Lost in Space Bi-monthly

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Title: Lost in Space Bi-monthly
Publisher: Alpha Control Press
Editor(s): Robert Coyle?
Type: newsletter
Date(s): 1984-1985
Frequency: bimonthly
Medium: print
Fandom: Lost in Space
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Lost in Space Bi-monthy is a gen Lost in Space newsletter that ran for thirteen issues.

Lost in Space Bi-monthly 13 contains 80 pages of articles by Jack Townsend, David Beland, Robert Coyle, Mark Phillips, Flint Mitchell, Phil Lublin and others, plus interviews with Bill Mumy and others, artwork and articles.

According to "A Brief History of Lost in Space Fandom,"

Robert Coyle began publication of Lost in Space Monthly. Throughout its run various formats were experimented with, until it was finally decided to make the zine a Xeroxed, bimonthly publication. To reflect the changes, the zine was renamed Lost in Space Bi-Monthly. In late 1985, due to a number of reasons, publication of LISBM was discontinued.[1]
cover of issue #13


  1. ^ Flint Mitchell. A Brief History of Lost in Space Fandom. Originally published in LISfan #4.