Star*Dust

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The first issue of ''Star*Dust'' appeared in April 1962.  
The first issue of ''Star*Dust'' appeared in April 1962.  
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Contributors of fiction  include Don F. Anderson, Roger Alan Cox, Roger Ebert, Judy Glad, Ray Nelson, Jerry Pacht, John Todd, and William Lawrence. Contributions of poetry came from Richard Ambrose, George Jay Crawford, Roger Ebert, E.E. Evers, Judy Glad, Dave Hulan, and  John Pesta. Articles were by Bill Bowers, Jack L. Chaulker, and Robert Coulson ([[Yandro]]).
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Contributors of fiction  include Don F. Anderson, Roger Alan Cox, Roger Ebert, Judy Glad, Ray Nelson, Jerry Pacht, John Todd, and William Lawrence.
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Contributors of art work include Bill Bowers, Roger Cox, Gary Deindorfer, Phil Harrell, and [[Nancy Share]] ([[Hodge-Podge]], [[Ignatz]], [[Summer Torrents]]).  
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Contributions of poetry came from Richard Ambrose, George Jay Crawford, Roger Ebert, E.E. Evers, Judy Glad, Dave Hulan, and  John Pesta.
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Articles were by Bill Bowers, Jack L. Chalker, and Robert (Buck) Coulson ([[Yandro]]).
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Contributors of art work include Bill Bowers, Roger Cox, Gary Deindorfer, Phil Harrell, and [[Nancy Share]] ([[Hodge-Podge]], [[Ignatz]], [[Summer Torrents]]).  
Bill Bowers later went on to do [[Outworlds]] fanzine.
Bill Bowers later went on to do [[Outworlds]] fanzine.

Revision as of 19:52, 4 November 2011

Star*Dust was a science fiction fanzine published by Bill Bowers in the U.S.A.

The first issue of Star*Dust appeared in April 1962.

Contributors of fiction include Don F. Anderson, Roger Alan Cox, Roger Ebert, Judy Glad, Ray Nelson, Jerry Pacht, John Todd, and William Lawrence.

Contributions of poetry came from Richard Ambrose, George Jay Crawford, Roger Ebert, E.E. Evers, Judy Glad, Dave Hulan, and John Pesta.

Articles were by Bill Bowers, Jack L. Chalker, and Robert (Buck) Coulson (Yandro).

Contributors of art work include Bill Bowers, Roger Cox, Gary Deindorfer, Phil Harrell, and Nancy Share (Hodge-Podge, Ignatz, Summer Torrents).

Bill Bowers later went on to do Outworlds fanzine.

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