Round 7 of the auction

Auction winners this round: Thomas Bull wins Parergon Papers. Auction income total: $183. Non-auction income: $1,500.

Last chance to bid on unbid-upon items, i.e. items with a [_] in place of [3].

NO new items in this round. Additional info about the BeABOEMAs, below.

Bids must be sent to this email address: sjhtnippon2007 AT yahoo DOT ca.

Rest of auction rules and auction info, see Round 1 posting.

BeaABOHEMA 3, March 1968 includes a Piers Anthony article, “The Contest: A Confession” (three pages), and the first installment of his column, “Babble” (seven pages). BeABOHEMA 5, August 1969 includes Anthony’s “Babble” column (12 pages) plus a near-seven-page-long letter beginning “Dean Koontz’s column: I’m almost getting to like Dean, though I wouldn’t stoop so far as to kiss him. Might make him pregnant, you know. But I wonder at his reasoning.” The installment of Koontz’s SF movie column titled “Way Station” runs three pages in this issue.

L2 - [2] - BEABOHEMA 3, March 1968, 80 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited and copyright by Francis G. Lunney.
Cover by Jim McLeod. Back cover by Robert E. Gilbert. Beabohema began picking up speed with its third issue. “The Contest: A Confession” begins “In late 1962 I decided to end it all. All work, that is; I packed my wife off to earn my living, while I stayed home and wrote science fiction. The same time that I made my first sale, I joined a fan organization called NFFF (I was once informed the initials stood for National Funny Farm Federation), so my indoctrination as a neo-writer and neo-fan were simultaneous.” This a great True or False SF writer question: Piers Anthony was a member of the N3F. Answer: True. And there is more Anthony in BAB 3: a column titled Babble. Also the first installment of Leo P. Kelly’s column; an article by sometime Anthony novel collaborator Robert E. Margroff, co-writer with Anthony of The Ring; “First Impressions of Fandom” by Dale A. Goble, Jr.,; “Fandom’s Vocal Point,” fanzine reviews by Al Snider; Seth Dogramajian’s Bull Artist column which begins “First off, I would like to publicly make amends with Jack Gaughan about that business with Frazetta last issue.” The Ring is reviewed by Faith Lincoln. A Gaughan letter leads off the letter column; also a LoC from Bob Silverberg (still living in New York City).
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Daniel Reitz bids $80.00

L3 – [2] - BEABOHEMA 5, August 1969, 110 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited and copyright by Francis G. Lunney.
Annish issue. A four page cover by Jim McLeod and Gabe Eisenstein, about Old Wave stalwart John J. Pierce and the New Wave. Back cover by Robert E. Gilbert. Dean Koontz contributes a column titled “Way Station” about movies. Also more “Babble” by Anthony, “Axe-Grindings: A Tribute to Truth” by Ron Smith; “A Feghooting” by Denny Lien; “Nobody Believes in Me” by Joe Hensley; “John J. Pierce and the 3rd Foundering” by Goble. More than 30 pages of letters, including an epic by Anthony, also Koontz, and James Blish.
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Daniel Reitz bids $100

B8 – [2] – SCYTHROP 22, April 1971, 48 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: Australia. Edited by John Bangsund.
Cover by John Sandler. Contents include “The View In” by Ursula K. Le Guin; “My Life and Grimes” by A. Bertram Chandler; “Syncon 70” by John Foyster; “On and Off the Abomnibus” by John Brosnan; “The March of Mind” by Bangsund; “Plumbers of the Cosmos” by George Turner.
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David Kelleher bids $5.00

G8 – [2] – ENERGUMEN 16, September 1981, 106 pages, heavy covers, mimeo. Country of Publication: Canada. Edited by Mike Glicksohn.
Susan Wood in memoriam issue, also 11th anniversary issue. Cover by Derek Parks-Carter; back cover by Joan Hanke-Woods. Interior art by Alicia Austin, Jim Barker, Harry Bell, Grant Canfield, Derek Carter, Phil Foglio, Jack Gaughan, C. Lee Healy, Jay Kinney, Tim Kirk, Jim Odbert, Bill Rotsler, Stu Shiffman, Dan Steffan, Joan Hanke-Woods. Contents: “Feedback From The Mike” by Mike Glicksohn; “Several Cents Worth” by Susan Wood; “Some Words from the Publisher” by Mike Glicksohn; “Notes for a Fanarkle” by Dave Locke’; “Thots While Lawn-Mowing” by Ted White; AutoClave GoH speech by Gene Wolfe; “Too Good for Pica” by Steve Leigh; “BoSH of Arabia” by Bob Shaw; “Thots While Swinging” by Bill Bowers; “At the Mountains of Mimeography” by Patrick Nielsen-Hayden; “An Informal History of Modern Science Fiction” by Joe Haldeman; “God and the Laundromat” by Mike Glicksohn; “The March of Mind” by John Bangsund; “Group Dynamics of Conventional Assembly” by Dave Langford; an Entropy Reprint, “The Fan Who Hated Quote Cards” by Terry Carry; “Kumquat May” column by Rosemary Ullyot; “The Fine Arts of Juggling and Computer Programming” by Ro Lutz-Nagey; “Back Page” by Susan Wood.
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Greg Hansford bids $35.00

