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April 6, 2020
I've been tinkering with the look and feel of the fanzine index pages, and I'm not done yet. As most of you know, this website was started in the 1990s, so there are some pages/user experiences that are old enough to vote. When I get done, I hope the new look is cleaner and easier to use. Once the fanzine index pages are done, then I'll look for more places that need some updating. Comments welcome.

--3 issues of Terry Jeeves's Erg, from 2002. We added issue 158. Scan by Rich Lynch. Thanks Rich!

--1 issue of Rich and Nicki Lynch's Mimosa. This is isse 4 from 1988, with Julie (Julius) Schwartz, Bob Tucker, Ron Goulart, Jack Chalker, Sheryl Blrkhead, Doug Chaffee, Alexis Gilliland, Teddy Harvla, Bill Rotsler, Bob Shaw and more. Scans by Rich Lynch.

--8 issues of the WSFA Journal  from the early 2000's. Issues from 2002 were edited by Samuel Lubell and issues from 2004-2005 were edited by Keith Lynch. Scans by Rich Lynch. Thanks Rich!

--1 issue of Lisa Conesa's Zimri. This is issue 3 from 1972. From Fancyclopedia.org, "won the Nova Award for Best Fanzine in 1974, tied with Big Scab by John Brosnan. It also won the Checkpoint Fan Poll as Best Fanzine for 1973/74, and placed in 1971/72 and 1974/75. Harry Turner won Best Fanzine Cover for Zimri #6." That's a lot of acclaim. Scanned at Boskone 2020.

We have updated the Fanac Names Cross Reference. There are currently 28,171 names in these listings.

We have added the latest issue of the Mt. Holz Science Fiction Society's newsletter The MT Void, MT Void Vol. 38, No. 40, that was sent to us by Mark and Evelyn Leeper. Thank you both

April 4, 2020
Dale Speirs sent us a PDF of issue #471 (4.5 MB) of his perzine Opuntia. Thanks Dale.

April 3, 2020
We've had the Goon publications listed in the Irish Fandom  directory, but there are more than a few, so today I've started moving them into their own directory. Since there are some sizable publications, a full move over will end up waiting until Joe can transform them into searchable PDFs. Today, on the new Goon Defective Agency Publications index page, we add "Goon Library 2 - Cloche by Night", scanned by Tom Whitmore and a searchable PDF of "This Goon for Hire", also from Tom. Thanks Tom!

--3 issues of Terry Jeeves's Erg, from 2001. We added issues 152, 153 and 159. Scans by Rich Lynch. Thanks Rich!

--1 issue of Terry Hughes's Mota, from 1971. This is issue 3, and it was scanned at Boskone 2020. The addition of this issue completes the run!

--2 more issues of David Ish's Sol. Issues 1 and 2 from 1951, plus an alternate cover for issue 5.

--1 issue of Art Widner's YHOS. Issue 56 from 1999. Scan by Rich Lynch.

--8 issues of the WSFA Journal  from 2001-2004. Scan by Rich Lynch. Thanks Rich!

--2 supplements to the WSFA Journal  from Don Miller, 1970. These are 73-1 and 73-2, with scanning by Joe Siclari. Supplement 2 has a Phlange report by Jay Kay Klein.

--1 issue of Son of the WSFA Journal  from Don Miller, 1970. Issue 11, with scanning by Joe Siclari.

--1 issue of SF&F Journal  from 1976. We have added issue 1. This is also Don Miller, and is in the WSFA Journal index. Scan by Joe Siclari.

March 31, 2020
--1 issue of Bleary Eyes. This is issue 5 (the last issue), selected by John Berry. John Berry, Terry Jeeves, Wally Weber, Greg Benford, ATom. Scans by Rich Lynch.

--Boskonian 1, edited by Art Widner (Feb 1942). This was the first attempt at a Boston club fanzine; one article is noted as "an outgrowth of a regular STRANGER'S CLUB discussion on possible, past civilizations". I have tucked it in with the Proper Boskonians  of a later age. Scans by Joe Siclari.

