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Here Comes the Sun, by Victor M. Gonzalez.
Dr. Fandom Goes Out, by Ted White.
Days of Fandom, edited by Andy.
Bela Lugosi's Dead, by Lesley Reece.
Venice, by Randy Byers.
How To Be A Seattle Fan (On Iboga Root), 1997, by Andy and Victor.
Dispatches to Apak, by our correspondents.
Fanzine Countdown, Extended Edition, by Andy Hooper.
APPARATCHIK is the Yuri I. Merezhinski of fandom, a lecturer in Anthropology at Kiev University, who, encountering an example of the Kaptar, or North Caucasian Wildman, lost both his nerve and camera, firing several rounds with his pistol instead of taking pictures. Did this cost him tenure? Apak is still available for the usual, but note that trades must be sent to all three editors. Or you can get Apparatchik for $3.00 for a 3 month supply, or a year's worth for $12.00 or a lifetime subscription for $19.73, or in exchange for a completely alien gene to inject into our biosphere.
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