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'''Vector''' was the official publication of the British Science Fiction Association.
'''Vector''' was the official publication of the British Science Fiction Association.
The first issue of ''Vector'' appeared in the summer of 1958.
The first issue of ''Vector'' appeared in the summer of 1958.
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Editors: Ted Tubb (#1), Terry Jeeves (#2). Roberta Wild (#3, #4), Roberta Wild, Sandra Hall, George Locke, Michael Moorcock (#5) Roberta Gray and Michael Moorcock (#6-#7), James Groves (#8-#15), [[Ella Parker]]  (#16-#17), Jim Groves (#18), Archie Mercer (#19-#25), Rog Peyton (#26-#39), Steve Oakey (#40), Ken Slater and Doreen Parker (#41-#42), Doreen Parker (#43), Darroll Pardoe (#44)), Phil Muldowney (#45-#46), Tony Sudbery (#47-#49), Michael Kenward (#50-#55), Bob Parkinson (#56-#58), Malcolm Edwards (#59-#68), Christopher Fowler (#69-#83), David Wingrove(#84-#96), Mike Dickinson, Joseph Nicholas and Alan Dorey (#97), Alan Dorey, Eve Harvey, Joseph Nicholas and Kevin Smith (#98), Kevin Smith and Joseph Nicholas (#99)
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Editors: E.C. 'Ted' Tubb (#1), Terry Jeeves (#2), Roberta Wild (#3, #4), Roberta Wild, Sandra Hall, George Locke, Michael Moorcock (#5) Roberta Gray and Michael Moorcock (#6-#7), James Groves (#8-#15), [[Ella Parker]]  (#16-#17), Jim Groves (#18), Archie Mercer (#19-#25), Rog Peyton (#26-#39), Steve Oakey (#40), Ken Slater and Doreen Parker (#41-#42), Doreen Parker (#43), Darroll Pardoe (#44)), Phil Muldowney (#45-#46), Tony Sudbery (#47-#49), Michael Kenward (#50-#55), Bob Parkinson (#56-#58), Malcolm Edwards (#59-#68), Christopher Fowler (#69-#83), David Wingrove (#84-#96), Mike Dickinson, Joseph Nicholas and Alan Dorey (#97), Alan Dorey, Eve Harvey, Joseph Nicholas and Kevin Smith (#98) Joseph Nicholas and Kevin Smith (#99-#101) Joseph Nicholas, Kevin Smith and Paul Kincaid (#102-#105) Joseph Nicholas, Paul Kincaid and Alan Dorey (#107) Joseph Nicholas, Paul Kincaid and Geoff Rippington (#108-#111)
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Contributors of writing included Brian Aldiss, Ian Aldridge, Kingsley Amis, Poul Anderson, Mike Ashley, Douglas Barbour, Eric Bentcliffe, Ron Bennett ([[Skyrack]]),  James Blish ([[The Planeteer]]), Graham Boak ([[Badinage]]), John Brunner, [[Daphne Buckmaster]] ([[Esprit]], [[Random]]), Terry Bull, Ken Bulmer ([[Science Fantasy News]]), Pamela Bulmer, Graham Charnock,  Joy Clarke, John Clute, Michael G. Coney, Philip K. Dick, Malcolm Edwards, Paul Enever ([[Orion]]), Christopher Evans, Keith Freeman, Bryn Fortey,  Christopher Fowler, Mary Gentle, George Gibson, Harry Gilbert, James Goddard, Jean Graman,  James Groves, Rob Hansen ([[Chuch]]), Graham Hall, Viv Hallett, Edmund Hamilton, Philip Harbottle, Harry Harrison, Robert Holdstock,  Dicky Howett, Pat Kearney,  Paul Kincaid, Damon Knight, Dave Langford ([[Ansible]]), Ursula K. Le Guin,  Stanislaw Lem, Bert Lewis, George Locke ([[Smoke]]), Ed Mackin, Ian MacIain, Donald Malcolm, Janice Maule,  Ivor Mayne, Archie Mercer, Michael Moorcock, Chris Morgan ([[Brum Group News]]), Joseph Nicholas ([[Fuck The Tories]]), Simon Ounsley ([[Lagoon]]), Doreen Parker, Ella Parker ([[Orion]]),  Bob Parkinson,  Joe Patrizio, Ian Peters, John Phillifent, [[Greg Pickersgill]] ([[Stop Breaking Down]]), Sheila Pinnington, Charles Platt ([[Beyond (UK)|Beyond]]), Irene Potter, Chris Priest, Robert Presslie, David Pringle, James Parkhill Rathbone ([[Macabre (Scotland)|Macabre]]), Peter Roberts, Brian Rolls, Michael Rosenblum ([[Futurian War Digest]]), Joanna Russ, Eric Frank Russell, Pamela Sargent, Daniel Say, Ken Slater, Philip Strick, William F. Temple ([[Novae Terrae]]), Ted Tubb, Bob Tucker ([[Le Zombie]]),  Audrey Walton,  'Doc' Arthur Weir, [[Peter Weston]] ([[Prolapse]], [[Relapse]]), Roberta Wild ([[Vagary]]), [[Walt Willis]] and Roger Zelazny.  
