Tomorrow And… was a fanzine edited by Jerry Lapidus and Mike Bradley. There were at least 9 issues. It started publishing by offset printing with issue 3. With issue 5, it moved from the standard "portrait" format of most fanzines to a "landscape" format, with text mostly in two wide columns (but many experiments with illustrations and orientation). It was connected with the University of Chicago Science Fiction Society for the first 4 issues, and the Syracuse University Science Fiction Society for issues 5 and 6.
|8||1971||50||Plus 20 pages of letters and 14 pages of books|
Some highlights of individual issues:
Issue 3 was published in October 1968, and is marked on both the cover and title page as "Volume 1 Number 2" — but the letter column and pagination make it clear that it is issue 3. Includes a Baycon report by Lapidus (illustrated with photographs); editorials; reviews, including reviews of 2001 by Lapidus, Mark Aronson and Robert Bloch; fiction by Jim Kinney ("Deathlab"); and letters from Harry Warner Jr., Linda Eyster (later Bushyager), Harriet Kolchak, Darrell Schweitzer and others. Illustrators include Jack Gaughan, Steve Herbst, Richard Delap, Connie Reich, and Mike Gilbert. 46 pages plus covers.
Issue 4 was published in 1969, and features three stories by Harlan Ellison, reviews, editorials, quizzes and letters. The letter column includes notes from Bloch, Silverberg, Piers Anthony, Dean Koontz, Harry Warner Jr., Joyce Muskat, Harry Harrison, Asimov, Lin Carter, Schweitzer, Richard Bergeron, and more — a completist's nightmare! Illustrators include everyone from issue 3 (above) plus Mike Jump, Joni Stopa, a. j. offutt, and Lee Barker. 52 pages plus covers.
Issue 5 (first landscape format issue) was published in 1971, and adds "Lisa Tuttle" as one of the co-editors (quotes present in the original). Editorials, poetry by Schweitzer, article by offutt (on writing), fiction by Herbst, quizzes; no letter column. Illustrations by Connie Reich Faddis, Mike Gilbert, Jim McLeod, Dan Osterman, and Bill Rotsler. 28 pages including covers.
Issue 6 is undated, but internal evidence places it after the Nebula Awards and before the Hugo Awards in 1971 (Ringworld is listed as having won the Nebula and being nominated for the Hugo). Another article on writing by offutt, column by Rosemary Ullyot, editorials, reviews, and letters by Robert E. Margroff, Bill Bowers, Joe Hensley, Harry Warner Jr., Sandra Miesel, Frank Lunney, John F. Kusske, Donald G. Keller, Ned Brooks, Schweitzer, Roger Bryan, and Gary Labowitz. Illustrations by everyone in issue 5 plus Grant Canfield, Derek Carter, Jonh Ingham, Jay Kinney, and Dan Steffan. 28 pages including covers.