Pastaklan Vesla

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Artwork was contributed by Alicia Austin ([[Kevas and Trillium]]), Kathy Bushman, Karen Flannery, and D. Carol Roberts.  
Artwork was contributed by Alicia Austin ([[Kevas and Trillium]]), Kathy Bushman, Karen Flannery, and D. Carol Roberts.  
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Issue 3 was released in Spring 1971. Artwork was by Allan Asherman, Gail Barton ([[Eridani Triad]]), Grant Canfield, Danielle Dabbs,  C. Lee Healy, Claire Mason, D. Carol Roberts, Pam Tacoma, and Ellen Winder.  
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Issue 3 was released in Spring 1971. Artwork was by Allan Asherman, Gail Barton ([[Eridani Triad]]), Grant Canfield, Danielle Dabbs,  C. Lee Healy, Claire Mason, D. Carol Roberts, Pam Tacoma, and Ellen Winder.  
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Writing was by Mick Allister, Rusty Hancock, C. Lee Healy, Jacqueline Lichenberg, Shirley S. Maiewsky, Carol Pruitt, Norma Smith, Mike Sobota, Donald Stanley, and Pat Zotti. 
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Pastaklan Vesla is a media science fiction fanzine by Michelle Malkin and Kathy Surgenor.

Devoted mainly to the television series Star Trek, the fanzine was released from 1970 to 1980.

The first issue was published in 1970. It featured writing by Mick Allister, Ruth Berman (Inside Star Trek, T-Negative, The Star Trek Songbook), P. Gonzales, D. Kogan, Jacqueline Lichtenberg, and the editors.

Issue 2 appeared in the winter of 1970. Contributions of writing came from Mich Allister, Ruth Berman, Jacqueline Lichtenberg, D. Carol Roberts (Impulse), Donald Stanley, and the editors.

Poetry was by Glenanna Garrett, Michelle Malkin, and Kathy Surgenor.

Artwork was contributed by Alicia Austin (Kevas and Trillium), Kathy Bushman, Karen Flannery, and D. Carol Roberts.

Issue 3 was released in Spring 1971. Artwork was by Allan Asherman, Gail Barton (Eridani Triad), Grant Canfield, Danielle Dabbs, C. Lee Healy, Claire Mason, D. Carol Roberts, Pam Tacoma, and Ellen Winder.

Writing was by Mick Allister, Rusty Hancock, C. Lee Healy, Jacqueline Lichenberg, Shirley S. Maiewsky, Carol Pruitt, Norma Smith, Mike Sobota, Donald Stanley, and Pat Zotti.

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