Terran Times

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'''Terran times''' was a media science fiction [[fanzine]] published by Shayne McCormack.
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'''Terran Times''' was a media science fiction [[fanzine]] published by Shayne McCormack.
''Terran Times'' was published in Bass Hill, New South Wales, Australia, and was devoted to the original ''Star Trek'' television series and the subsequent movies. It was published from December 1969 to July 1972, with five issues being produced in that time.
''Terran Times'' was published in Bass Hill, New South Wales, Australia, and was devoted to the original ''Star Trek'' television series and the subsequent movies. It was published from December 1969 to July 1972, with five issues being produced in that time.
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Contributors of art work included Evelyn Turner.
Contributors of art work included Evelyn Turner.
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''Terran Times'' featured articles, reviews, art work, poetry, and fan fiction.
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''Terran Times'' featured articles, reviews, art work, poetry, and fan fiction and, aside from ''Star Trek'', also covered some mainstream science fiction.
Shayne McCormack also published the fanzines [[So You Say]], [[Something Else]], and [[Wombat]].  
Shayne McCormack also published the fanzines [[So You Say]], [[Something Else]], and [[Wombat]].  

Revision as of 22:52, 7 November 2012

Terran Times was a media science fiction fanzine published by Shayne McCormack.

Terran Times was published in Bass Hill, New South Wales, Australia, and was devoted to the original Star Trek television series and the subsequent movies. It was published from December 1969 to July 1972, with five issues being produced in that time.

Contributors of art work included Evelyn Turner.

Terran Times featured articles, reviews, art work, poetry, and fan fiction and, aside from Star Trek, also covered some mainstream science fiction.

Shayne McCormack also published the fanzines So You Say, Something Else, and Wombat.

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