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Link was a fanzine published by Beryl Henley and Mary Reed from 1964 to 1966 and distributed through the BSFA's PADS. It was part of the "new wave" of British fanzines and, as such, was somewhat controversial. (This led Beryl Henley to make the case for newcomers in a debate in Beyond, while Archie Mercer made the case for established fans. They later married.)

Issue Date Pages Notes
1 August 1964 32 distributed through PADS 1
2 November 1964 40 distributed through PADS 2
3 March 1965 distributed through PADS 3
4 November 1965 48 distributed through PADS 4
5 January 1966 42 distributed through PADS 5
5.1 Summer 1966 20 distributed through PADS 6; also known as Linklox, this was a supplement to #5

Publication 19641966
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