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Fanzine published by Wolf von Witting, who writes: "CounterClock is mostly about European science fiction-fandom, its history and future, sf-conventions, the art of writing and fantastic film. It wasn't Philip K Dick's novel which inspired to the name of this fanzine, but rather the potential usefulness of certain wingdings. But it might as well have been P.K. Dick.

"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."
In 2017 CounterClock received the ESFS Award for Best Fanzine at the Eurocon in Dortmund.

It has been published since 1999 with thirtyfour issues as of early 2019. (IA) Copies at EFanzines

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