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Columns were contributed by Rob Hansen ([[Chuch]]). Contributions of writing included Stu Shiffman's 1981 TAFF report, "A Raffles Lad Abroad".
Columns were contributed by Rob Hansen ([[Chuch]]). Contributions of writing included Stu Shiffman's 1981 TAFF report, "A Raffles Lad Abroad".
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Art work was contributed by Rob Hansen, and [[Taral Wayne]] ([[DNQ]], [[Toronto The Ghood]]), among others.
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Art work was contributed by Rob Hansen, and [[Taral Wayne]] ([[DNQ]], [[Toronto the Ghood]]), among others.
   
   
In [[The Slan of Baker Street]], Taral Wayne writes, "In its time, Raffles was one of the more fun fanzines on the scene. It was fun to read and fun to contribute to its unique blend of popular futurism and Victorian bric-a-brac. You might say that Stu was one of the pioneers of the steampunk esthetic, 30 years ahead of his time."
In [[The Slan of Baker Street]], Taral Wayne writes, "In its time, Raffles was one of the more fun fanzines on the scene. It was fun to read and fun to contribute to its unique blend of popular futurism and Victorian bric-a-brac. You might say that Stu was one of the pioneers of the steampunk esthetic, 30 years ahead of his time."

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Raffles was a science fiction fanzine by Stu Shiffman and Larry Carmody.

Raffles was published in the 1980s.

Columns were contributed by Rob Hansen (Chuch). Contributions of writing included Stu Shiffman's 1981 TAFF report, "A Raffles Lad Abroad".

Art work was contributed by Rob Hansen, and Taral Wayne (DNQ, Toronto the Ghood), among others.

In The Slan of Baker Street, Taral Wayne writes, "In its time, Raffles was one of the more fun fanzines on the scene. It was fun to read and fun to contribute to its unique blend of popular futurism and Victorian bric-a-brac. You might say that Stu was one of the pioneers of the steampunk esthetic, 30 years ahead of his time."

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