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'''Christina Lake''' is a [[zinester]] from the UK.
 
'''Christina Lake''' is a [[zinester]] from the UK.
  
In the 1980s Christina Lake co-edited, with [[Lilian Edwards]] the fanzine [[This Never Happens]], which had started out as a comics zine and ended up a scinence fiction zine. In October 1987 she began co-publishing [[Balloons Over Bristol]] with Peter-Fred Thompson. In January 1988, she and Lilian Edwards published the first issue of [[The Caprician]].
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In the 1980s Christina Lake co-edited, with [[Lilian Edwards]] the fanzine [[This Never Happens]], which had started out as a comics zine and ended up a scinence fiction zine. The article "The Fan in the High Castle" by Lilian Edwards, Christina Lake and Simon Ounsley, from issue 10, was selected for reprinting in the anthology [[Fanthology '87]]. 
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In October 1987 she began co-publishing [[Balloons Over Bristol]] with Peter-Fred Thompson. In January 1988, she and Lilian Edwards published the first issue of [[The Caprician]].
  
 
In the late 1990s and 2000s, Christina Lake was co-editor, with [[Doug Bell]], of the science fiction zine [[Head]]. This publication won Lake and Bell the [[Nova Award for Best Fanzine]] for 2001.
 
In the late 1990s and 2000s, Christina Lake was co-editor, with [[Doug Bell]], of the science fiction zine [[Head]]. This publication won Lake and Bell the [[Nova Award for Best Fanzine]] for 2001.

Revision as of 16:51, 22 August 2011

Christina Lake is a zinester from the UK.

In the 1980s Christina Lake co-edited, with Lilian Edwards the fanzine This Never Happens, which had started out as a comics zine and ended up a scinence fiction zine. The article "The Fan in the High Castle" by Lilian Edwards, Christina Lake and Simon Ounsley, from issue 10, was selected for reprinting in the anthology Fanthology '87.

In October 1987 she began co-publishing Balloons Over Bristol with Peter-Fred Thompson. In January 1988, she and Lilian Edwards published the first issue of The Caprician.

In the late 1990s and 2000s, Christina Lake was co-editor, with Doug Bell, of the science fiction zine Head. This publication won Lake and Bell the Nova Award for Best Fanzine for 2001.

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