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Fanzine Titles which are anagrams [Aug. 23rd, 2007|09:53 am]
Douglas Spencer
I've produced (or co-produced) two one-shot fanzines and each has been given a title that's an anagram of my name -- "Spangled Course" and "Clues and Gropes".

Since then a number of people have asked me for fanzine articles, and I've uniformly failed to deliver them on time -- the editors have all had to proceed to publication without my article.

Suppose I were to finally get round to writing all these overdue articles, and assemble them into a new one-shot fanzine... what should it be entitled? Assuming, of course, that it's going to be another anagram of my name?

"Unprocessed Lag". Of course.
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From: jamesb
2007-08-23 09:28 am (UTC)
O Crude Glass Pen
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