Time Loop

From ZineWiki

(Difference between revisions)
Jump to: navigation, search
(2 intermediate revisions not shown.)
Line 1: Line 1:
 +
[[Image:Time_Loop_volume_9.jpg‎|right|frame]]
'''Time Loop''' was a media science fiction [[fanzine]] published by Tina Kennedy and Paul Kennedy.
'''Time Loop''' was a media science fiction [[fanzine]] published by Tina Kennedy and Paul Kennedy.
-
'''Time Loop''' was the newsletter of a ''Dr. Who'' fan club, published in Cambridge Park, new South Wales, Australia. It was released from 1981 till 1989. Each of the issues were offset printed, about 10 pages, and featured updates on current media events.  
+
Subtitled "The Doctor Who Information and Newsletter - With A Difference", ''Time Loop'' was the newsletter of a ''Dr. Who'' fan club, published in Cambridge Park, New South Wales, Australia. It was released from 1981 till 1989. Each of the issues were offset printed, about 10 to 12 pages, and featured updates on current media events. At least 92 issues appeared. One issue was edited by Tim Richards, editor of [[Mentalis]].
''Time Loop'' won the Double Gamma Award for Best Fanzine in 1984, and 1988. Paul and Tina Kennedy won the Double Gamma Award for Best Editor in 1984.
''Time Loop'' won the Double Gamma Award for Best Fanzine in 1984, and 1988. Paul and Tina Kennedy won the Double Gamma Award for Best Editor in 1984.
 +
 +
''Time Loop'' also published several annuals, 4 issues of ''Time Loop Art Zine'', one issue of ''Time Loop Comics'', two issues of the ''Who Do Convention Zine'', and three issues of the ''Time Loop Junior Art Zine''.
'''Time Loop''' is included in the Susan Smith-Clarke Zine Collection at The National Library in Australia.
'''Time Loop''' is included in the Susan Smith-Clarke Zine Collection at The National Library in Australia.

Revision as of 08:54, 8 May 2014

Time Loop was a media science fiction fanzine published by Tina Kennedy and Paul Kennedy.

Subtitled "The Doctor Who Information and Newsletter - With A Difference", Time Loop was the newsletter of a Dr. Who fan club, published in Cambridge Park, New South Wales, Australia. It was released from 1981 till 1989. Each of the issues were offset printed, about 10 to 12 pages, and featured updates on current media events. At least 92 issues appeared. One issue was edited by Tim Richards, editor of Mentalis.

Time Loop won the Double Gamma Award for Best Fanzine in 1984, and 1988. Paul and Tina Kennedy won the Double Gamma Award for Best Editor in 1984.

Time Loop also published several annuals, 4 issues of Time Loop Art Zine, one issue of Time Loop Comics, two issues of the Who Do Convention Zine, and three issues of the Time Loop Junior Art Zine.

Time Loop is included in the Susan Smith-Clarke Zine Collection at The National Library in Australia.

External Links

Personal tools