Start Breaking Up

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'''Start Breaking Up''' is a science fiction fanzine by Chris Atkinson and Linda Krawecke (formerly Karrh-Pickersgill) published in the UK,.
'''Start Breaking Up''' is a science fiction fanzine by Chris Atkinson and Linda Krawecke (formerly Karrh-Pickersgill) published in the UK,.
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The title of this fanzine is a reference to [[Stop Breaking Down]], and initially, ''Start Breaking Up''  was conceived of when Linda Krawcke and Chris Atkinson grew tired of waiting for their articles,  written for the original run of ''Stop Breaking Down'',  to appear in print.  The first issue of ''Start Breaking Up'' appeared in 1981.  
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The title of this fanzine is a reference to [[Stop Breaking Down]], and initially, ''Start Breaking Up''  was conceived of when Linda Krawcke and Chris Atkinson grew tired of waiting for their articles,  written for the original run of ''Stop Breaking Down'',  to appear in print.  The first issue of ''Start Breaking Up'' appeared in October, 1981.  
However, ''Start Breaking Up'' continued to be released and was soon publishing new, original material. 10 issues of the title came out.
However, ''Start Breaking Up'' continued to be released and was soon publishing new, original material. 10 issues of the title came out.

Revision as of 04:32, 9 June 2011

Start Breaking Up is a science fiction fanzine by Chris Atkinson and Linda Krawecke (formerly Karrh-Pickersgill) published in the UK,.

The title of this fanzine is a reference to Stop Breaking Down, and initially, Start Breaking Up was conceived of when Linda Krawcke and Chris Atkinson grew tired of waiting for their articles, written for the original run of Stop Breaking Down, to appear in print. The first issue of Start Breaking Up appeared in October, 1981.

However, Start Breaking Up continued to be released and was soon publishing new, original material. 10 issues of the title came out.

Other contributions included "A Day Of Lies" by Chris Evans.

Start Breaking Up won the Ansible Reader's Poll Award for Best Single Issue of a Fanzine in 1981. The same year Chris Atkinson won the Ansible Reader's Poll Award for Best Fanwriter.

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