No Award

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'''No Award''' is a science fiction [[fanzine]] edited by Los Angeles-based fan [[Marty Cantor]].
'''No Award''' is a science fiction [[fanzine]] edited by Los Angeles-based fan [[Marty Cantor]].
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Contributing writers to ''No Award'' include Phil Castora, Carrie Dougherty, Mike Glyer, Ed Green, John Nielsen Hall, Andy Hooper,  Roy Kettle, Joseph Major, Len Moffat ([[Shangri L'Affaires]]), Larry Niven, Curt Phillips, Marie Rengstorff, and Milt Stevens.
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Contributing writers to ''No Award'' include Phil Castora, Thom Digby, Carrie Dougherty, Mike Glyer, Ed Green, John Nielsen Hall, Andy Hooper,  Roy Kettle, Joseph Major, Len Moffat ([[Shangri L'Affaires]]), Larry Niven, Curt Phillips, Marie Rengstorff, and Milt Stevens.
Contributing artists include Jim Cawthorn, Brad Foster, Alexis Gilliland, Terry Jeeves ([[The Damned Patrol]], [[Vector]]), Joe Mayhew, Marc Schirmeister, Darrell Schweitzer, and Steve Stiles, with reprints of the work of Margaret Dominick (as "D.E.A.") and  [[Bill Rotsler]].  
Contributing artists include Jim Cawthorn, Brad Foster, Alexis Gilliland, Terry Jeeves ([[The Damned Patrol]], [[Vector]]), Joe Mayhew, Marc Schirmeister, Darrell Schweitzer, and Steve Stiles, with reprints of the work of Margaret Dominick (as "D.E.A.") and  [[Bill Rotsler]].  

Revision as of 08:26, 4 August 2011

No Award is a science fiction fanzine edited by Los Angeles-based fan Marty Cantor.

Contributing writers to No Award include Phil Castora, Thom Digby, Carrie Dougherty, Mike Glyer, Ed Green, John Nielsen Hall, Andy Hooper, Roy Kettle, Joseph Major, Len Moffat (Shangri L'Affaires), Larry Niven, Curt Phillips, Marie Rengstorff, and Milt Stevens.

Contributing artists include Jim Cawthorn, Brad Foster, Alexis Gilliland, Terry Jeeves (The Damned Patrol, Vector), Joe Mayhew, Marc Schirmeister, Darrell Schweitzer, and Steve Stiles, with reprints of the work of Margaret Dominick (as "D.E.A.") and Bill Rotsler.

Letters came from Jae Leslie Adams, Gregory Benford, Sheryl Birkhead, E.B. Frohvet, Chris Garcia (Journey Planet), Mike Glicksohn (Energumen), Terry Jeeves, Earl Kemp (Destiny), Robert Lichtman, Lloyd Penney, John Purcell (Askance)

Marty Cantor had previously co-published 27 issues of the fanzine Holier Than Thou with Robbie Cantor in the 1980s.

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