The Mentor

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Artwork was by Malcolm Edwards ([[Vector]]), Steven Fox, Andrey Karapetyan, Peter Lempert, and Mike McCann, Peggy Ranson, Antoinette Rydyr, Kurt Stone, Jozef Szekeres, Julie Vaux, Tonia Walden, and Rod Williams, among others.
Artwork was by Malcolm Edwards ([[Vector]]), Steven Fox, Andrey Karapetyan, Peter Lempert, and Mike McCann, Peggy Ranson, Antoinette Rydyr, Kurt Stone, Jozef Szekeres, Julie Vaux, Tonia Walden, and Rod Williams, among others.
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Issue 23 was a split zine with [[Girl's Own Fanzine]] by [[Susan Smith-Clarke]].
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Issue 23 was a split zine with [[Girl’s Own Fanzine]] by [[Susan Smith-Clarke]].
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The Mentor Issue 21, October 1971
The Mentor
Issue 21, October 1971

The Mentor (1965-2001) was a science fiction fanzine by Ron Clarke published in NSW, Australia.

Issues No. 1-23 of The Mentor, which were published from 1965 till 1973, were edited and published by Ron Clarke, before reappearing in 1978, also as The Mentor for issues No. 24-95, which ran from 1978 till 2001.

The Mentor featured the regular columns "Grimesish Grumberlings" by A. Bertram Chandler; "The Yankee Privateer" by Buck Coulson, editor of Yandro, and a column by Mae Strelkov.

Other contributors included Peter Brodie, Meryl Brown Tobin, Bill Congreve, Janet Cooper, Andrew Darlington (Ludd's Mill), Shane Dix, Wayne Edwards, Louise Hollingberry, Brent Lillie, Vol Molesworth, Margaret Pearce, Richard Reeve, William P. Robertson, Pauline Scarf, Steve Sneyd (Data Dump), Andrew Sullivan, David Tansey, Julie Vaux, Jim Verran, Pavel Viaznikov, Sean Alan Wallace, and Sean Williams.

Contributors of poetry were Peter Brodie, Meryl Brown Tobin, Tom Kretz, Lloyd Michael Lohr, Giovanni Malito, E.D. Paul, M.S. Raper, Richard E. Reeve, and Bill West

Artwork was by Malcolm Edwards (Vector), Steven Fox, Andrey Karapetyan, Peter Lempert, and Mike McCann, Peggy Ranson, Antoinette Rydyr, Kurt Stone, Jozef Szekeres, Julie Vaux, Tonia Walden, and Rod Williams, among others.

Issue 23 was a split zine with Girl’s Own Fanzine by Susan Smith-Clarke.

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