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Fanzine edited by Douglas W. F. Mayer for the Science Fiction Association at Leeds, England. The zine ran for three issues from October 1937 through March 1938 and included early works by Arthur C. Clarke, William F. Temple, and Eric C. Williams. Page count ranged from 9-18 pages.

Entry in The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction.

Issue Date Pages Notes
1 October 1937 9
2 December 1937 18 includes Clarke's "Travel by Wire!", Clarke's first published work
3 March 1938 18 includes Clarke's "Retreat From Earth", and "How We Went to Mars". The later story won a 1939 Best Short Story Retro Hugo. Final issue

Publication 19371938
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