R1 – [1] – PEON 22, May 1952, 34 pages plus covers, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Charles Lee Riddle.
Cover by Anuillo Amabile (sp?). Fourth annish. Peon Notes by Riddle, fiction Larry Saunders; The Vizigraph and I by Jerry Bixby (about his editorship of Planet Stories); fiction by Harry Weatherby; Experting Second Hand by James Blish (on writing non-fiction for Planet and Bixby); fiction by Kilian Houston Brunner, better known as John Brunner; Fanzines: A Personal Opinion, by Edward Wood; Checklist of British Unknowns, by Riddle; letter to editor from Dave Mason; Studies In Poe by George Wetzel; “Life With Fodder” faan fiction by Len J. Moffatt; Fantastuff (publishing news, and nominations for best of the year as a poem) by Terry Carr; Thoughts While Strolling, by E. Hoffman Price; The Fan Press (fanzine reviews) by Riddle.
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Mike Resnick bids $3.00

R2 – [1] – PEON 23, July 1952, 28 pages plus covers, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Charles Lee Riddle.
Cover by Ron Rentz. Peon Notes by Riddle, fiction by Joe Hensley, Politics and STF or The Robot and the Komisar (article) by Dave Mason; Jim Harmon on fan feuds; Lee Hoffman explains “I Was Robert Bloch”; Galaxy editor H. L. Gold describes “Galaxy and the Femme Fatale”; Fantastuff column by Terry Carr; T. E. Watkins is the “Kan Kan Kabitzer” writing about fans and pros.
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Mike Resnick bids $3.00

R3 – [1] – PEON 26, February 1953, 32 pages plus covers, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Charles Lee Riddle.
Cover by Les Chapman. Peon Notes by Riddle, fiction by Dave Mason, Figmos column number 2 by Hal Shapiro, The Definition of Science Fiction, by Jim Hayden, The Fan Press (fanzine reviews) by John Ledyard, Test Yourself, by Ken Slater, Limited Editions – Big Deal, by Larry Saunders, Fantastuff column, by Terry Carr, including a Pogo-hommage poem in which Carr announces his picks for the year’s best in SF; a terrible one-page poem by Isabelle E. Dinwiddie; The Howell Magazines, by John Marim.
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Mike Resnick bids $3.00

R4 – [1] – PEON 27, May 1953, 32 pages plus covers, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Charles Lee Riddle.
Cover by McIntyre. Peon Notes by Riddle; fiction by Joe Hensley; articles by Riddle and by Ian T. Macauley about the number of SF mags being published (28) and announced (two) (cost of buying all issues of 28 titles for a year: $61.80); fiction by Larry Saunders; and columns: T. E. Watkins’s Kan Kan Kabitzer, Jim Harmon’s Harmony, Terry Carr’s Fantastuff, John Ledyard’s The Fan Press.
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Alistair Durie bids $10

R5 – [1] – PEON 31, March 1954, 42 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Charles Lee Riddle. Last sheet is loose.
Cover by D. Young. One-page poem by Isabelle E. Dinwiddie; fiction by R. L. Peters; Jim Harmon’s Harmony column; Bob Tucker reviews L. Sprague de Camp’s Science Fiction Handbook; T. E. Watkins’s Kan Kan Kabitzer column; one page of cartoons by Denness Morton; Terry Carr’s Fantastuff column; Dick Clarkson on the prozines; Ian T. Macauley reviews fanzines; Peon Notes by Riddle.
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Alistair Durie bids $10

B10 – [1] – STICKY QUARTERS 13, November 1985, 58 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Brian Earl Brown.
Covers by Taral. A terrific fanthology of travel writing, majority by DUFF and TAFF winners. To England section: Two-Fisted TAFF Tale” by Terry Hughes; Tackett’s Travels in TAFFland by Roy Tackett; “The Long Way to Tipperary by Sam Long. To Australia section: “Kaufman Coast to Coast by Jerry Kaufman; The Three P’s: Perdue, Pigs & Petards by Joyce Scrivner. To America section: “The Grizzly Bear Lodge by Taral; Tyre Tracks Over America by Christine Ashby. Elsewhere: The Evil Empire Strikes Back by Gregory Benford; A Naturalist Abroad by Mary Walsh. And To The Poke With Mashed Potatoes by Eric Myer. Interior art by the Usual Suspects.
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Denny Lien bids $6.00

