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'''Mindsparks''' was a science fiction fanzine published by Molecudyne Reasearch and edited by Catherine Asaro.  
'''Mindsparks''' was a science fiction fanzine published by Molecudyne Reasearch and edited by Catherine Asaro.  
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Published in Laurel, Maryland, U.S.A. the 1990s, the first issue was released in August 1993. The Associate Editors were Risa Stewart and Kathleen Woodbury.
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Published in Laurel, Maryland, U.S.A. the 1990s, the first issue was released in August 1993. The Associate Editors were Risa Stewart and Kathleen Woodbury. The third issue was released in December 1993.
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Contributors of writing included Catherine Asaro, John Kendall Cannizzo, Ph.D., Loring Emery, and Sandy Stewart.  
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Contributors of writing included Catherine Asaro, John Kendall Cannizzo, Ph.D., Alta Charon, Marianne Dyson, Loring Emery, C.W. Johnson, Sandy Stewart, and Scott C. Virtes.
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Fiction was contributed by Lois H. Gresh, Paul Levinson,, Melinda Redstone, and Sandy Stewart.
Contributors of artwork included [[Cathy Buburuz]], and Alfred Klosterman.
Contributors of artwork included [[Cathy Buburuz]], and Alfred Klosterman.
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Included were interviews with Gregory Bennett, among others.
Letters came from Robert C. Danley and John L. French.
Letters came from Robert C. Danley and John L. French.

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MindsparksIssue 1 August 1993
Mindsparks
Issue 1 August 1993

Mindsparks was a science fiction fanzine published by Molecudyne Reasearch and edited by Catherine Asaro.

Published in Laurel, Maryland, U.S.A. the 1990s, the first issue was released in August 1993. The Associate Editors were Risa Stewart and Kathleen Woodbury. The third issue was released in December 1993.

Contributors of writing included Catherine Asaro, John Kendall Cannizzo, Ph.D., Alta Charon, Marianne Dyson, Loring Emery, C.W. Johnson, Sandy Stewart, and Scott C. Virtes.

Fiction was contributed by Lois H. Gresh, Paul Levinson,, Melinda Redstone, and Sandy Stewart.

Contributors of artwork included Cathy Buburuz, and Alfred Klosterman.

Included were interviews with Gregory Bennett, among others.

Letters came from Robert C. Danley and John L. French.

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