K

(1) Apazine by Vince Clarke

An apazine edited by Vince Clarke for Pieces of Eight. (1990-97)

Issue Date Pages Notes
1 February 1990 4
5 1990 4
7 November 1990 8
8 November 1990 8
9 January 1991 6
10 February 1991 6
11 March 1991 8
12 April 1991 6
13 May 1991 6
14 June 1991 6
15 July 1991 6
16 August 1991 6
17 September 1991 6
18 October 1991 6
19 November 1991 4
20 December 1991 4
21 January 1992 4
22 February 1992 6
23 March 1992 4
24 April 1992 4
25 May 1992 6
26 July 1992 4
27 September 1992 4
28 November 1992 6
30 December 1992 4
31 February 1993 4
32 March 1993 6
33 April 1993 4
34 May 1993 4
37 1993 4
38 November 1993 4
39 December 1993 6
40 January 1994 6
42 March 1994 2
43 April 1994 4
44 1994 4
45 June 1994 6
46 July 1994 4
47 September 1994 6
48 November 1994 4
49 December 1994 2
50 January 1995 2
51 March 1995 2
52 April 1995 2
53 May 1995 2
54 June 1995 2
55 August 1995 4
56 November 1995 2
57 December 1995 4
58 January 1996 2
59 February 1996 4
60 March 1996 4
61 April 1996 4
62 May 1996 4
63 June 1996 2
64 July 1996 4
65 August 1996 4
66 September 1996 4
67 October 1996 4
68 November 1996 4
69 December 1996 4

(2) A fanzine by Dave Rowe and Bernie Peek.

A fanzine published Dave Rowe and Bernie Peek. It placed in the Checkpoint Fan Poll for 1975/76. It included Omnnium Gatherum in each issue.

Issue Date Pages Notes
1 December 1975 30
2 April 1976 28
3 July 1976 40 Final issue

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(3) A Letter of the Alphabet

from Fancyclopedia 2 ca. 1959
Back in 1944 Speer could brush aside K as initialing no important fan words — "leave one letter of the alphabet temporarily unsullied by stfandom", was the way he put it. But in this harsh world fifteen years later nothing's sacred any more.
from Fancyclopedia 1 ca. 1944
No important fan words at present being initialed by K, it pleases our whimsy to brush aside one or two that mite have been stuck in, and leave one letter of the alphabet temporarily unsullied by stfandom.