Volume One is available again for a short time
We held some back to make available at the Liverpool convention and have a few left over.
SORRY – these are now sold out!
Our hardback compendium was a premium collectors’ edition comprising issues 1-3, beautifully bound into one volume. It also featured beautiful new cover artwork by Helen Green with cover design work by Lizzie Capewell as well as Chris Jones’s stunning design throughout. Most copies also included a set of four exclusive art prints signed by the photographers and a “mystery item” (which was an authentic set of nine Aladdin era fan photos). We are very proud of it.
It was conceived at a time when issues 1 and 2 started to change hands for high prices on the secondary market. We were committed to not reprinting the fanzines but wanted to make sure fans could access the content at reasonable prices – hence the book.
Original shipping took place in mid-August 2018.
Our thanks to all who helped and supported us with our first book.
“I’m going to kick back and read every article.” – Tony Visconti
“Keep up the good work. Love and gratitude.” – Iman
Please note: When we sent out issue 8, the post office returned quite a lot of copies to us undelivered, especially from Italy, Belgium and Ireland. Others were asked to pay import duties. It seems that, since the UK left the EU, things are trickier. We are happy to mail to anywhere in the world, of course, but feel it is right that you know about this before ordering.
Please also note that you will not receive an email confirmation. Your PayPal confirmation is your assurance that the order has been received by us.
We regret that we can’t make special arrangements for delivery at different times, by different carriers or to different addresses. We’ve tried to accomodate requests in the past but we’ve ended up with fifty or so different things to do with various orders so it just gets too complicated and mistakes start to happen. Sorry!
We also regret that we can’t combine postage if you’re ordering more than one copy. It takes such a long time to pack up hundreds of fanzines and take them to the post office. Even though it doesn’t seem like much, it would take so much longer if we had to check each order to see if it was one copy or two. Also, the fanzine is close to the weight and size limit to be sent as a large letter. If we put two in a package, it would be classified as a parcel and is quite a lot more expensive so there’s barely a saving anyway.