A fanzine published by Terry Carr and Pete Graham. It began in 1958 and was originally intended to be a oneshot since Carr was still publishing Innuendo. Graham moved to New York, revived Lighthouse and released two issues on his own as a Fapazine. When Carr also moved to New York in 1961, he again became co-editor. Later, Carr became editor and Graham wrote a column for it. There were fifteen issues total. It was nominated the 1967 Best Fanzine Hugo and the 1968 Best Fanzine Hugo.
Contributing writers included Redd Boggs, Carol Carr, Sid Coleman, Philip K. Dick, Gina Ellis, Pat Lupoff, Dick Lupoff, George Metzger, Alva Rogers, Joanna Russ, Ted White, Walt Willis, and Don Wollheim. Contributing artists included Hannes Bok, Jack Gaughan, and Ray Nelson.
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