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[[Image:Treaders_of_Starlight_1.jpg|right|frame|Treaders of Starlight #1 (October 1974), cover art by Mark Rich]]
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[[Image:Treaders_of_Starlight_1.jpg|right|frame|'''Treaders of Starlight'''<br/> Issue 1 October 1974 <br/> Cover art by Mark Rich]]
'''Treaders of Starlight''' was a speculative and science fiction poetry zine edited and published by Mark Rich and Rebecca S. Marcus in Ottawa, Kansas, U.S.A.
'''Treaders of Starlight''' was a speculative and science fiction poetry zine edited and published by Mark Rich and Rebecca S. Marcus in Ottawa, Kansas, U.S.A.
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Issue #1.2 contained poetry by Duane Ackerson, James W. Checkley Jr., Peter Dillingham, Robert Frazier ([[Star*Line]]), Michael P. Graves, Stephen Gregg ([[Eternity]]), Ed Higgins, Theodore W. Kriner, Terry R. Meyer, Errol Miller, H. Warner Munn, Ron Nance, Mark Rich, K.E. Roney, Walter Shedlofsky, Steve Troyanovich, Gene Van Troyer, and Neal Wilgus. All artwork again was by Mark Rich.
Issue #1.2 contained poetry by Duane Ackerson, James W. Checkley Jr., Peter Dillingham, Robert Frazier ([[Star*Line]]), Michael P. Graves, Stephen Gregg ([[Eternity]]), Ed Higgins, Theodore W. Kriner, Terry R. Meyer, Errol Miller, H. Warner Munn, Ron Nance, Mark Rich, K.E. Roney, Walter Shedlofsky, Steve Troyanovich, Gene Van Troyer, and Neal Wilgus. All artwork again was by Mark Rich.
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Mark Rich was also co-editor of [[The Silent Planet]], with Mike O'Dell, and Tobin Nellhaus.
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Mark Rich was also co-editor of [[The Silent Planet]], with Mike O'Dell and Tobin Nellhaus during the 1970s. In the 1980s he co-founded [[The Magazine of Speculative Poetry]] with Roger Dutcher.
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Treaders of Starlight Issue 1 October 1974  Cover art by Mark Rich
Treaders of Starlight
Issue 1 October 1974
Cover art by Mark Rich

Treaders of Starlight was a speculative and science fiction poetry zine edited and published by Mark Rich and Rebecca S. Marcus in Ottawa, Kansas, U.S.A.

Two issues were published, the first in October 1974, the second in August 1976. The second issue was published from Kansas City, Missouri.

Issue #1.1 contained poetry by Duane Ackerson (The Dragonfly), L. Sprague de Camp, James W. Checkley, JeanPaul Jenack, Theodore W. Kriner, Rebecca S. Marcus, John C. Mastor, Ron Nance, Kenneth Rich, Mark Rich, Jessica Amanda Salmonson (The Literary Magazine of Fantasy and Terror), and Walter Shedlofsky (Inner Circle). Cover and interior artwork was by Mark Rich.

Issue #1.2 contained poetry by Duane Ackerson, James W. Checkley Jr., Peter Dillingham, Robert Frazier (Star*Line), Michael P. Graves, Stephen Gregg (Eternity), Ed Higgins, Theodore W. Kriner, Terry R. Meyer, Errol Miller, H. Warner Munn, Ron Nance, Mark Rich, K.E. Roney, Walter Shedlofsky, Steve Troyanovich, Gene Van Troyer, and Neal Wilgus. All artwork again was by Mark Rich.

Mark Rich was also co-editor of The Silent Planet, with Mike O'Dell and Tobin Nellhaus during the 1970s. In the 1980s he co-founded The Magazine of Speculative Poetry with Roger Dutcher.

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