The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face

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Title: The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
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Author(s): Sharon Emily
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Illustrator(s): Signe Landon
Date(s): June 1976
Medium: print
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Fandom: The Day the Earth Stood Still and Stranger from Venus
Language: English
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The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face is a 67-page novella written by Sharon Emily. It is based on movies 'The Day the Earth Stood Still' and 'Stranger from Venus' (with a bit of Vulcan mysticism thrown in,) and a variation on a theme originated by Harry Bates in the short story, 'Farewell To the Master.'

There were 256 issues printed.

This story was originally printed in The Other Side of Paradise #1 (Jan. 1976).

Note from the author from the zine's last page: "The outline and rough draft of this novella was first conceived about ten years ago as a single unit -- when first I became victim to 'Klaatu's' magnetism. There, it's more accurate to say that 'my' Sarek is a Kaltro-like hero.."