This is Entropy #1, November 1964, edited and published by Terry Carr, 41 Pierrepont Street, Brooklyn, New York, 11201 (USA). Published quarterly.
To view Entropy #1 issue that is available on-line, please click on its Title column.
|ATom||fan in attic with piles of fanzines||1||Cover|
|Hoffman, Lee||Fan lookin at speaker list of hoax fans||2||Fillo|
|Hoffman, Lee||the Day etaoinshrdlu earth blew up||3||Fillo|
|Tucker, Bob||The Iron Curtain Drops||5-9||Fan Fic.||reprinted from Oopsla #9, January 1, 1953|
|Hoffman, Lee||Iron Curtain Drops, The||5, 9||illo:2|
|Youd, Sam||Science Fiction League, Upper Fifth Branch||10-13||Article||from Fission #3, March 1955|
|Hoffman, Lee||Science Fiction League, Upper Fifth Branch||10, 13||illo:2|
|English, Dave||The Little Boy Who Bit People||14-16||Am.Fict.||from Fiendetta #6, December 1953|
|Stiles, Steve||Little Boy Who Bit People, The||14, 16||illo:2|
|Liebscher, Walt||I Want to Pass Away in Pasadena||17||Poetry||from A Bas #9, November 1956|
|Trimble, Bjo||I Want to Pass Away in Pasadena||17||illo|
|Grennell, Dean A.||Hup No Mo', Hupmobile||18-19||Article||from Contour #11, May 1957|
|Hoffman, Lee||Hup No Mo', Hupmobile||18||illo|
|Darrow, Jack||A Bit of Travesty on Fan Letters by One Who Writes Them||20||Fan Fic.||from The Fourteen Leaflet #9, Spring 1937|
|Stiles, Steve||Bit of Travesty on Fan Letters by One Who Writes Them, A||20||illo|
|Ashworth, Mal||The Most Unforgettables Lupin Man I Ever Met||21-24||Article||from Brennschluss #4, Spring 1960|
|ATom||Most Unforgettables Lupin Man I Ever Met, The||21, 24||illo:2|
|Barrett, Mervyn||fan with placard: The end of SF is at hand||25||Fillo|
|issues will be available for 25¢||each, four for $1.00, or for letters|
|Lighthouse anyway, may want to trade with Entropy instead|
|by the estate of Terry Carr and reprinted with|
Cover by Arthur Thomson. Back cover by Mervyn Barrett.
Interior illustrations by Lee Hoffman, Steve Stiles, Arthur Thomson and
(All but the back cover, contents page and editorial illos stencilled by the artists.)
This first issue was distributed with the November 1964 FAPA mailing, the December 1964 OMPA mailing, and the January 1965 SAPS mailing. Future of comment. (FAPA members, who would receive my regular tradezine let me know and I'll act accordingly.)permission.
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