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Opus was a fanzine published by Max Keasler of St Louis. Its first issue was a joint issue with Ray Nelson's fanzine Universe and named Universal Fanvariety. Starting with issue 2 it was named Fanvarity and then in 1952 it was effectively continued under the name Opus. Note that the number of Opus was all over the map using a mixture -- different each issue -- of the Fanvariety numbering scheme, a new start-from-1 Opus numbering scheme and a V2#1... scheme.
Staff: Marie Louise Share (Associate Editor) and Nancy Gerding (Assistant Editor).
|1||October 1950||18||titled Universal Fanvariety|
|#1||January 1952||28||Now titled Opus|
|#15 V2.2||January 1952||28||(This may actually have been the February issue)|
|#5 #18 V2.5||June 1952||22|
|#6 #19 V2.6||July 1952||22|
|#20 V2.7||January 1953||36|
Fanvariety online at fanac.org Opus online at fanac.org
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