Starling

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'''Starling''' was a science fiction fanzine by Lesleigh (Couch) Luttrel and Hank Lutrell.
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'''Starling''' was a science fiction fanzine by Lesleigh (Couch) Luttrell and Hank Lutrell.
''Starling'' was first published in Missouri, U.S.A. and later in Madison, Wisconsin, U.S.A.
''Starling'' was first published in Missouri, U.S.A. and later in Madison, Wisconsin, U.S.A.
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Contributions of artwork were by John Berry, Sheryl Birkhead, Tom Foster, Denis Kitchen, Joe Pearson, Dan Steffan and Reed Waller.
Contributions of artwork were by John Berry, Sheryl Birkhead, Tom Foster, Denis Kitchen, Joe Pearson, Dan Steffan and Reed Waller.
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Lesleigh Couch Luttrell previously co-published [[Quark]] with brother Chris Couch.
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Lesleigh Couch Luttrell had previously co-published [[Quark]] with brother Chris Couch. In 1972, Lesleigh Luttrell won the first Down Under Fan Fund (DUFF), a fund which helps send a North American fan to Australia and New Zealand (or vice versa in alternate years). In 1975, ''Starling'' was nominated for a [[Hugo Award for Best Fanzine]].
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''Starling'' was nominated for a [[Hugo Award for Best Fanzine]] in 1975.
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Revision as of 20:59, 29 April 2011

Starling was a science fiction fanzine by Lesleigh (Couch) Luttrell and Hank Lutrell.

Starling was first published in Missouri, U.S.A. and later in Madison, Wisconsin, U.S.A.

Contributions of writing were by Michael Carlson, Barry Gillam, Richard Gordon, Steve Grant, Terry Hughes, Joe Sanders, Angus Taylor, Bob Tucker (Le Zombie), and Jim Turner.

Contributions of artwork were by John Berry, Sheryl Birkhead, Tom Foster, Denis Kitchen, Joe Pearson, Dan Steffan and Reed Waller.

Lesleigh Couch Luttrell had previously co-published Quark with brother Chris Couch. In 1972, Lesleigh Luttrell won the first Down Under Fan Fund (DUFF), a fund which helps send a North American fan to Australia and New Zealand (or vice versa in alternate years). In 1975, Starling was nominated for a Hugo Award for Best Fanzine.

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