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Issue 2 August 1986
Cover art by ATom
Caption: "Don't you just hate living in these glass houses?"

Pulp is a British fanzine with a rotating editorship.

Editors have included Vince Clarke, Avedon Carol, Rob Hansen, John Harvey, and Pam Wells. Nineteen issues were published between 1986 and 1991.

The first issue appeared in June 1986, featuring a cover by ATom, and was edited by Pam Wells.

Issue 2 was released in August 1986, and edited by Vince Clarke, also featuring an ATom cover.

Issue 3, from November 1986, was edited by Avedon Carol and Rob Hansen.

Issue 4, Spring 1987, was edited by Pam Wells; #5, Summer 1987, by Vince Clarke; #6, November 1987, by Avedon Carol and Rob Hansen; #7, February 1988, by John Harvey; #8, April 1988, by Vince Clarke; #9, July 1988, by Carol and Hansen; #10, September 1988, by John Harvey; #11, December 1988, by Vince Clarke; #12, March 1989, by Carol and Hansen; #13, May 1989, by John Harvey; #14, July 1989, by Vince Clarke; #15, September 1989, by Carol and Hansen; #16, March 1990, by John Harvey; #17 appeared July 1990; #18 in May 1991; and #19 in Summer 1991.

Contributors have included Mal Ashworth (Rot), Hazel Ashworth (Lip), Avedon Carol, Chuch Harris, John Harvey, Teresa Nielsen Hayden (Izzard), Dave Hodson, Tom Weber, Pam Wells, James White (Slant), and Walt Willis (Hyphen).

Regular columns included Ansible editor David Langford's "Jetbuff Ltd."

Artwork was by ATom, and Dave Mooring.

With Lucy Huntzinger, Avedon Carol had previously published two issues of the fanzine Rude Bitch in 1983 and 1984, and with Rob Hansen had also published the fanzine Chuch in 1986.

Aside from Chuch, Rob Hansen published Epsilon from 1976 till1985. In 1987, Rob Hansen edited the anthology Now Read On.

Vince Clarke had previously published Science Fantasy News from 1949 as the official organ of the S.F. Society. When the society folded in 1951, Vince Clarke continued to publish the fanzine as an independent publication, and 16 issues were released, the last in June 1960. He also co-edited EYE with Joy Clarke, Stuart Mackenzie, Jim Rattigan, and E.C. Tubb.

Pam Wells also co-edited the one shot fanzine Six Shooter, with Jeanne Gomoll and Linda Krawecke. She later went on to co-edit, with Michael Abbott, and John Dallman, the fanzine Attitude from 1994 till 1997.

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