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''Steam Engine Time'' won the [[Ditmar Award for Best Fanzine]] in 2010.
''Steam Engine Time'' won the [[Ditmar Award for Best Fanzine]] in 2010.
Bruce Gillespie also publishes [[SF Commentary]].
Bruce Gillespie also publishes [[SF Commentary]], and previously published [[Dreams and False Alarms]].
==External Links==
==External Links==

Revision as of 07:51, 7 November 2011

Steam Engine Time is a science fiction fanzine by Bruce Gillespie and Janine Stinson.

Steam Engine Time was first published in the 2000's. The first three issues were co-edited by Gillespie with Maureen Kincaid Speller and Paul Kincaid, and since then with Janine Stinson, editor of Peregrine Nations. It was conceived of by the editors as an 'international' fanzine, with Bruce Gillespie in Australia, and Janine Stinson from Michigan, U.S.A.

Contributors include Gregory Benford, Russell Blackford, Paul Brazier, Andrew M. Butler, Harry Hennessey Buerkett, Cy Chauvin, James Doig, Paul Kincaid, Dave Langford (Ansible), Rob Latham, Lyn McConchie, Kev McVeigh, Terry Morris, Gillian Polack, Christopher Priest, Eric S. Raymond, Barbara Roden, Darrell Schweitzer, Milan Smiljkovic, Jonathon Strahan, Michael Tolley, Frank Weissenborn, Ray Wood, and George Zebrowski.

Also included was an interview with author Kaaron Warren by Liz de Jager.

Graphics have been contributed by Dick Jenssen as 'Ditmar' (Perhaps), and Carol Kewley.

Photographs are by John Baxter, Helena Binns, Dick Jenssen, and Ian Maule (Maya).

Leters come from William Breiding (Star Fire), Cy Chauvin, Jerry Kaufman (Littlebrook), Marc Ortlieb (The Australian Science Fiction Bullsheet, Tigger), and Steve Sneyd (Data Dump).

Steam Engine Time won the Ditmar Award for Best Fanzine in 2010.

Bruce Gillespie also publishes SF Commentary, and previously published Dreams and False Alarms.

External Links