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'''Rot''' was a science fiction fanzine by Mal Ashworth.
 
'''Rot''' was a science fiction fanzine by Mal Ashworth.
  
''Rot'' was distributed through the [[Offtrails Magazine Publishers Association]] in the 1950s and 1960s. Issue four was released in 1960.
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''Rot'' was distributed through the [[Offtrails Magazine Publishers Association]] in the 1950s and 1960s. Issue 4 was released in 1960, and issue 5 in 1963.
  
 
Writing in [[Skyrack]], Ron Bennett reviews ''Rot'', and says, "...this magazine is chockful of examples of the famous Ashworth humour, and I have to confess, is extremely hard to review in detail, except to say, perhaps, that this is a commentary on life as seen through the Ashworth eyes."  
 
Writing in [[Skyrack]], Ron Bennett reviews ''Rot'', and says, "...this magazine is chockful of examples of the famous Ashworth humour, and I have to confess, is extremely hard to review in detail, except to say, perhaps, that this is a commentary on life as seen through the Ashworth eyes."  
  
Contributors of writing included Sid Birchby, and [[Harry Warner, Jr.]] ([[Horizons]]).
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Contributors of writing included Sid Birchby, Irene Potter (Brennschluss]]), [[Harry Warner, Jr.]] ([[Horizons]]), and Doc Weir.
  
 
Contributors of art work include [[Bill Rotsler]], and [[Arthur Thomson|ATom]] ([[The ATom Anthology]]).  
 
Contributors of art work include [[Bill Rotsler]], and [[Arthur Thomson|ATom]] ([[The ATom Anthology]]).  

Revision as of 12:44, 27 March 2012

Rot was a science fiction fanzine by Mal Ashworth.

Rot was distributed through the Offtrails Magazine Publishers Association in the 1950s and 1960s. Issue 4 was released in 1960, and issue 5 in 1963.

Writing in Skyrack, Ron Bennett reviews Rot, and says, "...this magazine is chockful of examples of the famous Ashworth humour, and I have to confess, is extremely hard to review in detail, except to say, perhaps, that this is a commentary on life as seen through the Ashworth eyes."

Contributors of writing included Sid Birchby, Irene Potter (Brennschluss]]), Harry Warner, Jr. (Horizons), and Doc Weir.

Contributors of art work include Bill Rotsler, and ATom (The ATom Anthology).