This is a collection of non-fiction text pieces written by Alan Moore. Back in the days of the 'noid, I included everything I could find of his which hadn't already been scanned. They come from various sources, but most come from British Marvel comics.
Between 1982 and 1984 Moore's Captain Britain and Nightraven series were being published in Marvel Super-Heroes, The Daredevils and Mighty World of Marvel. These comics mainly reprinted stories from American Marvel titles, but also included new British content. The Daredevils in particular featured a lot of Alan Moore material during its 11-issue run.
This early Moore work is very interesting as it gives insight into his tastes and opinions and also his sense of humour, which is surprisingly prominent. You might expect some of it to be dated, particularly the reviews for obscure fanzines which probably disappeared 20 years ago, but there is still much to enjoy. He raves in several places about future collaborator Eddie Campbell, and there's even a mention of Melinda Gebbie (Lost Girls artist and now Moore's wife).