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Published in Beecher, Illinois, U.S.A. in the early 1970s, at least 12 issues were released.   
 
Published in Beecher, Illinois, U.S.A. in the early 1970s, at least 12 issues were released.   
  
Issue 5  appeared in April 1974, #6 in August 1974, @7 in March 1975, #8 in June 1975, #9 in September 1975, #10 in December 1975, #11 in April 1976 and # 12 was released in  June 1976.
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Issue 5  appeared in April 1974, #6 in August 1974, @7 in March 1975, #8 in June 1975, #9 in September 1975, #10 in December 1975, #11 in April 1976 , # 12 in  June 1976. Issue #13 appeared in 1976 and issue #14 in 1977.
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Contributors of art work included Plato Jones, among others.
  
 
Eric Meyers recalls this fanzine in [[E-Ditto]] #1 from January 2011; "DILEMMA was the simplest of zines. Editor and sole contributor Jackie Caugrove chatted about her life and tossed in a few of her own hand stenciled illos. There were letters from readers. And that was it. I was enthralled."
 
Eric Meyers recalls this fanzine in [[E-Ditto]] #1 from January 2011; "DILEMMA was the simplest of zines. Editor and sole contributor Jackie Caugrove chatted about her life and tossed in a few of her own hand stenciled illos. There were letters from readers. And that was it. I was enthralled."

Revision as of 19:38, 26 April 2014

Dilemma was a science fiction fanzine by Jackie Franke.

Published in Beecher, Illinois, U.S.A. in the early 1970s, at least 12 issues were released.

Issue 5 appeared in April 1974, #6 in August 1974, @7 in March 1975, #8 in June 1975, #9 in September 1975, #10 in December 1975, #11 in April 1976 , # 12 in June 1976. Issue #13 appeared in 1976 and issue #14 in 1977.

Contributors of art work included Plato Jones, among others.

Eric Meyers recalls this fanzine in E-Ditto #1 from January 2011; "DILEMMA was the simplest of zines. Editor and sole contributor Jackie Caugrove chatted about her life and tossed in a few of her own hand stenciled illos. There were letters from readers. And that was it. I was enthralled."

Immediately after Dilemma, Jackie Franke went on to publish the title Resolution from 1977 till 1980.