Yrch! (Tolkien UK zine)

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Zine
Title: Yrch!
Publisher: Independently published in Norwich, Norfolk, England.
Editor(s):
Date(s): both in 1986
Medium: print
Size: A5
Fandom: Tolkien
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Yrch! is a gen Tolkien A5 fanwork published in the UK. "Yrch" is Sindarin for "orc"; the editor says it is pronounced "Eric."

Issue 1

cover of issue #1

Yrch! 1 was published in 1986 and contains 40 pages.

  • 2 - Fal'n'Fingle's Film Guide
  • 4 - Bagenders, Episode 1, by S. Hen
  • 6 - No More Mr. Nice Guy, by M. Bruce
  • 7 - Consumer Guide
  • 8 - Second to a Stranger, by Pat Wood
  • 14 - Bakshi Burger, by Jackie Marshall
  • 17 - 25th March, by Jackie Marshall
  • 19 - Restoration Boromir, by Jacqui Langridge
  • 21 - Ioreth's Gossip Column
  • 22 - Book Worm, by David Bell
  • 23 - Light That Endures, by Keith West
  • 26 - The Secret Diary of A. Ranger, aged 20 3/4
  • 28 - The Wounding of Frodo, by Oriel Cooper
  • 29 - Entertainment ME
  • 31 - Dear Auntie Glad
  • 32 - Cookery
  • 33 - Exclusive Morgul Arms Menu
  • 35 - Bagenders, Episode 2, by S. Hen
  • 37 - Small Ads
  • 38 - Odd Ode
  • With art by "Jack", Mervyn Finlay, "Clair".

Issue 2

cover of issue #2
button that came with issue #2

Yrch! 2 was published in 1986 and contains 40 pages.

  • 2 - Sauron Dark Lord, or Just Misunderstood?
  • 3 - Butterbur's Diary
  • 4 - Orodruin, by Oriel Cooper
  • 6 - Small Ads
  • 7 - Fal'n'Fingle's Film Guide
  • 9 - Imaginative Roots, by Martin Wiggins
  • 12 - Alphabet
  • 13 - Middle Earth Holiday Co., by T. Cook
  • 15 - Dear Auntie Glad...
  • 16 - Letter
  • 17 - Outdoor Catering, by Dolly Shagrat
  • 18 - Fear and Loathing on the Mordor Trail, by Alan J. Sim
  • 21 - Palantir Viewing Guide For Sale, by Gwyneth of Streatley
  • 22 - Middle Earth Juke Box
  • 23 - Ioreth's Gossip Column
  • 24 - Desparately Seeking Strider, by M. Bruce
  • 25 - Gollum Collum
  • With artwork by Mervyn Finlay, "JAC".
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