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The first issue was produced immediately upon Green's return from the 1997 Eastercon (the UK's national SF convention) and displayed a deliberately provocative slant on the state of British fandom. The second, produced several months later, was largely composed of feedback. The heated nature of the debate led to ''Railings'' being described as a "''focal point'' fanzine".
 
The first issue was produced immediately upon Green's return from the 1997 Eastercon (the UK's national SF convention) and displayed a deliberately provocative slant on the state of British fandom. The second, produced several months later, was largely composed of feedback. The heated nature of the debate led to ''Railings'' being described as a "''focal point'' fanzine".
  
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Latest revision as of 14:02, 24 January 2008

Railings was a 1997 fanzine edited by Steve Green.

The first issue was produced immediately upon Green's return from the 1997 Eastercon (the UK's national SF convention) and displayed a deliberately provocative slant on the state of British fandom. The second, produced several months later, was largely composed of feedback. The heated nature of the debate led to Railings being described as a "focal point fanzine".