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Launched as an [[apazine]] in June 1983 (distributed via Apa-B), it subsequently became a general distribution anthology. Many of the later issues had set themes.
 
Launched as an [[apazine]] in June 1983 (distributed via Apa-B), it subsequently became a general distribution anthology. Many of the later issues had set themes.
  
Contributions included Lillian Edwards ( a reprint from ''The Woman's Periodical''),  Ahrvid Engholm on Swedish Fandom, [[Steve Green]] with fanzine reviews, Judith Hanna ([[Fuck The Tories]]) on politics, Lucy Huntzinger with a report on Mexicon, Ken Lake on Mexicon, Helen McNab, Maureen Porter on bellringing, and Paul Vincent on Dungeons and Dragons.
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Contributions included Lillian Edwards ( a reprint from ''The Woman's Periodical''),  Ahrvid Engholm on Swedish Fandom, [[Steve Green]] with fanzine reviews, Judith Hanna ([[Fuck The Tories]]) on politics, Lucy Huntzinger ([[Dear Rude Bitch]]) with a report on Mexicon, Ken Lake on Mexicon, Helen McNab, Maureen Porter on bellringing, and Paul Vincent on Dungeons and Dragons.
  
 
Tudor's most recent issue (#17) was released in August 1996, but it's possible he may resume publication.
 
Tudor's most recent issue (#17) was released in August 1996, but it's possible he may resume publication.

Revision as of 22:43, 8 June 2011

Empties was a British fanzine edited by Martin Tudor.

Launched as an apazine in June 1983 (distributed via Apa-B), it subsequently became a general distribution anthology. Many of the later issues had set themes.

Contributions included Lillian Edwards ( a reprint from The Woman's Periodical), Ahrvid Engholm on Swedish Fandom, Steve Green with fanzine reviews, Judith Hanna (Fuck The Tories) on politics, Lucy Huntzinger (Dear Rude Bitch) with a report on Mexicon, Ken Lake on Mexicon, Helen McNab, Maureen Porter on bellringing, and Paul Vincent on Dungeons and Dragons.

Tudor's most recent issue (#17) was released in August 1996, but it's possible he may resume publication.

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