Australian Science Fiction Media Awards

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These awards were first presented in 1984. In 1989 they were renamed the Australasian Science Fiction Media Awards. In 1988, they were called Robbies.

Contents

1984[edit]

(presented at Medtrek '84, held 10-11 March 1984, in Sydney)

Best Australian Media Fanzine[edit]

Chronicles

Best Australian Media Fanwriter[edit]

Sue Bursztynski

Best Australian Media Fanartist[edit]

Sue Campbell

1985[edit]

(presented at Con Amore, held June 8-10 1985, in Brisbane)

Best Australian Media Fanzine[edit]

Chronicles

Best Australian Media Fanwriter[edit]

Sue Bursztynski

Best Australian Media Fanartist[edit]

Lynn Hendricks

1986[edit]

(presented at Galactic Tours Convention, held Mar 7-10, in Melbourne)

Best Australian Media Fanzine[edit]

Chronicles

Best Australian Media Fanwriter[edit]

Sue Bursztynski

Best Australian Media Fanartist[edit]

Robert Jan

Best Amateur Audio-Visual[edit]

Sale of 23rd Century

1987[edit]

(presented at Eccentricon, held July 3-6 1987, in Hawkesbury, N.S.W.)

Best Australian Media Fanzine[edit]

Chronicles

Best Australian Media Fanwriter[edit]

Susan Clarke

Best Australian Media Fanartist[edit]

Robert Jan

Best Amateur Audio-Visual[edit]

Perfect Botch

1988[edit]

(presented at Zencon II, held 14-16 October 1988, in Melbourne)

Best Australian Media Fanzine[edit]

Best Australian Media Fanwriter[edit]

Best Australian Media Fanartist[edit]

1989[edit]

(presented at Conspire, held 17-20 March 1989, in Canberra)

Best Writer[edit]

Nikki White

Best Artist[edit]

Gail Adams

Best Fanzine[edit]

Spock

Best Audio/Visual[edit]

No Award

1990[edit]

(presented at Huttcon '90, held 23-25 November 1990, in Melbourne)

Best Australian Media Fanzine[edit]

Best Australian Media Fanwriter[edit]

Best Australian Media Fanartist[edit]

Best Australasian Amateur Audio-Visual Production[edit]

cancelled due to lack of nominees

1991[edit]

(presented at Vampiricon, held 11-13 October 1991, in Melbourne)

Best Fan Media Newsletter[edit]

Ethel the Aardvark

Best Fan Media Zine[edit]

Spock

Best Fan Media Writer[edit]

Alan Stewart

Best Media Artist[edit]

Ian Gunn

Best Amateur Audio-Visual Production[edit]

HuttCon '90 Opening Ceremony, Danny Heap

1992[edit]

(presented at HongCon '92, held 6-8 June 1992, in Adelaide)

Best Audio-Visual Presentation[edit]

James Bond etc, George Ivanoff

Best Fan Artist[edit]

Steven Scholz

Best Fan Writer[edit]

Martin Riley

Best Fiction Zine[edit]

Steve and Martin's Excellant Fanzine, Steve Scholz & Martin Riley

Best Newszine[edit]

(three-way tie) Just Alice, Adam Jenkins Captain's Log, Gail Adams (for Austrek) Ethel the Aardvark, Alan Stewart (for the Melbourne Science Fiction Club)

1993[edit]

(presented at DefCon, held 5-7 June 1993, in New Zealand)

Best Fan Newsletter[edit]

Ethel the Aardvark, Alan Stewart and Paul Ewins

Best Fan Writer[edit]

Hazel Naird

1994[edit]

(presented at Constantinople, held 1-4 April 1994, in Melbourne)

Best Fan Writer[edit]

Best Fan Artist[edit]

Best Newsletter[edit]

Best Fan Fiction Zine[edit]

Best Amateur Audiovisual Production[edit]

1995[edit]

(presented at Basicon, held 21 October 1995, in Melbourne)

Best Fan Writer[edit]

Best Fan Artist[edit]

Best Newszine[edit]

Best Fiction Zine[edit]

Best Audio Visual[edit]

1996[edit]

(presented at the Festival of the Imagination 1996, held 4-8 April 1996, in Perth)

Best Australasian Fan Fiction Zine[edit]

Best Australasian Fan Newsletter[edit]

Best Australasian Media Fan Writer[edit]

Best Australasian Media Artist[edit]

Best Australasian Amateur Audio/Visual Production[edit]

  • Basicon Opening Ceremony (E.B.H. [Channel 31])
  • Opening/Closing Ceremonies: Force One (Danny Heap & H. Gibbens)
  • The Dalek Tapes (Albert Q.)

1997[edit]

(presented at Basicon 2 held September 27-28 1997, in Melbourne)

Best Australian Fan Fiction Zine[edit]

Best Australian Fan Newsletter[edit]

Best Australian Media Fan Writer[edit]

Best Australian Media Fan Artist[edit]

Best Australian Amateur Audio/Visual Production[edit]


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