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(New page: '''Atavachron''' was a newsletter published by The United Federation of Canadian Star Trekkers. Published in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, ''Atavachron'' was devoted to the televisi...)
 
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Published in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, ''Atavachron'' was devoted to the television series ''Star Trek'', and was edited y Alistair Craig, John Willcox Herbert, and Terry Wyatt. It was released in the mid 1980s till 1993.
 
Published in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, ''Atavachron'' was devoted to the television series ''Star Trek'', and was edited y Alistair Craig, John Willcox Herbert, and Terry Wyatt. It was released in the mid 1980s till 1993.
  
Contributors included Betty Bigelow, David Gordon-McDonald ([[The Central Ganglion]]), Paula Johanson ([[The Central Ganglion]]), Bernie Klassen ([[The Central Ganglion]]), Amy Morgan, Andrew C. Murdoch, Warren Oddsson, Ray Seredin, and Garth Spencer ([[The Maple Leaf Rag]], [[The Central Ganglion]]).
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Contributors of writing included Betty Bigelow, David Gordon-McDonald ([[The Central Ganglion]]), Paula Johanson ([[The Central Ganglion]]), Bernie Klassen ([[The Central Ganglion]]), Amy Morgan, Andrew C. Murdoch, Ray Seredin, and Garth Spencer ([[The Maple Leaf Rag]], [[The Central Ganglion]]).
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Contributors of art work included Warren Oddsson, among others.
  
 
[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Zines from Canada]]
 
[[Category:Zine]] [[Category:Zines from Canada]]

Revision as of 14:22, 8 March 2012

Atavachron was a newsletter published by The United Federation of Canadian Star Trekkers.

Published in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, Atavachron was devoted to the television series Star Trek, and was edited y Alistair Craig, John Willcox Herbert, and Terry Wyatt. It was released in the mid 1980s till 1993.

Contributors of writing included Betty Bigelow, David Gordon-McDonald (The Central Ganglion), Paula Johanson (The Central Ganglion), Bernie Klassen (The Central Ganglion), Amy Morgan, Andrew C. Murdoch, Ray Seredin, and Garth Spencer (The Maple Leaf Rag, The Central Ganglion).

Contributors of art work included Warren Oddsson, among others.