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B7 Fanzines Available to Buy
Travisina
As suggested by Guiser, this thread is to collate information about B7 zines for sale.
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guiser
I'll have to have a dig about for some links, but here is one to be getting on with.

Based in the US - Agent with Style http://www.agentw...

This website sells reprints of various B7 zines (it tells you in small print whether they are slash or gen). Note that these reprints are not always of the same quality as old second hand zines and sometimes lack the proper cover art or have colour photocopies rather than the original cardboard covers.

A while back, I order "Checkers" from them and it turned up alright, but they do seem to have a bit of a reputation...See the fanlore article http://fanlore.or...With_Style
 
guiser
As mentioned by Winnie on a previous thread, another US dealer that stocks a wide range of B7 fanzines, both new and used, is Jim and Melody Rondeau with their Make it go away/Ugly website http://www.crosso...y/home.htm

These dealers have a particularly good reputation, are reliable and sell zines at very competitive prices, being much cheaper than ebay or the like. Of course, if you are not in the USA then you have got to factor in the expense of postage. Ouch!

Their "fanzine listing" includes sections labelled "Blake's 7 - new" and "Blake's 7 - used". It should be noted that these sections only contain B7 genzines (and perhaps some mild het). Adult/Slash zines are to be found under the heading "Adult Non-Star Trek" (bottom right of the main listings table).

In addition, the Rondeaus also sell zines listed under the name of the seller (at the moment, Catherine Siebert's fanzines) and B7 fanzines can also be found in these collections.

See also this fanlore article http://fanlore.or...e_Rondeaus

I've ordered zines from the Rondeaus in the past and they were every bit as helpful and reliable as their reputation suggested. This and their wide selection of zines makes them my fanzine dealer of choice. They can be a bit slow in responding to email but they tend to append a notice to their website if they are away and delays are likely.
 
guiser
One US fanzine publisher that has kept all their B7 zines in print is Ashton Press. http://ashtonpres...lakes7.htm. Reprints are available for zines which were published as early as the 1980s.

Zines available in reprint include Southern Sevens (gen, issues 1 to 4 are best), Blakes Doubles (gen), Bizarro zines (gen) plus Southern Comfort (het and slash) and Southern Lights (het and slash) amongst others. Contents of the het and slash zines vary by issue.

They also sell all of the bits of the renowned "Hellhound" series which are scattered through many fanzines. See http://hellhound....lhound.htm and http://fanlore.or.../HELLHOUND.

It should be noted that the site works like a proper shop with a cart and everything, but only if you are in the US. If you want stuff posted outside the US you will need to enquire about the price.

One thing to bear in mind, though. The individuals who run this press are persona non grata with certain sections of B7 fandom due to their involvement in long ago fannish controversies.
Read this http://fanlore.or...9;s_7_Wars if you want to know more and make up your own mind.
 
guiser
guiser wrote:

I'll have to have a dig about for some links, but here is one to be getting on with.

Based in the US - Agent with Style http://www.agentw...

This website sells reprints of various B7 zines (it tells you in small print whether they are slash or gen). Note that these reprints are not always of the same quality as old second hand zines and sometimes lack the proper cover art or have colour photocopies rather than the original cardboard covers.

A while back, I order "Checkers" from them and it turned up alright, but they do seem to have a bit of a reputation...See the fanlore article http://fanlore.or...With_Style


Just a post to say that this dealer is no longer operating, though their website is still up, so don't send them your money!
 
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