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NW story in N. Ireland?

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  • L'Etranger
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    Searching the "Image hive" I think I now have found the edition I meant:
    "The Guardian from New Worlds #212, 1978"
    The edition with all sorts of "sensational" and dramatic reports from war correspondents on fictious fronts all over the world.

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  • L'Etranger
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    Originally posted by Michael Moorcock
    Anything I can do to help you replace it, L'E, you know I'll be only too glad, if I have spares.
    Thank you, I know. Your words already have me deeply indebted to you!

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  • Michael Moorcock
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    Anything I can do to help you replace it, L'E, you know I'll be only too glad, if I have spares.

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  • L'Etranger
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    Thanks all the same.
    Lots of my stuff perished when my parents' household was dissolved in the 90's while I was in South America.

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  • Michael Moorcock
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    Don't remember, I'm sorry, Etranger. Quite possible. Would have been in the NWQ series, I guess. As I recall only the Dancers at the End of Time stories appeared in NWQ by me in the mid-70s.

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  • L'Etranger
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    NW story in N. Ireland?

    Mike, funny how one suddenly remembers things?
    Was there, or wasn't there a story of yours in a NW edition around 1976 that played out in N. Ireland, in parts at least? Lots of turmoil and there were certain people mentioned in it whose ames sounded familiar, if I am not fully gaga, and I think it would be amusing to read that again. Remember which edition?
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