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''Asp'' was published Berkeley, California, U.S.A. in the 1960s, and distributed by the [[Fantasy Amateur Press Association]]. It was a mimeographed publication of around 17 pages. The first issue appeared in March 1963, and nine issues were published, the last in February 1967.
''Asp'' was published Berkeley, California, U.S.A. in the 1960s, and distributed by the [[Fantasy Amateur Press Association]]. It was a mimeographed publication of around 17 pages. The first issue appeared in March 1963, and nine issues were published, the last in February 1967.
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Contributors of writing included Gordon Eklund and Alva Rogers. Issue 9 featured Alva Rogers writing on the 1966 WorldCon.
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Contributors of writing included Gordon Eklund, Alva Rogers, and Gretchen Schwenn.  
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Issue 2 from August 1963 featured the article "Literary Criticism" by Gretchen Schwenn, and Donaho writing about a controversy in FAPA. Issue 6 from August 1965 featured writing by Donaho, Alva Rogers, and Gordon Eklund, Issue 9 featured Alva Rogers writing on the 1966 WorldCon.
Contributors of artwork included Jack Harness and Gretchen Schwenn.
Contributors of artwork included Jack Harness and Gretchen Schwenn.

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Asp was a science fiction fanzine by Bill Donaho.

Asp was published Berkeley, California, U.S.A. in the 1960s, and distributed by the Fantasy Amateur Press Association. It was a mimeographed publication of around 17 pages. The first issue appeared in March 1963, and nine issues were published, the last in February 1967.

Contributors of writing included Gordon Eklund, Alva Rogers, and Gretchen Schwenn.

Issue 2 from August 1963 featured the article "Literary Criticism" by Gretchen Schwenn, and Donaho writing about a controversy in FAPA. Issue 6 from August 1965 featured writing by Donaho, Alva Rogers, and Gordon Eklund, Issue 9 featured Alva Rogers writing on the 1966 WorldCon.

Contributors of artwork included Jack Harness and Gretchen Schwenn.

Bill Donaho also published Viper for Offtrails Magazine Publishers Association, and Habakkuk.

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