Luna Monthly was a general SF fanzine with articles, current events, interviews, and
reviews of books and movies. 68 issues were published between 1969 and 1977 (that's counting the double issues as two - there were actually only 63 physical issues).
This issue features a five-page interview with SF author Edmond Hamilton in which he
discusses his childhood, the authors who influenced his early work (including A. Merritt, who was his idol), how he wrote and planned his stories, the story which he considered to be one of "the most ghastly stories" he ever wrote ("Outside The Universe" - published as a four-part serial in Weird Tales, July to October 1929), how he wrote the first Captain Future stories at "high-speed" (because he wasn't paid much for them), how the SF market had changed since the pulp era, how he met Leigh Brackett, etc.