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''Voyageur'' was the official newsletter of the science fiction and fantasy club, "USS Hudson Bay" of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It was first published in 1998, and Bennett was joined by co-editor Sharon Lowachee in 2002. The last issue appeared in 2003, after winning the [[Aurora Award for Best Fanzine]] for three years in a row, for the years 2000, 2001, and 2002.
''Voyageur'' was the official newsletter of the science fiction and fantasy club, "USS Hudson Bay" of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It was first published in 1998, and Bennett was joined by co-editor Sharon Lowachee in 2002. The last issue appeared in 2003, after winning the [[Aurora Award for Best Fanzine]] for three years in a row, for the years 2000, 2001, and 2002.
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Contributors included columnists Peter de Jager, Any Ling and Cory Pagett. ''Voyageur'' carried interviews with authors Greg Bear, Edo van Belkom, Julie Czerneda, James Alan Gardner, Phyllis Gotlieb,Guy Gavriel Kay,  Nancy Kress, Charles de Lint, George R.R. Martin, Robert J. Sawyer, Caitlan Sweet, Vernor Vinge, Peter Watts and Robert Charles Wilson and with fanzine editors Bjo and John Trimble.
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Contributors included columnists Peter de Jager, Any Ling and Cory Pagett. ''Voyageur'' carried interviews with authors Greg Bear, Edo van Belkom, Julie Czerneda, James Alan Gardner, Phyllis Gotlieb,Guy Gavriel Kay,  Nancy Kress, Charles de Lint, George R.R. Martin, Robert J. Sawyer, Caitlan Sweet, Vernor Vinge, Peter Watts and Robert Charles Wilson and with fanzine editors [[Bjo Trimble]] and John Trimble.
   
   
Other contributors included Lloyd Landa, Eric Layman, Karen Linsley, and Alex von Thorn.
Other contributors included Lloyd Landa, Eric Layman, Karen Linsley, and Alex von Thorn.

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Voyageur is a science fiction fanzine by Karen Bennett.

Voyageur was the official newsletter of the science fiction and fantasy club, "USS Hudson Bay" of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It was first published in 1998, and Bennett was joined by co-editor Sharon Lowachee in 2002. The last issue appeared in 2003, after winning the Aurora Award for Best Fanzine for three years in a row, for the years 2000, 2001, and 2002.

Contributors included columnists Peter de Jager, Any Ling and Cory Pagett. Voyageur carried interviews with authors Greg Bear, Edo van Belkom, Julie Czerneda, James Alan Gardner, Phyllis Gotlieb,Guy Gavriel Kay, Nancy Kress, Charles de Lint, George R.R. Martin, Robert J. Sawyer, Caitlan Sweet, Vernor Vinge, Peter Watts and Robert Charles Wilson and with fanzine editors Bjo Trimble and John Trimble.

Other contributors included Lloyd Landa, Eric Layman, Karen Linsley, and Alex von Thorn.

Photographers included Paul Bobbitt, Lydia Ciaschini, Mici Gold, Beth Gwinn and Marah Searle.

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