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''Vega'' was first released in 1951 and came from Marquette, Michigan, U.S.A.
 
''Vega'' was first released in 1951 and came from Marquette, Michigan, U.S.A.
  
Written contributions came from Norman G. Browne ([[Vanations]]), Marion Cox, Charles Dynzof, Harlan Ellsion ([[Science Fantasy Bulletin]]), W. Paul Ganley, Dean Grennell ([[Filler]], [[Grue]]), Lynn A. Hickman, Barclay Johnson, Chuck Lear, Jimmy Mays, [[Gerry de la Ree]] ([[Sun Spots]], [[Loki]]), Johan von Rodman, Ray Thompson, Bob Warner, and Mari Wolf.  
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Written contributions came from Robert Bloch, Norman G. Browne ([[Vanations]]), Gregg Calkins, Don Cantin, Fred Chappell, Wilkie Conner, Marion Cox, Charles Dynzof, Harlan Ellsion ([[Science Fantasy Bulletin]]), W. Paul Ganley, Dean Grennell ([[Filler]], [[Grue]]), Lynn A. Hickman, Jerry Hopkins, Barclay Johnson, Chuck Lear, Jimmy Mays, [[Gerry de la Ree]] ([[Sun Spots]], [[Loki]]), Johan von Rodman, Larry Saunders, Robert Silvergerg ([[Spaceship]]), Ray Thompson, Bob Tucker ([[Le Zombie]]), Shelby Vick ([[Confusion]]), Bob Warner, and Mari Wolf.  
  
Cover art work was by DEA (Margaret Dominic), Ray Thompson, Bob Warner, Juanita Wellons, and Ted White.   
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Cover art work was by DEA (Margaret Dominic), Jerry Hopkins,  Ray Thompson, Bob Warner, Juanita Wellons, and Ted White.   
  
Illustrations were contributed by Leonard Avallone, Jerry Hopkins, Joel Nydahl,  Chuck Lear, Ray Thompson. George Viksnins, and Juanita Wellons.
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Illustrations were contributed by John D. Anspauch, Leonard Avallone, Celia Block, Harlan Ellison, David English ([[Fantasias]]), Dean Grennell, Jerry Hopkins, Joel Nydahl,  Chuck Lear, Maril Shresbury, Ray Thompson, R. Twesli, Shelby Vick,  George Viksnins, and Juanita Wellons.
  
 
Letters came from Redd Boggs, Wilkie Conner, Harlan Ellison, Ian Macauley, Charles Lee Riddle, and Juanita Wellons.  
 
Letters came from Redd Boggs, Wilkie Conner, Harlan Ellison, Ian Macauley, Charles Lee Riddle, and Juanita Wellons.  

Revision as of 16:43, 20 May 2011

Vega was a science fiction fanzine published by Joel Nydahl.

Vega was first released in 1951 and came from Marquette, Michigan, U.S.A.

Written contributions came from Robert Bloch, Norman G. Browne (Vanations), Gregg Calkins, Don Cantin, Fred Chappell, Wilkie Conner, Marion Cox, Charles Dynzof, Harlan Ellsion (Science Fantasy Bulletin), W. Paul Ganley, Dean Grennell (Filler, Grue), Lynn A. Hickman, Jerry Hopkins, Barclay Johnson, Chuck Lear, Jimmy Mays, Gerry de la Ree (Sun Spots, Loki), Johan von Rodman, Larry Saunders, Robert Silvergerg (Spaceship), Ray Thompson, Bob Tucker (Le Zombie), Shelby Vick (Confusion), Bob Warner, and Mari Wolf.

Cover art work was by DEA (Margaret Dominic), Jerry Hopkins, Ray Thompson, Bob Warner, Juanita Wellons, and Ted White.

Illustrations were contributed by John D. Anspauch, Leonard Avallone, Celia Block, Harlan Ellison, David English (Fantasias), Dean Grennell, Jerry Hopkins, Joel Nydahl, Chuck Lear, Maril Shresbury, Ray Thompson, R. Twesli, Shelby Vick, George Viksnins, and Juanita Wellons.

Letters came from Redd Boggs, Wilkie Conner, Harlan Ellison, Ian Macauley, Charles Lee Riddle, and Juanita Wellons.