A fanzine published by The Nameless Ones, a club in Seattle, as their "official literary publication." Sinisterra was the club's first clubzine, but it appeared under this title for only eight issues. After the mid-1950s, Cry of the Nameless became the club's OO, winning the 1960 Best Fanzine Hugo.
An interesting feature of Sinisterra was the inclusion of photographs on the covers and/or interior pages.
A detailed, retrospective review of the Autumn, 1950 (Volume 1, Number 3) issue was published in Scientifiction: The First Fandom Report (New Series, Number 1, 1st Quarter, 2004).
|1||April 1950||40||ed. G. M. Carr|
|2||Summer 1950||40||ed. Carr, Burnett Toskey and Richard Frahm|
|4 V1.4||Winter 1950||60|
|6 V2.2||Autumn 1954||36||ed. William Austin and Royal Drummond|
|7 V2.3||Winter 1954-55||44||ed. Wally Weber|
|8 V2.4||Spring 1955||72|
Sinisterra online at fanac.org.
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