Miriam Dyches's publishing house. Forry Ackerman had called her "the Girl with the Golden Goojies" and Miriam used this to title her publishing house. She used it for her first fanzine published in 1958-1962 with each issue having a different title. Goojie Publications is usually listed as the name of the fanzine.
|1||Mental Marshmallow||Includes "The Girl With the Golden Goojies," by Forrest J Ackerman|
|2||November 1958||18||Moor Park|
|4||August 1959||50||Syzygy||Hectographed; Miriam married Terry Carr in January, so the editor here is "Miriam Carr" (See what else lines up under the name Syzygy.)|
|February 1963||10||A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Poughkeepsie||For FAPA #103. As by Miriam Knight. She was then living in Poughkeepsie, but moved in April to the Bay Area.|
Goojie Publications online at fanac.org
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