Aztec Blue was a science fiction fanzine by Murray Moore.
Published in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, the first issue of Aztec Blue appeared in September 2000.
Issue 1 featured a cover by William Rotsler, and the articles, "Albania, For Enver and Enver: 1988" by John Berry (Pot Pourri); "Our SF Fandom: A Stimulating Diversion", by Mike Glicksohn (Energumen, Xenium); "Meeting Ray Bradbury" by Dave Rowe; and "Living As A Deaf Person" by Joyce Scrivner.
Issue 2 (January 2001) featured a cover by Steve Stiles, and the second part of John Berry's travelogue; "Chicon, My Chicon" by Murray Moore, about attending the 2000 Worldcon; and letters from Chester Cuthbert, Rodney Leighton, Lloyd Penney (Torus), Dale Speirs (Opuntia) and Harry Warner, Jr. (Horizons).
Issue 3 (May 2001) featured a cover by Grant Canfield, and the conclusion of John Berry's travelogue of his trip to Albania as well as a back cover by Grant Canfield.
Issue 4 was released in June 2001.
Issue 5 (September 2001), features a cover by Brad Foster, a cartoon by Teddy Harvia, and the articles "What's in an Annish" by Henry Welch (The Knarley Knews); Howard Devore on his experiences as a printer; and a reprinting of the article "The Moth and the Arctic Steamroller" by Boyd Raeburn, from his fanzine A Bas, with tributes to Raeburn on the occasion of his passing by Robert Lichtman (Trap Door), and Curt Phillips. Letters came from Eric Lindsay (E-Ditto), Ron Solomon, and Bill Wright.
In the 2002 issue of No Award (#11), Joseph Major wrote, "Canadian fanzine fandom, after a period in the nineties of vigor, seemed to evaporate...Fortunately we are seeing the stirrings of revival, with Murray Moore's Azrtec Blue leading the pack."