The Curcuit

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'''The Curcuit''' was a media science fiction fanzine published by Logan's Run Organization of Fans.
'''The Curcuit''' was a media science fiction fanzine published by Logan's Run Organization of Fans.
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''The Curcuit'' newsletter was devoted to the film ''Logan's Run'' and the book upon which the film was based written by William F. Nolan.
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''The Curcuit'' newsletter was devoted to the film and television series, ''Logan's Run'', and the book upon which the film was based written by William F. Nolan.
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Fourteen issues were published, and each issue contained articles, fiction and a column by William F. Nolan, who had been one of the co-editors of [[Rhodomagnetic Digest]] during its publication from 1949 to 1951.
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Fourteen issues were published in the 1970s and 1980s. Each issue contained articles, fiction and a column by William F. Nolan, who had been one of the co-editors of [[Rhodomagnetic Digest]] during its publication from 1949 to 1951.
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Contributors of fiction included Jeremy Evans, Jean Graham,R. MacNeil,  Anne R. Maugh, Carl Nicastro,
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Articles were by L.B. Abbot A.S.C., Maggie Evans, L. Morton, Glen Robinson, and Margaret White and a reprint of an article by Dale Hennesy from ''American Cinematographer''.
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Contributors of art work included L. Morton, Scott Noel, Eric Popejoy,
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Revision as of 01:08, 13 March 2012

The Curcuit was a media science fiction fanzine published by Logan's Run Organization of Fans.

The Curcuit newsletter was devoted to the film and television series, Logan's Run, and the book upon which the film was based written by William F. Nolan.

Fourteen issues were published in the 1970s and 1980s. Each issue contained articles, fiction and a column by William F. Nolan, who had been one of the co-editors of Rhodomagnetic Digest during its publication from 1949 to 1951.

Contributors of fiction included Jeremy Evans, Jean Graham,R. MacNeil, Anne R. Maugh, Carl Nicastro,

Articles were by L.B. Abbot A.S.C., Maggie Evans, L. Morton, Glen Robinson, and Margaret White and a reprint of an article by Dale Hennesy from American Cinematographer.

Contributors of art work included L. Morton, Scott Noel, Eric Popejoy,

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