Luna Monthly

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A (near) monthly printed fanzine published starting in June 1969 by Frank & Ann Dietz, and edited by Ann Dietz. Luna Monthly focused on news in the field, plus regular interviews with major authors. The final issue #67 was published in Spring 1977. They published an index to the material in the 1969 issues, but this was not continued in later years. They published one supplement, issue "27s", on the deaths of two titans of the field in the previous month, with a 2-page memorial to August Derleth (d. July 4, 1971), written by Gerry de la Ree, and a 2-page memorial to John W. Campbell (d. July 11, 1971), written by Isaac Asimov.

Issue Date Pages Notes
1 June 1969 32
2 July 1969 28
3 August 1969 32
4 September 1969 32
5 October 1969 32
6 November 1969 32
7 December 1969 32
8 January 1970 32
9 February 1970 32
10 March 1970 32
11 April 1970 32
12 May 1970 32
13 June 1970 32
14 July 1970 32
15 August 1970 36
16 September 1970 32
17 October 1970 32
18 November 1970 32
19 December 1970 32
20 January 1971 32 (Opens with John Giunta Obit)
21 February 1971 32
22 March 1971 32
23 April 1971 32
24/25 June 1971 64
26/27 August 1971 48
27s August 1971 4
28 September 1971 32
29 October 1971 32
30 November 1971 32
31 December 1971 32
32 January 1972 32
33 February 1972 32
34 March 1972 32
35/36 May 1972 64
37 June 1972 32
38/39 August 1972 64
40 September 1972 32
41/42 October-November 1972 64
43 December 1972 32
44 January 1973 32
45 February 1973 32
46 March 1973 32
47 Summer 1973 32
48 Fall 1973 32
49 Autumn 1973 32
50 Winter 1974 32
51 Spring 1974 32
52 May 1974 32
53 August 1974 32
54 September 1974 32
55 October 1974 32
56 November 1974 32
57 Spring 1974 32
58 August 1975 32
59 November 1975 32
60 December 1975 32
61 January 1976 32
62 February 1976 32
63 March 1976 32
64 Summer 1976 32
65 Fall 1976 32
66 Winter 1976 48
67 Spring 1977 48 final issue

Luna Monthly online at fanac.org


Publication Reasonator 19691977
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