--4 issues of Conacs, by M. David Johnson from the early 1980s. This starts out as a convention listing, and grows to 30 pages by the next year. Scans by Joe Siclari.

--2 issues of Ron Clarke's Mentor. We've added issues 86 ad 87 from 1995. Issue 86 has an article by Mae Strelkov, one by Buck Coulson and "Part 5 of Vol Molesworth's history of Australian fandom, this time covering the years 1953-1954. Heinlein paid a visit!" Quote and scans from Rich Lynch. Thanks Rich!

--2 issues of Mimosa  by Rich and Nicki Lynch. These are issues 6 and 14 from the early 90s. Rich says "The back cover of #14 has an off-color area top right corner. This is a soot stain from the January 1995 fire. All issues #16 and earlier are survivors of that fire." Scans by Rich Lynch. Thanks Rich!

--Bob Bloch and Bob Tucker's Science-Fiction Fifty Yearly. Published in 1957, it's 25 pages of Bloch and Tucker, and Hoy Ping Pong :-) Scan by Tom Whitmore. Thanks Tom!

--6 issues of David Ish's Sol  from the early 1950s. I hadn't heard of this zine before, but it has contributions from Lee Hoffman, Shelby Vick, Walt Willis, Bob Silverberg and Gerry de la Ree. Issue 5 is dedicated to the Willis Fund. Scans by Joe Siclari.

--4 issues of Eric Bentcliffe's Triode, from the late 1950s/early 1960s. We've added issues 14-17. Contributors include Terry Jeeves, Harry Warner, John Berry, George Locke, Eddie Jones, ATom, Mal Ashworth and more. This is a core fanzine for us to scan. Scans by Joe Siclari.

March 29, 2020
Lockdown news of the day:

--Kitsch in sync legends, Bleary Eyes #4 (1954), by John Berry and Ken Cheslin. Lovely reprints from James White, Walt Willis, Bob Shaw, ATom, John Berry. Provided and scanned by Richard Lynch. Thanks Rich!

-- 1 issue of Walt Leibscher's Chanticleer. This is the last issue, issue 7 from June, 1946. Contributors include Bob Tucker, Bob Bloch, and FT Laney. Scans by Joe Siclari. This is a core fanzine for us to scan.

--1 issue of the N3F's Ionisphere, edited by John Thiel and sent by George Phillies. This is the April 2020 issue. Thanks George!

--3 issues of Ron Clarke's The Mentor, from the mid 1990s. This Australian zine ran from 1968-2001 according to Fanyclopedia. Provided and scanned by Rich Lynch who tells us "Lots of interesting stuff within, including another short article by Buck Coulson, a portfolio of some very nice pencil art by Mark McLeod, a look back at the 1950s-60s science fiction comic strip (seems more of a graphic novel) Captain Condor, and Part 3 of Vol Molesworth's history of Australian fandom covering the years 1947-1951." and that's just issue 84. Thanks Rich!

--1 issue of the Mt. Holz Science Fiction Society's newsletter The MT Void, MT Void Vol. 38, No. 39, that was sent to us by Mark and Evelyn Leeper. Thank you.

--1 issue of The National Fantasy Fan. George Phillies sent us the latest issue. Thanks George!

--7 issues of George Charters's The Scarr. These are from 1964-1970. Scans by Joe Siclari.

--21 issues of Dick Wilson's Science Fiction Newsletter  from 1937-1938. A blast from the past, these are pretty consistenly 2 pages each and sent out every week. We've added all the issues to complete the run, and replaced two issues that were JPGs with searchable PDFs. Provided and sanned by David Ritter. Thanks David!

--Breaking out individual zines from the Pacificon Combozine, and placing them in their appropriate directories as well. Today: Jack Speer's Matters of Opinion, Morojo's Guteto, and Walt Daugherty's Fan. Scanning by Mark Olson. Thanks Mark!

