BILL CRIDER'S POP CULTURE MAGAZINE
More like a kid's PEOPLE, wasn't it? Pitched just a bit older, maybe, than DYNAMITE, the Scholastic Book Services magazine I read from its earliest issues in the early '70s for a couple of years, but I never did get around to picking up BANANAS (as distinguished from sfanzine, to borrow Mike Gunderloy's term, BANANA WINGS, or the British '70s magazine aimed at mildly bohemian litterateurs, BANANAS...
When you say ran across it, do you mean in your personal collection or online. I picture your house as something mythical and wondrous.
I was cleaning out a closet. You should picture my house as "cluttered."
Heh heh. "My kids must have subscribed." I'll have to file that one for future use myself.
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