Wallbanger

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''Wallbanger'' has never been interested in science fiction because science fiction isn't why I'm here", says Eve Harvey in issue 15. She explains further, "I'm here because I like people. I want to see the world through other's eyes and sf fans do tend to expose more of their innermost feelings than other social groups..."  
''Wallbanger'' has never been interested in science fiction because science fiction isn't why I'm here", says Eve Harvey in issue 15. She explains further, "I'm here because I like people. I want to see the world through other's eyes and sf fans do tend to expose more of their innermost feelings than other social groups..."  
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''Wallbanger'' was published in the UK. The first issue was published in August 1978, and was released sporadically throughout the 1980s and 1990s.
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''Wallbanger'' was published in the UK. The first issue was published in August 1978, and was released sporadically throughout the 1980s and 1990s. Issue 16 appeared in 1997.
The first issue featured Simone Walsh ([[Seamonsters]]) interviewing Roy Kettle.
The first issue featured Simone Walsh ([[Seamonsters]]) interviewing Roy Kettle.
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Contributors of writing include David Langford ([[Ansible]]), Darroll Pardoe ([[Les Spinge]], [[Vector]]) and Lynda White.
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Contributors of writing include Irwin Hirsh ([[Thyme]]), Rhodri James, David Langford ([[Ansible]]), Darroll Pardoe ([[Les Spinge]], [[Vector]]) and Lynda White.
Contributors of art work include Rob Hansen ([[Chuch]]).
Contributors of art work include Rob Hansen ([[Chuch]]).

Revision as of 06:00, 22 November 2011

Wallbanger is a science fiction fandom fanzine by Eve Harvey.

Wallbanger has never been interested in science fiction because science fiction isn't why I'm here", says Eve Harvey in issue 15. She explains further, "I'm here because I like people. I want to see the world through other's eyes and sf fans do tend to expose more of their innermost feelings than other social groups..."

Wallbanger was published in the UK. The first issue was published in August 1978, and was released sporadically throughout the 1980s and 1990s. Issue 16 appeared in 1997.

The first issue featured Simone Walsh (Seamonsters) interviewing Roy Kettle.

Contributors of writing include Irwin Hirsh (Thyme), Rhodri James, David Langford (Ansible), Darroll Pardoe (Les Spinge, Vector) and Lynda White.

Contributors of art work include Rob Hansen (Chuch).

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