Yandro

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'''Yandro''' was a science fiction fanzine by Robert Coulson sand Juanita Coulson in Wabash, Indiana, U.S.A.
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'''Yandro''' was a science fiction fanzine by Robert "Buck" Coulson and Juanita Coulson in Wabash, Indiana, U.S.A.
It was first published in 1953 and ran till 1985, with 259 issues released. The last issue was not distributed till 1991.
It was first published in 1953 and ran till 1985, with 259 issues released. The last issue was not distributed till 1991.
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Cotributions of art work came from Dan Adkins, George Barr, Jim Cawthorn, Robert Gilbert, Jay Kinney, Dave Prosser, [[Bill Rotsler]], Dick Schultz, Randy Scott, [[Arthur Thomson]].
Cotributions of art work came from Dan Adkins, George Barr, Jim Cawthorn, Robert Gilbert, Jay Kinney, Dave Prosser, [[Bill Rotsler]], Dick Schultz, Randy Scott, [[Arthur Thomson]].
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Covers were by Herb Beach, Jim Cawthorn, Cynthia Goldstone,   
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Covers were by Herb Beach, Jim Cawthorn, Cynthia Goldstone,
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Letters came from Philip Jose Farmer, Fredric Wertham.    
Yandro won the [[Hugo Award for Best Fanzine]] in 1965.
Yandro won the [[Hugo Award for Best Fanzine]] in 1965.

Revision as of 20:14, 30 April 2011

Yandro was a science fiction fanzine by Robert "Buck" Coulson and Juanita Coulson in Wabash, Indiana, U.S.A.

It was first published in 1953 and ran till 1985, with 259 issues released. The last issue was not distributed till 1991.

Ynadro featured fiction, articles and reveiws of books and fanzines.

Contributions of writing included George Barr, L. Sprague de Camp, E.J. Carnell, R.L. Clancy, Allen Mardis, Alexei Panshin, Jerry Pournelle, George Scithers.

Cotributions of art work came from Dan Adkins, George Barr, Jim Cawthorn, Robert Gilbert, Jay Kinney, Dave Prosser, Bill Rotsler, Dick Schultz, Randy Scott, Arthur Thomson.

Covers were by Herb Beach, Jim Cawthorn, Cynthia Goldstone,

Letters came from Philip Jose Farmer, Fredric Wertham.

Yandro won the Hugo Award for Best Fanzine in 1965.

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