Risteria

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'''Risteria''' was a science fiction fanzine by Paula Gold.
'''Risteria''' was a science fiction fanzine by Paula Gold.
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''Risteria'' was published in the 1970's in Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.A.
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''Risteria'' was published in the 1970's in Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.A. The first issue appeared in August 1976, #2 in October 1976, and the last issue, #6, was released in 1977. It was an Apazine, distributed through the [[Fantasy Amateur Press Association]].
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In [[Rune]] #55, of November 1978, Carol Meiner reviews ''Risteria'' and says of issue #6, "Personalzine, mimeo. A few pages of welcome personal news
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from a talented writer, plus contributions from a few friends."
Paula Gold was also one of the editors of [[Quantum]].
Paula Gold was also one of the editors of [[Quantum]].
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Risteria was a science fiction fanzine by Paula Gold.

Risteria was published in the 1970's in Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.A. The first issue appeared in August 1976, #2 in October 1976, and the last issue, #6, was released in 1977. It was an Apazine, distributed through the Fantasy Amateur Press Association.

In Rune #55, of November 1978, Carol Meiner reviews Risteria and says of issue #6, "Personalzine, mimeo. A few pages of welcome personal news from a talented writer, plus contributions from a few friends."

Paula Gold was also one of the editors of Quantum.

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