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By issue 161 of June 1991, ''Vector'' had become a professional magazine.
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Covers were by Ian Aldridge, William K. Aitken, Dave Busby, Jim Cawthorne, Eaianne Cooke, Judy Evans, E.A.S. Gordon, Carol Gregory, Dave GriffithsDave Higgins, Dick Howett, Terry Jeeves, Eddie Jones, Brian Lewis, Ivor Latto, Brian McCabe, Ron McGuiness, Ken McIntyre, Bob Parkinson, Bob Rickart, Dave Rowe, Paul Ryan, Gaynor Smith, Andrew Stephenson, [[Arthur Thomson]] ([[The ATom Anthology]]) and Jack Wilson.
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Contributors of writing included Brian Aldiss, Ian Aldridge, Kingsley Amis, Poul Anderson, Mike Ashley, Douglas Barbour, Eric Bentcliffe, Ron Bennett ([[Ploy]], [[Skyrack]]), James Blish ([[The Planeteer]]), Graham Boak ([[Badinage]]), John Brunner, [[Daphne Buckmaster]] ([[Esprit]], [[Random]]), Terry Bull, Ken Bulmer ([[Science Fantasy News]]), Pamela Bulmer, Angela Carter, Graham Charnock, Cy Chauvin, Joy Clarke ([[Science Fantasy News]], [[EYE]]), John Clute, Michael G. Coney, Philip K. Dick, Malcolm Edwards, Paul Enever ([[Orion]]), Christopher Evans, Keith Freeman, Bryn ForteyChristopher Fowler, Mary Gentle, George Gibson, Harry Gilbert, James Goddard, Jean Graman, James Groves, Graham Hall, Viv Hallett, Edmund Hamilton, Rob Hansen ([[Pulp]], [[Chuch]]), Philip Harbottle, Harry Harrison, Eve Harvey ([[Wallbanger]]), Robert Holdstock ([[Macrocosm]]), Dicky Howett, Roz Kaveney, Pat Kearney, Paul Kincaid, Damon Knight, Dave Langford ([[Ansible]]), Ursula K. Le Guin, Stanislaw Lem, Bert Lewis, George Locke ([[Smoke]]), Ed Mackin, Ian MacIain, Donald Malcolm, Janice Maule, Ivor Mayne, Helen McNabb, Archie Mercer, Michael Moorcock ([[A Fanzine Called Eustace]], [[Typo]]), Chris Morgan ([[Brum Group News]]), Joseph Nicholas, Simon Ounsley ([[Lagoon]]), Doreen Parker, Ella Parker ([[Orion]], [[Compact]]), Bob Parkinson, Joe Patrizio ([[Ipso Facto]]), Ian Peters, John Phillifent, [[Greg Pickersgill]] ([[Stop Breaking Down]]), Sheila Pinnington, Charles Platt ([[Beyond (UK)|Beyond]]), Irene Potter ([[Brennschluss]]), Chris Priest, Robert Presslie, David Pringle, James Parkhill Rathbone ([[Macabre (Scotland)|Macabre]]), Peter Roberts ([[Checkpoint]]), Brian Rolls, Michael Rosenblum ([[Futurian War Digest]]), Joanna Russ, Eric Frank Russell, Pamela Sargent, Daniel Say, Ken Slater, Philip Strick, William F. Temple ([[Novae Terrae]]), Sue Thomason, Ted Tubb ([[EYE]]), Bob Tucker ([[Le Zombie]]), Audrey Walton, Ian Watson, 'Doc' Arthur Weir, [[Peter Weston]] ([[Prolapse]], [[Relapse]]), Roberta Wild ([[Vagary]]), Ian Williams ([[Maya]]), [[Walt Willis]] ([[Slant]], [[Hyphen]]), and Roger Zelazny.  
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Featured were Interviews with J.G. Ballard, D.G. Compton, Harlan Ellison ([[Science Fantasy Bulletin]]), Philip Jose Farmer, Robert Silverberg ([[Spaceship]]), and Gene Wolfe.
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Covers were by Ian Aldridge, William K. Aitken, Dave Busby, Iain R. Byers, Jim Cawthorne, Jonathon Coleclough, Eaianne Cooke, G. Courtenay, John Dell, J. Duffty, Judy Evans, E.A.S. Gordon, Carol Gregory, Dave Griffiths ([[Gothique]]), Rob Hansen, Dave Higgins, Dick Howett, Alan Hunter, Terry Jeeves ([[ERG]]), Eddie Jones, Brian Lewis, Ivor Latto, Brian McCabe, Ron McGuiness, Ken McIntyre, Bill Nelder, Bob Parkinson, Bob Rickard, Dave Rowe, Paul Ryan, Gaynor Smith, Andrew Stephenson, Tais Teng, [[Arthur Thomson]] ([[The ATom Anthology]]), Ashley Walker, Pete Walker, and Jack Wilson.
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Featured were Interviews with J.G. Ballard, Gregory Benford ([[Void]]), D.G. Compton, Harlan Ellison ([[Science Fantasy Bulletin]]), Philip Jose Farmer, Robert Silverberg ([[Spaceship]]), and Gene Wolfe.

