This one's complicated!
It was originally was a clubzine named Bulletin of the Cleveland Science Fantasy Society, (unsurprisingly for the Cleveland Science Fantasy Society). After becoming editor in 1952, Ellison published five issues as a clubzine before changing the title to Science Fantasy Bulletin (published through Fanvariety Enterprises) to show that it had become his own fanzine. After changing the title, he published nine issues through 1954. The last three issues were again renamed, this time to Dimensions. The last issue was published in 1957.
Honey Wood was a long-time senior staff member.
|As Bulletin of the Cleveland Science Fantasy Society|
|*13 V2.2 / 3||March 30, 1952||31||Harlan Ellison becomes editor|
|*14 V2.3 / 4||April 1952||50|
|*15 V2.4 / 5||May 1952||35|
|*16 V2.5 / 6||June 1952||48|
|*17 / 7||August 1952||31|
|Renamed Science Fantasy Bulletin|
|*8 V1.8||September 1952||82|
|*9 V1.9||October 1952||49|
|*10 V1.10||November 1952||37|
|*11 V1.11||December 1952||53|
|*12 V1.12||January 1953||37|
|*13 V2.1||March 1953||90||Last issue titled Science Fiction Bulletin|
|Title changed to Dimensions|
|*14||May-July, 1954||62||(title change is complete)|
Dimensions online at fanac.org
Next the name was taken over by an apazine published by Larry Shaw for both FAPA and OMPA named Dimensions 16. He used covers that Harlan had had printed for Dimensions #16 on several issues, but no materials from the zine.
Dimensions 16 online at fanac.org
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