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'''WAHF-full''' (1979-1987) was a science fiction [[fanzine]] published in nineteen issues by Jack R. Herman in Sydney, NSW.
'''WAHF-full''' (1979-1987) was a science fiction [[fanzine]] published in nineteen issues by Jack R. Herman in Sydney, NSW.
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''WAHF-full'' included a column by Dave Langford ([[Ansible]]) Other contributors included Terry Frost.
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''WAHF-full'' included a column by Dave Langford ([[Ansible]])
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Contributors of writing included Terry Frost. Contributors of poetry included  ''Scroll The Appalling'', by Stephen Donaldson from #9, June 1982.
Contributors of art included Brad Foster.
Contributors of art included Brad Foster.
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Letters came from Richard Faulders, among others.
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Issue 12.5 was also the program book for Syncon 83, and included articles by Keith Curtis, Terry Dowling, and Jack Herman, and artwork by Marilyn Pride.
Jack Herman also published the fanzines [[Forerunner]], and [[Sweetness and Light]], among others.
Jack Herman also published the fanzines [[Forerunner]], and [[Sweetness and Light]], among others.

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WAHF-full Issue 17 1986
WAHF-full
Issue 17 1986

WAHF-full (1979-1987) was a science fiction fanzine published in nineteen issues by Jack R. Herman in Sydney, NSW.

WAHF-full included a column by Dave Langford (Ansible)

Contributors of writing included Terry Frost. Contributors of poetry included Scroll The Appalling, by Stephen Donaldson from #9, June 1982.

Contributors of art included Brad Foster.

Letters came from Richard Faulders, among others.

Issue 12.5 was also the program book for Syncon 83, and included articles by Keith Curtis, Terry Dowling, and Jack Herman, and artwork by Marilyn Pride.

Jack Herman also published the fanzines Forerunner, and Sweetness and Light, among others.

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