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Vector Issue 1 1958  Cover art by Terry Jeeves
Vector
Issue 1 1958
Cover art by Terry Jeeves

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

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

Editors: E.C. 'Ted' Tubb (#1), Terry Jeeves (#2), Roberta Wild (#3, #4), Roberta Wild, Sandra Hall, George Locke, Michael Moorcock (#5) Roberta Gray and Michael Moorcock (#6-#7), James Groves (#8-#15), Ella Parker (#16-#17), Jim Groves (#18), Archie Mercer (#19-#25), Rog Peyton (#26-#39), Steve Oakey (#40), Ken Slater and Doreen Parker (#41-#42), Doreen Parker (#43), Darroll Pardoe (#44)), Phil Muldowney (#45-#46), Tony Sudbery (#47-#49), Michael Kenward (#50-#55), Bob Parkinson (#56-#58), Malcolm Edwards (#59-#68), Christopher Fowler (#69-#83), David Wingrove (#84-#96), Mike Dickinson, Joseph Nicholas and Alan Dorey (#97), Alan Dorey, Eve Harvey, Joseph Nicholas and Kevin Smith (#98) Joseph Nicholas and Kevin Smith (#99-#101) Joseph Nicholas, Kevin Smith and Paul Kincaid (#102-#105) Joseph Nicholas, Paul Kincaid and Alan Dorey (#107) Joseph Nicholas, Paul Kincaid and Geoff Rippington (#108-#111)

By issue 161 of June 1991, Vector had become a professional magazine.

