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[[Image:Ansible 13 (1980).jpg|frame|''Ansible #13'', published November 1980 (logo designed by Taral)]]
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'''''Ansible''''' is an award-winning British newszine edited by [[Dave Langford]], taking its title from a communications device in Ursula K LeGuin's 1966 science fiction novel ''Rocannon's World''.
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'''''Ansible''''' is an award-winning British newszine edited by [[Dave Langford]], taking its title from a communications device featured in Ursula K LeGuin's 1966 science fiction novel ''Rocannon's World''.
The first series (50 issues) ran from August 1979 until August/September 1987; it was relaunched in October 1991 (resuming the original numbering) and currently appears monthly, usually on the first Thursday (issue #245 appeared in December 2007). Although a limited quantity of hardcopies are distributed, most readers use the online version.
The first series (50 issues) ran from August 1979 until August/September 1987; it was relaunched in October 1991 (resuming the original numbering) and currently appears monthly, usually on the first Thursday (issue #245 appeared in December 2007). Although a limited quantity of hardcopies are distributed, most readers use the online version.

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Image:Ansible 13 (1980).jpg
Ansible #13, published November 1980 (logo designed by Taral)

Ansible is an award-winning British newszine edited by Dave Langford, taking its title from a communications device featured in Ursula K LeGuin's 1966 science fiction novel Rocannon's World.

The first series (50 issues) ran from August 1979 until August/September 1987; it was relaunched in October 1991 (resuming the original numbering) and currently appears monthly, usually on the first Thursday (issue #245 appeared in December 2007). Although a limited quantity of hardcopies are distributed, most readers use the online version.

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