Honque

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(New page: '''Honque''' was a fanzine published by Norm Clarke and [[Georgina Ellis|Gina Ellis Clark in Ottawa. Ontario, Canada. The first issue was released in Fall 1964. Although it was released b...)
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The first issue was released in Fall 1964. Although it was released by science fiction fans, it could also be considered a perzine. It also included writing by [[Boyd Raeburn]].
The first issue was released in Fall 1964. Although it was released by science fiction fans, it could also be considered a perzine. It also included writing by [[Boyd Raeburn]].
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Arnie Katz write in [[Vegas Fandom Weekly]] #99 (2007);  
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Arnie Katz writes in [[Vegas Fandom Weekly]] #99 (2007);  
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''Norm Clark and Gina Ellis eidted a fanzine that made up in non-stop hilarity what it may have lacked in redined and slicj appearance. Norm's lurid tales of 'skree-honking' and the fine writing of both Gina and Boyd Raeburn guaranteed a good read, liberally punctuated by laughter.''  
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''Norm Clark and Gina Ellis edited a fanzine that made up in non-stop hilarity what it may have lacked in refined and slick appearance. Norm's lurid tales of 'skree-honking' and the fine writing of both Gina and Boyd Raeburn guaranteed a good read, liberally punctuated by laughter.''  
Five issues were released.  
Five issues were released.  

Revision as of 18:12, 22 March 2011

Honque was a fanzine published by Norm Clarke and [[Georgina Ellis|Gina Ellis Clark in Ottawa. Ontario, Canada.

The first issue was released in Fall 1964. Although it was released by science fiction fans, it could also be considered a perzine. It also included writing by Boyd Raeburn.

Arnie Katz writes in Vegas Fandom Weekly #99 (2007); Norm Clark and Gina Ellis edited a fanzine that made up in non-stop hilarity what it may have lacked in refined and slick appearance. Norm's lurid tales of 'skree-honking' and the fine writing of both Gina and Boyd Raeburn guaranteed a good read, liberally punctuated by laughter.

Five issues were released.

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