Alex A. sent in a scan of this year's Glastonbury ticket.
Almost 22 years to the day, Gerard L. sent in two pictures he snapped from Bowie's May 1, 1978 concert in Toronto, Canada. Gerard notes that he was so enthralled by the evening's performance that he showed up to work two hours late the next morning and promptly got himself fired. It was a blessing in disguise because he then became a musician himself with his own website.
Silverem sent in two new pieces of fan artwork.
ZigDust sent in some higher quality scans of the hours... 12" vinyl promo for our perusal.
LadyStardust108 sent in some high quality scans of the photos from the Sunday Magazine "Fashion of the Times" article from last month.
Silverem sent in four more pieces of her artwork - including a humorous interpretation of a fan at a Bowie photo-shoot.
Dean H. serendipitously found the setlist to LA Sports Arena, 1990 on the back of an old ATM receipt as he was cleaning up.
Ruud has updated his illustrated discography to version 10.9, adding a new Pirates section which looks at illegal discs, counterfeits and semi-legal compilations.
Dawn7th sent in a poem titled Words of my Soul!.
Dean Hotta sent in a setlist from the US Festival 1983 concert which Bowie headlined and played the final set of the day.
Calum Bennie sent in two colour photographs and a scan of the ticket stub from the Apollo Theatre, Glasgow 1978 show.
Einar Stenseng sent in scans and all the details to create a page of its own for Lou Reed's Transformer.
Adam Dean sent in this article from his local newspaper about Bowie's son, Duncan Jones.
SpiderGirl sent in pointers to three of her Labyrinth-inspired stories for the fan contributions section.
Simone sent in some close-up photographs from last year's Dublin HQ concert.
John B. pointed out a hidden track on the recalled American Psycho soundtrack: a final dialogue between two characters in the movie about 5 minutes after the last song.
Ruud has updated his illustrated discography to version 10.8.
SilverEm sent in some of her paintings and drawings of Bowie.
Calum Bennie sent in two more outstanding pictures which he took at the Apollo Theatre in Glasgow on the 1978 tour.
Lucy sent in her first piece of computer-generated artwork, called Purple Spaceboy.