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 for more details. (Reported by 
Clare McDonald.) 

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

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

SHUTTLE MAWSON ( is a South Australian Star 
Trek fan club, & chapter of Starfleet International, run by Stuart 
Blair. (Reported by Stuart Blair.)

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 )

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 Dymocks City Store, Queen 
St, Brisbane. $10 joining fee, and $4 per meeting. (reported by Nigel 

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 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 
for more details.

SYDNEY FANS IN THE PUB. Now meet from 6.30pm on the second Tuesday of 
the month at the Civic Hotel, Crn Pitt & Goulburn Sts, Sydney. 

mail for meeting details. 

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 non-members.

TAG, TERRA AUSTRALIS GARRISON - a Starwars stormtrooper appreciation 
society. Details can be found at (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 for more 

NEWCASTLE SPACE FRONTIER SOCIETY (NSFS) Regular meetings and social 
functions. Full details available at (Reported 
by Jack Dwyer.) 

SPOCKSOC: A SF group run by students at the University of NSW, 
Kensington, Sydney.


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

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.)

YING TONG: A WALK WITH THE GOONS. For those Goons fans who missed it 
in Canberra, this play by Roy Smiles will be performed at the Sydney 
Opera House from April 10th to May 19th. Phone (02) 9250 1777 or see (Reported in March/April issue of Open Road 

JASON NAHRUNG's horror novel, The Darkness Within, (ISBN 
9780734409713) to be published by Hodder in June, will be having 2 
launches, the first at Convergence 2 in Melbourne over the Queen's 
Birthday long weekend (q.v. conventions) and at St Magdalene's Bar, 
235 Edward St, Brisbane from 7pm on June 19. KIM WILKINS will be MC 
at this event. Please RSVP to by 30 May.


DUFF (Down Under Fan Fund) The race for a DUFF contender is on again, 
and full details can be found at (Thanks to Irwin Hirsch for 
passing this information on.)

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

ALPHA 2 OMEGA. A literary & dramatic arts convention apparently for 
Chtistian writers. May 5-7 (Labour Day long weekend, QLD) Sydney St 
Theatre, Sydney St, New Farm, Brisbane. Membership $150, $115 
concession. See for 
full details. (Reported by James Collins) 

The DR WHO Club of Australia is having a MARTHA JONES and her first 
adventure with THE DOCTOR day on Sunday 6th May at the Drummoyne RSL 
Club, 162 Victoria Rd, Drummoyne, Sydney. KERRIE DOUGHTERY will also 
be speaking about the new book she co-authored, Dr Whp - The Visual 
Dictionary. Cost Adults, $8, DWCA members $6, Children $4. (Catch the 
500 series buses from the city, or bus route 520 from Parramatta 
station which also stops at Rydelmere and West Ryde Stations. The 492 
bus from Rockdale Station which also stops at Kingsgrove, Campsie and 
Burwood Stations also goes to Drummoyne.)

CONSPIRACY II, NZ Natcon. 1-4th June, Mercure Hotel, Willis St, 
Wellington, NZ. See GoH's: Eric Flint, 
Marianne de Pierres, Isobelle Carmody. Dylan Horrocks. Fan GoH: 
Barbara Clendon. Membership NZ$80 from 1 Jan until 20th May, then NZ 
$90 from 20th May until the door. Day rates also available. (Don't 
forget the Pitching Competition this convention is offering for 
novels and scripts. (Thanks to Robin Johnson for the additional 

CONVERGENCE 2. Australian Natcon, 2007. Rydges Hotel, Melbourne. 
Queens Birthday weekend, 8-11 June, 07. Theme:YA genre fiction. GoHs 
Australian fantasy author Isobelle Carmody & Melinda M Snodgrass, 
Star Trek script writer, author of The Circuit Trilogy and co-author 
of the Wild Cards series with George R.R. Martin.. Anime GoH: Piro. 
Membership from 1st March - 1st May $175. Students 15 yrs and over 
$55. Children under 15 free, Concession rates also available. See (Reported by Rose Mitchell.). Postal 
address GPO Box 1212 Melbourne, Vic 3001.

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 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 by 1st June 07. 
(Reported by Ted Scribner.)

SCINUT Conventions Eastern Seaboard 4 City Tour: Canberra, Melbourne, 
Brisbane, Sydney. 25th Aug 07 - 2 Sept 07. 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:, or see (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 .. You can also join Australian agent Craig 

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 $110, Student & Concession $75, and Supporting members 
$35. Prices rise on 1st January 07. See for more 
details. (Reported by Nicole R. Murphy.)

CRUISE TREK DOWNUNDER: Sets sail from Sydney 4th November, calls in 
on Melbourne, Tasmania & NZ. "Range of affordable accommodation" 
and "tickets now on sale" (But I'll be damned if I can find out from 
where - EH.) Details gleaned from Sci-fi reporter. More details 

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

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 for information about paypal and credit card 
payments. See or e-mail Postal address Australia in 2010, GPO Box 1212 
Melbourne, Australia. 3001. US AGENT: David Evans, UK Agents Eve & 
John Harvey, European Agent: Vince Docherty.


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

The Inkspillers web site, is a great 
source of market information for SF writers that is always being 
updated by Tony Plank. (Tony Plank and Inkspillers for a Ditmar!) 

For links to books, movies and television shows see John Tipper's 
homepage: http://www.collecting books

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