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''Scottishe'' was first released in 1955 and ran for more than 25 years, with more than 80 issues appearing.
''Scottishe'' was first released in 1955 and ran for more than 25 years, with more than 80 issues appearing.
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Contributors of writing included Robert Block, John Brunner, Ken Bulmer, Robert Coulson ([[Yandro]]), Richard E. Geis, Helen Highwater, Terry Jeeves, Jim Linwood,  Eric Needham, Andy Offut, Joe Patrizio, Ken Potter, Bob Shaw, Brian Varley, Frances Varley, [[Harry Warner, Jr.]] ([[Horizons]]),  and [[Walt Willis]] ([[Slant]]) wrote a column every issue called "Warblings".
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Contributors of writing included Robert Block, John Brunner, Ken Bulmer ([[Science Fantasy News]]), Robert Coulson ([[Yandro]]), Richard E. Geis, Helen Highwater, Terry Jeeves, Jim Linwood,  Eric Needham, Andy Offut, Joe Patrizio, Ken Potter, Bob Shaw, Brian Varley, Frances Varley, [[Harry Warner, Jr.]] ([[Horizons]]),  and [[Walt Willis]] ([[Slant]]) wrote a column every issue called "Warblings".
Art work was contributed by [[Arthur Thomson]] ([[The ATom Anthology]]).
Art work was contributed by [[Arthur Thomson]] ([[The ATom Anthology]]).

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Scottishe
Scottishe

Scottishe was a science fiction fandom fanzine by Ethel Lindsay published in Surrey, England.

Scottishe was first released in 1955 and ran for more than 25 years, with more than 80 issues appearing.

Contributors of writing included Robert Block, John Brunner, Ken Bulmer (Science Fantasy News), Robert Coulson (Yandro), Richard E. Geis, Helen Highwater, Terry Jeeves, Jim Linwood, Eric Needham, Andy Offut, Joe Patrizio, Ken Potter, Bob Shaw, Brian Varley, Frances Varley, Harry Warner, Jr. (Horizons), and Walt Willis (Slant) wrote a column every issue called "Warblings".

Art work was contributed by Arthur Thomson (The ATom Anthology).

The letters column in Scottishe is cited as a forum where real discussions happened. Letters came from Brian Aldiss, Archie Mercer, Darroll Pardoe, Chris Priest, and many others.

For a period of time Scottishe was distributed by OMPA.

Ethel Lindsay also published The Lindsay Report.

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