Rosemary Pardoe

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In the 1970s, Rosemary Pardoe had co-founded the British Fantasy Society and was in charge of the Fanzine Library. [[Wark]] developed out of the Fanzine Library's newsletter, and specialized in reviewing fantasy, horror, and supernatural small press publications, also occasionally covering comic zines and fringe and Fortean publications,  articles by science fiction writers, and fanzine publishers. The first issue of ''Wark'' was published in the UK in October 1974. Rosemary Pardoe published 14 issues, with ''Wark'' continuing to appear till the end of the 1970s. ''The Wark Annual'' appeared in 1980.
In the 1970s, Rosemary Pardoe had co-founded the British Fantasy Society and was in charge of the Fanzine Library. [[Wark]] developed out of the Fanzine Library's newsletter, and specialized in reviewing fantasy, horror, and supernatural small press publications, also occasionally covering comic zines and fringe and Fortean publications,  articles by science fiction writers, and fanzine publishers. The first issue of ''Wark'' was published in the UK in October 1974. Rosemary Pardoe published 14 issues, with ''Wark'' continuing to appear till the end of the 1970s. ''The Wark Annual'' appeared in 1980.
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[[Ghosts & Scholars]] followed ''Wark'', with the first issue appeared in 1979. 33 issues were released, the last in 2001. It was a literary zine devoted to horror and supernatural literature and featured essays, articles, fiction, art work, and letters of comment.
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Revision as of 19:29, 16 July 2012

Rosemary Pardoe is a writer and zine editor.

Rosemary Pardoe's first fanzine experience came when Ken Cheslin and Dave Hale handed their fanzine Les Spinge over to Darroll Pardoe and Rosemary Pardoe to edit in 1965. Les Spinge was published in the UK, with the first issue appearing in September 1959. The first six issues had been released by Ken Cheslin. Dave Hale assumed editorship with issue 7 with Ken Cheslin as publisher, and released 7 more issues: 36 issues were published in total, with the final issue appearing in December 1979.

In the 1970s, Rosemary Pardoe had co-founded the British Fantasy Society and was in charge of the Fanzine Library. Wark developed out of the Fanzine Library's newsletter, and specialized in reviewing fantasy, horror, and supernatural small press publications, also occasionally covering comic zines and fringe and Fortean publications, articles by science fiction writers, and fanzine publishers. The first issue of Wark was published in the UK in October 1974. Rosemary Pardoe published 14 issues, with Wark continuing to appear till the end of the 1970s. The Wark Annual appeared in 1980.

Ghosts & Scholars followed Wark, with the first issue appeared in 1979. 33 issues were released, the last in 2001. It was a literary zine devoted to horror and supernatural literature and featured essays, articles, fiction, art work, and letters of comment.

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