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My friend Bob and I started it. We start off with this little newsletter, just little one or two sides of a sheet of mimeograph paper. Then we created a magazine that was really just fifteen or twenty sheets staple together. We were able to take that magazine and sell it in a couple of stores, most notably the store in Greenwich Village called Cinemabilia. Because we could go and sell 20 or 30 copies of this thing, people started to hear about the club and join club. That makes it a more doable proposition. I had started things because I wanted to know more about Bond and there was nowhere to find it. I think, I will start it myself and I will do research. I looked up old articles in microfilm and I contacted British magazines and British newspapers which had materials that had never been published in the United States. I contacted Bond producers and arranged to go visit the sets and write about them. I seek out people who have materials from older films and get them to write or provide me with photographs. Finally, I just say, one Last issue of magazine, and I'll call it a day. I always wanted to do one more publication because there were bits and pieces that people had sent in over years that I had never publish. I always thought I could do best of Bondage, perhaps including some material from the earliest issues. You see, print runs on early issues of magazine were so small, nobody could possibly have seen them. It wasn't until we got up to Bondage 8 or 9 that we started printing thousands, and I could be reasonably sure that everyone had had access to them. Unfortunately, I never do that best either.

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15 Years in 'Bondage'

Bondage was the official Magazine of James Bond 007 Fan Club. American Club, as it was called back in the day, was run by Richard Schenkman from 1974 to 1989. While Bondage never grow as thick nor as slick as its overseas counterpart OO7, its content was always first class. In the pages of Bondage you can find lengthy in-dept interviews with such Bond luminaries as Cubby Broccoli, Michael G. Wilson, George Lazenby, Timothy Dalton, Tom Mankiewicz, John Glen, and John Gardner. The Magazine published several Ian Fleming short stories that had never been published in America, and one of its major contributors was yet-to-be-name continuation author Raymond Benson. The Club and Magazine served Bond fans for 15 years, and within the pages of Bondage are facts and photos found nowhere else. Today, back issues of Bondage are hot collectibles. While issues 1 to 7 are exceedingly rare, remaining ten issues can be found at reasonable prices. But which issue contains that choice interview or story that you simply must have? To help you with your search, here collect for the very first time is complete checklist bibliography of Bondage Magazine cover, content, and some choice news and rumours that do always turn out to be true.

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