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The British Fantasy Society Bulletin, Vol. 3, no. 6 (Jan-Feb 1976)
Edited by Gordon Larkin. 16pp. Reviews include Death Race 2000 (“twice as good as Rollerball at a fraction of the cost”) and Tangerine Dream’s Ricochet (“an album that will certainly please the fantasy-rock culture, if such a beast exists”). Letter-writers include David Lloyd (“Russ Nicholson is so good he scares me”) and Ramsey Campbell (“it’s perfectly possible to write about a character who is a philosophy and nothing more”).
The British Fantasy Society Bulletin, Vol. 4, no. 4 (Sep-Oct 1976)
Edited by Gordon Larkin. 16pp. Featuring the introduction of judging panels for deciding the British Fantasy Awards, a name announced for the first time in this issue. Reviews include Logan’s Run (“the world’s first commercial movie hologram”). Letter-writers included Simon Green (“Howard at his best was something to marvel at; at his worst he was something to wince at and hastily disown”) and Marion Pitman (“I’m fed up with all these books no sane person could possibly afford… and I can’t either”).
The British Fantasy Society Bulletin, Vol. 4, no. 5 (Yule 1976)
Edited by Gordon Larkin. 24pp. Featuring a report from the 2nd World Fantasy Convention by Stephen Jones.