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TransVersions was a science fiction and fantasy zine edited primarily by Sally McBride and Dale L. Sproule.

TransVersions was published in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. It ran for twelve issues, from Autumn 1994 to 2000. The eighth and ninth issues were released as a double issue, and the final issue was dubbed "an anthology of new fantastic literature", and though not given an issue number, the editorial discusses it as an "issue" of TransVersions.

McBride and Sproule were the editors for the first nine issues. The tenth issue was edited by Marcel Gagne and Sally Tomasevic. The eleventh issue was edited by Sproule. And the final anthology issue was edited by Gagne and Tomasevic. Phyllis Gotlieb was the poetry editor for all issues.

Cover art work was by Jeff Kuipers, (#1, #5), AnnDel Farrish (#2), D.L. Sproule (#3, #7), Lorri McMullem (#4, #6), Wolf Read (#8/9).

Fiction came from Michael Coney, Gemma Files, Phyllis Gotlieb, John Graham, Rick Kennett, D.K. Latta, Mary Soon Lee, D.F. Lewis (Nemonymous), Gordon R. Menzies, David Nickle, Tom Piccirilli (Epitaph), Ursula Pflug, Uncle River (Xizquil), Spider Robinson, James Sallis, Robert J. Sawyer, Carl Sieber, Steve Slavic, Sean Stewart, Sue Storm, Jean-Louis Trudel, Dennis Valdron, James Van Pelt, Edward Willett, and others.

Poets included Mike Allen (Mythic Delirium), Nancy Bennett, Barry Butson, Elizabeth K. Campbell, Carolyn Clink, Bob Cook, Charles de Lint (Dragonfields), Corrine De Winter, Denise Dumars, Timons Esaias, Jack Fisher, Mici Gold, Lawrence Greenberg, John Grey, Barry Hammond, Sandra Kasturi, Eileen Kernaghan, Mark McLaughlin (The Urbanite), David C. Kopaska-Merkel, Errol Miller, Catherine Mintz, A.R. Morlan, Kurt Newton, William P. Robertson, Marge B. Simon (Star*Line), Bobbi Sinha-Morey, Steve Sneyd (Data Dump), Sue Storm, Steve Rasnic Tem (Umbral), Dietmar Trommeshauser, Karen Verba, and others.