Spockanalia

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'''Spockanalia'' is a media science fiction fanzine published by Devra Michele Langsam and Sherna Comerford.  
'''Spockanalia'' is a media science fiction fanzine published by Devra Michele Langsam and Sherna Comerford.  
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''Spockanalia'' is the first fanzine published that was devoted to the television series  ''Star Trek'', published while the show was first being broadcast.
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''Spockanalia'' is the first fanzine published that was devoted to the television series  ''Star Trek'', published while the show was first being broadcast. It was originally indtended to be a one shot, but the editors ended up continuing the run since they received so many contributions.
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The first issue appeared in September 1967, and was 90 pages. It was dedicated actor Leonard Nimoy who played the character of Mr. Spock on the show. Included in this issue was a letter from Leonard Nimoy.
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Contributors of writing to issue 1 include Kay Anderson ([[ST-Phile]]), Ruth Berman ([[T-Negative]]), [[Juanita Coulson]] ([[Yandro]]), Sandy Deckinger, Dorothy Jones, Shirley Meech.  
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'Spockanalia is a media science fiction fanzine published by Devra Michele Langsam and Sherna Comerford.

Spockanalia is the first fanzine published that was devoted to the television series Star Trek, published while the show was first being broadcast. It was originally indtended to be a one shot, but the editors ended up continuing the run since they received so many contributions.

The first issue appeared in September 1967, and was 90 pages. It was dedicated actor Leonard Nimoy who played the character of Mr. Spock on the show. Included in this issue was a letter from Leonard Nimoy.

Contributors of writing to issue 1 include Kay Anderson (ST-Phile), Ruth Berman (T-Negative), Juanita Coulson (Yandro), Sandy Deckinger, Dorothy Jones, Shirley Meech.

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