The McCoy Tapes

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'''The McCoy Tapes''' was a media science fiction [[newsletter]] published by Decoy.
'''The McCoy Tapes''' was a media science fiction [[newsletter]] published by Decoy.
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Decoy was an Australian DeForest Kelley /Leonard "Bones" McCoy fan club, and ''The McCoy Tapes'' was their official bi-monthly newsletter. A total of 73 issues were published between 1980 and 1995.
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Decoy was an Australian DeForest Kelley / Leonard "Bones" McCoy fan club, and ''The McCoy Tapes'' was their official bi-monthly newsletter. A total of 73 issues were published between 1980 and 1995.
Decoy was founded in 1975 by Ruth Dick-Smith. They also published the fanzine [[Medical Journal]].
Decoy was founded in 1975 by Ruth Dick-Smith. They also published the fanzine [[Medical Journal]].
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The McCoy Tapes was a media science fiction newsletter published by Decoy.

Decoy was an Australian DeForest Kelley / Leonard "Bones" McCoy fan club, and The McCoy Tapes was their official bi-monthly newsletter. A total of 73 issues were published between 1980 and 1995.

Decoy was founded in 1975 by Ruth Dick-Smith. They also published the fanzine Medical Journal.

The McCoy Tapes is included in the Susan Smith-Clarke Zine Collection at The National Library of Australia.

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