Trumpet #7
Tom Reamy
Year :
May 1968
Book No. : None
Edition : 1st
Format : Chapbook (Slick, 8.5 x 11, saddle-stapled)
Pages : 44 (not counting the covers)
Cover art : Jeff Jones
Illustrations : Glenn Helm, Tom Reamy, Howard Mingus, James H. Gardner, Dave Ludwig, George Barr, Doug Lovenstein, Jeff Jones, Rob Pudim, Sharon Baugh, Alex Eisenstein,  John Boland, Al Jones, Jim Nielson, Gene Klein, Bill Bowers,  Irwin and Lawrence, Jerry Mayes
    Trumpet #7
Other editions:

Sketches (See Notes)
"Ambition by Moonlight"
"To a Man Whose Name I Never Knew"
"Etched in Ebony"
"The Galveston Affair"
"Surrender – Your Money or Your Vice"
Non-REH Contents
"Editorial & Other Pretensions x 3" by
Tom Reamy and Alex Eisenstein and Al Jackson
"The Long and the Short of It" by Phyllis Eisenstein
"S.P.E.C. Has a Halloween Fling" by uncredited
"CPCC: The Man with the Power" by Andrew J. Offutt
"The View from Up Here" by Dan Bates
"Poul Anderson's The Broken Sword" (Part 3 of 3)
by Tom Reamy
"Trumpet People: George Barr" George Barr
"Incident in a Small War" by W. G. Bliss
"Persiflage" by uncredited
Letter by John Boardman
Letter by James H. Gardner
Letter by Bhob Stewart
Letter by Harry Warner, Jr.
Editors: Tom Reamy , Alex Eisenstein , Al Jackson
S.P.E.C. is the Society for the Preservation of Enchanted Chipmonks, a group of Dallas fans, friends of the editors.
"Sketches" was the title used for two separate collections of stories.  It was first used in THE JUNTO, Volume 2, #4, September 1929, for a bundle that included "Sentiment", "Musings", "Midnight", and "Etched in Ebony". The title was re-used by Glenn Lord for a bundle of seven stories that were published in TRUMPET #7.   All seven stories came from various issues of THE JUNTO.