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    New Worlds [#212, Spring 1978] (8pp, A4)
    Free sample of spoof news items, all reprinted from Frendz #4, June 23, 1971. The issue consisted of two, loose, A3 sheets, folded in half: one containing the front and back covers on one side and the editorial and Sladek’s “Plastitutes” on the other; the other containing “Guilty!” on one side and “The Guardian” on the other, both in portrait mode. There were no page numbers.
    • fc. · Food for the Victors from Famished Friend and Foe · Michael Moorcock, uncredited · cs Frendz #4, 1971
    • · Editorial · Michael Moorcock, uncredited · ed Frendz #4, 1971
    • · Guilty! · M. John Harrison · fa Frendz #4, 1971
    • · The Guardian · gp (r); spoof front page newspaper dated May 20, 1948. All news items are by Michael Moorcock.
    • _ · Crossman Leads Attack on Kremlin · Roy Kipling · fa Frendz #4, 1971
    • _ · British Jews Face Dole Queues · James Colvin · fa Frendz #4, 1971
    • _ · Iceland’s Military Image Left in Ruins · Meg Zetterling · fa Frendz #4, 1971
    • _ · German Rift with Soviet French · Oswald Bastable · fa Frendz #4, 1971
    • _ · Guardian: Gandhi Avenges His Earlier Torment · Hope Dempsey · fa Frendz #4, 1971
    • · Plastitutes · John T. Sladek · cs Frendz #4, 1971
    • bc. · Oerlikon 8 cm Rockets · [uncredited] · ms (r)


    New Worlds [Number 213, Summer 1978] (Coma Publications (NWxNW), 40p, 32pp, 31cm x 22cm, cover: [programme from the Empire, Leicester Square])
    Subtitled “Food from the Victors for Famished Friend and Foe”.
    • 1 · Editorial · [The Contributors] · ed
    • 2 · King’s Views of New York · [uncredited] · il 1911
    • 3 · The Rise of the Musician-Assassin · Michael Moorcock · cs; illustrated by Richard Glyn Jones
    • 6 · The Daily Telegraph, April 20, 1948 · Michael Moorcock, uncredited · fa
      a spoof newspaper front page.
    • 8 · Project for a New Novel [Part 1 of 4] · J. G. Ballard, uncredited · ss; an entire novel reduced to look like two-page magazine spreads, and planned to be posted on billboards. untitled in the magazine, this part is known as “Mr. F Is Mr. F”.
    • 10 · Literary Supplement: Accidia Tribunals · Michael Moorcock, uncredited · fa
    • 14 · Project for a New Novel [Part 2 of 4] · J. G. Ballard, uncredited · ss; untitled in the magazine, this part is known as “T-1”.
    • 16 · Nathaniel Krill at the Time Node · Richard Glyn Jones & Robert Meadley · cs
    • 18 · Feu Pierrot · Michael Moorcock, uncredited · is [Ref. Jules Laforgue]
    • 18 · Complaint of Lord Pierrot · Jules Laforgue; translated by William Jay Smith · pm Selected Writings of Jules Laforgue by Jules Laforgue, Grove Press, 1956 [Ref. Adolphe Willette]
    • 22 · Psychic News · Michael Moorcock, uncredited · fa
    • 24 · Project for a New Novel [Part 3 of 4] · J. G. Ballard, uncredited · ss; untitled in the magazine, this part is known as “Time Zone”.
    • 26 · Arab Advertising · Jill Riches, uncredited · il
    • 27 · Daily Mirror, October 8, 1930 · Jill Riches, uncredited · il
    • 28 · Small Ads · [Various] · ms
    • 29 · “Hendrix Wanted Something Better” · Michael Moorcock, uncredited · ms
    • 30 · Project for a New Novel [Part 4 of 4] · J. G. Ballard, uncredited · ss; untitled in the magazine, this part is known as “T-12”.


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