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Zapf Punkt Spring Equinox 2022

Zapf.Punkt lucky number thirteen, je ne c’est quoi. Zapf.punkt 13 (Spring Equinox)Download from Diamond Bay Press What about French SF? This issue scratches right past the main singers on that recor

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Zapf Punkt Winter Solstice 2021

Welcom to Zapf.Punkt number twelve, where the Metaverse is revealed as a Meta Farce. Zapf.punkt 12 (Winter Solstice)Download from Diamond Bay Press In this issue, we take a look at the launch of Lond

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Zapf Punkt Autumn Equinox 2021

The eleventh issue of Zapf.Punkt looks into the late 1960s science fiction and music scene of Japan. Zapf.punkt 11 (Autumn Equinox)Download from Diamond Bay Press In this issue, we investigate the ra

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FutureCon 2

The collaborative effort to run FutureCon can be proud of their accomplishment: they’ve built upon the first conference one year ago and made it to a second year, full of the same energy and enthusia

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Zapf Punkt Summer Solstice 2021

Hot off the laptop, here’s the tenth issue of Zapf.Punkt for all you deca-philes out there. Download your free copy from Diamond Bay Press: Zapf.punkt 10 (Summer Solstice)Download from Diamond Bay Pr

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Ted White Goes Rogue

In a recent interview, Ted White talked about his early career as a jazz writer, when he was hanging around in the clubs of Greenwich Village, and how he first got published in Rogue Magazine. His c

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Izumi Suzuki's Terminal Boredom

Join Diamond Bay Radio for a celebration of the Japanese science fiction author, Izumi Suzuki. In this episode, we interview Daniel Joseph, translator, about the first anthology of Suzuki’s science

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Zapf Punkt Spring Equinox 2021

Join us for the long-lived ninth issue of Zapf.Punkt. Download your free copy from Diamond Bay Press: Zapf.punkt 9 (Spring Equinox)Download from Diamond Bay Press In this issue, we present the Decode

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Ted White Interview

The amazing thing about Ted White is his fantastic memory. In a multi-hour interview, sponsored by the heroic team at Fanac, the editor, author, music-critic, and guru of science fiction fandom was i