Here's the lowdown on some other magazines from Pigasus Press. Although all these titles
are no longer being published, and many issues are out-of-print, we do have a limited
supply remaining of some fanzines and sci-fi magazines. If you are interested in further
details, please contact Pigasus Press for lists of current
For a while during the early 1990s, Strange Adventures: the Fanzine of Fantastic Media
was the only monthly fanzine of its kind being published in the UK. About 60 issues appeared
between 1989 and 1994, breaking new ground as both regular independent review and as an A4
size, litho quality, amateur periodical.
Among the highlights of its five-year mission were themed editions about Women In Films,
ecological 'Green' issues, and specials devoted to
2001: A Space Odyssey, and Blade Runner.
Contributors to Strange Adventures include:
Terry Ableman, Stacy Bacon, Martin Baines, Gary Bayley, Rob Bewick, Andy Birkin, Dave Bloor,
Fons Boelanders, Vanessa Brind, Porl Broome, Cathy Buburuz, Nick Cairns, Michelle Carr, Nick
Chapman, Cheryl Collins, Paul Cooper, Ryan Copeland, Tony Cotterell, Martin Coxhead, Chris
Crielaard, Kevin Cullen, Andrew Darlington, Peter Dean, Ann Degeest, Jeff Downes, David
Durbridge, Kerry Earl, Martin Edge, Graham Evans, Nigel Floyd, Frank Forte, Fucci, Alan
Garside, Dallas Goffin, John Gosling, Audrey Green, Patrick Grimes, Michael Hamilton, Steven
Hampton, Noel Hannan, Joanne Hardy, Paul Higson, Bob Hobbs, Dave W. Hughes, Rhys Hughes,
Alan Hunter, Dave J. Hyatt, Chris James, Steve Jenkins, Monty Karlo, Laurence Keynes, Jakob
Klemencic, Nick Laister, James A. Lee, Stephen Lee, Tony Lee,
Simon Lewis, Steve Lines, Kevin Lyons, Owen Mackey, Rob Marshall, John Martin, Carl Meewezen,
Jim McLennan, Joseph Michaels, Donald Morefield, Julia Mundy, Anthony North, Paul Oakley,
Hugh Packer, Tim Paxton, Alister Pearson, Celia Pell, John Peters, Graham Phillips, Ellen
Randall, Stuart Raymond, Gavin Ross, Marcel Ruijters, Bob Sargent, Peter Schilling, Roberto
Schima, Ian Shutter, Steve Sneyd, Philippa Timms, Rick Vincent, Tom Wallis, Graeme Wey, Kevin
White, Glyn Williams, Linda Woolford, Clive Wright, Kenneth Wright, Jeff Young.
A Quarterly Digest of News Reports from the Future
[#7] Summer 2043 - centaur day at the races!
Time travel tragedy, US refugees in Cuba, Elvis diaries, Auto-hospital horror, flying pub,
Luddities strike USSA, Robin Hood was Martian claim, Mexican blitzkrieg, 3-D Musketeers,
killer poet, new Macbeth staged, celebrity obits: ex-PM Angus Deayton and Madonna, psychic
Gary Bayley, Kevin Cullen, Andrew Darlington, Kerry Earl, Michael Hamilton, Mimi Hendrix,
Rhys Hughes, Alan Hunter, Alan Kitch, James A. Lee, Alan K. Lipton, Jim McLennan, Carl
Meewezen, Marcel Ruijters, Peter Schilling, Roberto Schima, Steve Sneyd.
FAX 21 is now
Prices and ordering details:
FAX 21 #7 (includes free copy of #4 while stocks last!).
£2.00 (UK only), £3.00 (Europe), £3.50 (USA), £4.00 (Rest of World).
All cheques/PO must be payable to Tony Lee.
Orders from USA/Canada and RoW - please send International Postal Order in UK currency,
only (no foreign checks accepted). Send all orders to: Pigasus Press.
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14 issues with articles, genre criticism, opinions and listings, published from 1996-9.
SF Newsletter of Polemic and Review
Forrest J. Ackerman, Allen Ashley, Josh Bingham, Andrew Darlington, Barbara Davies, Michael
Hamilton, Steven Hampton, Patrick Hudson, Rhys Hughes, Alan Hunter, Zine Kat, Duncan Lawie,
Jim Lee, Tony Lee, Michael McCarty, Dominic McDonagh, Paul McDonald,
Mark McLaughlin, Carl Meewezen, Ivan Millett, Phil Nicholls, David Ratcliffe, Katherine Roberts,
Jason Rogerson, William Paul Rutherford, Peter Schilling, Ian Shutter, David Sivier, Steve Sneyd,
Peter Tennant, Peter Tunstall, Jeff Young.
Selected writings archived online:
Horror Hacks vs SF Scribes by Peter Schilling
In Praise Of Dystopian SF by Peter Tennant
A Top 5 Genre Short Stories by Tony Lee
The 1st SF Novel by Rhys Hughes
Against Heroic Fantasy by Patrick Hudson
3rd Rock From The Sun by William Paul Rutherford
SMALL PRESS REVIEW
SF SATIRE & GENERAL HUMOUR
NEWSLETTER OF PIGASUS PRESS
GENRE THEMED ANTHOLOGY
GENRE FICTION, POETRY & ART
HELICOPTERS IN FILMS & TV
HORROR HUMOUR PROSE & ART
CD & LIVE MUSIC REVIEWS
MONTHLY VHS & DVD REVIEWS
SF, FANTASY, HORROR, MYSTERY