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Can anybody tell me how long this magazine was published? It was a bi-monthly canadian magazine and the first issue was April/May 1978. I have the first two years and was wondering if there were more issues to look for. It seems that whenever some issues surface, they are always from 1978 or 1979. Maybe that's as far as it went.

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I was a subscriber too. I think it made it most of two years. I believe it was put out by Larry Healy?
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Vol.1, No.1, April/May 1978 thru Vol.2, No. 5, Dec/Jan 1980. I was a subscriber also and still have all these issues and I think this is a full run. As Glenn said, it was published by Larry Healey at that time out of Scarborough, Ontario, Canada. I can "dig out" my copies if you need/want more info. Don
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Well, my issues go to vol. 2 no. 5 so I guess I have all there is to have. The editors column in that issue does give a sort of grim outlook on the magazine's future. It was a nice magazine and a shame that it didn't continue. Thanks for the info, guys.

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