Seanchai #51
Rusty Burke
Year :
September 1989  
Book No. : None
Format : Fanzine (8.5 x 11, saddle stapled)
Pages : 38 (Seanchai #51)
142 (REHupa #99)

Cover art : Unknown (Seanchai #51)
Rick McCollum (REHupa #99)

Illustrations : Unknown









Seanchai #51



 Seanchai #51







REHupa #99
   REHupa #99








  

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Contents
"The Road to Yesterday" (poem)

Other Seanchai Contents
The Road to Yesterday - REHupa: The Early Years (REHupa #6 - 10)
Mailing Comments on:
(1) "The Oedipal Theme in Robert E. Howard's Conan Tales"
      by Leonard Carpenter from REHupa #97 Section 2
(2)  REHupa #98

Book Reviews
Movie Reviews

REHupa #99 Contents
THE GOLDEN CALIPH by Bill Cavalier
The Rules of REHupa
LETTER by Glenn Lord
SON OF A TWO-GUN DARK BARBARIAN #1 by Don Herron
BELTRIC WRITES #48 by Steve Trout
SEANCHAI #51 by Rusty Burke
PURLOINED LETTER V by Leonard Carpenter
BARNSWOGGLE #2 by Tom Kovacs
RAVEN WOLF #10 by Garry Adrian
COLD STEEL #21 by Bill Cavalier
TURNABOUT  by Rick McCollum
DREAMS FROM YOHARNETH-LAHAI #45 by Vern Clark
MORGOTH LOVES YOU VERN CLARK #1 by Breckenrich Jervis
(AGAIN) CIMMERIA by Ben Indick
AQUILA NIDUS #2 by Tim Arney

Notes
Distributed in REHupa #99
The Robert E. Howard United Press Association is an amateur press association (apa) that was started by Tim Marion in 1972.
An apa is a means for distributing fanzines to a specific group of people. Typically, each member of an apa produces a short fanzine and sends an appropriate number of copies to an official editor who collates and (usually) staples one copy of each zine together, adding covers, an official organization, and a table of contents. The editor sends out the collection of zines, called a mailing, to each member.