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''Bento'' is a pocket sized fanzine from Portland, Oregon, U.S.A., measuring 4 and a quarter inches by 5 and a half inches, of which twenty issues have been published .
 
''Bento'' is a pocket sized fanzine from Portland, Oregon, U.S.A., measuring 4 and a quarter inches by 5 and a half inches, of which twenty issues have been published .
  
Contributors of art work included Steve Berry, Giovannia Fregni and Kate Yule.
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Contributors of art work included Steve Berry, Arthur Clipp,  Giovannia Fregni, Teddy Harvia, David Levine, and Kate Yule.
  
Letters came from Hope Leibowitz, Marilyn Levine, Laurie Mann,
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Contributors of writing including Laurie Mann.
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Letters came from rich brown, Cathy Doyle, Hope Leibowitz, Marilyn Levine, Mark Manning, Vicki Rosenzweig, and Donald Wileman.
  
 
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Revision as of 03:51, 26 September 2011

Bento is a science fiction fanzine by David D. Levine and Kate Yule.

Bento is a pocket sized fanzine from Portland, Oregon, U.S.A., measuring 4 and a quarter inches by 5 and a half inches, of which twenty issues have been published .

Contributors of art work included Steve Berry, Arthur Clipp, Giovannia Fregni, Teddy Harvia, David Levine, and Kate Yule.

Contributors of writing including Laurie Mann.

Letters came from rich brown, Cathy Doyle, Hope Leibowitz, Marilyn Levine, Mark Manning, Vicki Rosenzweig, and Donald Wileman.

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