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Contributors: Ray Lowry, Bob Dickinson, Liz Naylor, Brian Mills, Ruth Cowley, Andy Zero, Catherine Miles, James Martland, Ian Todd, Steve, Mick Dando, Gill Bradley, Anon
Office: 429b Bury New Road, Higher Broughton, Salford 7

Featured in the following MDMArchive online exhibitions:
City Fun: The Hidden History of Manchester's Favourite Fanzine
Artefact added : 12th November 2012
by Abigail
Dave Haslam Says –
In the small ads, Jeff Noon, several light years away from finding fame as an author, requests bandmates. At the time he also harboured thoughts of running a fanzine. His play 'Woundings' (later made into a film) was completed in 1986. His first published novel is the amazing 'Vurt' (1993).
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