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can I say? I love Elvis, and between him and Meatloaf, you're rock 'n roll,
This was supposed to be one of those projects that was
a result of a group effort. I guess the idea was at a point in my job at
the time, there were people who were leaving the area and as a way to keep
in touch, we'd all collaborate on this fanzine, (also another way just to
waste time). In the end, it was my time that was wasted. There was very
little contribution and no enthusiasm. It was supposed to contain all the
vital sections necessary for any fanzine like fan mail, music review, short
stories, and some drawings. It's a total surprised to me the project never
Here you can see a picture of it's debut cover which never
made it to newstands. A proud moment for the Nixon, to be able to meet the
it's a shot of the back cover. Not very exciting, but to be honest, neither
was the fanzine. I guess it was a work in progress which didn't see much
of it. Here on the right, is the contents page. With a wonderful photo of
the king reaching out to the people. As far as contents pages go, I looked
around at some other fanzines to see what their contents list was, well,
it was mostly crap as well. I'm not sure what the point of this thing was
to be honest with you.
for thought was nothing more than hypothetical questions. For a while I
had a good couple of them. Somehow I've forgotten them and moved onto more
important stupidities. I have to admit, I don't recall the cartoon background
on this left shot, I think it's Tex Avery, and let me tell you how hysterical
is it ? O.K., I should give credit where credit is due.
First, to me. The page on the left was the first page of the short stories
section. The first story there is a short story I wrote many years ago.
On that second page, you'll see a poem that was written by my friend, Steve.
And to no surprise, the background image for that page was an illustration
by Edward Gorey done for a story he did called, "The Disrespectful Summons".