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'''Link''' is a fanzine by Beryl Henley and Mary Reed, published in the UK.
'''Link''' is a fanzine by Beryl Henley and Mary Reed, published in the UK.
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''Link'' was distributed via PADS, as an [[apazine]] for the British Science Fiction Association.
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''Link'' was distributed via PADS, as an [[apazine]] for the British Science Fiction Association. The first issue was co-edited by Beryl Henley, Mary Reed and Anne Campbell and appeared in 1964.
This was Beryl Henley's first fanzine. Later, under her married name Beryl Mercer, she continued publishing and contributing to zines and was active in the science fiction fandom scene of the 1960s.  
This was Beryl Henley's first fanzine. Later, under her married name Beryl Mercer, she continued publishing and contributing to zines and was active in the science fiction fandom scene of the 1960s.  
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Revision as of 00:48, 22 March 2011

Link is a fanzine by Beryl Henley and Mary Reed, published in the UK.

Link was distributed via PADS, as an apazine for the British Science Fiction Association. The first issue was co-edited by Beryl Henley, Mary Reed and Anne Campbell and appeared in 1964.

This was Beryl Henley's first fanzine. Later, under her married name Beryl Mercer, she continued publishing and contributing to zines and was active in the science fiction fandom scene of the 1960s.

It was also Mary Reed's first fanzine, and she would go on to publish Crabapple.

Link included the first of Mary Reed's "Tribe X" stories, which were early 'fan-fiction' incorporating herself and her friends under pseudonyms interacting with various famous rock stars.

Artwork and cover was contributed by Mike Higgs of the Birmingham SF Group.

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