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A one-shot fanzine published in April 1933 by John Michel and Edward Gervais.

It was reviewed in William Crawford and D. R. Welch's Science Fiction Bibliography, published in 1935:

The Radiagram is a typewritten affair edited by John B. Michel and Edward Gervais. No stranger collection of scientific fallacies and misinformation has ever been put into print—an unbelievable revelation of callow thinking, and juvenile maunderings. Lasted but one issue, April 1933.

Publication 1933
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