Vague

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Contributors to Vague have included the musician Mark Stewart and cult author Stewart Home.
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Tom Vague continues to publish books and [[pamphlets]] in the 2000s, covering local history, 70s urban terrorism and UK Situationist group King Mob.
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Tom Vague continues to publish books and [[Pamphleteer|pamphlets]] in the 2000s, covering local history, 70s urban terrorism and UK Situationist group King Mob.
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Vague was published by Tom Vague in the 1980s onwards.

It began life as a better than average music zine covering post punks acts such as Adam and The Ants (before they signed to a major label), Crass, etc and observations on the scene around Salisbury where Tom lived.

Vague was the first UK music fanzine to be published with a spine, and later editions expanded the remit to include psychogeography, conspiracy theories, Psychic TV, situationist theory and a whole heap more.

Contributors to Vague have included the musician Mark Stewart and cult author Stewart Home.

Tom Vague continues to publish books and pamphlets in the 2000s, covering local history, 70s urban terrorism and UK Situationist group King Mob.

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