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'''Head!''' is a British science fiction [[fanzine]] co-edited by [[Doug Bell]] and [[Christina Lake]].
'''Head!''' is a British science fiction [[fanzine]] co-edited by [[Doug Bell]] and [[Christina Lake]].
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''Head! includes sections such as "Media", which featured Nick Walters, a ''Dr. Who'' novelist, writing about meeting his favourite ''Dr. Who'' actor, and "Art" which included "Medicine Men", by Gary Wilkinson, about art of the last and current century. Other sections are "Travel", with Doug Bell's story "Pil, Pil, I Love You Still", about travelling in Basque Spain and France, and also writes about the Guggenheim in Bilbao, "Health" which has Christina Lake writing about her broken arm, and "Fandom" with "Where the Neo-Fans Graze" by Christina Lake. Other contributors included Simon Lake.
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''Head!'' includes sections such as "Media", which featured Nick Walters, a ''Dr. Who'' novelist, writing about meeting his favourite ''Dr. Who'' actor, and "Art" which included "Medicine Men", by Gary Wilkinson, about art of the last and current century. Other sections are "Travel", with Doug Bell's story "Pil, Pil, I Love You Still", about travelling in Basque Spain and France, and also writes about the Guggenheim in Bilbao, "Health" which has Christina Lake writing about her broken arm, and "Fandom" with "Where the Neo-Fans Graze" by Christina Lake. Other contributors included Simon Lake.
Covers were by Brad Foster.   
Covers were by Brad Foster.   

Revision as of 10:05, 9 June 2011

Head! is a British science fiction fanzine co-edited by Doug Bell and Christina Lake.

Head! includes sections such as "Media", which featured Nick Walters, a Dr. Who novelist, writing about meeting his favourite Dr. Who actor, and "Art" which included "Medicine Men", by Gary Wilkinson, about art of the last and current century. Other sections are "Travel", with Doug Bell's story "Pil, Pil, I Love You Still", about travelling in Basque Spain and France, and also writes about the Guggenheim in Bilbao, "Health" which has Christina Lake writing about her broken arm, and "Fandom" with "Where the Neo-Fans Graze" by Christina Lake. Other contributors included Simon Lake.

Covers were by Brad Foster.

Head won the Nova Award for Best Fanzine in 2001.

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