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"He Had To Go 4 It - #4" – The Greys Cricket Club Year Book 1996

And here’s the final one, the 4th, this time from 1996 and it can be viewed by clicking on an image below to then click through the pages, or you can download the full PDF (higher resolution) from the link below. 48 more words

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“He Had To Go Free - #3″ – The Greys Cricket Club Year Book 1995

Here’s the 3rd fanzine in the series…they seem to get longer each year…The fanzine can be viewed by clicking on an image below to then click through the pages, or you can download the full PDF (higher resolution) from the link below. 45 more words

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“HE HAD TO GO #2″ – The 2nd Greys Quintannual Year Book 1994

Here’s the 2nd edition of “He Had To Go”, originally published in 1994 (5 years after the first edition). Again, thanks goes to David “Smudge” Smith for his secretarial efforts to get this publishable.  75 more words

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"He Had To Go #1" - A review of an OK-ish sort of season 1989

Here is the first ever Mighty Greys fanzine – “He Had To Go – A review of an OK-ish sort of season”, published way back in 1989 by the early forefathers of the club. 110 more words

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Antojitos

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E-Book Launch "Typewriter SOS: The DIY Guide to Fixing Common Problems with Manual Typewriters"

This essential 45 Page E-book has been made to help the sea of people who bought a typewriter from a charity shop and for some reason it has stopped working and the only people who know how to fix it are either retired, dead, or live really far away.If this is you, don’t worry help is here. 533 more words

Artist Robert E. Gilbert (REG)

Robert E. Gilbert, who signed his work REG, was arguably the most prolific and popular illustrator of SF fanzines in the 1960s. His covers and interior illos were nearly ubiquitous, particularly in midwestern and southern zines. 920 more words

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