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'''Mota''' is a science fiction fanzine by Terry Hughes (d. November 14, 2001).
'''Mota''' is a science fiction fanzine by Terry Hughes (d. November 14, 2001).
''Mota'' was published in Columbia, Missouri, U.S.A. in the 1970s, beginning in 1971 and ending, after 31 issues, in May 1980.  
''Mota'' was published in Columbia, Missouri, U.S.A. in the 1970s, beginning in 1971 and ending, after 31 issues, in May 1980.  
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[[Greg Pickersgill]], in [[Stop Breaking Down]] #1, writes; "This is a read departure for me; never before have I reviewed an America fanzine, and truthfully I don't knw whether I'm actually doing so now as MOTA is so good I wish it was British,,,In fact it's the fannish fanzine par excellance..."
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[[Greg Pickersgill]], in [[Stop Breaking Down]] #1, writes; "This is a real departure for me; never before have I reviewed an America fanzine, and truthfully I don't knw whether I'm actually doing so now as MOTA is so good I wish it was British...In fact it's the fannish fanzine par excellance..."
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Contributors of art work included Harry Bell ([[Grimwab]]), Grant Canfield, Rob Hansen ([[Chuch]]), [[Bill Rotsler]], Dan Steffan ([[Boonfark]]), Steve Stiles, and Reed Waller.  
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Contributors of art work included Jim Barker, Harry Bell ([[Grimwab]]), Grant Canfield, Rob Hansen ([[Chuch]]), [[Bill Rotsler]], Dan Steffan ([[Boonfark]]), Steve Stiles, and Reed Waller.  
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Contributors of articles included Eric Bentcliffe, John Brosnan,  Gary Deindorfer, Paul di Filippo, [[Lee Hoffman]] ([[Quandry]], [[Science Fiction Five Yearly]]), Tom Perry ([[Quark (Tom Perry)|Quark]]), [[Boyd Raeburn]] ([[A Bas]], [[Queebshots]]), Peter Roberts, Bob Shaw, [[Harry Warner, Jr.]] ([[Horizons]]), and James White ([[Slant]].  
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Contributors of articles included Eric Bentcliffe, John Brosnan,  Gary Deindorfer, Paul Di Filippo, [[Lee Hoffman]] ([[Quandry]], [[Science Fiction Five Yearly]]), Tom Perry ([[Quark (Tom Perry)|Quark]]), [[Boyd Raeburn]] ([[A Bas]], [[Queebshots]]), Peter Roberts, Bob Shaw, [[Harry Warner, Jr.]] ([[Horizons]]), and James White ([[Slant]].  
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Letters came from Robert Bloch, Norm Clarke ([[Honque]], [[Queebshots]]), Malcolm Edwards, Mike Glicksohn ([[Energumen]]), Chuch Harris, Leroy Kettle, David Langford ([[Ansible]]), and Bob Tucker ([[Le Zombie]]), among others.
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Letters came from Robert Bloch, Norm Clarke ([[Honque]], [[Queebshots]]), Gary Deindorfer, Malcolm Edwards, Mike Glicksohn ([[Energumen]]), Chuch Harris, Leroy Kettle, David Langford ([[Ansible]]), Tom Perry, [[Bill Rotsler]], and Bob Tucker ([[Le Zombie]]), among others.
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Terry Hughes was also one of the editors of [[Science Fiction Five Yearly]], and went on to co-publish [[Fuck The Tories]] in the 1980s.
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Revision as of 05:39, 1 August 2013

Mota is a science fiction fanzine by Terry Hughes (d. November 14, 2001).

Mota was published in Columbia, Missouri, U.S.A. in the 1970s, beginning in 1971 and ending, after 31 issues, in May 1980.

Greg Pickersgill, in Stop Breaking Down #1, writes; "This is a real departure for me; never before have I reviewed an America fanzine, and truthfully I don't knw whether I'm actually doing so now as MOTA is so good I wish it was British...In fact it's the fannish fanzine par excellance..."

Contributors of art work included Jim Barker, Harry Bell (Grimwab), Grant Canfield, Rob Hansen (Chuch), Bill Rotsler, Dan Steffan (Boonfark), Steve Stiles, and Reed Waller.

Contributors of articles included Eric Bentcliffe, John Brosnan, Gary Deindorfer, Paul Di Filippo, Lee Hoffman (Quandry, Science Fiction Five Yearly), Tom Perry (Quark), Boyd Raeburn (A Bas, Queebshots), Peter Roberts, Bob Shaw, Harry Warner, Jr. (Horizons), and James White (Slant.

Letters came from Robert Bloch, Norm Clarke (Honque, Queebshots), Gary Deindorfer, Malcolm Edwards, Mike Glicksohn (Energumen), Chuch Harris, Leroy Kettle, David Langford (Ansible), Tom Perry, Bill Rotsler, and Bob Tucker (Le Zombie), among others.

Terry Hughes was also one of the editors of Science Fiction Five Yearly, and went on to co-publish Fuck The Tories in the 1980s.

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