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The essence / editor: Jay Zaremba
Bib ID 6933255
Format JournalJournal [text, still image, volume]
Uniform Title Essence (Canoga Park, Calif.)
Description Canoga Park, California : Jay Zaremba, [1970]-1973 
4 volumes : illustrations ; 22-28 cm 
Series

John Ryan Comic Collection.

Biography/History

"The Essence was a science fiction fanzine by Jim Shull and Jay Zaremba. Four issues were released, the last in June 1973" -- ZineWiki.com.

Notes

Cover title.

Life Dates No. 1 (1970)-no. 4 (1973) 
Frequency Quarterly 
Subjects Science fiction -- History and criticism -- Periodicals.  |  Science fiction -- Appreciation -- United States -- Periodicals.
Form/genre Fan magazines.
Other authors/contributors Zaremba, Jay, editor  |  Shull, James Howard

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