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The first issue was released in July 1977. It is 54 pages, and features poetry, art work, articles, humor, and essays.
 
The first issue was released in July 1977. It is 54 pages, and features poetry, art work, articles, humor, and essays.
  
Contributors of writing included [[Ruth Berman]] ([[T-Negative]], [[The Star Trek Songbook]]), Beverly J. Miller, Lora Rene, Cara Sherman, Paula Smith, and Joyce Yasner.
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Contributors of writing included [[Ruth Berman]] ([[T-Negative]], [[The Star Trek Songbook]]), Beverly J. Miller, Lora Rene, Cara Sherman, Paula Smith ([[Menagerie]]), and Joyce Yasner.
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Art work was by Gordon Carleton, Monica Miller, and Cara Sherman. The front cover is by Bev Zuk, and the back cover by Pat O'Neill.
  
 
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Revision as of 15:34, 7 November 2012

Eel-Bird Banders' Bulletin was a media science fiction fanzine edited by Joyce Yasner and published by Poison Press Pen.

Published in the 1970s, it is devoted to the original television series, Star Trek, and the original Star Wars film.

The first issue was released in July 1977. It is 54 pages, and features poetry, art work, articles, humor, and essays.

Contributors of writing included Ruth Berman (T-Negative, The Star Trek Songbook), Beverly J. Miller, Lora Rene, Cara Sherman, Paula Smith (Menagerie), and Joyce Yasner.

Art work was by Gordon Carleton, Monica Miller, and Cara Sherman. The front cover is by Bev Zuk, and the back cover by Pat O'Neill.