The Ballard Chronicles

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'''The Ballard Chronicles''' was a science fiction fanzine by Lee Jacobs.  
'''The Ballard Chronicles''' was a science fiction fanzine by Lee Jacobs.  
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Created for the APA [[Spectator Amateur Press Society]], ''The Ballard Chronicles'' was fan fiction, a series of pulp magazine style adventure stories starring a fictionalized version of science fiction fan Wrai Ballard. Wrai Ballard, at the time, was the official editor of SAPS.
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Created for the APA [[Spectator Amateur Press Society]], ''The Ballard Chronicles'' was fan fiction, a series of pulp magazine style adventure stories starring a fictionalized version of science fiction fan Wrai Ballard. Wrai Ballard, at the time, was the official editor of SAPS.  
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The series unfolded over a series of installments. Illustrations were by [[Bjo Trimble]] ([[Shangri L'Affaires]]), among others.
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There are many thinly disguised fans who appear as characters in the stories, including F.M. Busby as "Bug Daddy Effem Busby", Earl Kemp as "Killer Kemp", Eva Firestone as "L'il Eva", Bruce Pelz as "Peco Pelz", and Bjo Trimble as "Bjo".
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''Ballard Chronicles'' were series of installments, however each story was a complete marrative unto itself. Illustrations were by [[Bjo Trimble]] ([[Shangri L'Affaires]]), among others.
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The third installment was a western entitled "The Musquite Kid Rides Again", included in the 51st SAPS mailing of April 1960.  
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[[Category:Spectator Amateur Press Society|Ballard]]

Revision as of 06:23, 2 March 2012

The Ballard Chronicles was a science fiction fanzine by Lee Jacobs.

Created for the APA Spectator Amateur Press Society, The Ballard Chronicles was fan fiction, a series of pulp magazine style adventure stories starring a fictionalized version of science fiction fan Wrai Ballard. Wrai Ballard, at the time, was the official editor of SAPS.

There are many thinly disguised fans who appear as characters in the stories, including F.M. Busby as "Bug Daddy Effem Busby", Earl Kemp as "Killer Kemp", Eva Firestone as "L'il Eva", Bruce Pelz as "Peco Pelz", and Bjo Trimble as "Bjo".

Ballard Chronicles were series of installments, however each story was a complete marrative unto itself. Illustrations were by Bjo Trimble (Shangri L'Affaires), among others.

The third installment was a western entitled "The Musquite Kid Rides Again", included in the 51st SAPS mailing of April 1960.

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