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At least five issues were published in the 1980s.
At least five issues were published in the 1980s.
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Issue #4/5 appeared in 1986 and included "black and white tales of terror" by Kathleen Jurgens, Kevin J. Lindenmuth, Elizabeth Massie, Thomas O'Connor, Wayne Allen Sallee, David Starkey, and Scott C. Virtes. Cover art was by Robert Brown.
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Issue #4/5 appeared in 1986 and included "black and white tales of terror" by Kathleen Jurgens, Kevin J. Lindenmuth, Elizabeth Massie, Thomas O'Connor, Wayne Allen Sallee [[Inner Circle]], David Starkey, and Scott C. Virtes. Cover art was by Robert Brown.
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Issue #6 (#2.1) appeared in 1987 and was a book review special issue, with reviews by Brooks, Harold Lee Prosser, Jeff Radt, Octavio Ramos, and Wayne Allen Sallee, plus poetry by Jon Vertho, and nonfiction by Brooks. Cover art was by Marge B. Simon and Jeanette M. Hopper.
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Issue #6 (#2.1) appeared in 1987 and was a book review special issue, with reviews by Brooks, Harold Lee Prosser, Jeff Radt, Octavio Ramos, and Wayne Allen Sallee, plus poetry by Jon Vertho, and nonfiction by Brooks. Cover art was by Marge B. Simon [[Star*Line]] and Jeanette M. Hopper.

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1130 Club #2.1 (1987)  Cover art by Marge B. Simon and Jeanette M. Hopper
1130 Club
#2.1 (1987)
Cover art by Marge B. Simon and Jeanette M. Hopper

1130 Club was a "newsletter of horror and suspense literature" edited by Clifford V. Brooks and published by 1130 Club Publications of San Jose, CA, U.S.A.

At least five issues were published in the 1980s.

Issue #4/5 appeared in 1986 and included "black and white tales of terror" by Kathleen Jurgens, Kevin J. Lindenmuth, Elizabeth Massie, Thomas O'Connor, Wayne Allen Sallee Inner Circle, David Starkey, and Scott C. Virtes. Cover art was by Robert Brown.

Issue #6 (#2.1) appeared in 1987 and was a book review special issue, with reviews by Brooks, Harold Lee Prosser, Jeff Radt, Octavio Ramos, and Wayne Allen Sallee, plus poetry by Jon Vertho, and nonfiction by Brooks. Cover art was by Marge B. Simon Star*Line and Jeanette M. Hopper.

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