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''Chuch'' appeared in 1986 and was published in the UK. It was a [[one shot]] fanzine. Rob Hanson has previously edited [[Epsilon]], which won the [[Nova Award for Best Fanzine]] in 1982.  
 
''Chuch'' appeared in 1986 and was published in the UK. It was a [[one shot]] fanzine. Rob Hanson has previously edited [[Epsilon]], which won the [[Nova Award for Best Fanzine]] in 1982.  
  
Contributions to ''Chuch'' included work by Jeanne Gommol ([[Janus]]); "Our Lady of Pain" by Dave Langford ([[Ansible]]); "Thank You, Girls", Christopher Priest's account of meeting two girls who dragged him and a friend to Liverpool to see The Beatles play at The Cavern in 1962, and work by Patrick Nielsen Hayden ([[Izzard]].
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Contributions to ''Chuch'' included work by Jeanne Gommol ([[Janus]]); "Our Lady of Pain" by Dave Langford ([[Ansible]]); "Thank You, Girls", Christopher Priest's account of meeting two girls who dragged him and a friend to Liverpool to see The Beatles play at The Cavern in 1962; and work by Patrick Nielsen Hayden ([[Izzard]]).
  
 
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Revision as of 16:03, 16 May 2011

Chuch was a science fiction fanzine by Avedon Carol and Rob Hansen.

Chuch appeared in 1986 and was published in the UK. It was a one shot fanzine. Rob Hanson has previously edited Epsilon, which won the Nova Award for Best Fanzine in 1982.

Contributions to Chuch included work by Jeanne Gommol (Janus); "Our Lady of Pain" by Dave Langford (Ansible); "Thank You, Girls", Christopher Priest's account of meeting two girls who dragged him and a friend to Liverpool to see The Beatles play at The Cavern in 1962; and work by Patrick Nielsen Hayden (Izzard).

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