Fanzine co-edited by Ted White and Larry Stark in 1956-57. It started as Zip, edited by Ted White. Starting with issue eight in 1956, the name changed to Stellar and Larry Stark joined as co-editor. Stellar published twenty-three issues ending in 1957 when it was re-titled Gambit.
Writing in Vegas Fandom Weekly, in "What Are The Greatest Fanzines?", Arnie Katz writes, "Stellar…established Faan Fiction (fiction about fans) as a genre and also explored new frontiers of multi-color mimeography. Stellar presented both classic reprints and new stories that attempted to bring the values of fiction to stories about fans and Fandom."
|1||August 1953||Named Zip, Ted White was sole editor.|
|7||First Ted White FAPA contribution.|
|8||1956||36||Renamed Stellar, Larry Stark joins as co-editor.|
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