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''Runway 37'' was published in Little Rock, Arksansas, U.S.A., the late 1970s and early 1980s. The first issue was published Summer 1979, #3 in Winter 1980, #5 in Summer 1980, #6 in Fall 1980, and #7 in Spring 1981.  
 
''Runway 37'' was published in Little Rock, Arksansas, U.S.A., the late 1970s and early 1980s. The first issue was published Summer 1979, #3 in Winter 1980, #5 in Summer 1980, #6 in Fall 1980, and #7 in Spring 1981.  
 
Contributors of fiction included Jean Lamb.
 
  
 
Contributors of articles included Wayne Brenner, Samanda Jeude, and George Laskowski.  
 
Contributors of articles included Wayne Brenner, Samanda Jeude, and George Laskowski.  
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Contributors of fiction included Jean Lamb.
  
 
Contributors of artwork included Robin Brenner, Wayne Brenner, Olivia Jasen, and Linda Leach.
 
Contributors of artwork included Robin Brenner, Wayne Brenner, Olivia Jasen, and Linda Leach.
  
Featured were interviews with Gordon R. Dickson by Sandra Meisel.
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Featured were interviews, including Gordon R. Dickson interviewed by Sandra Miesel.
  
 
Letters came from [[Jessica Amanda Salmonson]] ([[Fantasy Macabre]]), among others.
 
Letters came from [[Jessica Amanda Salmonson]] ([[Fantasy Macabre]]), among others.

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Runway 37 was a science fiction fanzine by Margaret Middleton.

Runway 37 was published in Little Rock, Arksansas, U.S.A., the late 1970s and early 1980s. The first issue was published Summer 1979, #3 in Winter 1980, #5 in Summer 1980, #6 in Fall 1980, and #7 in Spring 1981.

Contributors of articles included Wayne Brenner, Samanda Jeude, and George Laskowski.

Contributors of fiction included Jean Lamb.

Contributors of artwork included Robin Brenner, Wayne Brenner, Olivia Jasen, and Linda Leach.

Featured were interviews, including Gordon R. Dickson interviewed by Sandra Miesel.

Letters came from Jessica Amanda Salmonson (Fantasy Macabre), among others.

Margaret Middleton also published six issues of Kantele, subtitled "A Filksing Fanzine", credited as the first filk fanzine published.