It's a YouTube day. I've uploaded a 2013 interview of Bob Madle conducted by Joe Siclari at Philcon. From the writeup on YouTube: "A science fiction reader and fan since the early 1930s, Bob Madle has been a part of the SF field for almost 90 years. He has done it all - he's pubbed his ish, worked on conventions, been a TAFF fan fund winner, a worldcon Fan Guest of Honor, and one of the best known book dealers in science fiction. His encyclopedic command of the field is legendary. Bob is the one that named the Hugos (and he talks here about how the awards came to be). In this 2013 interview by fan historian Joe Siclari, Bob talks about it all, from his first entry into fandom to his experiences across the years." Thanks to Syd Weinstein and Philcon 2013 for the recording. https://youtu.be/VP46MzqT67M 

I do believe I failed to note another YouTube upload from last week. This is our earliest recording so far - from the 1960 worldcon, Pittcon. It's an audio recording of James Blish giving his Guest of Honor speech, now decorated with appropriate images. From the writeup: "Pittcon, the 18th World Science Fiction Convention, was held in Pittsburgh, PA in 1960. By permission of the Blish family, we have an almost complete audio recording of James Blish's Guest of Honor Speech. This is a thoughtful, not always complimentary look at the state of contemporary science fiction literature, where it falls short and where it can improve. Very much worth listening to, this short recording (enhanced with images) is just what you'd hope to hear from William Atheling, Jr , Blish's serious and constructive critical pseudonym." https://youtu.be/zKFowEqJ6QM 

For YouTube, I'm starting to put together playlists by decade. If you want to see what we have on the Fanac Fan History YouTube channel, you'll be able to just pull up the appropriate playlist. To find the channel, you can go to YouTube and search on "Fanac Fanhistory" or you can just go to youtube.com/c/FanacFanhistory .

March 27, 2020
Today's additions for your stay-at-home pleasure.

--2 issues of Dream Quest  from Don Wilson. Issue 5 (April 1948) and issue 12 (Nov 1954). Articles by F.T. Laney, Milt Rothman, Art Rapp, Jack Speer and others. Scans by Joe Siclari.

--3 issues of Le Zombie  by Bob Tucker. Who-hoo! We have issues 42-44 from 1941 uploaded today. Contents include the "Annual Eyebrow Lifter Dept", the "Wailing Wall Dept" and the "Interview with Dr. Tucker" by Hoy Ping Pong. Scans by Joe Siclari. Thanks Joe!

--1 issue of Mikros. This is issue 4 (Feb 1939), with "Sabina of the White Cylinder" by Forry Ackerman, an article by Charlie Hornig and more. This fanzine is even older than Joe Siclari, who scanned it.

--3 issues of OSFIC Quarterly  from the early 1970s. This was edited by John Douglas and Gordon Von Toen, and was from the Ontario Science Fiction Club. There are articles by Mike Glicksohn and Susan Glicksohn among others. This is the complete run, and was provided and scanned by Eli Cohen. Thanks Eli!

--1 issue of Satryic, by Edgar Martin. This is issue 1 (Mar 1942). Provided and scanned by Bob Hurter. Thanks Bob!

--1 issue of Science Fiction Checklist, issue 7 (Nov 1941) from Robert and Frances Swisher. This issue provided and scanned by Bob Hurter. Thanks Bob!

--1 issue (of 1) of Whacky. This uncredited 1 page zine was distributed in FAPA 17 (Sept 1941), and Pavlat-Evans says it is possibly by Julius Unger. I'm not sure whether we should think of it as ephemera, or a zine. But here it is, and when we find/scan FAPA 17, it will placed in situ. Scan by Bob Hurter. Thanks Bob!

March 26, 2020
Dale Speirs sent us a PDF of issue #470 (4.3 MB) of his perzine Opuntia. Thanks Dale.

