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'''The Purple Hours''' was a one-issue-only poetry zine edited by Lisa Conesa and published in 1974 in Manchester, England, UK.
 
'''The Purple Hours''' was a one-issue-only poetry zine edited by Lisa Conesa and published in 1974 in Manchester, England, UK.
  
Poets include Brian W. Aldiss, B.L. Ballard, John Brunner, Robert Calvert, Lisa Conesa, Gerald England, Chris Fowler, James Goddard, John Neilsen Hall, Judith Ann Lawrence, Michael D. Lindeman, Michael Moorcock ([[A Fanzine Called Eustace]], [[Typo]]), John Nicholas ([[Vector]]), Ritchie Smith, F.G. Smallmount, and Steve Sneyd ([[Data Dump]]).
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Poets include Brian W. Aldiss, B.L. Ballard, John Brunner, Robert Calvert, Lisa Conesa, Gerald England, Christopher Fowler ([[Vector]]), James Goddard, John Neilsen Hall, Judith Ann Lawrence, Michael D. Lindeman, Michael Moorcock ([[A Fanzine Called Eustace]], [[Typo]]), John Nicholas ([[Vector]]), Ritchie Smith, F.G. Smallmount, and Steve Sneyd ([[Data Dump]]).
  
 
Illustrations are by [[Arthur Thomson]] ([[The ATom Anthology]]) and [[Harry Turner]] ([[Zenith]], [[Now & Then]]), with a cover design by Harry Turner.
 
Illustrations are by [[Arthur Thomson]] ([[The ATom Anthology]]) and [[Harry Turner]] ([[Zenith]], [[Now & Then]]), with a cover design by Harry Turner.
  
Lisa Conesa also published the fanzines [[Gambit]], [[Iseult]], and [[Zimri]], which won the [[Nova Award for Best Fanzine]] in 1974.
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Lisa Conesa also published the fanzines [[Gambit (UK)|Gambit]], [[Iseult]], and [[Zimri]], which won the [[Nova Award for Best Fanzine]] in 1974.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 21:19, 21 August 2012

The Purple Hours
1974
Cover designed by Harry Turner

The Purple Hours was a one-issue-only poetry zine edited by Lisa Conesa and published in 1974 in Manchester, England, UK.

Poets include Brian W. Aldiss, B.L. Ballard, John Brunner, Robert Calvert, Lisa Conesa, Gerald England, Christopher Fowler (Vector), James Goddard, John Neilsen Hall, Judith Ann Lawrence, Michael D. Lindeman, Michael Moorcock (A Fanzine Called Eustace, Typo), John Nicholas (Vector), Ritchie Smith, F.G. Smallmount, and Steve Sneyd (Data Dump).

Illustrations are by Arthur Thomson (The ATom Anthology) and Harry Turner (Zenith, Now & Then), with a cover design by Harry Turner.

Lisa Conesa also published the fanzines Gambit, Iseult, and Zimri, which won the Nova Award for Best Fanzine in 1974.

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