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Once again, our lead story concerns TAFF; this time, we have news of a potential resolution in the works, as we take an extremely non-exclusive look at Gary Farber's Day with Abi Frost.
Victor reviews Christina Lake's Never Quite Arriving, and finds it good.
Then Jae Leslie Adams counters Ted White's recent columns with notes on Zen Driving.
Andy isn't what you would call a one-fan-fund kind of guy, so it's no wonder he's running for DUFF.
Lesley Reece tells us how she learned to stop worrying about the Bomb and love pumping iron.
Plus our letter column, chock full of nourishing information, and comments on TAFF too!
Once again, we end with an Extended Play Fanzine Countdown, just for you.
APPARATCHIK is the Debbie Rowe of fandom, entering a dubious partnership with a multimillionaire in a surgical mask (it was good enough for Howard Hughes . . . ) all for the sake of a quick 7,500,000 dollars. We may be easy, but we're not cheap. Apak is still available for the usual, but note that trades must be sent to both Andy and Victor (carl just wants the good ones, sent care of Andy), and/or you can get Apparatchik for $3.00 for a 3 month supply, or a year's worth for $12.00 or a lifetime subscription for $19.73, or in exchange for a mere handful of the sleeping giant's eyecrust.
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