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Magazine: Aboriginal Science Fiction

Editor: Charles C. Ryan

Language: English

ISSN:

Active: 1986 – 2001

Issues: 65

Websites: ISFDB |  SFE

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Bibliographic comments: US magazine.

• Only issues with contents of interest to this library are listed here, highlighted in white.

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Aboriginal Science Fiction, #10

Charles C. Ryan, ed.

<  May 1988

Absolute Entertainment

Quarto, 64 pages

$3.00

Notes:

  •  Only fiction, essays and interviews are listed.

Fiction: Patricia Anthony, Sweet Tooth at Io  //  Robert A. Metzger, A Third Chance  // Bonita Kale, A Speaking

Likeness  //  Jamil Nasir, The Darkness Beyond  //  Howard V. Hendrix, The Last Impression of Linda Vista

Essays: Darrell Schweitzer, Realistic Science Fiction  //  A Crazy Alien, A Message from Our Alien Publisher: Selling

My Good Name  //  Laurel Lucas, A Trompe-l'oeil  //  Janice M. Eisen, New Views of Familiar Landscapes  //  Charles

C. Ryan, Editor's Notes: Where Did You Come From?

Interviews: Susan Ellison, From the Fifth Dimension: The Twilight Zone Returns! interview of J. Michael Straczynski

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Aboriginal Science Fiction, #33–34

Charles C. Ryan, ed.

<  June 1992

Absolute Entertainment

Quarto, 116 pages

$4.95 / C$6.00

Notes:

  •  Double issue. Only fiction, poetry and essays are listed.

Fiction: Wendy Wheeler, June 14, 1959  //  Gerald W. Page, The Claim Station  //  Jerry J. Davis, The Penalties of

Pirating  //  Jamil Nasir, Sunlight  //  John W. Randal, Dead Cows  //  Amy Benesch, I Love You for Seventy Mental

Reasons  //  Patricia Anthony, The Secret Language of Old White Ladies  //  Steven M. Ford, Set a Place for Arthur  

//  K. D. Wentworth, Spin  //  R. Gary Raham, Succession  //  Robert V. Kozinets, Ping Enclosed  //  James C. Glass,

Deezee

Poetry: Laurel Winter, Godlet  //  Marianne J. Dyson, The Poet's New Mind (for Roger Penrose)

Essays: A Crazy Alien, A Message from Our Alien Publisher: For the Good of the Children  //  Charles C. Ryan,

Editor's Notes: A Great Big Thank You  //  Darrell Schweitzer, Books: "I'd Rather Have Friends."  //  Robert A.

Metzger, What If?: Conference  //  Susan Ellison, Through the Lens: Why, Oh Why?  //  Laurel Lucas, Aborigines:

The Black and White Perspective

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Aboriginal Science Fiction, #35–36

Charles C. Ryan, ed.

<  September 1992

The Second Renaissance Foundation

Quarto, 116 pages

$4.95 / C$6.00

Notes:

  •  Double issue. Only fiction, poetry and essays are listed.

Fiction: Mark Canter, Pictures from Home  //  Ted Nolan, Square Deal  //  Anthony R. Lewis, The Curse  //  Paul C.

Schuytema, The Silver Abacus  //  Richard K. Lyon, The Secret Identity Diet  //  E. R. Stewart, Bag of Bones  //  E. H.

Wong, Rescue  //  Claudia O'Keefe, Cameo  //  John Gregory Betancourt, Hunter's Pink  //  Sharan Newman,

Patterns of Little Gods  //  John W. Randal, Dead Sky Eyes  //  Sean Williams, Light Bodies Falling

Poetry: Terry McGarry, Having Seen These Marvels  //  Darrell Schweitzer, Apocalyptic Jingle

Essays: A Crazy Alien, A Message from Our Alien Publisher: Omnivorous Believers  //  Charles C. Ryan, Editor's

Notes: The Hot New Writers  //  Robert A. Metzger, What If?: The Emperor's Twisted Mind  //  Darrell Schweitzer,

Books: The Last from Heinlein  //  Janice M. Eisen, From the Bookshelf: Genre Benders  //  Laurel Lucas, Aborigines:

Unlikely Heroes

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Aboriginal Science Fiction, #41–42

Charles C. Ryan, ed.

<  July 1993

The Second Renaissance Foundation

Quarto, 100 pages

$4.95 / C$5.95

Notes:

  •  Double issue. Only fiction, poetry and essays are listed.

