Science Fiction / San Francisco

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Science Fiction / San Francisco (often referred to as SF/SF) was a Science Fiction fanzine founded by Jack Avery in 2005. Issue 163, Winter/Spring 2016, was the final issue.

Science Fiction / San Francisco has been hosted on eFanzines.com from issue 1 and is available as a PDF Webzine. Jack Avery edited the fanzine alone for the first nine issues.

During this time, it featured articles from Chris Garcia, Jean Martin and Dr. Noe. A large section of each issue was a Bay Area Fandom Calendar.

After issue 9, Jack Avery announced that he was giving the zine up and Garcia and Martin took up editorship while Avery remained doing layout and the calendar section. After issue 20, Avery left the zine and was replaced by Eva Kent. David Moyce came on board as proof-reader and handling the calendar section.

In December 2009, Garcia left as co-editor, leaving Jean Martin As Editor-in-Chief, and Espana Sheriff as Editor.

Contributors of writing included Johnny Absinthe, Hack Avery, Tom Becker, Will La Cross, Jonathan Devor, Joanna S. Dunlap, Thad Gann, Chris Garcia, Phil Gust, Robert Hole (e2PMI), Howeird, Barbara Johnson-Haddad, Yvette Keller, John F. McGowan, Kara Nagle, Carole Parker, Robbie Pleasant, Maurice Ratz, Diane Rooney, Espana Sheriff, Denise Robarge Tanaka, and Andrew Trembley.

Contributing photographers include Johnny Absinthe, Tom Becker, Jin Bull, Will Ka Cross, Oscar Chang, Jonathoan Devor, Joanna S. Dunlap, Thad Gann, Howeird, Lucy Huntzinger (Rude Bitch, Sisters), Yvette Keller, Deboran Kopec, Jean Martin, Diane Rooney, Jason Schachat and Kin Yasuda.

Contributing artists include Genevieve, Brad Foster (The Texas SF Inquirer), Leah Jay, Kate Kelton, Rick Lucey, M. Rhodes, Louise Smythe, and Mo Starkey.

Letters came from Brad Foster, Steve Green, Greg Pickersgill (Rastus Johnson's Cakewalk), John Purcell (Askance), Milt Stevens, and Lloyd Penney (Torus).

In recent issues, the fanzine began featuring art and articles on Media Science Fiction, such as Doctor Who, Sherlock, Torchwood, and other television series.

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