Memory Log

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Title: Memory Log
Publisher: STAR Kalamazoo
Editor(s): Jill Crabtree & Diedra Mathews
Date(s): in 1973 or shortly before
Medium: print
Fandom: Star Trek
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Memory Log is a 87-page Star Trek club zine edited by Jill Crabtree and Diedra Mathews.

This zine was nearly devoured by the publishers of Menagerie. From the editorial by Paula Smith of "Menagerie" #5:
You hold in your grubby hands (or on your lap, If you're on the john) the first anniversary ish if Menagerie. Don't faint yet. This 'zine started out because the editors had almost enough stuff to take over a certain other publication in the Kalamazoo area which shall remain nameless (besides, it's out of print, anyway) by the name of Memory Log. Since that wouldn't have been nice, and we weren't then the young turks we are now, but mainly because this way we get 100% of the profits, such as they are, we decided to push our own cart. Res ipsas loquatur. [1]


  1. Translation of "Res ipsas loquatur" -- "In the common law of torts, res ipsa loquitur is a doctrine that infers negligence from the very nature of an accident or injury in the absence of direct evidence on how any defendant behaved." -- Wikipedia