(1908 -- 1971)
Allen Glasser was an early fan, active in the 1930s. He was president of the pioneering club, the Scienceers and edited The Planet, probably SF's second fanzines in the early 1930s. He wrote about the Scienceers in John Christopher's fanzine Sphere: See Allen Glasser's History of The Scienceers. He used Sears Langell as a penname. Staring in 1932, he edited The Time Traveller.
He had a short story, "Across the Ages," published in the August, 1933, issue of Amazing.
In the 1950s, he was one of the founding members of the Lunarians.
Also involved: - Conrad H. Ruppert - Mort Weisinger - Phoxphyre - The Fantasy Fan - The Science Fiction Fanzine Reader: Focal Points 1930-1960 - The Scienceers - Warren Fitzgerald
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