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A FAPAzine edited by Redd Boggs. The first four issues were named Cockatrice.
|1||Summer 1962||14||100||Initially titled Cockatrice. A. o. comments on "the Ed Martin affair", i. e. critique of his "ouster" from FAPA over Grotesque|
|5||Summer 1963||16||Now titled Bete Noire|
|6||Autumn 1963||10||105||Motto below masthead "Improve every opportunity to express yourself in writing, as if it were your last. — Thoreau, Journal, 17 December 1851", repeated on following issues. Front & back cover illos by George Metzger, on the inside poems by Bill Blackbeard|
|10||46||149||"… intended for circulation with FAPA mailing #109, autumn 1964, and is actually being sent out with FAPA mailing #149, autumn 1974." Long conrep about Pacificon II stenciled in 1964/5, with new introduction and other material dated 3 Nov 1974|
|17||Summer 1966||8||subtitled "THE MAGAZINE OF LITERATURE, SCIENCE, ART, AND POLITICS"; opens with poem "Lamplight Under Stars" by August Derleth|
|26||July 1974||4||148||content is "Frolic Footnotes to a Life: Some Fannish Memories 5. Tap-tap-taptap-tap-tap-ping", on history of Boggs's typewriters|
|58||1964||2||Spoof issue titled Betenoire, dated Autumn, 1976 as by "Greg Boggs"|
- Bete Noire online at fanac.org.
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