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'''Burnt Toast''' was a media science fiction fanzine by David Carroll.  
 
'''Burnt Toast''' was a media science fiction fanzine by David Carroll.  
  
Devoted to ''Dr. Who'' television series and books, ''Burnt Toast'' was published sydney, Australia, in the 1990s, the first issue appearing in February 1990. The last issue on paper was issue 13, released May 1993. Although ''Dr. Who'' was the focus, the zine also featured book reviews, and essays on other topics.  
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Devoted to ''Dr. Who'' television series and books, ''Burnt Toast'' was published in Sydney, Australia, in the 1990s, the first issue appearing in February 1990. The last issue on paper was issue 13, released May 1993.  Also released was the ''Burnt Toast'' video. Although ''Dr. Who'' was the focus, the zine also featured book reviews film reviews, and essays on other topics as well.  
  
 
Cover art work was contributed by Jonathan Barons for issues 1,  and issues 3 through 12,  Jonathan Barons with Matthew Milner for issue 5, and Kyla Ward for issue 13. Interior art work was by Jonathan Barons.
 
Cover art work was contributed by Jonathan Barons for issues 1,  and issues 3 through 12,  Jonathan Barons with Matthew Milner for issue 5, and Kyla Ward for issue 13. Interior art work was by Jonathan Barons.
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Contributors of poetry included Evangelos Hugo Paliatseas.
 
Contributors of poetry included Evangelos Hugo Paliatseas.
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The ''Burnt Toast'' video, called "Video Toaster",  featured short films, and clips, including: ''Minute Waltz'', a short film, written by Kate Orman, directed by Simon Moore; ''The Bad Guy Boogie''; a clips segment, compiled by David Carroll; ''Coolsville'', a video clip to the song by Laurie Anderson, directed by Kyla Ward; ''Remember Me'', a short film, written and directed by Peter Griffiths; ''Step Back in Time'', a clips segment, compiled by Peter Griffiths; ''The Traveller'', a poem by Kyla Ward; ''Ashes to Ashes''; a clips segment, compiled by David Carroll; Descension, a film written by David Carroll and Kyla Ward, directed by Kyla Ward.
  
 
David Carroll also co-published the zine [[Tabula Rasa]] with Kyla Ward.
 
David Carroll also co-published the zine [[Tabula Rasa]] with Kyla Ward.
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[[Category:1990's publications]]
 
[[Category:1990's publications]]
 
[[Category:Media Science Fiction]]
 
[[Category:Media Science Fiction]]
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[[Category:Multi Media]]

Revision as of 00:25, 26 January 2014

Burnt Toast was a media science fiction fanzine by David Carroll.

Devoted to Dr. Who television series and books, Burnt Toast was published in Sydney, Australia, in the 1990s, the first issue appearing in February 1990. The last issue on paper was issue 13, released May 1993. Also released was the Burnt Toast video. Although Dr. Who was the focus, the zine also featured book reviews film reviews, and essays on other topics as well.

Cover art work was contributed by Jonathan Barons for issues 1, and issues 3 through 12, Jonathan Barons with Matthew Milner for issue 5, and Kyla Ward for issue 13. Interior art work was by Jonathan Barons.

Contributors of articles included Jonathan Barons, Steven Caldwell, David Carroll, Tony Cooke, Paul Cornell, Sarah J. Groenewegen, Stephen Groenewegen, Simon Moore, Kate Orman, and Jason Towers.

Contributors of fiction included Jonathan Barons, Steven Caldwell, David Carroll, Simon Moore, Kate Orman, Evangelos Hugo Paliatseas, and David J. Richardson.

Contributors of poetry included Evangelos Hugo Paliatseas.

The Burnt Toast video, called "Video Toaster", featured short films, and clips, including: Minute Waltz, a short film, written by Kate Orman, directed by Simon Moore; The Bad Guy Boogie; a clips segment, compiled by David Carroll; Coolsville, a video clip to the song by Laurie Anderson, directed by Kyla Ward; Remember Me, a short film, written and directed by Peter Griffiths; Step Back in Time, a clips segment, compiled by Peter Griffiths; The Traveller, a poem by Kyla Ward; Ashes to Ashes; a clips segment, compiled by David Carroll; Descension, a film written by David Carroll and Kyla Ward, directed by Kyla Ward.

David Carroll also co-published the zine Tabula Rasa with Kyla Ward.

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