March 25, 2020
Lots of work this week in cleaning up FanewsCard. For the last umpty years, we had a scheme special to cardzines which didn't have much forgiveness for multipage newsletters. Those were therefore listed in a separate directory. As of now, they are all in a single directory for your news junkie appetite. You choose - CNN/BBC/etc and coronavirus today -or- WWII from FanewsCard. You can see them all at http://fanac.org/fanzines/FanewsCard/.

--1 issue of Approach To Infinity, issue 1 from April 1951. This copy of Dollens's beautiful artzine was given by Forry Ackerman to Lee Hoffman. See the inscription on page 3. Scans by Joe Siclari.

--1 issue of Cry of the Nameless. Issue 31 (June 1952), by Wally Weber. Provided and scanned by Richard Lynch. Thanks Rich!

--2 issues of dubious  by Algis Budrys. Pre-FAPAzine from 1960. Scans by Tom Whitmore. Thanks Tom!

--1 issue of Mimosa. Issue 9 (Dec 1990), by Rich and Nicki Lynch. Provided and scanned by Richard Lynch. Thanks Rich!

--1 issue of Opuntia. Dale Speirs sent us a PDF of issue #469 (5.5 MB) of his perzine. Thanks Dale!

--1 issue of John Magnus's Varioso, issue 16 (July 1958). Articles by Harlan Ellison and Ted White, illos by Bill Rotsler. Scan by Tom Whitmore. Thanks Tom!

--PDF replacements: 2 issues of Walt's Wramblings  with PDFs. Scans this time by Bob Hurter. Thanks Bob! Also replaced issue 16 of Laney's Fan-Dango  with a PDF. This one was scanned by Tom Whitmore. Thanks Tom!

--Breaking out individual zines from the Pacificon Combozine, and placing them in their appropriate directories as well. Today: Al and Abby Lu Ashley's En Garde, Walt Liebscher's Chanticleer  and E. Everett Evans's Timebinder. Scanning by Mark Olson. Thanks Mark!

March 20, 2020
Many small corrections have been made, from correcting a typo in Bob Madle's TAFF report (thanks to Nigel Rowe) to removing no longer valid references in a list of convention running fanzines (thanks to John Bray) to adding the 1942 Fanzine Yearbook to the Yearbooks page (thanks to Sam McDonald). Other corrections are still pending. Thanks everyone for sending in the broken bits that you find, and please be patient while I correct them. Thanks!

--Chunder, V5#1 (March 1981) from John Foyster. "The fanzine that brings it up first." Scans by Joe Siclari.

--Contact, 9 issues and 2 supplements from 1956-1957. This is a newszine from Belgium from the Contact Group: Jan Jansen, Ron Bennett, John Hitchcock, Ellis Mills, and sometimes Steve Schulteis. Scans by Joe Siclari.

--Crank, issues 1-3 (1985) edited alternately by Rob Hansen and Ted White. Scans by Joe Siclari.

--CyberCozen, March 2020 issue, from Leybl Botwinik. Thanks Leybl!

--Le Zombie, issues 19 (Dec 39), 49 (Sep 42) and e-Zombie 68 (Oct 2000) all from Bob Tucker of course. Also replaced issues 45 and 46 with searchable PDFs. All but issue 45 were scanned by Joe Siclari. This is a core fanzine for us to scan.

--The MT Void, MT Void Vol. 38, No. 38 - the latest issue of the Mt. Holz Science Fiction Society's newsletter sent by Mark and Evelyn Leeper. Thank you both.

--Science Fiction Parade, issue 7 (Oct 57) from Len Moffatt. Scan by Joe Siclari.

--The Pacificon Combozine, 1946. The combozine of the 4th World SF Convention. Mark Olson scanned this monster (>130 pages) and Joe Siclari has broken it up into the individual fanzines. The link  gets you to the assembled Combozine, but I'll be putting up the individual zines as well with their respective titles. The one-shots will be accessible in the fully assembled Combozine. Thanks Mark and thanks Joe!

