Now & Then
A lighthearted mimeographed fanzine published in the 1950s by UK fans Eric Needham and Harry Turner in Romiley, Cheshire, for OMPA and the Romiley Fan Veterans & Scottish Dancing Society. Among other things, it introduced Widowers.
|1||August 28, 1954||4||In the first mailing of OMPA.|
|2||November 1954||10||Introduced Widowers. In OMPA 2; single-sided.|
|3||March 1955||12||Widowers Wart Remover story. In OMPA 3, but becoming a genzine.|
|1-3||23||Combined reprint of issues 1–3.|
|4||June 1955||14||In OMPA 4.|
|7||June 1956||20||In OMPA 8.|
|8||January 1957||16||Ergonomics symposium. Pat Patterson illos.|
|9||Mid-1957||8||“Home & Gardens” issue, incorporated in Walt Willis’ Hyphen 25; final issue.|
Now & Then was republished in 2013 in a collected facsimile edition with the title Now & Then Revisited.
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