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'''The Faces of Time''' is a media science fiction fanzine edited by Mary D. Bloemker, and published by Permanent Press/Dawnseeker Press.
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[[Image:Faces_copy.jpg‎|right|frame|'''The Faces of Time''' <br/>Issue 3 1983 <br/> Cover art by Connie Faddis]]
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'''The Faces of Time''' was a media science fiction fanzine edited by Mary D. Bloemker, and published in East Boston, Maine, U.S.A. by Permanent Press/Dawnseeker Press.
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''The Faces of Time'' is devoted to the television series, ''Doctor Who''.  
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''The Faces of Time'' is an anthology devoted to the television series, ''Doctor Who''.
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The first issue appeared in 1981. The cover artwork was by Connie Faddis ([[Interphase]]), with interior art by Mary Bloenker, Connie Faddis, Stephanie Hawks, Deb Walsh. It featured, among other items,  an interview with Terrance Dicks by Peter David, fiction by S. Brundige, and an article by Peter David.
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The first issue appeared in 1981. The cover artwork was by Connie Faddis ([[Interphase]]), with interior art by Mary Bloenker, Connie Faddis, Stephanie Hawks, Deb Walsh. It featured, among other items,  an interview with Terrance Dicks by Peter David, fiction by S. Brundige, and an article by Peter David. It also came with a special pull-out poster, "A Life in the Life of a Time Lord".
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Issue 2 was published in 1982. The cover was by Mary Bloemker. It included writing by Jean Airey, Mary Bloemker, Lemore Dunlop, Mary A. Fall, Christy Reynolds, Robert St. John, and Linda Terrell. Poetry was by Linda Lanzi. Also included was a special pull-out poster, "The Faces of Time II", by Deborah Walsh and a porfolio by May Bloemker of a Tarot card deck featuring ''Doctor Who'' characters.
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Issue 3 was released in 1983. The cover was by Connie Faddis, with interior art work by Mary Bloemker, Cheryl Duval ([[Rassilon's Star]]), Stephanie Hawks, Carol McPherson, Erika Raushcer, Robert St. John, and Deborah Walsh, including a portfolio by Deborah Walsh. Writing was by Jean Airey, [[Ruth Berman]] ([[Inside Star Trek]], [[T-Negative]], [[SH - sf Fanthology]]), Mary A. Fall, Laurie Haldeman, Jan Lindner, Jackie Paciello, Robert St. John, and Kathryn Yount. 
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In 1985, Mary D. Bloemker published another ''Dr. Who'' fanzine called [[Castrovalva]].
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The Faces of Time Issue 3 1983  Cover art by Connie Faddis
The Faces of Time
Issue 3 1983
Cover art by Connie Faddis

The Faces of Time was a media science fiction fanzine edited by Mary D. Bloemker, and published in East Boston, Maine, U.S.A. by Permanent Press/Dawnseeker Press.

The Faces of Time is an anthology devoted to the television series, Doctor Who.

The first issue appeared in 1981. The cover artwork was by Connie Faddis (Interphase), with interior art by Mary Bloenker, Connie Faddis, Stephanie Hawks, Deb Walsh. It featured, among other items, an interview with Terrance Dicks by Peter David, fiction by S. Brundige, and an article by Peter David. It also came with a special pull-out poster, "A Life in the Life of a Time Lord".

Issue 2 was published in 1982. The cover was by Mary Bloemker. It included writing by Jean Airey, Mary Bloemker, Lemore Dunlop, Mary A. Fall, Christy Reynolds, Robert St. John, and Linda Terrell. Poetry was by Linda Lanzi. Also included was a special pull-out poster, "The Faces of Time II", by Deborah Walsh and a porfolio by May Bloemker of a Tarot card deck featuring Doctor Who characters.

Issue 3 was released in 1983. The cover was by Connie Faddis, with interior art work by Mary Bloemker, Cheryl Duval (Rassilon's Star), Stephanie Hawks, Carol McPherson, Erika Raushcer, Robert St. John, and Deborah Walsh, including a portfolio by Deborah Walsh. Writing was by Jean Airey, Ruth Berman (Inside Star Trek, T-Negative, SH - sf Fanthology), Mary A. Fall, Laurie Haldeman, Jan Lindner, Jackie Paciello, Robert St. John, and Kathryn Yount.

In 1985, Mary D. Bloemker published another Dr. Who fanzine called Castrovalva.

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