|Two publishing houses have carried this name. The first was a combine of Taurasi, Gillespie, and R. G. Thompson, around the 1937-1938 year's end, soon shifting into Taurasi-Thompson Publications.
In November of 1938, Jim Avery and Harry Warner launched another group called United Publications. It was notable for a definite set of rules: Only one member to a city; only new fanzines to be admitted; and a strong curb on religious, political, and other controversial material (the Spaceways policy). After a few months it ceased to be heard of.