Australian Science Fiction Review
(See Science Fiction Review for the vast number of other things with that title.)
Australian Science Fiction Review was a fanzine published between 1966 and 1969 by John Bangsund in Kingston, ACT, Australia which was later renamed Scythrop. It was later revived (under the title "Australian Science Fiction Review") by a group of others, see below.
In 1969, the first year that the Ditmar Awards were first presented, the Australian Science Fiction Review won the Ditmar Award for Best Australian Amateur Publication or Fanzine.
|20||Last issue titled Australian SF Review|
|21||December 1969||Now titled Scythrop|
|28||Summer 1973||32||Final issue of series one|
|March 1978||38||Parergon Papers #8 is labeled as ASFR 12th anniversary issue|
In 1986, Australian Science Fiction Review was revived by The Science Fiction Collective aka the Melbourne Collective (possibly also known as the ASFR Cooperative): Jenny Blackford, Russell Blackford, John Foyster, Yvonne Rousseau and Lucy Sussex.
In 1991, the second series of ASFR won the Ditmar Award for Best Fanzine.
|21||September 1989||32||Dated Spring 1989|
|22||December 1989||40||Dated Summer 1989|
|23||March 1990||32||Dated Summer 1989|
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