Fiction: Doug Franklin, If I Should Die Before I Wake  //  Joe Haldeman, Market Day  //  John Gregory Betancourt,

Human Spirit, Beetle Spirit  //  Patricia Anthony, Gingerbread Man  //  Graham P. Collins, The Fermi Paradox

Explained on a City Street Corner  //  Greg Abraham, Indigenes  //  Anthony J. Howard, The Recyclers  //  Michael P.

Belfiore, The Salesman  //  Jayge Carr, The Lady or the Tiger  //  Chuck Rothman, Screams Are Not Enough  //  

William J. Shefski, Spongehead //  Jamil Nasir, A Trace of Kindness

Poetry: Wendy Rathbone, Poem from the Stars

Essays: A Crazy Alien, A Message from Our Alien Publisher: Rejection, Part 2  //  Darrell Schweitzer, Books: The

Conservative Avant-Garde  //  Janice M. Eisen, From the Bookshelf: Hail and Farewell  //  Robert A. Metzger, What

If?: Pass the Banana  //  Laurel Lucas, Aborigines: Dino Minutiae  //  Charles C. Ryan, Editor's Notes: Up, Up, and

Away...

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Aboriginal Science Fiction, #49–50

Charles C. Ryan, ed.

<  July 1996

The Second Renaissance Foundation

Quarto, 100 pages

$5.95

Notes:

  •  Double issue. Only fiction, poetry and essays are listed.

Fiction: Karl G. Schlosser, Walking Backwards Through Death's Door  //  Beatrice J. Corry, Don't Dance  //  Mark

Wolverton, Love in the Silicon Age  //  E. H. Wong, Endangered Species  //  William Barton, Changes  //  Stuart

Palmer, Meritorious Windows  //  Stephen D. Haltom, The Will  //  K. D. Wentworth, Burning Bright  //  Molly Barr, Into

the Labyrinth  //  P. J. L. Hinder, Growing Higher

Poetry: Jeremy Gadd, Carl Sagan Says  //  David Slusher, Ride to the Stars

Essays: Charles C. Ryan, Editor's Notes: Safe and Sound  //  A Crazy Alien, A Message from Our Alien Publisher: Life

as a White Male  //  Janice M. Eisen, From the Bookshelf: A Valediction  //  Darrell Schweitzer, Books: We Resume

Our Regular Service  //  Susan Ellison, Through the Lens: What's Hot for Fall and Beyond  //  Laurel Lucas,

Aborigines: Farewell Janice

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Aboriginal Science Fiction, #51–52

Charles C. Ryan, ed.

<  October 1996

The Second Renaissance Foundation

Quarto, 100 pages

$5.95

Notes:

  •  Double issue. Only fiction and essays are listed.

Fiction: Spencer Luster, Key Bored: A Tale from the Writer's Block  //  A. John Wallace, Cold Storage  //  Robert

Hood, A Quickening in Stone  //  Robert A. Metzger, Slab Town  //  James S. Dorr, Toast  //  Delia Marshall Turner,

The Afterlife //  Morgan Hua, Flashed Shadows  //  D. G. Grace, Just Like Moses  //  Martin Lambert, On a Distant

Wire  //  Mary Soon Lee, Silent in the Cities

Essays: A Crazy Alien, A Message from Our Alien Publisher: Noise... Lights... Confusion...  //  Robert A. Metzger,

What If?: If the Blind Could See... //  Thomas A. Easton, Beware the Virtual Reality Jungle  //  Darrell Schweitzer,

Books: On the Clunkiness of Science Fiction  //  Mark L. Olson, From the Bookshelf: A New Regime  //  Susan Ellison,

Through the Lens: Bugs Galore  //  Laurel Lucas, Aborigines: Say Hello to Mark

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Aboriginal Science Fiction, #65

Charles C. Ryan, ed.

<  March 2001

The Second Renaissance Foundation

Quarto, 68 pages

$5.95

Notes:

  •  Only fiction and essays are listed.

Fiction: Peter Friend, 17 Views of Mount Taranaki //  Wil McCarthy, No Job Too Small  //  E. H. Wong, Something Old,

Something New, and Expresso  //  Denise Lopes Heald, Reality's Real Estate  //  Debbie Stitt Baker, A Wheel in a

Wheel  //  Anthony R. Lewis, Requiescat in Pace

Essays: A Crazy Alien, A Message from Our Alien Publisher: Nano Nightmares  //  Laurel Lucas, Aborigines: An Attack

of Indecision  //  Marvin Kaye, Through the Lens: The World Fantasy NON-Awards //  Mark L. Olson, From the

Bookshelf: 'Offbeat'—It's a Compliment  //  Darrell Schweitzer, Books: Writers with Agendas  //  Robert A. Metzger,

What If?: Extreme Futures