(1) Do Not Quote.
A way of passing on gossip while keeping oneself morally clean — by prohibiting the listener from passing it on to anyone else in due course.
Less restricted forms are "DNA" (Do Not Attribute — pass it on but don't say who told you), "DNB" (Do Not Blab — pass it on only to reasonably discreet people) and "DNP" (Do Not Publish — talk all you want, but…).
(2) A Fanzine by Victoria Vayne and Taral Wayne
Contributors included Jim Barker, Harry Bell, Greg Benford, John Berry, Mike Bracken, Jerry Collins, Rich Coad, August Dore, Ken Fletcher, Phil Foglio, Tom Foster, C. L. Healy, Terry Jeeves, Dave Langford, Eric Mayer, Barry Kent McKay, Bill Rotsler, Marc Schirmeister, Bob Shaw, Stu Shiffman, Ted White, Harry Warner, Jr., and Susan Wood. (Some of this was reprint.)
|7||August 1978||10||Issue not numbered|
|12||December 1978||8||An "unauthorized addenda for File 770|
|14||February 1979||8||There were two #14s|
|30||May 1980||10||Le Zombie 63|
|32||November 1980||12||Designated as #408|
|33||December 1983||8||Published after #34|
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