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'''Emerald City''' is a science fiction fanzine by Cheryl Morgan.
 
'''Emerald City''' is a science fiction fanzine by Cheryl Morgan.
  
134 issues of Emerald City appeared during its run. The first issue was released September 1995. As of issue 17, it began to be released exclusively on its own ''Emerald City'' website. ''Emerald City'' consisted of  convention reports, essays on science fiction, extensive book reviews, film reviews.   
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134 issues of Emerald City appeared during its run. The first issue was released September 1995. As of issue 17, it began to be released exclusively on its own ''Emerald City'' website. ''Emerald City'' consisted of  convention reports, essays on science fiction, reporting and analysis of Hugo and other Awards, extensive book reviews, film reviews.   
  
 
Contributors included Sandy Auden, R. Scott Bakker, Stuart Carter, Matthew Cheney,  John Clute, Hal Duncan, Joe Gordon, Mario Guslandi, John Hertz, Victoria Hoyle, Lucy Kemnitzer, Farah Mendlesohn, Juliet E. McKenna, Karina Meerman, Anne KG Murphy, Debbie Notkin, Karen Traviss, Jeff VanderMeer, Gary K. Wolfe, Peter Wong and [[Frank Wu]].  
 
Contributors included Sandy Auden, R. Scott Bakker, Stuart Carter, Matthew Cheney,  John Clute, Hal Duncan, Joe Gordon, Mario Guslandi, John Hertz, Victoria Hoyle, Lucy Kemnitzer, Farah Mendlesohn, Juliet E. McKenna, Karina Meerman, Anne KG Murphy, Debbie Notkin, Karen Traviss, Jeff VanderMeer, Gary K. Wolfe, Peter Wong and [[Frank Wu]].  
  
Interviews included Tim Powers by John Shirley, and Michael Butterworth, John Coulthart and Kris Guidio (Savoy Books), Pete Crowther (PS Publishing), Marc Gascoigne (Black Library), Gavin Grant and Kelly Link (Small Beer Press), Ben Jeapes (Big Engine), Deborah Layne and Jay lake (Wheatland Press), and Sean Wallace (Prime Books) interviewed by Cheryl Morgan.  
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Interviews included Tim Powers by John Shirley, and Michael Butterworth, John Coulthart and Kris Guidio (Savoy Books), Pete Crowther (PS Publishing), Marc Gascoigne (Black Library), Gavin Grant and Kelly Link (Small Beer Press), Marty Halpern and Gary Turner (Golden Gryphon), Ben Jeapes (Big Engine), Deborah Layne and Jay Lake (Wheatland Press), Paul lenz (Reverb), Chris Teague (Pendragon Press) and Sean Wallace (Prime Books) interviewed by Cheryl Morgan.  
  
 
''Emerald City'' won the [[Hugo Award for Best Fanzine]] in 2004.
 
''Emerald City'' won the [[Hugo Award for Best Fanzine]] in 2004.

Revision as of 17:22, 2 May 2011

Emerald City is a science fiction fanzine by Cheryl Morgan.

134 issues of Emerald City appeared during its run. The first issue was released September 1995. As of issue 17, it began to be released exclusively on its own Emerald City website. Emerald City consisted of convention reports, essays on science fiction, reporting and analysis of Hugo and other Awards, extensive book reviews, film reviews.

Contributors included Sandy Auden, R. Scott Bakker, Stuart Carter, Matthew Cheney, John Clute, Hal Duncan, Joe Gordon, Mario Guslandi, John Hertz, Victoria Hoyle, Lucy Kemnitzer, Farah Mendlesohn, Juliet E. McKenna, Karina Meerman, Anne KG Murphy, Debbie Notkin, Karen Traviss, Jeff VanderMeer, Gary K. Wolfe, Peter Wong and Frank Wu.

Interviews included Tim Powers by John Shirley, and Michael Butterworth, John Coulthart and Kris Guidio (Savoy Books), Pete Crowther (PS Publishing), Marc Gascoigne (Black Library), Gavin Grant and Kelly Link (Small Beer Press), Marty Halpern and Gary Turner (Golden Gryphon), Ben Jeapes (Big Engine), Deborah Layne and Jay Lake (Wheatland Press), Paul lenz (Reverb), Chris Teague (Pendragon Press) and Sean Wallace (Prime Books) interviewed by Cheryl Morgan.

Emerald City won the Hugo Award for Best Fanzine in 2004.

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