Difference between revisions of "Scythrop"

From ZineWiki
Jump to: navigation, search
Line 1: Line 1:
 
'''Scythrop''' (December 1969 and Summer 1973-1974), formerly the [[Australian science fiction review]], was an Australian science fiction [[fanzine]] edited and published by John Bangsund.  
 
'''Scythrop''' (December 1969 and Summer 1973-1974), formerly the [[Australian science fiction review]], was an Australian science fiction [[fanzine]] edited and published by John Bangsund.  
  
Eight issues were published (No. 21-no. 28), with the numbering continuing on from [[The Australian science fiction review|Australian Science Fiction Review]].
+
Eight issues were published (No. 21-no. 28), with the numbering continuing on from [[Australian science fiction review|The Australian Science Fiction Review]].
  
 +
Contributors included Harry Coachman, D.G.Compton, James Goodwin, and George Turner.   
  
 
The fanzine subsequently went into a long hiatus before being relaunched as the [[Australian science fiction review. Second series|Australian Science Fiction Review (second series)]] in 1986.
 
The fanzine subsequently went into a long hiatus before being relaunched as the [[Australian science fiction review. Second series|Australian Science Fiction Review (second series)]] in 1986.

Revision as of 21:53, 3 April 2011

Scythrop (December 1969 and Summer 1973-1974), formerly the Australian science fiction review, was an Australian science fiction fanzine edited and published by John Bangsund.

Eight issues were published (No. 21-no. 28), with the numbering continuing on from The Australian Science Fiction Review.

Contributors included Harry Coachman, D.G.Compton, James Goodwin, and George Turner.

The fanzine subsequently went into a long hiatus before being relaunched as the Australian Science Fiction Review (second series) in 1986.

External Links