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*[http://home.vicnet.net.au/~asff/gillespie.htm Short bio of Bruce Gillespie on the occasion of winning the A. Bertram Chandler Award]
*[http://home.vicnet.net.au/~asff/gillespie.htm Short bio of Bruce Gillespie on the occasion of winning the A. Bertram Chandler Award]

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SF Commentary Issue 79 Cover art by Ditmar Dick Jennsen from a photo by Toni Weisskopf 2004
SF Commentary Issue 79 Cover art by Ditmar Dick Jennsen from a photo by Toni Weisskopf 2004

SF Commentary is a science fiction fanzine by Bruce Gillespie.

The first issue of SF Commentary appeared in January 1969. It has been published sporadically since then, missing the 1990s, but returning in the 2000s. The latest issue, #82, was released August 2011.

Contributors of art work included 'Ditmar' Dick Jensen (Etherline) and carl juarez (Chunga).

Contributors of photographs were Helena Binns and Toni Weisskopf.

Contributors of writing include Lenny Bailes, Gregory Benford, Doug Barbour, Jenny Blackford, Damien Broderick, Harry Buerkett, Stephen Campbell, Cy Chauvin, Richard Delap, Paul Ewins, Barry Gillam, Terry Green, Roslyn Kopel Gross, Amy Harlib, John Hertz, Steve Jeffery, Dick Jennsen, Stanislaw lem, Dave Locke (Awry, Time and Again), Rosaleen Love, Hank Luttrell (Starling), Lesleigh Luttrell (Quark, Starling), Race Mathews (Bacchanalia, Etherline), Ian Mond, Ian Nichols, Cath Ortlieb, Marc Ortlieb (The Australian Science Fiction Bullsheet, Tigger), Greg Pickersgill (Rastus Johnson's Cakewalk), Yvonne Rousseau, John Sladek, Colin Steele, Alan Stewart, Darko Suvin, George Turner, Paul Walker, Toni Weisskopf, and George Zebrowski.

Also included are reprints of articles by Bob Tucker (Le Zombie, Science Fiction Newsletter) included in the issue dedicated to him, "The Tucker Issue", #79.

SF Commentary has won the Ditmar Award for Best Fanzine for the years 1970, 1971, 1973, 1977, 1980 and 2002.

Since the 2000s, Bruce Gillespie has also co-edited Steam Engine Time with Janine Stinson.

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