--Placebo, issues 1-3.5 and #5 from Moshe Feder and Barry Smotroff. Scans by Joe Siclari.

--Spacewarp, issues 1 (Apr 1947) and 18 (Sep 1948) from Art Rapp. Scans by Joe Siclari. This is a core fanzine for us to scan.

--Vector, issues 126-128. Vector is the Critical Journal of the British Science Fiction Association. These issues edited by Paul Kincaid. Christopher Fowler and the rest of this batch are edited by Dave Wingrove. These are from from the early to mid 1970s. Vector is a core fanzine for us to scan and we have 173 online so far. Thanks to Allen Stroud, Alex Bardy and Polina Levontin and the BSFA for their scans.

March 17, 2020
--Added an issue of The Alchemist  from 1947, and a separate PDF of the Denventioneer issue of the fanzine. This was edited by Charles Ford Hansen, Roy Hunt, and Lew Martin. Nice Roy Hunt cover on the 1947 issue. Some familiar names here like Bob Tucker, 4e, Harry Warner Jr and Art Widner. You can see the entire combozine at http://fanac.org/fanzines/Fanthologies/Fantho25-cv.html. Scans by Joe Siclari.

--Added an issue + of Dan Steffan's Boonfark. The issue was #4 from 1981, and the + part is the issue 4 Zen Vaudeville Encore. This completes the run. Scan by Joe Siclari.

--Added an issue of Bill Watson's Diablerie  from 1945. Features fiction by Joe Fortier and Bob Bloch. The Bloch piece begins:

--Added the last 3 needed issues of Janus  to complete the run. These were provided by editors Jeanne Gomoll and Janice Bogstad. Thanks! Janus has been a core fanzine for us to scan.

--Added one more issue of SF Dividend  by Dick Wilson. This is issue 1, and was distributed with Science Fiction News Letter 10. These are "Free to subscribers of The Science Fiction News Letter". Provided by David Ritter.

--PDF Replacements: SF Echo, issue 1 - new scan by Bob Hurter. http://fanac.org/fanzines/SF_Echo/  Thanks Bob!

--Added 6 more issues of Science Fiction Newsletter  by Dick Wilson. As you might imagine, it's a newszine. These are issues 2-5, 10 and 14 from 1937-1938. The scans were provided by David Ritter. Many thanks David!

--Added the 1 and only issue of Joe Fortier's Twilight. This was a one-shot in 1942, preceding his fanzine Twilight Echoes  by more than 2 years. Scan by Bob Hurter. Thanks Bob!

--Added 4 issues of Van Houten Says, by Raymond Van Houten. These are from 1939-1942. Scans by Joe Siclari.

--Added 5 issues of Jeanne Gomoll's perzine Whimsey  to complete the run. These are issues 3-7, provided by Jeanne herself. Thanks Jeanne!

March 15, 2020
First, today's mea culpa. I had inadvertently given credit for the scan of an issue of Fantast's Folly  to Rob Hansen. It should go to Sam McDonald. Apologies to both gentlemen (and it's fixed now).

--1 issue of Janice Bogstad and Jeanne Gomoll's Janus. This is issue 15 from 1979 and was provided by Jeanne and Janice. Thanks guys!

--2 issues of Janice Bogstad and Jeanne Gomoll's Aurora. These are issues 25 and 26 and were actually edited by Diane Martin. They were provided to us by Jeanne and Janice. With issue 19, Janus changed its name to Aurora and maintained the issue numbering.

--15 issues of Vector, the Critical Journal of the British Science Fiction Association. These are issues: 101-107, and 116-123. The issues from 101-106 were edited by Kevin Smith, issue 107 by Alan Dorey, and the remainder by Geoff Rippington. These are from from the early to mid 1980s. Vector is a core fanzine for us to scan. Thanks to Allen Stroud, Alex Bardy and Polina Levontin and the BSFA for their scans.

