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''Thingumybob'' was published in the 1990s. In was a 'gen' zine, in other words 'general interest', although most of the contributors came from the science fiction fanzine scene. Issue 5 appearad in 1992, and #7 came out in 1993; issues 11 and 12 appeared in 1994, and #15 in 1996.  
 
''Thingumybob'' was published in the 1990s. In was a 'gen' zine, in other words 'general interest', although most of the contributors came from the science fiction fanzine scene. Issue 5 appearad in 1992, and #7 came out in 1993; issues 11 and 12 appeared in 1994, and #15 in 1996.  
  
Contributors of artwork included Cathy Easthope, [[Ann Green]] ([[Ormolu]]),  [[Harry Turner]] ([[Zenith]], [[Now & Then]]), and Leslie Ward ([[Domble In The Works]]).
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Contributors of artwork included Cathy Easthope, [[Ann Green]] ([[Ormolu]], [[Thunderbox]]),  [[Harry Turner]] ([[Zenith]], [[Now & Then]]), and Leslie Ward ([[Domble In The Works]]).
  
 
Contributors of writing included Jane Carnell, Jenny Glover ([[Maverick]]), Ann Green, Caroline Mullan ([[The Mirror Cracked]]), Pat Silver, and Harry Turner.
 
Contributors of writing included Jane Carnell, Jenny Glover ([[Maverick]]), Ann Green, Caroline Mullan ([[The Mirror Cracked]]), Pat Silver, and Harry Turner.

Revision as of 16:08, 20 November 2011

Thingumybob was a fanzine by Chuck Connor.

Thingumybob was published in the 1990s. In was a 'gen' zine, in other words 'general interest', although most of the contributors came from the science fiction fanzine scene. Issue 5 appearad in 1992, and #7 came out in 1993; issues 11 and 12 appeared in 1994, and #15 in 1996.

Contributors of artwork included Cathy Easthope, Ann Green (Ormolu, Thunderbox), Harry Turner (Zenith, Now & Then), and Leslie Ward (Domble In The Works).

Contributors of writing included Jane Carnell, Jenny Glover (Maverick), Ann Green, Caroline Mullan (The Mirror Cracked), Pat Silver, and Harry Turner.

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