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Published in the U.S.A., ''Karass'' was a "fannish newszine, invaluable for keeping up with the U.S. scene", said Darroll Pardoe, in his review of ''Karass'' # 6 in [[Checkpoint]] # 53, of September 1974.
 
Published in the U.S.A., ''Karass'' was a "fannish newszine, invaluable for keeping up with the U.S. scene", said Darroll Pardoe, in his review of ''Karass'' # 6 in [[Checkpoint]] # 53, of September 1974.
  
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Contributors of writing included James Smart.
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''Karass'' was the followup zine to Linda Bushyager's 1960s fanzine [[Granfalloon]].
  
  

Revision as of 00:27, 5 March 2012

Karass was a science fiction fanzine by Linda Bushyager.

Published in the U.S.A., Karass was a "fannish newszine, invaluable for keeping up with the U.S. scene", said Darroll Pardoe, in his review of Karass # 6 in Checkpoint # 53, of September 1974.

Contributors of writing included James Smart.

Karass was the followup zine to Linda Bushyager's 1960s fanzine Granfalloon.