--2 issues of Dick Wilson's Science Fiction Newsletter  added. These are issues 36 and 37 from 1938. Two others have been replaced by searchable PDFs (issues 34 and 35). Scans provided by David Ritter. Thanks David!

--3 issues of Energumen  by Mike Glicksohn and Susan Wood. Energumen was nominated for Best Fanzine in 1971 and 1972 and won in 1973. Contributors include Dean Koontz, Ted Pauls, Sandra Miesel, Bob Toomey, Arnie Katz, Bill Rotsler, Bob Shaw, Jack Gaughan. Enough? Provided and scanned by Tom Whitmore. Thanks Tom!

March 14, 2020
--4 issues of Chunder, a newszine by John Foyster out of Melbourne. These are from 1979, and yes, there are Harry Warner Jr letters.

--1 issue of Double Bill, by Bill Bowers and Bill Mallardi. This is the 7th anniversary issue, issue 20 from 1969. Here you will find Harry Warner Jr, Bob Tucker, Leo P. Kelley, Roy Tackett, Terry Jeeves, John and Sandra Miesel, Banks Mebane, Hank Davis andy offut, Steve Fabian, Bill Rotsler, Alicia Austin and others. Something nice to read while you're not thinking about the news. Scan by Joe Siclari.

--5 issues of Le Zombie  by Bob Tucker. We've uploaded issues 1 (1938), 6-7 and 9-10 (1939). This is a core fanzine for us to scan. These scans were provided by David Ritter. Thanks David!

--1 issue of SF Dividend  by Dick Wilson. These are "Free to subscribers of The Science Fiction News Letter". This one was mailed out with issue 18. Provided by David Ritter.

--11 issues of Science Fiction Newsletter  by Dick Wilson. These are issues 15-21, and 23-26, from 1938. We also replaced issue 22 with a searchable PDF. The scans were provided by David Ritter. Many thanks David! Thanks to David, we can really get our 1938 on today.

--2 issues of SF Review  by Richard E. Geis. We've uploaded issue 43 (B Series, March 1971) and issue 13 (C Series, May 1975). This is a core fanzine for us to scan, and the scanning today was done by Joe Siclari.

--1 issue of Spaceship  by Bob Silverberg and Saul Diskin. This is issue 8 (April 1950). Hard to believe this was almost exactly 70 years ago. Scan by Joe Siclari.

From our regular contributing faneds:

Somehow, I unaccountedly missed it when George Phillies sent us a PDF of January 2020's issue of The National Fantasy Fan Federation's The National Fantasy Fan. It's up now, and a belated thanks to George.

We have added the latest issue of the Mt. Holz Science Fiction Society's newsletter The MT Void, MT Void Vol. 38, No. 37, that was sent to us by Mark and Evelyn Leeper. Thank you both

March 13, 2020
--1 issue of Tale of the 'Evans  from E. Everett Evans, Spring 1948. This is issue 18, V5#2. Scan by Joe Siclari.

--1 issue of Texas SF Inquirer. This is issue 40, from 1991, edited by Dale Denton and Alexander Slate. Scan by Joe Siclari.

--6 issues of SF Review  from Richard E. Geis. These are issues 15, 17, 25, 27, 28, and 34 from 1975-1980. This is a core fanzine for us to scan. Scans provided by Jim Harris. Thanks Jim!

--1 issue of Tightbeam, edited by George Phillies and Jon Swartz. From George Philies, we have issue 306 in two parts. Tightbeam, is the clubzine of the NFFF. Thanks George!

--4 issues of Bill Rotsler's Voyage. This is an artzine, with wall-to-wall Rotsler art. Issues run from 1969-1982. Scans by Joe Siclari.

