E2PMI

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'''e2PMI''' started in August 2010 as a monthly zine and is available at  Radio-SF and is listed at efanzines.
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'''e2PMI''' was a monthly zine edited by [[Robert Hole]], and is available at  Radio-SF and is listed at efanzines.
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It features an events calender, upcoming book and movie listings, and reviews, along with original and reprint essays, poetry and fiction.
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[[Lloyd Penney]], writing in the March issue of [[Askance]], says of the title, "I've asked what it refers to, and I am sure that editor Robert Hole will tell me one of these days."
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As of January 2011 it is available in both pdf and ePub formats.
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It was first published in August 2010. is still available in both pdf and ePub formats, although the final issue was released July 2011.
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Staff includes general editor: [[Robert Hole]], Fiction Maven: "Kelly" [[Jude-Marie Green]], Art Kachina: "Mo" [[Maurine Starkey]] and Domestic Diva: [[Ellen Hole]].
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''e2PMI'' featured book reviews, fiction and non-fiction, articles, essays, recipes, book news, convention reports and news, and other events.
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Staff included general editor, Robert Hole; Fiction Maven, "Kelly" Jude-Marie Green; Art Kachina: "Mo" Maurine Starkey; and Domestic Diva: Ellen Hole.
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e2PMI was a monthly zine edited by Robert Hole, and is available at Radio-SF and is listed at efanzines.

Lloyd Penney, writing in the March issue of Askance, says of the title, "I've asked what it refers to, and I am sure that editor Robert Hole will tell me one of these days."

It was first published in August 2010. is still available in both pdf and ePub formats, although the final issue was released July 2011.

e2PMI featured book reviews, fiction and non-fiction, articles, essays, recipes, book news, convention reports and news, and other events.

Staff included general editor, Robert Hole; Fiction Maven, "Kelly" Jude-Marie Green; Art Kachina: "Mo" Maurine Starkey; and Domestic Diva: Ellen Hole.

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