BACK BRAIN RECLUSE
   UK SEMIPROZINE, from June 1984, current, 18 issues to Mar 1991, A4 format, ed Chris Reed. Originally an A5-format xeroxed FANZINE, BBR developed into a professionally printed magazine, with bold design, able to attract fiction from writers such as Michael MOORCOCK, Ian WATSON and Garry KILWORTH. BBR is regarded as one of the more impressive semiprozines to emerge from the UK in the 1980s.

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