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Subtitled "Fine Fan Fict-Pict", ''Jeet'' was published in Auburn, New York, U.S.A. in the 1970s.
Subtitled "Fine Fan Fict-Pict", ''Jeet'' was published in Auburn, New York, U.S.A. in the 1970s.
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''Jeet'' Issue 1 appeared in April 1977 and included a novelette by Brad Bronson and stories by John DiPrete ([[Black Lite]]), John Thiel, A. B. Clingan ([[The Diversifier]]), Ken Hahn, A. K. Molnar and Gordon Linzner ([[Space and Time]]). Also included was a story anonymously written as 'Birdwhanger Cord'. This issue was 60 pages.
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The first issue of ''Jeet'' appeared in April 1977 and included a novelette by Brad Bronson and stories by John DiPrete ([[Black Lite]]), John Thiel, A. B. Clingan ([[The Diversifier]]), Ken Hahn, A. K. Molnar and Gordon Linzner ([[Space and Time]]). Also included was a story anonymously written as 'Birdwhanger Cord'. This issue was 60 pages.
Artwork was contributed by Gene Day ([[Dark Fantasy]]).
Artwork was contributed by Gene Day ([[Dark Fantasy]]).
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Issue two, in Summer 1977, included contributions from Brad Bronson, Mark Jacobs, Stephanie Stearns, John DiPrete and more, and was 80 pages.
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Issue two was released in Summer 1977, included contributions from Brad Bronson, Mark Jacobs, Stephanie Stearns, John DiPrete and more, and was 80 pages.
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Jeet Issue One 1977
Jeet Issue One 1977

Jeet is a science fantasy and weird fiction fanzine by Ken Hahn.

Subtitled "Fine Fan Fict-Pict", Jeet was published in Auburn, New York, U.S.A. in the 1970s.

The first issue of Jeet appeared in April 1977 and included a novelette by Brad Bronson and stories by John DiPrete (Black Lite), John Thiel, A. B. Clingan (The Diversifier), Ken Hahn, A. K. Molnar and Gordon Linzner (Space and Time). Also included was a story anonymously written as 'Birdwhanger Cord'. This issue was 60 pages.

Artwork was contributed by Gene Day (Dark Fantasy).

Issue two was released in Summer 1977, included contributions from Brad Bronson, Mark Jacobs, Stephanie Stearns, John DiPrete and more, and was 80 pages.

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