Luna Monthly

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''Luna Monthly'' was published from 1969 till 1977, during which time 77 issues were released.  
''Luna Monthly'' was published from 1969 till 1977, during which time 77 issues were released.  
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Contributors of writing included Greg Bear, Leo P. Kelly, Jacqueline Lichtenberg, articles on J.G. Ballard by Mark Purcell, Joanna Russ, and Payl Walker.  
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Contributors of writing included Neil Barron, Greg Bear, Leo P. Kelly, Jacqueline Lichtenberg, articles on J.G. Ballard by Mark Purcell, Joanna Russ, and Paul Walker.  
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Also featured were interviews with Keith Laumer (#45), Clifford Simak (#57), John Brunner (#58), Edmond Hamilton (#60), Leigh Brackett (#61), Jack Williamson (#62), Larry Noiven (#66), R.A. Lafferty (#67), and Philip Jose Farmer, among others.  
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Also featured were interviews with Keith Laumer (#45), Clifford Simak (#57), John Brunner (#58), Edmond Hamilton (#60), Leigh Brackett (#61), Jack Williamson (#62), Ursula LeGuin (#63), Larry Niven (#66), R.A. Lafferty (#67), and Philip Jose Farmer, among others.  
Franklin Dietz had previously published the fanzine [[Science, Fantasy, and Science Fiction]] in the 1940s and the 1950s.
Franklin Dietz had previously published the fanzine [[Science, Fantasy, and Science Fiction]] in the 1940s and the 1950s.

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Luna Month is a science fiction fanzine by Ann Dietz and Franklin Dietz.

Luna Monthly was published from 1969 till 1977, during which time 77 issues were released.

Contributors of writing included Neil Barron, Greg Bear, Leo P. Kelly, Jacqueline Lichtenberg, articles on J.G. Ballard by Mark Purcell, Joanna Russ, and Paul Walker.

Also featured were interviews with Keith Laumer (#45), Clifford Simak (#57), John Brunner (#58), Edmond Hamilton (#60), Leigh Brackett (#61), Jack Williamson (#62), Ursula LeGuin (#63), Larry Niven (#66), R.A. Lafferty (#67), and Philip Jose Farmer, among others.

Franklin Dietz had previously published the fanzine Science, Fantasy, and Science Fiction in the 1940s and the 1950s.

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