|1 —||September 1941 —||Fantasy Times||James V. Taurasi|
|Fantasy Times||Sam Moskowitz|
|2.2 —||June 1942 —||Fantasy Reporter||Sam Moskowitz|
|— 269||November 1946 — April 1957||Fantasy Times||James V. Taurasi|
|270 — 437||May 1957 — 1966||Science-Fiction Times||James V. Taurasi||(it is possible that #s 436 and 437 never appeared)|
|438 — 451||January 1967 — February 1968||Science Fiction Times||James Ashe||Substantially reformatted and now published from Syracuse, NY.|
|452 — 454||March 1968 — May 1968||Science Fiction Times||James Ashe no longer listed as editor; Ann F. Dietz listed as "Managing Editor"|
|455 — 465||June 1968 — April 1969||Science Fiction Times||Ann F. Dietz|
|March 1980||Science Fiction Times||Vincent McCaffrey|
|V10.1||1981?||Science Fiction Times||Andrew Adams Whyte||Printed in newspaper format|
In its early days it was more of a general fanzine which included news, but in its later days was almost exclusively devoted to pro news. The handover from Taurasi to Moskowitz happened when Taurasi went into the military to serve in the War. It claimed to be the first photo-offset fanzine in history.
James Blish was its book reviewer around 1956, and it won the Hugo for Best Fanzine in 1955 and 1957. In the late 40s, it had an "International Edition" with some Spanish-language content. Upon its demise, its news-reporting function was effectively taken over by Locus.
Two issues can be found at http://www.fanac.org/fanzines/Fantasy_Times/
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