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(Did you mean the term karass or a Stephen Ivey fanzine?)
A fannish newszine published by Linda Bushyager near Philadelphia with thirty-eight issues between Jan 1974 and Oct 1978, and named for the concept originated by Kurt Vonnegut in his 1963 novel Cat’s Cradle.
|4||April/May 1974||13||Plus a 5-page Rotsler cartoon portfoilo|
|7||September 1974||17||Includes extensive Discon II report|
|9||November 1974||19||Includes a very long editorial on the future of Worldcon|
|24||September 1976||18||Big MidAmeriCon report|
|25/26||Nov 1976||18||Double issue. Includes rebuttal from MidAmeriCon|
|38||November 1978||60||Final issue. Printing a hoard of contributed art|
Contributors included Michael G. Coney, Gary Farber, Mike Glicksohn, Bill Rotsler, James Smart, Taral Wayne.
Karass online at fanac.org.
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