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Attitude was a science fiction fanzine edited by Michael Abbott, John Dallman and Pam Wells.

Attitude was produced in the 1990s in the UK. The first issue appeared in May 1994 and twelve issues were produced, the last in October 1997.

Writers contributing included Paul Barnett, Sandra Bond (QuasiQuote), Helen Bowles, Steve Brewster, John Clute, David Cooper, Peter Crump, Fran Dowd, Tommy Ferguson, Mary Gentle, Ann Green, Steve Green, Colin Greenland, Rob Hansen (Chuch, Pulp), Bridget Hardcastle, M. John Harrison, Irwin Hirsh (Sikander, Thyme), Andy Hooper (Apparatchik), Rhodi James, Gwyneth Jones, Jenny Jones, Karen Kelly, Linda Krawecke (Start Breaking Up), Christina Lake (Head), Dave Langford (Ansible), Jin de Liscard, Sue Mason, Catherine McAuley, Jackie McRobert, Lynne Anne Morse, Joseph Nicholas (Vector), Mark Plummer (Banana Wings), John Richards, Roger Robinson, Geoff Ryman, Allison Scott (Plokta),Pat Silver, Martin Smith, Maureen Speller, Mae Strelkov, Sue Thomason, Jim Trash, Martin Tudor (Critical Wave, Empties), Wilfred Watkins, Janet Wilkins, and Carol Willis.

Artists contributing were Jim Barker, Harry Bell (Grimwab), Sheryl Birkhead, Judith Clute, Jackie Duckhawk, Brad Foster, Tim Groome, Ian Gunn, Teddy Harvia, Dave Harwood, Dave Hicks, Steve Jeffery, Sue Mason, Joe Mayhew, Dave Mooring (Fuck The Tories), Ulrika O'Brian, William Rotsler, and Taral Wayne (DNQ). Covers were by Dan Steffan (BLAT!), and D West, among others.

Attitude won the Nova Award for Best Fanzine in 1995.

Previously, Pam Wells had been one of the co-editors of Pulp, along with Vince Clarke, Avedon Carol, Rob Hansen, and John Harvey, from 1986 to 1991, and in 1987, had published Six Shooter with Jeanne Gomoll and Linda Krawecke.

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