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'''Maya''' was a science fiction fanzine published in the UK.
'''Maya''' was a science fiction fanzine published in the UK.
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''Maya'' was released in the 1970s. it  had a couple of editors, starting with Ian Williams for the first two issues. Issue 3, in 1972, saw Ian Maule take over editorship.
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''Maya'' was released in the 1970s. it  had a couple of editors, starting with Ian Williams for the first two issues. Issue 3, in 1972, saw Ian Maule take over editorship. As of 1975, for #8, Rob Jackson assumed editorship.
Contributors included Gray Boak, Lisa Conesa, Roj Gilbert, Mary (Reed) Legg ([[Crabapple]], [[Link (UK)|Link]]), Thom Penman, John Piggot, Dave Pringle, and the editors.
Contributors included Gray Boak, Lisa Conesa, Roj Gilbert, Mary (Reed) Legg ([[Crabapple]], [[Link (UK)|Link]]), Thom Penman, John Piggot, Dave Pringle, and the editors.
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''Maya'' issue 3 won the [[Checkpoint]] Readers Fan Poll for Best single issue of a British Fanzine in 1972, and Mary Legg won  Best Article for her series in ''Maya'' #2 and #3, "Looking Back".  
''Maya'' issue 3 won the [[Checkpoint]] Readers Fan Poll for Best single issue of a British Fanzine in 1972, and Mary Legg won  Best Article for her series in ''Maya'' #2 and #3, "Looking Back".  
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In 1977, ''Maya'' won the FAAn Award for Best Fanzine for issue 11, edited by Rob Jackson (a tie with [[Spanish Inquisition]]) and 1978, won again for issue 14.
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Revision as of 20:59, 9 May 2011

Maya was a science fiction fanzine published in the UK.

Maya was released in the 1970s. it had a couple of editors, starting with Ian Williams for the first two issues. Issue 3, in 1972, saw Ian Maule take over editorship. As of 1975, for #8, Rob Jackson assumed editorship.

Contributors included Gray Boak, Lisa Conesa, Roj Gilbert, Mary (Reed) Legg (Crabapple, Link), Thom Penman, John Piggot, Dave Pringle, and the editors.

Covers were by Kevin Cullen (#2) and Harry Bell (#3), with interior art work by Harry Bell and Jim Marshall.

Maya issue 3 won the Checkpoint Readers Fan Poll for Best single issue of a British Fanzine in 1972, and Mary Legg won Best Article for her series in Maya #2 and #3, "Looking Back".

In 1977, Maya won the FAAn Award for Best Fanzine for issue 11, edited by Rob Jackson (a tie with Spanish Inquisition) and 1978, won again for issue 14.

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