Star Fire

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At least 10 issues of ''Star Fire'' were released. Issue #7 appeared in 1976.  
At least 10 issues of ''Star Fire'' were released. Issue #7 appeared in 1976.  
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Contributing writers included Donn Brazier; G. Sutton Breiding; Don D'Ammassa with the article "Simak: The Metaphysical Years"; Lord Jim Khennedy; John Rodel, on spending the night in an overgrown cemetery; and Billy Ray Wolfenbarger.
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Contributing writers included Donn Brazier; G. Sutton Breiding ([[The Punk-Surrealist Cafe]]); Don D'Ammassa with the article "Simak: The Metaphysical Years"; Lord Jim Khennedy; John Rodel, on spending the night in an overgrown cemetery; and Billy Ray Wolfenbarger.
Contributing artists included Dave Barnett, Grant Canfield, and Steve Oliff.
Contributing artists included Dave Barnett, Grant Canfield, and Steve Oliff.

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Star Fire Issue 10
Star Fire Issue 10

Star Fire was a science fiction and fantasy fanzine by William Breiding.

Star Fire was published in the 1970s in San Francisco, California, U.S.A.

At least 10 issues of Star Fire were released. Issue #7 appeared in 1976.

Contributing writers included Donn Brazier; G. Sutton Breiding (The Punk-Surrealist Cafe); Don D'Ammassa with the article "Simak: The Metaphysical Years"; Lord Jim Khennedy; John Rodel, on spending the night in an overgrown cemetery; and Billy Ray Wolfenbarger.

Contributing artists included Dave Barnett, Grant Canfield, and Steve Oliff.

Bill Breiding, with brother G. Sutton Breiding, later co-published the last issue of Moonbroth with Jane Donaldson, widow of editor Dale Donaldson.

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