Rastus Johnson's Cakewalk

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'''Rastus Johnson's Cakewalk''' was a science fiction fanzine by [[Greg Pickersgill]].
'''Rastus Johnson's Cakewalk''' was a science fiction fanzine by [[Greg Pickersgill]].
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This was Pickersgill 1990s fanzine that followed [[Fouler]] and [[Stop Breaking Down]], and was named after a piano piece by Scott Joplin. The first issue appeared in September 1993 and after seven issues it ended in October 1994.
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This was Pickersgill's 1990s fanzine that followed [[Fouler]] and [[Stop Breaking Down]], and was named after a piano piece by Scott Joplin. The first issue appeared in September 1993 and after seven issues it ended, in October 1994.
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Contributor of writing included Sandra Bond ([[QuasiQuote]]), John H. Hall, Dave Langford ([[Ansible]]), David Redd, and Pam Wells ([[Attitude]], [[Six Shooter]]).
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Contributors of writing included Sandra Bond ([[QuasiQuote]]), John H. Hall, Dave Langford ([[Ansible]]), David Redd, and Pam Wells ([[Attitude]], [[Six Shooter]]).
It won the [[Nova Award for Best Fanzine]] in 1994.
It won the [[Nova Award for Best Fanzine]] in 1994.

Revision as of 11:20, 29 June 2011

Rastus Johnson's Cakewalk was a science fiction fanzine by Greg Pickersgill.

This was Pickersgill's 1990s fanzine that followed Fouler and Stop Breaking Down, and was named after a piano piece by Scott Joplin. The first issue appeared in September 1993 and after seven issues it ended, in October 1994.

Contributors of writing included Sandra Bond (QuasiQuote), John H. Hall, Dave Langford (Ansible), David Redd, and Pam Wells (Attitude, Six Shooter).

It won the Nova Award for Best Fanzine in 1994.

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