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'''Stop Breaking Down''' was a science fiction fanzine by [[Greg Pickersgill]].
 
'''Stop Breaking Down''' was a science fiction fanzine by [[Greg Pickersgill]].
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''Stop Breaking Down'' was released in the 1970s and during its time was considered a focal point fanzine of British fandom by [[Checkpoint]] zine, among others. It included articles and essays, fannish concerns, regular columns, fanzine reviews by Pickersgill and a lettercolumn.
  
 
Contributions of art work came from Harry Bell ([[Grimwab]]).
 
Contributions of art work came from Harry Bell ([[Grimwab]]).
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Contributions of writing were by Graham Charnock, Malcolm Edwards and Rob Holdstock.
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Simone Walsh (later editor of [[Seamonsters]]) produced a regular column for each issue.
  
 
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Revision as of 12:57, 1 June 2011

Stop Breaking Down was a science fiction fanzine by Greg Pickersgill.

Stop Breaking Down was released in the 1970s and during its time was considered a focal point fanzine of British fandom by Checkpoint zine, among others. It included articles and essays, fannish concerns, regular columns, fanzine reviews by Pickersgill and a lettercolumn.

Contributions of art work came from Harry Bell (Grimwab).

Contributions of writing were by Graham Charnock, Malcolm Edwards and Rob Holdstock.

Simone Walsh (later editor of Seamonsters) produced a regular column for each issue.