Pop Stand Express Interview with Lizabeth S. Tucker

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Title: Pop Stand Express Interview with Lizabeth S. Tucker
Interviewer: Marie Antoine
Interviewee: Lizabeth S. Tucker
Date(s): 1987
Medium: print
Fandom(s): fandom, zines
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Pop Stand Express Interview with Lizabeth S. Tucker was published in Pop Stand Express #16.

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Some Excerpts

I started [in fandom] pretty much like everybody else, through Star Trek. Although I must admit, I did not care for the show when I first saw it. The first episode I saw was "Mudd's Women", which I thought was completely stupid. However, my best friend was an avid fan and she got me to watch it again. The second one I saw was "Devil in the Dark" and that sold me on the show. ... That show really hooked me, because it was so different from anything else I'd seen. After that basic start I attended a couple of conventions, and eventually started meeting people who shared my interests. Not just Trek, but other shows I was a fan of as well. I enjoy adventure and crime shows—if they're well done, or at least funny enough to watch. Somehow or other I tumbled into Starsky and Hutch fandom, which got me started writing. Until finally, I wound up with Hardcastle and McCormick.
[My writing]: I guess you'd call them "get-'ems" and hurt comfort, a little heavy on the get-'em. It's the kind of story I like to read, so I find myself writing them. I'm not good at humor—I love to read humorous stories, but I can't write any to save my life.