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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]].
  
The most recently published issue is #11, of September 2011. ''Head'' covers everything from travel, media, art, writing, sports, comics, video games, fandom, con reports, and even science fiction.
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The most recently published issue is #12, of August 2014. ''Head'' covers everything from travel, media, art, writing, sports, comics, video games, fandom, con reports, and even science fiction.
  
''Head'' has included contributions such as Doug Bell's story "Pil, Pil, I Love You Still", about travelling in Basque Spain and France, and about the Guggenheim in Bilbao; Christina Lake writing on fandom in "Where the Neo-Fans Graze", and on the Eurocon in Sweden, in "Shards of Babel"; "How I Pubbed My Other 'Ish'", on fan publishing for CAMRA, by Mike Meara; Nick Walters, a ''Dr. Who'' novelist, writing about meeting his favourite ''Dr. Who'' actor; "The Gloves Come Off', an illustrated memoir about ice hockey by Taral Wayne ([[DNQ]]); "Medicine Men" by Gary Wilkinson, about art of the last and current century.
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''Head'' has included contributions such as Doug Bell's story "Pil, Pil, I Love You Still", about travelling in Basque Spain and France, and about the Guggenheim in Bilbao; Christina Lake writing on fandom in "Where the Neo-Fans Graze", and on the Eurocon in Sweden, in "Shards of Babel"; "How I Pubbed My Other 'Ish'", on fan publishing for CAMRA, by Mike Meara; Nick Walters, a ''Dr. Who'' novelist, writing about meeting his favourite ''Dr. Who'' actor; "The Gloves Come Off', an illustrated memoir about ice hockey by [[Taral Wayne]] ([[DNQ]]); "Medicine Men" by Gary Wilkinson, about art of the last and current century.
 
   
 
   
Other contributors have included Peter Crump, [[Lilian Edwards]] ([[Gloss]], [[Floss!]]), Ian Millsted, Simon Lake, and Frank Lunney ([[Beabohema]]).
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Other contributors have included Peter Crump, [[Lilian Edwards]] ([[Gloss]], [[Floss!]]), Andy Hooper ([[Chunga]]), Ian Millsted, Simon Lake, and Frank Lunney ([[Beabohema]]).
  
Covers are by Brad Foster, and Steve Stiles, and logos were contributed by [[Steve Green]]. Illustrations were by Brad Foster, Rob Gilvary,  [[Bill Rotsler]], Steve Stiles, John Toon, and Taral Wayne.
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Covers are by Brad Foster, and Steve Stiles, and logos were contributed by [[Steve Green]]. Interior illustrations are by Brad Foster, Rob Gilvary,  [[Sue Mason]], [[Bill Rotsler]], Steve Stiles, John Toon, and Taral Wayne.
  
 
Photographs are by Gary Wilkinson, and the editors.
 
Photographs are by Gary Wilkinson, and the editors.
  
Letter came from James Bacon ([[Journey Planet]]), Steve Jeffery, Tim Jones, Jerry Kaufman ([[Littlebrook]]), Eric Lindsay ([[Gegenschein]]), Jim Mowatt, Joseph Nicholas ([[Vector]]), John Nielsen-Hall, [[Lloyd Penney]] ([[Torus]]), and Sue Thomason.  
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Letter came from James Bacon ([[Journey Planet]]), Warren Buff, Steve Jeffery, Tim Jones, Jerry Kaufman ([[Littlebrook]]), Eric Lindsay ([[Gegenschein]]), Mike Meara, Jim Mowatt, Joseph Nicholas ([[Fuck The Tories]]), John Nielsen-Hall, [[Lloyd Penney]] ([[Torus]]), and Sue Thomason.  
  
 
''Head'' won the [[Nova Award for Best Fanzine]] in 2001, and in 2011.
 
''Head'' won the [[Nova Award for Best Fanzine]] in 2001, and in 2011.
  
Christina Lake had previously co-edited the fanzine [[This Never Happens]] with Lilian Edwards.
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Christina Lake had previously co-edited the fanzine [[This Never Happens]] with Lilian Edwards. Throughout the 2010s, she has also published her personal zine [[Nowhere Fan]].
  
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==
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*[http://efanzines.com/Head/index.htm Issues 8 to 12 of '''Head'''] at [[EFanzines.com]]
 
*[http://efanzines.com/Fanzines/Fanzines26.pdf Review of '''Head''' by Ted White]
 
*[http://efanzines.com/Fanzines/Fanzines26.pdf Review of '''Head''' by Ted White]
 
*[http://fernsehturm.co.uk/ Doug Bell's blog]
 
*[http://fernsehturm.co.uk/ Doug Bell's blog]

Latest revision as of 15:31, 9 March 2018

Head
Issue 7
Cover by Brad Foster

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

The most recently published issue is #12, of August 2014. Head covers everything from travel, media, art, writing, sports, comics, video games, fandom, con reports, and even science fiction.

Head has included contributions such as Doug Bell's story "Pil, Pil, I Love You Still", about travelling in Basque Spain and France, and about the Guggenheim in Bilbao; Christina Lake writing on fandom in "Where the Neo-Fans Graze", and on the Eurocon in Sweden, in "Shards of Babel"; "How I Pubbed My Other 'Ish'", on fan publishing for CAMRA, by Mike Meara; Nick Walters, a Dr. Who novelist, writing about meeting his favourite Dr. Who actor; "The Gloves Come Off', an illustrated memoir about ice hockey by Taral Wayne (DNQ); "Medicine Men" by Gary Wilkinson, about art of the last and current century.

Other contributors have included Peter Crump, Lilian Edwards (Gloss, Floss!), Andy Hooper (Chunga), Ian Millsted, Simon Lake, and Frank Lunney (Beabohema).

Covers are by Brad Foster, and Steve Stiles, and logos were contributed by Steve Green. Interior illustrations are by Brad Foster, Rob Gilvary, Sue Mason, Bill Rotsler, Steve Stiles, John Toon, and Taral Wayne.

Photographs are by Gary Wilkinson, and the editors.

Letter came from James Bacon (Journey Planet), Warren Buff, Steve Jeffery, Tim Jones, Jerry Kaufman (Littlebrook), Eric Lindsay (Gegenschein), Mike Meara, Jim Mowatt, Joseph Nicholas (Fuck The Tories), John Nielsen-Hall, Lloyd Penney (Torus), and Sue Thomason.

Head won the Nova Award for Best Fanzine in 2001, and in 2011.

Christina Lake had previously co-edited the fanzine This Never Happens with Lilian Edwards. Throughout the 2010s, she has also published her personal zine Nowhere Fan.

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