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The magazine of fantasy and science fiction, volume 11 no.12, (British edition) November 1961 by The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
The canals of South West England; The canals of the British Isles: Vol.3 by Charles Hadfield
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About meA fully paid-up member of the beard & glasses brigade, I started with science fiction (NOT 'sci-fi', please!) and have ranged far and wide thereafter. As something of a collector of anorakisms, I am liable to be found on a train or a military airbase (with permission, of course) anywhere from the North Cape to the Bosphorous - but always with style. Once a career bureaucrat and default member of the 'awkward squad', I gave that up to try to make my way as a professional photographer and journalist, something which many think merely confirms my precarious state of mind. In the end, though, sanity prevailed and now I toil in the realm of IT as a tester, trying hard to break something that more sensitive souls have sweated blood over trying to create.
About my libraryIt's big. It's multi-lingual. It's eclectic.
LocationKirby Muxloe, Leicestershire UK
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Member sinceNov 8, 2007
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