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'''Metaluna ''' is a media science fiction fanzine by John Tipper.
'''Metaluna ''' is a media science fiction fanzine by John Tipper.
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Published in Strathfeld, New South Wales, Australia, thirteen issues appeared, from April 1986 to 1990. The editor described it as "a media science fiction media fanzine with regular excursions into original fiction and art." it featured short stories, articles, and artwork, some of the content was devoted to such television series as ''Blake's 7'', ''The X Files'', and ''Babylon 5'', and movies such as ''Forbidden Planet'', and ''Dr. Strangelove''.  
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Published in Strathfeld, New South Wales, Australia, forty five regular issues appeared plus several "specials", from April 1986 to 1997. The editor described it as "a media science fiction media fanzine with regular excursions into original fiction and art." it featured short stories, articles, and artwork, some of the content was devoted to such television series as ''Blake's 7'', ''The X Files'', and ''Babylon 5'', and movies such as ''Forbidden Planet'', and ''Dr. Strangelove''.  
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Contributing writers included Sue Bursztynski, and Shane Dix.  
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Contributing writers included Sue Bursztynski ([[Tales from New Wales]]), and Shane Dix.  
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Contributing artists included Robert Jan, and Mike McGann.  
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Contributing artists included Gail Adams, Phil Cornell, Y S Hintz, Robert Jan, and Mike McGann.  
''Metaluna'' is included in the Susan Smith-Clarke Zine Collection at The National Library of Australia.
''Metaluna'' is included in the Susan Smith-Clarke Zine Collection at The National Library of Australia.
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John Tipper also published the science fiction and comics fanzine [[MM]].
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John Tipper also published the science fiction and comics fanzine [[MM]], [[The UFO Files]], [[Golden Years]] (on books and book collecting), and [[Serious Police Work]] (on the British police procedural series, ''The Bill'').
==External Link==
==External Link==
*[http://www.nla.gov.au/collect/s-sc-lst.html#coll-list Susan Smith -Clarke Zine Collection at The National Library of Australia, Canberra]
*[http://www.nla.gov.au/collect/s-sc-lst.html#coll-list Susan Smith -Clarke Zine Collection at The National Library of Australia, Canberra]
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* [http://www.collectingbooksandmagazines.com/frmzines.html#coll-list John Tipper's publishing history on the ''Collecting Books and Magazines'' website]
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MetalunaIssue 11 1986
Metaluna
Issue 11 1986

Metaluna is a media science fiction fanzine by John Tipper.

Published in Strathfeld, New South Wales, Australia, forty five regular issues appeared plus several "specials", from April 1986 to 1997. The editor described it as "a media science fiction media fanzine with regular excursions into original fiction and art." it featured short stories, articles, and artwork, some of the content was devoted to such television series as Blake's 7, The X Files, and Babylon 5, and movies such as Forbidden Planet, and Dr. Strangelove.

Contributing writers included Sue Bursztynski (Tales from New Wales), and Shane Dix.

Contributing artists included Gail Adams, Phil Cornell, Y S Hintz, Robert Jan, and Mike McGann.

Metaluna is included in the Susan Smith-Clarke Zine Collection at The National Library of Australia.

John Tipper also published the science fiction and comics fanzine MM, The UFO Files, Golden Years (on books and book collecting), and Serious Police Work (on the British police procedural series, The Bill).

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