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for information on Star Trek, Blake's 7, Alien Nation, and
, the sexy Sarek and Amanda collection, is
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For information on Spockanalia, the very first Star Trek fanzine, send a S.A.S.E. to
Poison Pen Press
627 East 8th St.
Brooklyn, NY 11218
Jean Lorrah's early fannish stories, like "Visit to a Weird Planet," appeared in Spockanalia, which has been kept in print now for over thirty years.
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