--2 issues of Vernon McCain's Wastebasket. We added issues 1 and 2, and also replaced the retyped version of issue 3 that Judy Bemis did 20 years ago with a searchable PDF. Scans by Joe Siclari. Does anyone have #4? That would finish out the run, I believe. Contributors include Lee Hoffman, Shelby Vick, Mack Reynolds and Walt Willis.

Replaced by PDFs: Issue 3 of Joe Fortier's Scientifan  replaced by a searchable PDF. Scan by Bob Hurter. Thanks Bob!

March 10, 2020
In these trying times, here are more fanzines to keep you good company.

--Issue V2#6 of Gus Willmorth's Fantasy Advertiser. The issue is from 1948, and advertises a copy of the British first edition of H. Rider Haggard's ALLAN QUARTERMAIN for $4. Big money then, and about $44 now. The minimum wage in 1948 was 40 cents (according to interwebs random website). Scan by Joe Siclari.

--Issue 7 of A. Langley Searles's Fantasy Commentator  from the summer of 1945. This is a core zine for us to scan. Scan by Joe Siclari.

--8 issues of Leland Sapiro's Riverside Quarterly. These are Volume 2 and 3 from the late 60s. Contributors include John Sladek, Thomas Disch, Alexei Panshin, R. Bretnor, Chip Delany, etc. The issues were provided by Tom Whitmore, and scanned by Joe Siclari. This is a core fanzine for us to scan.

--Issue 79 of Ethel Lindsay's Scottishe. This is a core fanzine for us to scan. Scan by Joe Siclari.

--23 issues of Vector, the Critical Journal of the British Science Fiction Association. These are issues: 250-272. The issues from 251-265 were edited by Niall Harrison; the issues from 266-272 were edited by Shana Worthen. Issue 250 was edited by Niall Harrison and Geneva Melzack. These are from from 2007-2013. Vector is a core fanzine for us to scan. Thanks to Allen Stroud, Alex Bardy and Polina Levontin and the BSFA for their scans.

--Issue 1 of Lora Crozetti's Venus. This is a 1944 zine (think Retros!). This completes the run. Scanned by Joe Siclari.

March 9, 2020
--14 issues of Terry Jeeves's Erg. These are issues 2, 99-100, 105, 107-111, 116, 128, 137, 154 and 162. They run from 1959 to 2003 - a 44 year long era, an impressively long span for any zine. There's also a 1984 calendar of original art by Terry Jeeves. If you like calendars, there are a few more for you to see - http://fanac.org/fanzines/Calendars/. Erg is a core zine for us to scan. Scans by Joe Siclari.

--7 issues of Ethel Lindsay's Haverings. Today we added issues 21, 24, 26, 28, 30, 32 and 41. These are from the mid 1960s, and provided and scanned by Tom Whitmore. Thanks Tom!

--3 issues of Leland Sapiro's Riverside Quarterly  from the 1960s. These are issues V1#3, V1#4 and V4#1. Contributors include Alexei Panshin, Algis Budrys, ATom, Charles Schneeman, Jack Williamson, Harry Warner Jr. Provided by Tom Whitmore at Loscon 2019, and scanned by Joe Siclari. These are core issues for us to scan. Thanks Tom!

--1 issue of John Magnus's SF. This is issue 8 from Dec 1953, and completes the run. Bill Venable, Harlan Ellison, Jack Harness...Scan by Joe Siclari.

--1 issue of Eric Bentcliffe's Triode. We've added issue 18 from May 1960. These are core issues for us to scan. Issue was provided and scanned by Tom Whitmore.

--4 issues of Buck and Juanita Coulson's Yandro. We've added issues 70-71, 78 and 87 from the late 50s/early 60s. These are core issues for us to scan. Provided and scanned by Tom Whitmore. Thanks Tom!

--An Index to SF Review Nos 28-43, by Gregory Bridges, published in 1983 for FAPA. Scans by Joe Siclari


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