Contributors of writing included Brian Aldiss, Ian Aldridge, Kingsley Amis, Poul Anderson, Mike Ashley, Douglas Barbour, Eric Bentcliffe, Ron Bennett (Ploy, Skyrack), James Blish (The Planeteer), Graham Boak (Badinage), John Brunner, Daphne Buckmaster (Esprit, Random), Terry Bull, Ken Bulmer (Science Fantasy News), Pamela Bulmer, Angela Carter, Graham Charnock, Cy Chauvin, Joy Clarke (Science Fantasy News, EYE), John Clute, Michael G. Coney, Philip K. Dick, Malcolm Edwards, Paul Enever (Orion), Christopher Evans, Keith Freeman, Bryn Fortey, Christopher Fowler, Mary Gentle, George Gibson, Harry Gilbert, James Goddard, Jean Graman, James Groves, Graham Hall, Viv Hallett, Edmund Hamilton, Rob Hansen (Pulp, Chuch), Philip Harbottle, Harry Harrison, Eve Harvey (Wallbanger), Robert Holdstock (Macrocosm), Dicky Howett, Roz Kaveney, Pat Kearney, Paul Kincaid, Damon Knight, Dave Langford (Ansible), Ursula K. Le Guin, Stanislaw Lem, Bert Lewis, George Locke (Smoke), Ed Mackin, Ian MacIain, Donald Malcolm, Janice Maule, Ivor Mayne, Helen McNabb, Archie Mercer, Michael Moorcock (A Fanzine Called Eustace, Typo), Chris Morgan (Brum Group News), Joseph Nicholas, Simon Ounsley (Lagoon), Doreen Parker, Ella Parker (Orion, Compact), Bob Parkinson, Joe Patrizio (Ipso Facto), Ian Peters, John Phillifent, Greg Pickersgill (Stop Breaking Down), Sheila Pinnington, Charles Platt (Beyond), Irene Potter (Brennschluss), Chris Priest, Robert Presslie, David Pringle, James Parkhill Rathbone (Macabre), Peter Roberts (Checkpoint), Brian Rolls, Michael Rosenblum (Futurian War Digest), Joanna Russ, Eric Frank Russell, Pamela Sargent, Daniel Say, Ken Slater, Philip Strick, William F. Temple (Novae Terrae), Sue Thomason, Ted Tubb (EYE), Bob Tucker (Le Zombie), Audrey Walton, Ian Watson, 'Doc' Arthur Weir, Peter Weston (Prolapse, Relapse), Roberta Wild (Vagary), Ian Williams (Maya), Walt Willis (Slant, Hyphen), and Roger Zelazny.

Covers were by Ian Aldridge, William K. Aitken, Dave Busby, Iain R. Byers, Jim Cawthorne, Jonathon Coleclough, Eaianne Cooke, G. Courtenay, John Dell, J. Duffty, Judy Evans, E.A.S. Gordon, Carol Gregory, Dave Griffiths (Gothique), Rob Hansen, Dave Higgins, Dick Howett, Alan Hunter, Terry Jeeves (ERG), Eddie Jones, Brian Lewis, Ivor Latto, Brian McCabe, Ron McGuiness, Ken McIntyre, Bill Nelder, Bob Parkinson, Bob Rickard, Dave Rowe, Paul Ryan, Gaynor Smith, Andrew Stephenson, Tais Teng, Arthur Thomson (The ATom Anthology), Ashley Walker, Pete Walker, and Jack Wilson.

Featured were Interviews with J.G. Ballard, Gregory Benford (Void), D.G. Compton, Harlan Ellison (Science Fantasy Bulletin), Philip Jose Farmer, Robert Silverberg (Spaceship), and Gene Wolfe.

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