Ditmar Award for Best Fanzine

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Since 1969, the Australian National Science Fiction Convention has presented an annual award for which fanzines are eligible. For many of those years, the award has been an award for "Best Australian Fanzine".
Since 1969, the Australian National Science Fiction Convention has presented an annual award for which fanzines are eligible. For many of those years, the award has been an award for "Best Australian Fanzine".
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In 2004 and 2005, the award went to ''The Australian SF Bullsheet'' which was available in three formats: print, email, and website. The existence of that case might help to explain why the award category has been open to websites.
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In 2004 and 2005 the award was won by ''The Australian SF Bullsheet'' which was available in three formats: print, email, and website. The next three years the award for Best Fanzine was won by websites. In 2009, the award category for which fanzines are eligible had become that of "Best Fan Publication in Any Medium", and that category was won by a website.   
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In 2009, the award category for which fanzines are eligible became that of "Best Fan Publication in Any Medium".   
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===1969===
===1969===
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===2006===
===2006===
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*''Ticonderoga Online'' (website), Russell B. Farr
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*[[Ticonderoga Online]], Russell B. Farr
===2007===
===2007===
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*''HorrorScope'' (website), Shane Jiraiya Cummings
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*[[HorrorScope]], Shane Jiraiya Cummings
===2008===
===2008===
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*''Not If You Were The Last Short Story On Earth'' (website), Alisa Krasnostein, Ben Payne, Alexandra Pierce, Tansy Rayner Roberts
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*[[Not If You Were The Last Short Story On Earth]], Alisa Krasnostein, Ben Payne, Alexandra Pierce, Tansy Rayner Roberts
===2009===
===2009===
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*''ASif! (Australian Specfic in Focus)'' (website), edited by Alisa Krasnostein and Gene Melzack
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*[[ASif!]] (Australian Specfic in Focus), edited by Alisa Krasnostein and Gene Melzack
===2010===
===2010===

Revision as of 13:02, 8 April 2012

Since 1969, the Australian National Science Fiction Convention has presented an annual award for which fanzines are eligible. For many of those years, the award has been an award for "Best Australian Fanzine".

In 2004 and 2005 the award was won by The Australian SF Bullsheet which was available in three formats: print, email, and website. The next three years the award for Best Fanzine was won by websites. In 2009, the award category for which fanzines are eligible had become that of "Best Fan Publication in Any Medium", and that category was won by a website.

Contents

1969

1970

1971

1972

1973

1974

  • No Awards Given

1975

  • Osiris, Del and Dennis Stocks

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

  • Q36, Marc Ortlieb

1982

  • Q36, Marc Ortlieb

1983

  • Q36, Marc Ortlieb

1984

1985

1986

1987

  • Thyme, Roger Weddall and Peter Burns

1988

1989

1990

1991

1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

  • Eidolon, J. Byrne, R. Scriven, J. Strahan

1997

1998

  • Eidolon, J. Byrne, R. Scriven, J. Strahan

1999

2000

2001

  • "Angriest Video Store Clerk in the World" (comic strips), Grant Watson

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

  • ASif! (Australian Specfic in Focus), edited by Alisa Krasnostein and Gene Melzack

2010

2011

  • Galactic Suburbia (podcast), Alisa Krasnostein, Tansy Rayner Roberts, and Alex Pierce
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