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'''Martin Tudor''' (born 1959) is a British fanzine editor, writer and convention organiser.
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[[Image:Martin Tudor - 1984.jpg|frame|Martin Tudor in Birmingham, 1984 (photograph by Ann Green)]]
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[[Image:Martin Tudor - N34.jpg|frame|Martin Tudor circa 2004 (from the Novacon 34 programme book, photographer unknown)]]
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'''Martin Tudor''' (born Belfast, December 1959) is a British [[fanzine]] editor, writer and convention organiser.
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His general-distribution fanzines include ''[[Empties]]'' (which began its life as an [[Amateur Press Association|apazine]], distributed via Apa-B) and ''[[Critical Wave]]'' (1987-1996, with [[Steve Green]]). Tudor's dispatches from the United States during his 1996 TransAtlantic Fan Fund trip were later collated as ''Have Bag, Will Travel''; earlier fanzine articles had previously been collected by Bernie Evans as ''The Tudor Dynasty'', sold to raise money for TAFF. During his term as the fund's administrator, its newsletter adopted the title ''Tafflon Tudor''.
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In late 2008, Tudor and Green decided to relaunch ''Critical Wave'' as an online newszine.
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===Zines===
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*[[Brum Group News]]
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*[[Critical Wave]]
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*[[Empties]]
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*[[Have Bag Will Travel]]
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*[[Tafflon Tudor]]
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*[[The Tudor Dynasty]]
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===Contributions===
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*[[Easter Wine]]
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His general-distribution fanzines include ''[[Empties]]'' (which began its life as an apazine, distributed via Apa-B) and ''[[Critical Wave]]'' (with [[Steve Green]]). Tudor's dispatches from the United States during his 1996 TransAtlantic Fan Fund trip were later collated as ''[[Have Bag, Will Travel]]''; earlier fanzine articles had previously been collected by Bernie Evans for ''[[The Tudor Dynasty]]'', sold to raise money for TAFF. During his term as TAFF administrator, the bursary's newsletter adopted the title ''[[Teflon Tudor]]'', a reference to Green's nickname for him.
 
==External Links==
==External Links==
* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martin_Tudor_%28science_fiction_activist%29 Wikipedia entry on Martin Tudor]
* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martin_Tudor_%28science_fiction_activist%29 Wikipedia entry on Martin Tudor]
* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Critical_Wave Wikipedia entry on ''Critical Wave'']
* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Critical_Wave Wikipedia entry on ''Critical Wave'']
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[[Category:Zinester|Tudor, Martin]] [[Category:UK Zinesters|Tudor, Martin]]

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Martin Tudor in Birmingham, 1984 (photograph by Ann Green)
Martin Tudor in Birmingham, 1984 (photograph by Ann Green)
Martin Tudor circa 2004 (from the Novacon 34 programme book, photographer unknown)
Martin Tudor circa 2004 (from the Novacon 34 programme book, photographer unknown)

Martin Tudor (born Belfast, December 1959) is a British fanzine editor, writer and convention organiser.

His general-distribution fanzines include Empties (which began its life as an apazine, distributed via Apa-B) and Critical Wave (1987-1996, with Steve Green). Tudor's dispatches from the United States during his 1996 TransAtlantic Fan Fund trip were later collated as Have Bag, Will Travel; earlier fanzine articles had previously been collected by Bernie Evans as The Tudor Dynasty, sold to raise money for TAFF. During his term as the fund's administrator, its newsletter adopted the title Tafflon Tudor.

In late 2008, Tudor and Green decided to relaunch Critical Wave as an online newszine.

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