(1) Fanzine by Jim Bradley and Malcom Willits
Fanzine published by Jim Bradley and Malcom Willits of Portland, OR with ten issues (one a double issue) between its start in 1950 and its end in summer 1954. Partway through, Jim Bradley was replaced as co-editor by Earl Kemp.
Contributors included: Manly Banister, Richard Bergeron, D. Bruce Berry, Robert Bloch, Hannes Bok, Chesley Bonestell, Bob Briney, Henry Chabot, Arthur C. Clarke, Roberta Collins, Vernel Coriell, Donald B. Day, August Derleth, Miles Eaton, Pat Eaton, Henry Ebel, P. H. Economou, Lloyd Arthur Eshbach, Norman R. Jaffray, Robert Johnson, Max Keasler, David H. Keller, Nancy Kemp, Allen Kenney, L. Stern Lawrence, Walter Lee, Jr., Lilith Lorraine, Charles Magana, Julian May, Carol McKinney, Sam Moskowitz, Frank Oriole, Naaman Peterson, Ralph Rayburn Philips, Paul Powlesland, Darrell C. Richardson, Haskell Richardson, Elliot Rockmore, Nancy Share, Stanley R. Sommer, Shelby Vick, Wernher von Braun, Wally Weber, George Wetzel, Fred L. Whipple, Mari Wolf, Ed Wood.
(All issues were Volume 1.)
|1||Spring 1950||12||Editors are Jim Bradley and Malcom Willits|
|4-5||Summer-Fall 1951||30||Double issue|
|7||Winter 1953||32||Editors are Earl Kemp and Malcom Willits|
|11||Fall 1954||64||Last issue|
|Publication||Reasonator Search Files 1950—1954|
|Other contributors:Ralph Rayburn Phillips|
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