Carefully Sedated

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''Carefully Sedated'' was published in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The first issue appeared in April 1983, and the last issue, 4.5, in August 1986.
''Carefully Sedated'' was published in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The first issue appeared in April 1983, and the last issue, 4.5, in August 1986.
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The two editors both wrote editorials, accompanied by writing contributed by Robert Atwood, John Berry ([[Pot Pourri]], [[The Damned Patrol]]), Do-Ming Lum, D.A. Rafferty, Roldo, and Taral Wayne ([[DNQ]]). The article, "Tune In, Turn On, and Fall Out" by Taral Wayne was later reprinted in ''WCSFAzine''.  
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The two editors both wrote editorials, accompanied by writing contributed by Robert Atwood, John Berry ([[Pot Pourri]], [[The Damned Patrol]]), Do-Ming Lum, D.A. Rafferty, Roldo, and [[Taral Wayne]] ([[DNQ]]). The article, "Tune In, Turn On, and Fall Out" by Taral Wayne was later reprinted in [[WCSFAzine]].  
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Contributors of artwork included Roldo, Al Sirois and Taral Wayne.  
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Contributors of artwork included Roldo, Al Sirois, and Taral Wayne.  
Letters came from [[Walt Willis]] ([[Hyphen]]).
Letters came from [[Walt Willis]] ([[Hyphen]]).

Revision as of 23:04, 21 May 2013

Carefully Sedated was a science fiction fanzine by Catherine Crockett and Alan Rosenthal.

Carefully Sedated was published in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The first issue appeared in April 1983, and the last issue, 4.5, in August 1986.

The two editors both wrote editorials, accompanied by writing contributed by Robert Atwood, John Berry (Pot Pourri, The Damned Patrol), Do-Ming Lum, D.A. Rafferty, Roldo, and Taral Wayne (DNQ). The article, "Tune In, Turn On, and Fall Out" by Taral Wayne was later reprinted in WCSFAzine.

Contributors of artwork included Roldo, Al Sirois, and Taral Wayne.

Letters came from Walt Willis (Hyphen).

Later, Catherine Crockett, with Colin Hinz, also published an anthology of the fanwriting of Taral Wayne, called Old Toys, and the fanzine Twenty Three Skidoo.

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