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Gee Moaven is a prolific fanartist whose Star Trek fanzine artwork was extremely popular in the 1970s.
According to a statement Scuttlebutt, after the publication of Diamonds and Rust, Gee Moaven gafiated from Star Trek fandom  although her artwork continued to appear in Star Wars and multimedia fanzines until the mid-1980s.
In 1978 an anonymous listing in Warped Space's 'Miscellanea' section, claims: "Illegal buttons of Gee Moaven's artwork are being sold in various stories around the country. None of the dealers have her permissions. If you see any of these buttons, please take the time to inform them that you know they are illegal -- and do not buy them for that reason."
One reviewer commented that her artwork in Probe: The Goddess Uhura "are among the best I've ever seen. The front and back covers are especially exquisite.
- Diamonds and Rust
- Docking Bay
- Kraith Collected
- Off the Beaten Trek
- The Other Side of Paradise
cover of Diamonds and Rust
art from Off the Beaten Trek #3
cover of issue Kraith Collected #6
inside art from Kraith Collected #6
inside art from Fuhura #4
interior art from T-Negative #29
front cover of T-Negative #30/31
inside art from T-Negative #32/33
inside art from T-Negative #34/35
back cover of Interphase (Star Trek: TOS zine) #1
back cover of Interphase (Star Trek: TOS zine) #2
inside art from Interphase (Star Trek: TOS zine) #2, from "The Left Unspoken,"
back cover of IDIC (Star Trek: TOS zine 1) #5
art from Warped Space #18
art from Warped Space #23
art from Stardate: Unknown #2
art from Stardate: Unknown #3
front cover of Sehlat's Roar #4
cover of The Halkan Council #15
art from The Halkan Council #20/21
art from Probe #5
inside art from Probe #8
inside art from Probe #9
inside art from Probe #10
back cover of Problem Captain Uhura Special issue #2
- from Scuttlebutt #6 in 1978, there is a note that reads: "Mandi Schultz is having a zine sale. SASE for list. Also, some of Gee Moaven's art, including most of the illos for Diamonds and Rust... For the information of those of you who have sent SASEs [about 'Moonshadow']: Mandi Schultz' 'Moonshadow' is a PRIVATE publication and NOT for general distribution. Whoever let the cat out of the bag was wrong in doing so. Please stop asking about it. Mandi and Gee Moaven have gafiated from Trekdom, so says Mandi."