Multiverse

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Issue 1 was completely done by Nicki White, but other fans began contributing as of issue 2, which was released in March 1980.
Issue 1 was completely done by Nicki White, but other fans began contributing as of issue 2, which was released in March 1980.
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Contributors included J.J. Adamson, Mick Avenhouse, Sue Burztynski, Jill Curtin, Edwina Harvey ([[The Australian Science Fiction Bullsheet]]), Linda McCarthy, Shayne McCormack, Jenny McLean Caren Perlmutter, Dale Scott, Eluki bes Shahar,  [[Susan Smith-Clarke]] ([[Beyond Antares]], [[Chrinicles]], [[Girl's Own Fanzine]]), L. Tristy Spence, Geoff Tilley, and Vikki Weidner.
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Contributors included J.J. Adamson, Mick Avenhouse, Sue Burztynski, Jill Curtin, Edwina Harvey ([[The Australian Science Fiction Bullsheet]]), Linda McCarthy, Shayne McCormack, Jenny McLean, Caren Perlmutter, Dale Scott, Eluki bes Shahar,  [[Susan Smith-Clarke]] ([[Beyond Antares]], [[Chronicles]], [[Girl's Own Fanzine]]), L. Tristy Spence, Geoff Tilley, and Vikki Weidner.
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Multiverse is a science fiction fanzine by Nikki White.

The first issue of Multiverse appeared in Australia in December 1979. It was a mimeographed fanzine that combined various media SF characters from Star Trek and Star Wars to create literary SF stories. Other television series and films utilized in the stories included Battlestar Galactica, Blake's 7, Doctor Who, and Forever Knight. 30 issues were published, the last issue appeared in in June 1999.

Issue 1 was completely done by Nicki White, but other fans began contributing as of issue 2, which was released in March 1980.

Contributors included J.J. Adamson, Mick Avenhouse, Sue Burztynski, Jill Curtin, Edwina Harvey (The Australian Science Fiction Bullsheet), Linda McCarthy, Shayne McCormack, Jenny McLean, Caren Perlmutter, Dale Scott, Eluki bes Shahar, Susan Smith-Clarke (Beyond Antares, Chronicles, Girl's Own Fanzine), L. Tristy Spence, Geoff Tilley, and Vikki Weidner.

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