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'''Handshake''' was a newsletter for Science Fiction poets edited by John Francis Haines (d. 2011) and published by Dunnock Press.  
'''Handshake''' was a newsletter for Science Fiction poets edited by John Francis Haines (d. 2011) and published by Dunnock Press.  
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''Handshake'' was published at irregular intervals in Warrington, England, UK. It was subtitled "British SF Poets' Newsletter", and was the news sheet of the Eight Hand Gang. It was created in [[Cut and Paste|cut and paste]] style, and xeroxed.  One side features news, and the other genre poems. At least 75 issues appeared.
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''Handshake'' was published at irregular intervals in Warrington, England, UK. It was subtitled "British SF Poets' Newsletter", and was the news sheet of the Eight Hand Gang, the British network of Science Fiction poets. It was created in [[Cut and Paste|cut and paste]] style, and xeroxed.  One side features news, and the other genre poems. At least 75 issues appeared.
Contributors have included Anthony Bernstein, Bruce Boston, Iestyn Bulloc, Cardinal Cox, Andrew Darlington ([[Ludd's Mill]]), Elaine Day, Peter Day, Douglas Forward, Mark Hudson, Raymond Leonard, John Light, Richard Lung, Giovanni Malito, Eric Ratcliffe, Tony Renney, Steve Sneyd ([[Data Dump]]), Geoff Stevens, Joanne Tolson, Bill West, E. Jodi Woodward, and many others.
Contributors have included Anthony Bernstein, Bruce Boston, Iestyn Bulloc, Cardinal Cox, Andrew Darlington ([[Ludd's Mill]]), Elaine Day, Peter Day, Douglas Forward, Mark Hudson, Raymond Leonard, John Light, Richard Lung, Giovanni Malito, Eric Ratcliffe, Tony Renney, Steve Sneyd ([[Data Dump]]), Geoff Stevens, Joanne Tolson, Bill West, E. Jodi Woodward, and many others.

Revision as of 20:14, 12 July 2012

Handshake was a newsletter for Science Fiction poets edited by John Francis Haines (d. 2011) and published by Dunnock Press.

Handshake was published at irregular intervals in Warrington, England, UK. It was subtitled "British SF Poets' Newsletter", and was the news sheet of the Eight Hand Gang, the British network of Science Fiction poets. It was created in cut and paste style, and xeroxed. One side features news, and the other genre poems. At least 75 issues appeared.

Contributors have included Anthony Bernstein, Bruce Boston, Iestyn Bulloc, Cardinal Cox, Andrew Darlington (Ludd's Mill), Elaine Day, Peter Day, Douglas Forward, Mark Hudson, Raymond Leonard, John Light, Richard Lung, Giovanni Malito, Eric Ratcliffe, Tony Renney, Steve Sneyd (Data Dump), Geoff Stevens, Joanne Tolson, Bill West, E. Jodi Woodward, and many others.

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