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The first issue of ''Lip'' was published June 1986, with #2 following in June 1987, and #3 in March 1988, #4 in September of the same year, and #5 in March 1989. Issue 6 was published in 1991.  
 
The first issue of ''Lip'' was published June 1986, with #2 following in June 1987, and #3 in March 1988, #4 in September of the same year, and #5 in March 1989. Issue 6 was published in 1991.  
  
Contributions included "Under The Lid" by Dave Langford, editor of  [[Ansible]], and  "Work In Progress", in issues 4 and 6, by [[Harry Turner]], editor of the fanzines [[Zenith]] and [[Now & Then]]. Other contributors included Simon Ounsley.
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Contributions included "Under The Lid" by Dave Langford, editor of  [[Ansible]], and  "Work In Progress", in issues 4 and 6, by [[Harry Turner]], editor of the fanzines [[Zenith]] and [[Now & Then]]. Other contributors included Simon Ounsley ([[Lagoon]]).
  
Letters came from Dave Langford, among others
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Letters came from Dave Langford, among others.
  
 
''Lip'' won the [[Nova Award for Best Fanzine]] in 1987 and 1988.
 
''Lip'' won the [[Nova Award for Best Fanzine]] in 1987 and 1988.

Latest revision as of 10:53, 23 February 2012

Lip was a science fiction fanzine by Hazel Ashworth.

The first issue of Lip was published June 1986, with #2 following in June 1987, and #3 in March 1988, #4 in September of the same year, and #5 in March 1989. Issue 6 was published in 1991.

Contributions included "Under The Lid" by Dave Langford, editor of Ansible, and "Work In Progress", in issues 4 and 6, by Harry Turner, editor of the fanzines Zenith and Now & Then. Other contributors included Simon Ounsley (Lagoon).

Letters came from Dave Langford, among others.

Lip won the Nova Award for Best Fanzine in 1987 and 1988.

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