BCSFAzine is a science fiction newsletter published by the British Columbia Science Fiction Association in British Columbia, Canada.
BCSFAzine is a very long running publication which began publishing in September 1973, with more than 460 issues published as of 2011. It includes news, commentary, articles, zine reviews, letters of comment, a calendar of SF related events in British Columbia, and the minutes of BCSFA meetings.
The editors of BCSFAzine have been Mike Bailey (1973-1974), Fran Skene (1976), Allyn Cadogan (1977), Fran Skene (Oct 1977), Alan R. Betz (November 1977), Ed Beauregard (December 1977), Lona Elrod (January-February 1978), Hens Flanders (1979), Becky Bennett (1979-1980), Fran Skene (1980), Vaughn Fraser (1980), Con Hiebner (1981), Neil Williams (1982-1983), Barbara Przeklasa (1983-1989), R. Graeme Cameron (1989-1995), John Wong (1985-1999), and Garth Spencer (2000-2009). With issue 430, Felicity Walker became editor and has continued to 2011.
Contributors of writing include Michael Bertrand, R. Graeme Cameron, Don H. DeBrandt, Steve Forty, Stan Hyde, Michael Morbius, Michael Morse, Maureen Cecilia Parrott, Joseph Picard, Stephen Samuel, Ray Seredin, Taral Wayne (DNQ), Jim Welch, Linda Williams, Ted White (Stellar), and the editors.
Contributions of artwork come from Paul Azaceta, Sheryl Birkhead, Joe Devoy, Brad Foster, Steve Green, Tim Hammell, Dave Haren, Michael Morbius, Felicity Walker, and Taral Wayne. Also included were reprints of works by D. Bruce Berry, John Byrne, Keith Haring, Jack Kirby, Alan Moore, Tom of Finland, and others.
Photographs have been contributed by Joseph Picard and Felicity Walker.
Editor Fran Skene also published Love Makes The World Go Awry. Allyn Cadogan also co-published Genre Plat. Editor Garth Spencer also co-published The Central Ganglion, and published The Maple Leaf Rag and The Royal Swiss Navy Gazette. Neil Williams also published Swill and, most recently, Swill@30. Editor R. Graeme Cameron also published WCSFAzine, Space Cadet, and, most recently, The Fanatical Fanactivist. Editor Felicity Walker also publishes Ish.