Aggedor

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Published between 1982-1986, seven issues were released.  
Published between 1982-1986, seven issues were released.  
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Contributors of writing included Peter Anghelides, Pam Baddeley, J.J.Bentham, Ronald Binnie, Alec Charles, John Connors, David J. Howe , John Lamb, Simon Lydiard, and John Nathan-Turner.  
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Contributors of writing included Peter Anghelides, Pam Baddeley, J.J.Bentham, Ronald Binnie, Alec Charles, John Connors, David J. Howe , John Lamb, Simon Lydiard, and John Nathan-Turner.  
Fiction was contributed by Christopher John Harvard, and Jackie Marshall ([[Space Rat]], [[Queen Bat]]), among others.  
Fiction was contributed by Christopher John Harvard, and Jackie Marshall ([[Space Rat]], [[Queen Bat]]), among others.  
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Featured interviews are with writer Johnny Bryne, script editor and writer Eric Saward and actor Anthony Ainley, and Janet Fielding.  
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Featured interviews are with writer Johnny Bryne, script editor and writer Eric Saward, actor Anthony Ainley, and Janet Fielding.  
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Contributions of artwork were by Ronald Binnie, Alec CharlesTony Clark, and Colin John.
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Contributions of artwork were by Ronald Binnie, Alec Charles, Tony Clark, and Colin John.
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Aggedor was a media science fiction fanzine by Alec Charles.

Published between 1982-1986, seven issues were released.

Contributors of writing included Peter Anghelides, Pam Baddeley, J.J.Bentham, Ronald Binnie, Alec Charles, John Connors, David J. Howe , John Lamb, Simon Lydiard, and John Nathan-Turner.

Fiction was contributed by Christopher John Harvard, and Jackie Marshall (Space Rat, Queen Bat), among others.

Featured interviews are with writer Johnny Bryne, script editor and writer Eric Saward, actor Anthony Ainley, and Janet Fielding.

Contributions of artwork were by Ronald Binnie, Alec Charles, Tony Clark, and Colin John.

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