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'''Nexus''' was a science fiction fanzine by [[Peter Weston]].  
'''Nexus''' was a science fiction fanzine by [[Peter Weston]].  
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''Nexus'' was first published in the UK in June 1961.
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''Nexus'' was first published in Birmingham, in the UK, in June 1964. It was a "PADS" distributed fanzine and was included in the first mailing.
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Contributors of writing to the first issue included Archie Mercer ([[Vector]]), and [[Beryl Mercer|Beryl Henley]] ([[Link (UK)|Link]]). Contributors of artwork included Dick Howett, and [[Arthur Thomson]] ([[The ATom Anthology]]) doing the cover.
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The second issue of December 1964, featuring a cover by Dick Howett, was also distributed as a PADS fanzine but was also included with the mailing of the [[Offtrails Magazine Publishers Association]]. The subsequent issues would all be distributed through OMPA.
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Contributors to subsequent issues included Alexei Panshin, and art work by Dick Howett and Arthur Thomson.
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The 6th and last issue appeared in October 1966.
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Nexus issue 2 1964Cover art by Dick Howett
Nexus
issue 2 1964
Cover art by Dick Howett

Nexus was a science fiction fanzine by Peter Weston.

Nexus was first published in Birmingham, in the UK, in June 1964. It was a "PADS" distributed fanzine and was included in the first mailing.

Contributors of writing to the first issue included Archie Mercer (Vector), and Beryl Henley (Link). Contributors of artwork included Dick Howett, and Arthur Thomson (The ATom Anthology) doing the cover.

The second issue of December 1964, featuring a cover by Dick Howett, was also distributed as a PADS fanzine but was also included with the mailing of the Offtrails Magazine Publishers Association. The subsequent issues would all be distributed through OMPA.

Contributors to subsequent issues included Alexei Panshin, and art work by Dick Howett and Arthur Thomson.

The 6th and last issue appeared in October 1966.

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