Tim was about to give up on the zine and hadn’t released one for many months. I contacted him and he said he had plenty of articles but he didn’t have the time to retype them and set up templates for them. I convinced him the readers were more interested in the content then that the type was ll the same size and style. So he just put all the articles he had in a double issue and sent them out. This is when we started to alternate issues. He’d do one and I’d do one which gave each of us almost two months to put an issue together. Still it took a lot of time as we both used typwriters and then Tim got smart and bought a Brother wordprocessor. I soon invested some hard earned cash into getting one also which enabled us to save the copies on disc and send them back and forth to add material. We still had to cut and paste them and then copy them on a copy machine, put them in envelopes and mail them out.
You’ll also notice the two articles by Bill Connolly, “Django” and “The Great Silence”. Bill sent in a few more reviews to WAI! and then launched his own fanzine “Spaghetti Cinema”.