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'''Salud''' was a science fiction fanzine by Elinor Busby.  
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'''Salud''' was a science fiction fanzine by [[Elinor Busby]].  
''Salud'' was an Apazine published in the 1960s and distributed through [[Fantasy Amateur Press Association]]. Some issues were split with the title ''Fapulous''. This title appeared up until the late '60s, with issue 28 released in November of 1967. It was produced in Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.
''Salud'' was an Apazine published in the 1960s and distributed through [[Fantasy Amateur Press Association]]. Some issues were split with the title ''Fapulous''. This title appeared up until the late '60s, with issue 28 released in November of 1967. It was produced in Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.

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Salud Issue 5 (caption: "I'm thinking of starting a Serious Discussion zine")
Salud
Issue 5
(caption: "I'm thinking of starting a Serious Discussion zine")

Salud was a science fiction fanzine by Elinor Busby.

Salud was an Apazine published in the 1960s and distributed through Fantasy Amateur Press Association. Some issues were split with the title Fapulous. This title appeared up until the late '60s, with issue 28 released in November of 1967. It was produced in Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.

Contributors of cover art included ATom and Bjo Trimble.

Comments came from Jane Ellern, among others.

Salud was in the main a perzine, although each issue also contained "mailing comments" on the other fanzines that Elinor Busby had received in the monthly FAPA mailing, as well as news of the science fiction community.

Elinor Busby was also co-publisher and co-editor of the Hugo Award winning fanzine Cry of the Nameless.

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