Bring Bruce Bayside Bulletin edited by Joyce & Arnie Katz
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published by the Bring Bruce Bayside (BBB) Fund that sent Melbourne’s Bruce Gillespie to America in February & March 2005 to attend Corflu (the peak fanzine fans’ convention) and Potlatch (a gathering of the writers and readers of literary science fiction and fantasy at which participants exchange ideas)
Proceeds from the sale of this 44-page fanzine go to the BBB (Bring Bruce Bayside) Fund, a special fan fund to defray the expenses of his trip and to publish this trip report.
To order in the USA and Canada, send US$10 (includes postage) to:
To order in Australasia, send Au$10 (includes postage) to:
To order in the UK, send £5 (includes postage) to:
Click here to read the flyer with full details.
|The Bring Bruce Bayside Bulletin was the official publication of the fund which brought Bruce Gillespie to Corflu and Potlatch in 2005.|
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The Incompleat Bruce Gillespie: a selection of Bruce Gillespie's fanzine writings, edited by Irwin Hirsh and published by the Bring Bruce Bayside (BBB) Fund with the aid of a generous grant from the Victorian Science Fiction Conventions organisation.
Find out why Bruce Gillespie has won sixteen Ditmar Awards, three William Atheling Awards and the World SF Award, and has been nominated three times for the Hugo Award.
Since 1968, Bruce Gillespie has been writing some of the science fiction world's finest personal articles, reviews and critical articles. This is the first collection of the best of them.
Irwin Hirsh, himself one of the best fan writers and publishers in Australia, has gathered his favourite Gillespie articles into one 40-page volume. They include the Atheling-winning article 'The Non-SF Novels of Philip K Dick', the Fanthology-selected article 'Trains in the Distance', and two selections from the long-running 'I Must Be Talking to My Friends' column, and other articles long out of print.
The introduction is by Ditmar (Dr Dick Jenssen), who has also provided the cover.
Proceeds from the sales help to fund an air fare so that Bruce can attend Corflu (the fanzine fans' convention) in San Francisco, February 2005. This is the BBB (Bring Bruce Bayside) Fund.
How to order from the Fund administrators:
Australia: $10 (incl. postage) to Bill Wright, Unit 4, 1 Park Street, St Kilda West VIC 3182.
USA: $10 (incl. airmail postage) to Arnie and Joyce Katz, PMB 152, 330 S Decatur Blvd, Las Vegas NV 89107.
UK: 5 pounds (incl. airmail postage) to Mark Plummer and Claire Brialey, 59 Shirley Road, Croydon, Surrey CR0 7ES, United Kingdom.
Last revised: 19 June, 2007
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