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A fanzine published in January, 1946 by Jim-E Daugherty. Only one issue was published. This may be the first ever (essentially) all-woman anthology in SF.
|*1||January 1946||21||Extensive article by Tigrina, "The Lady Takes A Powder," on women and horror movies. Contributions from editor Jim-E Daugherty, Mrs. M. C. Wyers, Helen B. Dewey (wife of Los Angeles fan G. Gordon Dewey), Mary Gnaedinger (editor of Famous Fantastic Mysteries) and Jonne Evans (daughter of SF writer E. Everett Evans). Cover artwork by Fay Dishington.|
|Pacificon||July 1946||1||More of an ad, either for issue #1 or in preparation for the never published #2.|
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