Triton

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''Triton'' was a 13 page mimeographed publication, and published by Walter A. Coslet. Four issues were published.
''Triton'' was a 13 page mimeographed publication, and published by Walter A. Coslet. Four issues were published.
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''Triton'' was accompanied by ''Open STFire!''. In the words of the editors, "OPENSTFIRE is the companion magazine, distributed along with Triton: and 5 pages of space is now turned over to the readers for general discussions. We hope in some small measure to make up for the demise of "Fandom Speaks"."
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''Triton'' was accompanied by ''Open STFire!''. In the words of the editors, "OPENSTFIRE! is the companion magazine, distributed along with Triton: and 5 pages of space is now turned over to the readers for general discussions. We hope in some small measure to make up for the demise of "Fandom Speaks"."
Art work for ''Triton'' was contributed by [[Jerri Bullock]] ([[Fan Artisan]]) and [[Bill Rotsler|William Rotsler]].  
Art work for ''Triton'' was contributed by [[Jerri Bullock]] ([[Fan Artisan]]) and [[Bill Rotsler|William Rotsler]].  
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Revision as of 13:35, 28 November 2011

Triton was a science fiction fanzine by Russell Harold Woodman and Ed Cox.

Triton was a 13 page mimeographed publication, and published by Walter A. Coslet. Four issues were published.

Triton was accompanied by Open STFire!. In the words of the editors, "OPENSTFIRE! is the companion magazine, distributed along with Triton: and 5 pages of space is now turned over to the readers for general discussions. We hope in some small measure to make up for the demise of "Fandom Speaks"."

Art work for Triton was contributed by Jerri Bullock (Fan Artisan) and William Rotsler.

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