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'''Starlight''' is a science fiction fanzine published by James Bush, Joe Fortier, and Tom Wright.
 
'''Starlight''' is a science fiction fanzine published by James Bush, Joe Fortier, and Tom Wright.
  
''Starlight'' was published in 1941. Only one issue was released. The [[Futurian War Digest]] gave it a rave review:"Another trio of editors deserving of commendation are Tom Wright, J.J.Fortier and James Bush of Martinez, California. They have produced a mere 50 page fanzine, using the best possible quality of paper, not to mention a grand assortment of writers and artists. Your Ed nearly had heart failure on taking this copious production from its envelope."  
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''Starlight'' was published in 1941. Only one issue was released.  
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The [[Futurian War Digest]] gave it a rave review:"Another trio of editors deserving of commendation are Tom Wright, J.J.Fortier and James Bush of Martinez, California. They have produced a mere 50 page fanzine, using the best possible quality of paper, not to mention a grand assortment of writers and artists. Your Ed nearly had heart failure on taking this copious production from its envelope."  
  
 
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Revision as of 18:45, 21 September 2011

Starlight is a science fiction fanzine published by James Bush, Joe Fortier, and Tom Wright.

Starlight was published in 1941. Only one issue was released.

The Futurian War Digest gave it a rave review:"Another trio of editors deserving of commendation are Tom Wright, J.J.Fortier and James Bush of Martinez, California. They have produced a mere 50 page fanzine, using the best possible quality of paper, not to mention a grand assortment of writers and artists. Your Ed nearly had heart failure on taking this copious production from its envelope."