Redd Boggs' column, "File 13", was especially important. Other contributors included Forrest J Ackerman, Henry Ackerman, Michael De Angelis, Warren Baldwin, Wrai Ballard, Donn Bratton, Donn Brazier, Guerry C. Brown, W. E. Bullard, Charles Burbee, Lyon de Coeur, Wilkie Conner, Arthur Jean Cox, Ed Cox, Paul D. Cox, Jim Craig, Ralph Fluette, Vaughn Greene, Andy Gregg, John Grossman, Charles Hames, Jim Harmon, William James, David H. Keller, Joe Kennedy, F. Towner Laney, Carl Lawrence, Al F. Lopez, Don McConnell, C. Stewart Metchette, Ray Nelson, Robert Parris, Rog Phillips, Bill Rotsler, Hal Shapiro, Ben Singer, Rick Sneary, Genevieve K. StephensBob Stein, , Charles Stuart, Bob Tucker, Bill Venable, James A. Wade, T. E. Watkins, and Wally Weber.
In 1983, Rapp resumed publishing Spacewarp as a member of SAPS.
|From Fancyclopedia 2 ca 1959|
|Something that when you go into it in a straight line you come out at a different place, and/or going in a different direction, than you should according to Newtonian physics. Fans are always wandering into such things in strange cities and getting losted. A slightly different affair was the turntable on which the Shirley-Savoy in Denver was mounted, so that the Denvention attendees could start near the hotel, walk for blocks and blocks, and still be near the hotel.|
|33||December 1949||40||Includes index through September 1949|
|41||August 1950||16||This was the first Insurgent issue, co-edited with Charles Burbee and F. T. Laney|
|42||September 1950||82||This was the real Insurgent issue, co-edited with Charles Burbee and F. T. Laney|
|131||Includes Robert Lichtman's Here There Be Saps #1 (Second Series)|
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