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The Amazing Pudding was a fanzine dedicted to Pink Floyd and Roger Waters. It was seen as being the main fanzine of Pink Floyd during the time of its publication. The title was originally a working title for Pink Floyd’s 1970 suite ‘Atom Heart Mother’.

The first issue was published in 1983. The magazine was established by Ivor Trueman and was co-edited and published, variously, by Trueman (issues 1–17, 1983–), Andy Mabbett (issues 2–60, 1983–1993), Bruno MacDonald (issues 24–60, 1987–1993) and Dave Walker (issues 13–60, –1993) for ten years and 60 issues.

Issue 39, published in October 1989 featured a Kate Bush special, with a photograph of David Gilmour and Kate Bush on the front cover.


  • ‘Other Fanzines’. Homeground 37, Christmas 1989
  • The Amazing Pudding. Wikipedia, retrieved 20 February 2024