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'''Space Cadet''' was a science fiction fanzine by R. Graeme Cameron.  
'''Space Cadet''' was a science fiction fanzine by R. Graeme Cameron.  
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''Space Cadet'' was published in British Columbia, Canada, but is only available on-line at [[eFanzines.com]]. The first issue was released in December 1994, and 11 issues were released between 1994 and 2001.
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''Space Cadet'' was published in British Columbia, Canada, and is available on-line at [[eFanzines.com]]. The first issue was released in December 1994, and issue 19 was released in May 2012.
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Contributing artists included Sheryl Birkhead, Ralph Brillhart, R. Graeme Cameron, Brad Foster, Teddy Harvia, Terry Jeeves ([[ERG]]), Barry Kent McKay, Franz H. Mikklis, Scott Patri ([[Zero-G Lavatory]]), [[Bill Rotsler|William Rotsler]], and Tarla Wayne ([[DNQ]]).
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Contributing artists included [[Sheryl Birkhead]], Ralph Brillhart, R. Graeme Cameron, Brad Foster, Teddy Harvia, Terry Jeeves ([[ERG]]), Barry Kent McKay, Franz H. Miklis ([[Galacto-Celtic Newsflash]]), Scott Patri ([[Zero-G Lavatory]]), [[Bill Rotsler|William Rotsler]], and Taral Wayne ([[DNQ]]).
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Contributing writers included Al Betz ([[BCSFAzine]]), Charles S. Cameron, Stan G. Hyde, Terry Jeeves, and Taral Wayne.
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Contributing writers included Al Betz ([[BCSFAzine]]), Charles S. Cameron, Andy Hooper ([[Apparatchik]], [[Chunga]]), Stan G. Hyde, Terry Jeeves, and Taral Wayne.
Reprinted articles by [[Leslie Croutch]], editor of [[Light]], were also featured.  
Reprinted articles by [[Leslie Croutch]], editor of [[Light]], were also featured.  
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Letters came from Alan Betz, Ned Brooks ([[It Goes On The Shelf]]), [[Chuck Connor]] ([[IDOMO]]), Rpbert 'Buck' Couslon ([[Yandro]]), Chester Cuthbert, Perry Grayson ([[Yawning Vortex]]), Dave Haren, Kenneth Knabbe ([[The Proper Boskonian]]), John Mansfield ([[Contact]]), Eric Mayer ([[E-Ditto]]), Michael McKenny ([[Bardic Runes]]), Murray Moore ([[Sacred Trust]]), Joseph Nicholas ([[Vector]]), Dave Panchyk ([[Spintrian]]), Scott Patri, [[Lloyd Penney]] ([[Torus]]), Mae Strelkov, [[Rev. Randall Tin-Ear]] ([[Angry Thoreauan]]), [[Harry Warner, Jr.]] ([[Horizons]]), and [[Walt Willis]].  
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Letters came from Alan Betz, Ned Brooks ([[It Goes On The Shelf]]), [[Chuck Connor]] ([[Thingumybob]]), Rpbert 'Buck' Coulson ([[Yandro]]), Chester Cuthbert, Perry Grayson ([[Yawning Vortex]]), Dave Haren, Neil Jamieson-Mitchell ([[Swill@30]]), Kenneth Knabbe ([[The Proper Boskonian]]), John Mansfield ([[Con-Tract]]), Eric Mayer ([[E-Ditto]]), Michael McKenny ([[Bardic Runes]]), Murray Moore ([[Aztec Blue]]), Joseph Nicholas ([[Vector]]), Dave Panchyk ([[Spintrian]]), Scott Patri, [[Lloyd Penney]] ([[Torus]]), [[Mae Strelkov]], [[Rev. Randall Tin-Ear]] ([[Angry Thoreauan]]), [[Harry Warner, Jr.]] ([[Horizons]]), and [[Walt Willis]].  
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R. Graeme Cameron had previously published [[BCSFAzine]] from 1989 to 1995, and then published [[WCSFAzine]]. He bagan publishing his latest title, [[The Fanatical Fanactivist]], in 2010.
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R. Graeme Cameron had previously published [[BCSFAzine]] from 1989 to 1995, and then published [[WCSFAzine]]. He began publishing his latest title, [[The Fanatical Fanactivist]], in 2010.
==External Link==
==External Link==
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Revision as of 05:40, 27 June 2012

Space Cadet Issue 12 Cover by Brad Foster
Space Cadet
Issue 12
Cover by Brad Foster

Space Cadet was a science fiction fanzine by R. Graeme Cameron.

Space Cadet was published in British Columbia, Canada, and is available on-line at eFanzines.com. The first issue was released in December 1994, and issue 19 was released in May 2012.

Contributing artists included Sheryl Birkhead, Ralph Brillhart, R. Graeme Cameron, Brad Foster, Teddy Harvia, Terry Jeeves (ERG), Barry Kent McKay, Franz H. Miklis (Galacto-Celtic Newsflash), Scott Patri (Zero-G Lavatory), William Rotsler, and Taral Wayne (DNQ).

Contributing writers included Al Betz (BCSFAzine), Charles S. Cameron, Andy Hooper (Apparatchik, Chunga), Stan G. Hyde, Terry Jeeves, and Taral Wayne.

Reprinted articles by Leslie Croutch, editor of Light, were also featured.

Letters came from Alan Betz, Ned Brooks (It Goes On The Shelf), Chuck Connor (Thingumybob), Rpbert 'Buck' Coulson (Yandro), Chester Cuthbert, Perry Grayson (Yawning Vortex), Dave Haren, Neil Jamieson-Mitchell (Swill@30), Kenneth Knabbe (The Proper Boskonian), John Mansfield (Con-Tract), Eric Mayer (E-Ditto), Michael McKenny (Bardic Runes), Murray Moore (Aztec Blue), Joseph Nicholas (Vector), Dave Panchyk (Spintrian), Scott Patri, Lloyd Penney (Torus), Mae Strelkov, Rev. Randall Tin-Ear (Angry Thoreauan), Harry Warner, Jr. (Horizons), and Walt Willis.

R. Graeme Cameron had previously published BCSFAzine from 1989 to 1995, and then published WCSFAzine. He began publishing his latest title, The Fanatical Fanactivist, in 2010.

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