Sikander

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Contributions of writing included "The Ones Who Walk Away from Melbourne" by Cy Chauvin (from #14), and "Trains in the Distance" by Bruce Gillespie ([[SF Commentary]]), both of which were included in the compilation fanzine [[Fanthology '87]], and "Lost in Oz" by [[Ted White]] ([[Gambit (USA)|Gambit]]).
Contributions of writing included "The Ones Who Walk Away from Melbourne" by Cy Chauvin (from #14), and "Trains in the Distance" by Bruce Gillespie ([[SF Commentary]]), both of which were included in the compilation fanzine [[Fanthology '87]], and "Lost in Oz" by [[Ted White]] ([[Gambit (USA)|Gambit]]).
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Uther contributors of writing included Christine Ashby, rich brown, John Foyster, and David Griggs.
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Uther contributors of writing included Christine Ashby, rich brown, John Foyster ([[Australian Science Fiction Review (second series)]]), and David Griggs.
Letters came from David Bratman, Leigh Edmonds ([[Rataplan]], [[The Notional]]), Chuch Harris, Eric Mayer ([[E-Ditto]]), Bruce Townley ([[Oblong]]), and Cherry Wilder.  
Letters came from David Bratman, Leigh Edmonds ([[Rataplan]], [[The Notional]]), Chuch Harris, Eric Mayer ([[E-Ditto]]), Bruce Townley ([[Oblong]]), and Cherry Wilder.  

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Sikander was science fiction fanzine by Irwin Hirsh.

Sikander was published in Australia from October 1979 till March 1989. Fifteen issues appeared during the run of the zine.

Contributions of writing included "The Ones Who Walk Away from Melbourne" by Cy Chauvin (from #14), and "Trains in the Distance" by Bruce Gillespie (SF Commentary), both of which were included in the compilation fanzine Fanthology '87, and "Lost in Oz" by Ted White (Gambit).

Uther contributors of writing included Christine Ashby, rich brown, John Foyster (Australian Science Fiction Review (second series)), and David Griggs.

Letters came from David Bratman, Leigh Edmonds (Rataplan, The Notional), Chuch Harris, Eric Mayer (E-Ditto), Bruce Townley (Oblong), and Cherry Wilder.

Irwin Hirsh was also one of the co-editors of the fanzine Thyme.

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