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Fran Skene was also the editor of a number of issues of [[BCSFAzine]] during the periods June 1975 to January 1976, Oct 1977, and 1980.
 
Fran Skene was also the editor of a number of issues of [[BCSFAzine]] during the periods June 1975 to January 1976, Oct 1977, and 1980.
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Skene was a contributor of the essay "Venus in Conjuction" to [[Pandora]] #3.
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In 1991, she was the editor of ''Fictions Free-For-All'', an anthology published by the BCSFA which included her short story 'Susan, Shipped'.
  
 
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Love makes The World Go Awry
Issue 5 June 1981

Love makes The World Go Awry was a science fiction fanzine by Fran Skene.

Published in British Columbia, Canada, Love Makes The World Go Awry was a perzine, devoted to the editor's personal life, poetry, and a letter column. The first issue was released in December 1979. In 1980, issue 2 appeared in March; issue 3 in June; and issue 4 in September. Issue 5 came out in June 1981, and the last issue, issue 6, was published in August 1983.

Fran Skene was also the editor of a number of issues of BCSFAzine during the periods June 1975 to January 1976, Oct 1977, and 1980.

Skene was a contributor of the essay "Venus in Conjuction" to Pandora #3.

In 1991, she was the editor of Fictions Free-For-All, an anthology published by the BCSFA which included her short story 'Susan, Shipped'.