Peregrine Nations

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Janine Stinson released the first issue of her fanzine in April 2001 from Big Pine Key, Florida, U.S.A. and, after 2004, from East Lake, Michigan, U.S.A. The title was based on the word 'peregrination', which is defined by the New Webster Dictionary as, "a traveling, roaming, or wandering about: a journey".
Janine Stinson released the first issue of her fanzine in April 2001 from Big Pine Key, Florida, U.S.A. and, after 2004, from East Lake, Michigan, U.S.A. The title was based on the word 'peregrination', which is defined by the New Webster Dictionary as, "a traveling, roaming, or wandering about: a journey".
   
   
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Contributions of art work came from Sheryl Birkhead, Jukka Halme, Trinlay Khadro, Sue Mason ([[Plokta]]), [[Bill Rotsler|William Rotsler]], and Alan White.  
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Contributions of art work came from Sheryl Birkhead, Brad Foster, Alexis Gilliland, Jukka Halme, Amy Harlib, Trinlay Khadro, Sue Mason ([[Plokta]]), [[Bill Rotsler|William Rotsler]], and Alan White.  
Contributions of writing came from E.B. Frohvet ([[Twink]]), Will Allan Hogarth, Earl Kemp ([[Destiny]]), Lyn McConchie, Jim Sullivan, and John Teehan.
Contributions of writing came from E.B. Frohvet ([[Twink]]), Will Allan Hogarth, Earl Kemp ([[Destiny]]), Lyn McConchie, Jim Sullivan, and John Teehan.

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Peregrine Nations was a science fiction fanzine by Janine Stinson.

Janine Stinson released the first issue of her fanzine in April 2001 from Big Pine Key, Florida, U.S.A. and, after 2004, from East Lake, Michigan, U.S.A. The title was based on the word 'peregrination', which is defined by the New Webster Dictionary as, "a traveling, roaming, or wandering about: a journey".

Contributions of art work came from Sheryl Birkhead, Brad Foster, Alexis Gilliland, Jukka Halme, Amy Harlib, Trinlay Khadro, Sue Mason (Plokta), William Rotsler, and Alan White.

Contributions of writing came from E.B. Frohvet (Twink), Will Allan Hogarth, Earl Kemp (Destiny), Lyn McConchie, Jim Sullivan, and John Teehan.

Letters came from Ned Brooks (It Goes On The Shelf), Jason Burnett, John Hertz, Paul Di Filippo, Joseph Major (Alexiad), Lloyd Penney (Torus), and Joy Smith.

The last issue of Peregrine Nations appeared January 2008. Janine Stinson went on to co-edit Steam Engine Time with Bruce Gillespie.

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