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The first issue of ''Vector'' appeared in the summer of 1958.
 
The first issue of ''Vector'' appeared in the summer of 1958.
  
Editors: Ted Tubb (#1), Terry Jeeves (#2). Roberta Wild (#3, #4), Michael Moorcock (#5-#7), James Groves (#8, #12-#15) Michael Rosenblum (#9), Archie Mercer (#10-#25), Rog Peyton (#26=#39), Steve Oakey (#40), Ken Later and Doreen Parker (#41-#43), Darroll Pardoe (#44)), Phil Muldowney (#45-#46), Tony Sudbery (#47-#58), Malcolm Edwards(#59-#68), Christopher Fowler (#69-#83), David Wingrove(#84-#96), Mike Dickinson(#97)
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Editors: Ted Tubb (#1), Terry Jeeves (#2). Roberta Wild (#3, #4), Michael Moorcock (#5-#7), James Groves (#8, #11-#15) Michael Rosenblum (#9), Archie Mercer (#10-#25), Rog Peyton (#26=#39), Steve Oakey (#40), Ken Later and Doreen Parker (#41-#43), Darroll Pardoe (#44)), Phil Muldowney (#45-#46), Tony Sudbery (#47-#58), Malcolm Edwards(#59-#68), Christopher Fowler (#69-#83), David Wingrove(#84-#96), Mike Dickinson(#97)
  
Contributors of writing included Brian Aldiss, Kingsley Amis, Eric Bentcliffe, John Brunner, Pamela Bulmer, Michael G. Coney, Philip K. Dick, Malcolm Edwards, Paul Enever ([[Orion]]), Keith Freeman, Christopher Fowler, George Gibson, Harry Harrison, Robert Holdstock,  Dicky Howett, Pat Kearney,  Paul Kincaid, Stanislaw Lem, Bert Lewis, George Locke ([[Smoke]]), Archie Mercer, Joe Patrizio, John Phillifent, David Pringle, Peter Roberts, Ken Slater, Philip Strick, Ted Tubb, Bob Tucker ([[Le Zombie]]),  'Doc' Arthur Weir and [[Walt Willis]].  
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Contributors of writing included Brian Aldiss, Kingsley Amis, Eric Bentcliffe, John Brunner, Pamela Bulmer, Michael G. Coney, Philip K. Dick, Malcolm Edwards, Paul Enever ([[Orion]]), Keith Freeman, Christopher Fowler, George Gibson, Harry Gilbert, Harry Harrison, Robert Holdstock,  Dicky Howett, Pat Kearney,  Paul Kincaid, Stanislaw Lem, Bert Lewis, George Locke ([[Smoke]]), Archie Mercer, Joe Patrizio, John Phillifent, David Pringle, Peter Roberts, Ken Slater, Philip Strick, Ted Tubb, Bob Tucker ([[Le Zombie]]),  'Doc' Arthur Weir and [[Walt Willis]].  
  
 
Contributors of art work included Jim Cawthorne, Terry Jeeves, and covers were by Dave Rowe and Andrew Stephenson.
 
Contributors of art work included Jim Cawthorne, Terry Jeeves, and covers were by Dave Rowe and Andrew Stephenson.

Revision as of 16:22, 12 June 2011

Vector was the official publication of the British Science Fiction Association.

The first issue of Vector appeared in the summer of 1958.

Editors: Ted Tubb (#1), Terry Jeeves (#2). Roberta Wild (#3, #4), Michael Moorcock (#5-#7), James Groves (#8, #11-#15) Michael Rosenblum (#9), Archie Mercer (#10-#25), Rog Peyton (#26=#39), Steve Oakey (#40), Ken Later and Doreen Parker (#41-#43), Darroll Pardoe (#44)), Phil Muldowney (#45-#46), Tony Sudbery (#47-#58), Malcolm Edwards(#59-#68), Christopher Fowler (#69-#83), David Wingrove(#84-#96), Mike Dickinson(#97)

Contributors of writing included Brian Aldiss, Kingsley Amis, Eric Bentcliffe, John Brunner, Pamela Bulmer, Michael G. Coney, Philip K. Dick, Malcolm Edwards, Paul Enever (Orion), Keith Freeman, Christopher Fowler, George Gibson, Harry Gilbert, Harry Harrison, Robert Holdstock, Dicky Howett, Pat Kearney, Paul Kincaid, Stanislaw Lem, Bert Lewis, George Locke (Smoke), Archie Mercer, Joe Patrizio, John Phillifent, David Pringle, Peter Roberts, Ken Slater, Philip Strick, Ted Tubb, Bob Tucker (Le Zombie), 'Doc' Arthur Weir and Walt Willis.

Contributors of art work included Jim Cawthorne, Terry Jeeves, and covers were by Dave Rowe and Andrew Stephenson.

Featured were Interviews with J.G. Ballard and Philip Jose Farmer. 99Category:1950's publication]]