Space Diversions

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'''Space Diversions''' was a science fiction fanzine by Norman Shorrock.  
'''Space Diversions''' was a science fiction fanzine by Norman Shorrock.  
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''Space Diversions'' was produced for the Liverpool Science Fiction Society, in the UK. Eleven issues were published in the late 1950s, the last issue appearing in 1960.  
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''Space Diversions'' was produced for the Liverpool Science Fiction Society, in the UK. Eleven issues were published in the late 1950s. The last issue appeared in 1960 and was distributed through [[Offtrails Magazine Publishers Association]].  
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Contributors of writing included Eric Bentcliffe, Pete Daniels, Bill Donaho ([[Habakkuk]]), Terry Carr ([[Innuendo]], [[Klein Bottle]]), Will Jenkins, Pattie Milnes, Bob Richardson. John Owen wrote the regular column "Drums Along The Mersey".
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Contributors of art work included Eddie Jones and [[Arthur Thomson]] ([[The ATom Anthology]]).
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Revision as of 21:02, 3 March 2012

Space Diversions was a science fiction fanzine by Norman Shorrock.

Space Diversions was produced for the Liverpool Science Fiction Society, in the UK. Eleven issues were published in the late 1950s. The last issue appeared in 1960 and was distributed through Offtrails Magazine Publishers Association.

Contributors of writing included Eric Bentcliffe, Pete Daniels, Bill Donaho (Habakkuk), Terry Carr (Innuendo, Klein Bottle), Will Jenkins, Pattie Milnes, Bob Richardson. John Owen wrote the regular column "Drums Along The Mersey".

Contributors of art work included Eddie Jones and Arthur Thomson (The ATom Anthology).

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