A fanzine by Raymond Fisher which started in the 40s and, with a hiatus between 1951 and 1966, was still being published in the 60s, and had at least eighteen issues. Richard Elsberry and Joyce M. Fisher co-edited some issues. It was one of the more respected general interested fanzines of the 60s and was nominated for the 1968 Best Fanzine Hugo.
Issue 17, dated Sept 1967, is 88 pages long and includes an article on "Paranoia in and of Science Fiction" by Ted White, "The Art of Morality" by Ray Nelson, and a portfolio of artwork by DEA (Margaret M. Dominick), who also did the cover. It is heavily illustrated. Letters from (among others) Stan Woolston, Urbanus Sylvan, Ray Nelson, Dick Lupoff, Don Wollheim, Roger Zelazny, H. L. Gold, John Christopher, Harry Warner Jr., Don D'Ammassa and Tony Lewis.
Joe Haldeman's column "Letters from Vietnam" appeared here.
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