Myriad No. 119. 1986

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Myriad No. 119. 1986

Description

Myriad was started by Steven Carlberg in 1968. The fanzine drew from contributors to another fanzine called Quantum and the wait-list for the amateur press alliance CAPA-Alpha. The members of the fanzine refer to its contents affectionately as "not much'a nothin'", but the fanzine is generally rooted in science fiction (Biggers). The Myriad collection was donated to Georgia Tech Archives in 2011 and is kept and maintained as part of the Georgia Institute of Technology Bud Foote Collection as part of the Archives and Record Management Department ("Georgia Tech Library").


Biggers, Cliff. "Not Much'a Nothin'" : Happy 44th, Myriad! N.p., 5 Aug. 2012. Web. 13 Oct. 2014.

"Georgia Tech Library." Science Fiction Fanzines Collection. N.p., n.d. Web. 14 Oct. 2014.

Collection Items

Myriad, No. 119 (March, 1986), page 78
Page 5 of "Yes, It's Ether Breather!" continues comments on the work of other members and reviews movies.

Myriad, No. 119 (March, 1986), page 77
Page 4 of "Yes, It's Ether Breather!" continues comments on the work of members and gives reviews for local theater.

Myriad, No. 119 (March, 1986), page 76
Page 3 of "Yes, It's Ether Breather!" continues comments on the work of other members.

Myriad, No. 119 (March, 1986), page 75
Page 2 of "Yes, It's Ether Breather!" continues comments on the work of other members.

Myriad, No. 119 (March, 1986), page 74
Page 1 of "Yes, It's Ether Breather1" shows an illustration of the fallen Challenger and comments on the work of other members.

Myriad, No. 119 (March, 1986), page 73
Four unrelated one-panel comics by Gordon.

Myriad, No. 119 (March, 1986), page 72
Page 5 of "Nephelococcygia" continues comments on the work of other members.

Myriad, No. 119 (March, 1986), page 71
Page 4 of "Nephelococcygia" shows Paul King's book reviews and Lynn Hickman's comments on the work of other members.

Myriad, No. 119 (March, 1986), page 70
Page 3 of Nephelococcygia" shows members' comments on the Challenger tragedy and the death of Frank Herbert.

Myriad, No. 119 (March, 1986), page 69
Page 2 of "Nephylococcygia" records members' comments on NASA funding, high and low fantasy, and APA length.
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