Fandomedia 2005 Promotional flyer

Begins with: COMEDY “Let me entertain you” stamped over a negative of a doll-like face with a hard to make-out picture superimposed over the left eye. FeaturingGuest of Honour: Chuck McKenzie Local Guest of Honour: Simon Haynes Fan Guest of Honour: Erika Pearson Invited Guests: Tamara Carmichael, Alicia Smith, Rob Masters Date: November 19-20th 2005… Continue reading Fandomedia 2005 Promotional flyer

Trekcon III (1987) – Special Guests

transcription of pages 4 and 5 of the Trekcon III (1987) Program book. Transcription by Anna Hepworth. Typos and interesting formatting reproduced. Tabs stops completely ignored. Special Guests Each semester, the Trekcon Academy presents one or two special guests to instruct and inspire those enrolled at the Academy. This time we have the privilege of… Continue reading Trekcon III (1987) – Special Guests

Trekcon III – 1987, introductory post

In our collection of varied and wondrous items from fannish events across the country can be found the TrekCon III “Cadets Orientation Manual”. This is a 46 page plus heavy card cover staple’n’tape bound A4 book. The first two (unnumbered) pages read: [logo with Startrek arrowhead insignia superimposed over a cross-hatched map of Australia, with… Continue reading Trekcon III – 1987, introductory post

Star Trek TNG portraits

Following on from our previous post of the ten Star Trek character portraits recently discovered in Jack Bridge’s shed, signed “Wendy Potts 1999”, we present to you the TNG series portraits.

Star Trek portraits

Recently discovered in Jack Bridges’s shed is a series of ten Star Trek character portraits, all signed “Wendy Potts 1999”. These are known to have been originally drawn for West Trek publications, but little is known about how they came to be in Jack’s shed. Here are the portraits of the original series characters, in… Continue reading Star Trek portraits

NanoCon – Octoberfeast

Transcribed by Elaine Walker, A4 sheet of paper, there are two versions of this, one very much basic typewritten, the other looking as if someone had access to desktop publishing software and a nice printer, or it was sent out to be published by professionals. The Octoberfeast heading is in a nice triple border oblong… Continue reading NanoCon – Octoberfeast


A4, single-sided. Transcribed by Doug Burbidge. WHERE: Faversham House, Grey St., York – WA’s own Castle Gormenghast, haunted too. WHEN: 10-11th June 1989. Xmas ought to be in the middle of winter, right? Frost and snow and reindeers and robin redbreasts and – oh well, let’s not get carried away. COST: Approximately $30. Cost is… Continue reading “XMAS” NANOCON at FAVERSHAM HOUSE

WASFA News #2 – 18 June 1977

Transcribed by Elaine Walker. One sheet of foolscap paper, single-sided. Typed, two columns, with horizontal rules between items. We are on the SF map. Leigh Edmonds gave us about a quarter of a page in FANEW SLETTER EIGHTY this month. The WASFA magazine REFLECTIONS is being delayed by purely technical reasons in the printing stage… Continue reading WASFA News #2 – 18 June 1977