Australian Science Fiction Review (second series)

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The '''Australian Science Fiction Review (second series)''' was an Australian science fiction [[fanzine]].   
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The '''Australian Science Fiction Review (second series)''' was an Australian science fiction fanzine.   
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''ASFR (second series)'', was the final incarnation of a science fiction [[fanzine]] that included the [[Australian Science Fiction Newsletter]] (1958-1966), the [[Australian Science Fiction Review]] (June 1966- June 1969), and [[Scythrop]] (December 1969 and Summer 1973-1974). The ''Australian Science Fiction Review (second series)'' ran from March 1986 till March/May 1991.
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''ASFR (second series)'', was the final incarnation of a science fiction fanzine that included the [[Australian Science Fiction Newsletter]] (1958-1966), the [[Australian Science Fiction Review]] (June 1966- June 1969), and [[Scythrop]] (December 1969 and Summer 1973-1974). The ''Australian Science Fiction Review (second series)'' ran from March 1986 till March/May 1991, with 27 issues published.
''ASFR (second series)'' was published by Ebony Books for the Science Fiction Collective in six volumes (Vol. 1, no. 1-v. 6, no. 2), before its final issue in March/May 1991.
''ASFR (second series)'' was published by Ebony Books for the Science Fiction Collective in six volumes (Vol. 1, no. 1-v. 6, no. 2), before its final issue in March/May 1991.
The Editorial Collective was Jenny Blackford, Russell Blackford, John Foyster, Yvonne Rousseau, Lucy Sussex, and Janeen Webb.
The Editorial Collective was Jenny Blackford, Russell Blackford, John Foyster, Yvonne Rousseau, Lucy Sussex, and Janeen Webb.
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Contributors included John Bangsund, John Baxter, John D. Berry ([[Egoboo]]), Martin Bridgstock, Damien Broderick, Bruce Gillespie ([[Dreams and False Alarms]], [[SF Commentary]]), Mark Linneman, Rosaleen Love, Joanna Russ, Norman Talbot, Michael J. Tolley,  George Turner, Cherry Wilder, and Jack Williamson.
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Also featured with interviews with writers such as Gene Wolfe.
''Australian Science Fiction Review'' won the [[Ditmar Award for Best Fanzine]] in 1991.
''Australian Science Fiction Review'' won the [[Ditmar Award for Best Fanzine]] in 1991.
==External Links==
==External Links==
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*[http://nla.gov.au/nla.cat-vn2190244 ASFR. Second series], [http://www.nla.gov.au National Library of Australia] catalogue record
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*[http://home.vicnet.net.au/~asff/foyster.htm Short bio of John Foyster on the occasion of receiving the A. Bertram Chandler Award]
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*[http://nla.gov.au/nla.cat-vn2190244 '''Australian Science Fiction Review (second series)'''  National Library of Australia catalogue record]  
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*[http://www.nla.gov.au National Library of Australia] catalogue record
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The Australian Science Fiction Review (second series) was an Australian science fiction fanzine.

ASFR (second series), was the final incarnation of a science fiction fanzine that included the Australian Science Fiction Newsletter (1958-1966), the Australian Science Fiction Review (June 1966- June 1969), and Scythrop (December 1969 and Summer 1973-1974). The Australian Science Fiction Review (second series) ran from March 1986 till March/May 1991, with 27 issues published.

ASFR (second series) was published by Ebony Books for the Science Fiction Collective in six volumes (Vol. 1, no. 1-v. 6, no. 2), before its final issue in March/May 1991.

The Editorial Collective was Jenny Blackford, Russell Blackford, John Foyster, Yvonne Rousseau, Lucy Sussex, and Janeen Webb.

Contributors included John Bangsund, John Baxter, John D. Berry (Egoboo), Martin Bridgstock, Damien Broderick, Bruce Gillespie (Dreams and False Alarms, SF Commentary), Mark Linneman, Rosaleen Love, Joanna Russ, Norman Talbot, Michael J. Tolley, George Turner, Cherry Wilder, and Jack Williamson.

Also featured with interviews with writers such as Gene Wolfe.

Australian Science Fiction Review won the Ditmar Award for Best Fanzine in 1991.

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