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[[File:BatDroppings.jpg|right|150px]][[Bat Droppings]] was a [[Magic Periodical]] published sporadically by [[Lloyd Jones]] which started in February, 1979 to keeps people informed about what is going on in the magic book publishing world.
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[[Bat Droppings]] was the house organ for [[Magic Limited]] published sporadically by [[Lloyd Jones]] which started in February, 1979 to keep people informed about what is going on in the magic book publishing world.
  
Eight issues were published in 1979, then change to quarterly and was still being published until Jones death in 1984.
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It was preceded by [[The Bat]], [[Bat, Jr.]], and  [[S.O.B. Jr.]]
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Eight issues were published in 1979, then it change to a quarterly. It continuted to be published up until Jones' death in 1984.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 19:52, 16 October 2010

Bat Droppings
BatDroppings.jpg
EditorsLloyd Jones
FrequencySporadically
First issueFebruary, 1979
Bat Droppings was the house organ for Magic Limited published sporadically by Lloyd Jones which started in February, 1979 to keep people informed about what is going on in the magic book publishing world.

It was preceded by The Bat, Bat, Jr., and S.O.B. Jr.

Eight issues were published in 1979, then it change to a quarterly. It continuted to be published up until Jones' death in 1984.