Calaban

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''Calaban'' was produced by Cartismandua Press and printed in Kingshurst, Birmingham, UK, in the 1980s. It featured speculative fiction and poetry.  
''Calaban'' was produced by Cartismandua Press and printed in Kingshurst, Birmingham, UK, in the 1980s. It featured speculative fiction and poetry.  
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The first issue appeared in late 1982. Issue one included three poems by [[Steve Green]]; ''Dawn'', ''Still'', and ''Elegy Written In A Plastic Graveyard''. Issue two, released in June 1983, featured four poems by Steve Sneyd ([[Data Dump]]). Issue three featured the poems ''Twilight Times: For The Women Of Greenham Common'' by Carlton C. Allen;  ''Moralities'' by Steve Green; and ''Waiting Room'' by Steve Urbanski.  
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The first issue appeared in late 1982. Issue one included three poems by [[Steve Green]]; ''Dawn'', ''Still'', and ''Elegy Written In A Plastic Graveyard''. Issue two, released in June 1983, featured four poems by Steve Sneyd ([[Data Dump]]). Issue three, from April 1984,  featured the poems ''Twilight Times: For The Women Of Greenham Common'' by Carlton C. Allen;  ''Moralities'' by Steve Green; and ''Waiting Room'' by Steve Urbanski.  
Letters came from Ian Byers, among others.  
Letters came from Ian Byers, among others.  

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Calaban was a science fiction fanzine by Eunice Pearson.

Calaban was produced by Cartismandua Press and printed in Kingshurst, Birmingham, UK, in the 1980s. It featured speculative fiction and poetry.

The first issue appeared in late 1982. Issue one included three poems by Steve Green; Dawn, Still, and Elegy Written In A Plastic Graveyard. Issue two, released in June 1983, featured four poems by Steve Sneyd (Data Dump). Issue three, from April 1984, featured the poems Twilight Times: For The Women Of Greenham Common by Carlton C. Allen; Moralities by Steve Green; and Waiting Room by Steve Urbanski.

Letters came from Ian Byers, among others.

Eunice Pearson also published one issue of the fanzine Gloria Mundi.

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