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A fanzine published by A. B. Clingan and C. C. Clingan in the 70s. It was a fiction zine, publishing sf, horror and the sup with 27 issues starting in June, 1974 and ending in with the February-March 1979 issue.

Contributors included: Forrest J Ackerman, Craig Anderson, Poul Anderson, Isaac Asimov, Nancy Barker, William R. Barrow, Rich Bartucci, Sheryl Birkhead, Robert Bloch, S. Diane Bogus, Hannes Bok, Ray Bradbury, Donn Brazier, Bill Breiding, G. Sutton Breiding, Joseph Payne Brennan, Llewellyn M. Cabos, Adrian Chadwick, A. Bertram Chandler, Frank Cirocco, William A. Conder, Smithwainer Cord, A. B. Cox, Gene Day, L. Sprague de Camp, V. L. Dixon, Dale Donaldson, Jeff Easley, Robert Eber, Debra Susan Elder, Phil Foglio, Ron Fortier, Jude Fulkerson, Joan Garrison, Jeffrey Goddin, Ken Hahn, Harry Harrison, Phillip C. Heath, Don Herron, Gerard Houarner, Robert E. Howard, John Inouye, Carl Jacobi, Gary Kato, G. S. Kirsch, Marc Laidlaw, Fritz Leiber, Gordon Linzner, Frank Belknap Long, David Madison, Marcia Martin, A. K. Molnar, C. L. Moore, Gary Muschia, Ed Newby, Edith Ogutsch, Mark Pacella, Emil Petaja, E. Hoffmann Price, Wilum Pugmire, Mack Reynolds, Steve Riley, Jessica Amanda Salmonson, Charles Saunders, Paul Shelton, Clifford Simak, Al Sirois, David C. Smith, Steve Sneyd, Stephanie Stearns, William Stout, Mike Streff, Denis Tiani, E. C. Tubb, Quentin Von Lin, Manly Wade Wellman, Joe West, Laurine White, Ron Wilber, Gary Winnick, Donald Wollheim, and A. P. Wrightman.

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