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'''Littlebrook''' is a science fiction fanzine by Suzanne 'Suzle' Tompkins and Jerry Kaufman.
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'''Littlebrook''' is a science fiction fanzine by [[Suzanne Tompkins]] and Jerry Kaufman, published in Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.
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''Littlebrook'' is the follow-up zine to the two successful zines that Suzle and Jerry had previously published, [[The Spanish Inquisition]] in the 1970s, and [[Mainstream]] in the 1980s. ''Litlebrook'' was their return to publishing in the 2000s.  This time they decided to do a smaller zine that would appear more regularly.  
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''Littlebrook'' is the follow-up zine to the two successful zines that Suzanne 'Suzle' Tompkins and Jerry Kaufman had previously released, [[The Spanish Inquisition]] in the 1970s, and [[Mainstream]] in the 1980s. ''Littlebrook'' was their return to publishing in the 2000s.  This time they decided to do a smaller zine that would appear sporadically, whenever they felt like it. The first issue appeared in August 2002; the most recent issue, #8, was published in February 2911.
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Contributors of art work included Brad Foster, [[Bill Rotsler]], Stu Shiffman, and Steve Stiles.  
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Contributors of art work included Rhonda Boothe, Brad Foster, Alexis Gilliland, Linda Michaels, Ulrika O'Brien, [[Bill Rotsler]], Stu Shiffman, Craig Smith, Steve Stiles, [[Arthur Thomson]] and D. West.  
Photos were contributed by Stu Shiffman.  
Photos were contributed by Stu Shiffman.  
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Contributors of writing included John Berry ([[Pot Pourri]], [[The Damned Patrol]]), William Breiding ([[Star Fire]]), Andy Hooper ([[Chunga]]), Andi Shechter, Jim Young, and the editors.
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Contributors of writing included John Berry ([[Pot Pourri]], [[The Damned Patrol]]), William Breiding ([[Star Fire]]), Randy Byers ([[Chunga]]), Terry Carey, [[Lilian Edwards]] ([[Floss!]]), Moshe Feder, Victor Gonzales ([[Gloss]]), Teresa Nielsen Hayden ([[Izzard]]), Andy Hooper ([[Chunga]]), Luke McGuff, Ulrika O'Brien, Lesley Reece, Andi Schachter, Stu Shiffman, Bruce Townley ([[Oblong]]), Jim Young, and the editors.
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Letters came from [[Lee Hoffman]]([[Quandry]]), Sandra Meisel, Ray Nelson, Joseph Nicholas ([[Vector]]), [[Lloyd Penney]] ([[Torus]]), [[Dale Speirs]] ([[Opuntia]]), and others.
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==External Links==
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*[http://efanzines.com/Littlebrook/index.html '''Littlebrook''' on-line] at [[eFanzines.com]] 
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Revision as of 06:52, 21 October 2012

Littlebrook is a science fiction fanzine by Suzanne Tompkins and Jerry Kaufman, published in Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.

Littlebrook is the follow-up zine to the two successful zines that Suzanne 'Suzle' Tompkins and Jerry Kaufman had previously released, The Spanish Inquisition in the 1970s, and Mainstream in the 1980s. Littlebrook was their return to publishing in the 2000s. This time they decided to do a smaller zine that would appear sporadically, whenever they felt like it. The first issue appeared in August 2002; the most recent issue, #8, was published in February 2911.

Contributors of art work included Rhonda Boothe, Brad Foster, Alexis Gilliland, Linda Michaels, Ulrika O'Brien, Bill Rotsler, Stu Shiffman, Craig Smith, Steve Stiles, Arthur Thomson and D. West.

Photos were contributed by Stu Shiffman.

Contributors of writing included John Berry (Pot Pourri, The Damned Patrol), William Breiding (Star Fire), Randy Byers (Chunga), Terry Carey, Lilian Edwards (Floss!), Moshe Feder, Victor Gonzales (Gloss), Teresa Nielsen Hayden (Izzard), Andy Hooper (Chunga), Luke McGuff, Ulrika O'Brien, Lesley Reece, Andi Schachter, Stu Shiffman, Bruce Townley (Oblong), Jim Young, and the editors.

Letters came from Lee Hoffman(Quandry), Sandra Meisel, Ray Nelson, Joseph Nicholas (Vector), Lloyd Penney (Torus), Dale Speirs (Opuntia), and others.

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