A reproduction of the cover of the original paper fanzine.
The Cabal explain why, yet again, this issue is not so much late as temporally challenged. And Alison will probably add a couple of paragraphs telling you all, yet again, how wonderfully talented her children are.
Five Go Mad In Mordor
Steve Davies and The Cabal
No! No! Not the Lord of the Rings take-off! Run for the hills! Phone the SFWA copyright hit squad!
Recapturing My Flaming
Rob re-emerges from the forgotten depths of time to marvel at the wonders of the modern Internet, in his first piece of fanac for over a decade.
Decking The Halls With
Inspired by Alison's Christmas message to
her subjects her friends and family, Patty
has let us know about her own family's misadventures throughout 2001
We decided it would be easier to edit the locs if we just deleted every second and third word. Oddly, the letters actually seem to make more sense this way.
Does Your Gut Wobble When I Do
Alison shares some musical and medical anecdotes. Funnily enough, she makes more sense with every second and third word deleted, too.
This is issue 25 of Plokta, edited by Steve Davies, Alison Scott and Mike Scott. It is available for letter of comment (one copy is fine, we pass them over to each other), trade (copies to each of our addresses if possible, please), contribution, editorial whim, or for Viggo Mortensen's phone number.
Send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other issues available from www.plokta.com.
Additional edxxxxxxxxiting by Jonathan zzzCain
The cabal also includes Giulia De Cesare, Sue Mason, George the cat, Steven, Marianne and Jonathan Cain
Plokta is a slightly Croydon fanzine.