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[[Image:Nandu6_copy.jpg‎|right|frame|'''Nandu'''<br/>Issue 6 March 1954<br/>Cover art by [[Margaret Dominick (DEA)]]]]
'''Nandu''' was a science fiction and fantasy zine edited and published by [[Nan Gerding]] in Roseville, Illinois, U.S.A.
'''Nandu''' was a science fiction and fantasy zine edited and published by [[Nan Gerding]] in Roseville, Illinois, U.S.A.
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The first issue appeared in December 1952. At least 29 issues were published, the 29th coming out in January 1965.
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The first issue appeared in December 1952. At least 29 issues were published, the 29th coming out in January 1965. ''Nandu'' was an Apazine, distributed by the [[Spectator Amateur Press Society]] (SAPS).
Poetry was contributed by Garth Bentley, John Brunner (as K. Houston Brunner), "Jack-the-Ripper", Nan Gerding, [[Orma McCormick]] ([[Starlanes]]), Fred Remus, Stan Woolston ([[Moonshine (USA)|Moonshine]]), and others.
Poetry was contributed by Garth Bentley, John Brunner (as K. Houston Brunner), "Jack-the-Ripper", Nan Gerding, [[Orma McCormick]] ([[Starlanes]]), Fred Remus, Stan Woolston ([[Moonshine (USA)|Moonshine]]), and others.
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Cover art was provided by Richard Bergeron ([[Warhoon]]) (#5 & #8), [[Margaret Dominick (DEA)]] (#18), Nan Gerding (#1), Thomas Gerding (#28 & #29), Vee Hampton (#3), Tom Reamy ([[Trumpet]]) (#4), [[Nancy Share]] ([[Hodge-Podge]]) (#2), and others.
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Cover art was provided by Nan Gerding (#1), [[Nancy Share]] ([[Hodge-Podge]]) (#2), Vee Hampton (#3), Tom Reamy ([[Trumpet]]) (#4), Richard Bergeron ([[Warhoon]]) (#5 & #8), [[Margaret Dominick (DEA)]] (#6 & #18), Thomas Gerding (#28 & #29), and others.
Other illustrations came from Bill Ballard, Wrai Ballard, Richard Bergeron, Ron Dee, Margaret Dominick (DEA), Henry Ebel ([[Tyrann]]), Bob Farnham ([[The Chigger Patch of Fandom]]), Nan Gerding, Vee Hampton, Jack Harness, Glover Prescott, Art Rapp ([[Spacewarp]]), Tom Reamy, [[Bill Rotsler|William Rotsler]], Nancy Share, Terry Wilson, Stan Woolston, and others.
Other illustrations came from Bill Ballard, Wrai Ballard, Richard Bergeron, Ron Dee, Margaret Dominick (DEA), Henry Ebel ([[Tyrann]]), Bob Farnham ([[The Chigger Patch of Fandom]]), Nan Gerding, Vee Hampton, Jack Harness, Glover Prescott, Art Rapp ([[Spacewarp]]), Tom Reamy, [[Bill Rotsler|William Rotsler]], Nancy Share, Terry Wilson, Stan Woolston, and others.
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NanduIssue 6 March 1954Cover art by Margaret Dominick (DEA)
Nandu
Issue 6 March 1954
Cover art by Margaret Dominick (DEA)

Nandu was a science fiction and fantasy zine edited and published by Nan Gerding in Roseville, Illinois, U.S.A.

The first issue appeared in December 1952. At least 29 issues were published, the 29th coming out in January 1965. Nandu was an Apazine, distributed by the Spectator Amateur Press Society (SAPS).

Poetry was contributed by Garth Bentley, John Brunner (as K. Houston Brunner), "Jack-the-Ripper", Nan Gerding, Orma McCormick (Starlanes), Fred Remus, Stan Woolston (Moonshine), and others.

Cover art was provided by Nan Gerding (#1), Nancy Share (Hodge-Podge) (#2), Vee Hampton (#3), Tom Reamy (Trumpet) (#4), Richard Bergeron (Warhoon) (#5 & #8), Margaret Dominick (DEA) (#6 & #18), Thomas Gerding (#28 & #29), and others.

Other illustrations came from Bill Ballard, Wrai Ballard, Richard Bergeron, Ron Dee, Margaret Dominick (DEA), Henry Ebel (Tyrann), Bob Farnham (The Chigger Patch of Fandom), Nan Gerding, Vee Hampton, Jack Harness, Glover Prescott, Art Rapp (Spacewarp), Tom Reamy, William Rotsler, Nancy Share, Terry Wilson, Stan Woolston, and others.

Nan Gerding also co-edited Starlanes with Orma McCormick, and The Chigger Patch of Fandom with Bob Farnham.

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