Possibly the first Canadian fanzine, published in the late 1930s by Nils Helmer Frome. It included both hectography and mimeography. (Other sources say lithography.) The Canadian Science Fiction Fan might have been earlier, but the proof it existed is scanty.
|1||October 1936 or January 1937||32||Sources disagree on publication date.|
|2||March 1938||Final issue. Includes H. P. Lovecraft’s story "Nyarlathotep" and his short article "Notes on Writing Weird Fiction" and Clark Ashton Smith's poem "Alienation" plus material by Duane Rimel and H. Rider Haggard.|
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