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  • Stephen Agar
    Chris There are some odd missing zines from the Archive. If your zines are in a decent order I can send you the current list of what is in the archive and
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      Chris

      There are some odd missing zines from the Archive. If your zines are
      in a decent order I can send you the current list of what is in the
      archive and maybe you could have a quick look. For example, the odd
      issue of TCP is missing.

      regards


      Stephen

      --- In ukpbm@yahoogroups.com, "Chris M. Dickson" <yahoo@...> wrote:
      >
      > This is, sadly, an increasingly relatively frequent comment in a
      > low-volume group, but space pressures force me reluctantly to part
      > with much of my 'zine collection. Many old postal games 'zines are
      > available in return for just the cost of postage and packing; should
      > nobody be interested, I fear that they will have to be recycled. (I
      > feel awful saying that, especially if it's a 'zine that you
      produced.
      > I certainly intend to keep sample issues of every 'zine I saw, and
      > several issues of some of my favourites. Sadly I will have to cut
      > things down to one box or so.)
      >
      > My collection is made up of pretty mainstream stuff, mostly from
      > between 1998 and 2002 or so. I can't imagine there would be anything
      > sufficiently unusual to interest the 'Zine Archive and fear that
      > moving house means I won't have the time to engage in a scanning
      project.
      >
      > I don't claim to have anything like complete collections for most of
      > these and would be happy to look up issue numbers if required, but I
      > think I have pretty complete collections of The White Cat,
      Underneath
      > the Mango Tree, SNOT, The Pen Is Mightier Than The Sword and
      PBMzine,
      > most of Where Is My Mind?, BUM, Up Around The Bend and the Armistice
      > Day Newsletter (the latter of which is available online) and
      smaller,
      > spottier quantities of TCP, Borealis, Greatest Hits, Ode,
      Serendipity,
      > Spring Offensive, GAME, Smodnoc, ALOS, Bloodstock, The Sprouts of
      > Wrath, Pigbutton, Cut and Thrust and Flights of Fancy.
      >
      > Many thanks to the editors who have provided me with such fine
      > entertainment over the years!
      > Chris
      >
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