Ludd's Mill

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It began life as a community alternative and was 'rescued' by Darlington and poet Steve Sneyd, later editor of [[Data Dump]]. It was released in the 1970s in the UK.  
It began life as a community alternative and was 'rescued' by Darlington and poet Steve Sneyd, later editor of [[Data Dump]]. It was released in the 1970s in the UK.  
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''Ludd's Mill'' featured articles on various aspects of alternative and counter culture, including Mark Mothersbaugh, Bix Neiderbeckem and so on.  
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The article "DIY'ing in the Bedroom - Yorkshire's Fanzines", from ''Ayup! Magazine'', says, "Ludd's Mill, from Ossett, was an intelligent 'zine, the brain child of Andrew Darlington."
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Also featured were writers such as Barrington J. Bayley.
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''Ludd's Mill'' featured articles on various aspects of alternative and counter culture, including music, books, and poetry and musicians such as Mark Mothersbaugh, Bix Neiderbeckem, among others.
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Also featured were writers such as Barrington J. Bayley and poet P.E. Presford.
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Revision as of 21:20, 25 September 2011

Ludd's Mill was a fanzine edited by Andrew Darlington.

It began life as a community alternative and was 'rescued' by Darlington and poet Steve Sneyd, later editor of Data Dump. It was released in the 1970s in the UK.

The article "DIY'ing in the Bedroom - Yorkshire's Fanzines", from Ayup! Magazine, says, "Ludd's Mill, from Ossett, was an intelligent 'zine, the brain child of Andrew Darlington."

Ludd's Mill featured articles on various aspects of alternative and counter culture, including music, books, and poetry and musicians such as Mark Mothersbaugh, Bix Neiderbeckem, among others.

Also featured were writers such as Barrington J. Bayley and poet P.E. Presford.

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