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[[Image:Castrovalva_copy.jpg‎|right|frame|'''Castrovalva'''<br/>1985<br/>Cover art by Stephanie Hawks]]
 
'''Castrovalva''' is a media science fiction fanzine by Mary D. Bloemker.  
 
'''Castrovalva''' is a media science fiction fanzine by Mary D. Bloemker.  
  
Released in 1985, ''Castrovalva'' was devoted to ' the television series, 'Dr. Who'', specifically the fifth doctor, played by Peter Davison. It was an 88 page one shot zine.
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Released in 1985 in East Boston, Maine, U.S.A., ''Castrovalva'' was devoted to the television series ''Dr. Who'', specifically the fifth doctor, played by Peter Davison. It was an 88 page one shot zine.
  
 
The cover art was by Stephanie Hawks. Interior art work was by Mary D. Bloemker.
 
The cover art was by Stephanie Hawks. Interior art work was by Mary D. Bloemker.
  
Contributions of writing included "Sandcastles of the Past" by Heidi Bloebaum; "Peace of Mind" by Mary Bloemker; "Countercurrent" by Connie R. Faddis; "Farewell" by Susan Fall, "Second Thoughts" and "A Friend in Need" by Patrice L. Heyes; "Brave Heart" by Cyndi Overstreet; "A Psychosis is not a Disease" by Elizabeth K. Shaw; and "The Circle Turns Again" by Judith C. Wilson.
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Contributions of writing included "Sandcastles of the Past" by Heidi Bloebaum; "Peace of Mind" by Mary Bloemker; "Countercurrent" by Connie R. Faddis ([[Interphase]]); "Farewell" by Susan Fall, "Second Thoughts" and "A Friend in Need" by Patrice L. Heyes; "Brave Heart" by Cyndi Overstreet; "A Psychosis is not a Disease" by Elizabeth K. Shaw; and "The Circle Turns Again" by Judith C. Wilson.
  
 
Contributions of poetry included "Time Spent Loitering" by Denise Habel, "Moment of Truth" by Patrice L. Heyes, "Sonnet" by Anne Collins Smith, "Black Orchid of Death" by Teresa Sarick, and "Tegan's Farewell" by Jill Stone.
 
Contributions of poetry included "Time Spent Loitering" by Denise Habel, "Moment of Truth" by Patrice L. Heyes, "Sonnet" by Anne Collins Smith, "Black Orchid of Death" by Teresa Sarick, and "Tegan's Farewell" by Jill Stone.
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Castrovalva
1985
Cover art by Stephanie Hawks

Castrovalva is a media science fiction fanzine by Mary D. Bloemker.

Released in 1985 in East Boston, Maine, U.S.A., Castrovalva was devoted to the television series Dr. Who, specifically the fifth doctor, played by Peter Davison. It was an 88 page one shot zine.

The cover art was by Stephanie Hawks. Interior art work was by Mary D. Bloemker.

Contributions of writing included "Sandcastles of the Past" by Heidi Bloebaum; "Peace of Mind" by Mary Bloemker; "Countercurrent" by Connie R. Faddis (Interphase); "Farewell" by Susan Fall, "Second Thoughts" and "A Friend in Need" by Patrice L. Heyes; "Brave Heart" by Cyndi Overstreet; "A Psychosis is not a Disease" by Elizabeth K. Shaw; and "The Circle Turns Again" by Judith C. Wilson.

Contributions of poetry included "Time Spent Loitering" by Denise Habel, "Moment of Truth" by Patrice L. Heyes, "Sonnet" by Anne Collins Smith, "Black Orchid of Death" by Teresa Sarick, and "Tegan's Farewell" by Jill Stone.

Mary Bloemker also published the Dr. Who fanzine The Faces of Time.

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