CounterClock #14: English e-zine about German fandom

German science fiction-fandom has a history of
feuds and quarrel. Not so much around the pub
table, nor do German fans quarrel a lot with
foreigners, but when it comes to their hobby and
when they are supposed to agree on how an
organization should be run, they can become bitter


This is how the editor, Wolf von Witting, starts this critical issue of CounterClock. Finally it ends up with a version of an united European fandom.



CounterClock is mostly about European science fiction-fandom, its history and future, sf-conventions, the art of writing and fantastic film.
The ambition is to be quarterly regular, and steadily improving. Reports from conventions all over Europe, historical accounts and letters of comment are more than welcome.

You can download all isssues here:

Nina Horvath

Nina Horvath has studied at the University of Vienna. Her mother tongue is German. She is a keen author of short stories and published over two dozens in zines and anthologies. Her favourite genre is science-fiction. She had also been editor of the short story collections "Die Schattenuhr", "Metamorphosen - Auf den Spuren H.P. Lovecrafts" and "Darwins Schildkröte". In 2012 she won the awards "Vincent Preis" for the best horror anthology and the "Deutscher Phantastik Preis" for the best fantastic short story. (This one was also 3rd at the "DSFP" for the best science-fiction story.)

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