R6 – [1] – FUMETTI REPORT, September, 1982, 12 pages, photocopy. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Bill Rotsler.
“The FUMETTI REPORT is available for more or less free to those interested in my fumetti projects for HEAVY METAL & EPIC, and those costumers and meddlers who would like a forum, to pass on hints and techniques/ideas/etc.” Includes a recipe for making paper-mache pulp, and a photocopied three- page letter from Mike Resnick in which Mike suggests “However, I think the time has come for someone besides Joni Stopa to explain why so many of the so-called Master Category costumers are opposed to categories at all.”
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Robert Lichtman bids $5.00

B11 – [3] – ONE OFF 8, Easter 1980, 48 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: Great Britain. Edited by Dave Bridges.
Cover by D. West. Ted White likes Dave Bridges’s fanzine enough that he will pay money for an issue that he does not own. Ten pages by Bridges, plus a major article by D. West titled “Ah, Sweet Arrogance” of 20 pages, plus nine more pages by Bridges.
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Thomas Bull bids $6.00

C7 – [1] – HOLIER THAN THOU 20, 1984, 112 blue pages plus gatefold white cover, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Marty & Robbie Cantor.
Cover by Brad Foster titled First Contact With An Alien Race 2842 AD, the famous XXX foldout cover on issue XX (Holier Than Thou used Roman numerals for numbering). Editorials, Great Ghu! By Lee Hoffman, The Limey Run (conclusion) by John Berry, Entropy Reprints by Terry Carr, After the Atom by Joe Kennedy, The Law and Order Handbook – Chapter 6 by Richard Weinstock, Ode to the Holy Reagan Empire by Stephen Dedman, Fangdom by Richard Bergeron, All My Yesterdays - Chapter 2 by Harry Warner, Jr., The Pied Typer by Mile Glyer, Bird-Raising for Phun and Prophet plus letters of comments (pages 64 through 105).
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Thomas Bull bids $5.00

B12 – [2] – LOCUS 27-36, 53-71, 73-154, May 5, 1969 through Jan. 26, 1974, more than 120 issues, a pile five inches high, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Copyright Charlie Brown, and also some times Marsha Brown and some times Dena Brown.
Locus in its youth, trying to grow a beard and smoking a pipe to look cool; no colour ads from publishers but, occasionally, flyers; no slick paper and no photos of authors and book covers, but art by fans.
Locus 27’s cover heading is by Vera Heminger and cartoon by Jack Gaughan. Interior art by Tim Kirk, Richard Flinchbaugh, Dian Pelz, Bill Rotsler, Mike Symes, Eddie Jones. Eight pages plus the St. Louiscon 27th World S.F. Convention Hugo Nomination Ballot.
These issues of Locus are desirable alone for lovers of fan art. Headings in No. 27: FURTHER GALAXY NEWS, OXCON 1969 (GALACTIC FAIR); FANZINE NOTES; APA NOTES; MISC. NOTES; CLUB AND COLLEGE NEWS; JACK CHALKER WRITES “DRAGONS AND NIGHTMARES by Robert Bloch…” Ace Books news; MAGAZINE NEWS; FANZINE REVIEWS; BRITISH MAGAZINE NEWS; MISCELLANEOUS LATE NOTES ON EVERYTHING; CLIPPINGS.
Skipping to the last issue in this lot, Locus 154 (12 pages plus flyers for International Star Trek Convention; Hyperion Press “23 CLASSICS OF SCIENCE FICTION two flyer ad, Owlswick Press “The art of ROY G KRENKEL, HJMR Newslist Science Fiction Edition) has a large Tim Kirk drawing on the cover and a Jack Gaughan cartoon on the back page. Headings: CHARLES R. TANNER (obituary); MORE BY TOLKIEN; WORLDCON NEWS; EDITORIAL MEANDERINGS; MARKETS; WANTED; PEOPLE; BOOKS; SF BOOK CLUB SELECTIONS; BESTS OF THE YEAR; AWARD RECOMMENDATIONS 1973; CONVENTIONS; ORIGINAL ANTHOLOGY; LOCUS LOOKS AT BOOKS reviews by Dick Lupoff (two pages); Robert Silverberg and Baird Searles (two pages); Tony Lewis (one page); MAGAZINE CONTENTS; MISC. NOTES; MEDIA NOTES. From the headings you can see the swing away from fan news between 1969 and the start of 1974.
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Larry Bigman bids $36.00

G9 – [_] – XENIUM 15, January 1990, 22 blue pages plus heavier white covers, mimeo. Country of Publication: Canada. Edited by Mike Glicksohn.
Cover by Joan Hanke Woods. Interior art by ATom, George Barr, Randy Bathurst, Derek Carter, Vic Kostriken, Tim Blackmore, Paul Neary, Bill Rotsler, Stu Shiffman, Written contents: THE TIME HAS COME, THE WALRUS SAID… Where the editor reports how the times they are a’changin’, by Mike Glicksohn; LINCOLN’S MOTHER’S DOCTOR’S DOG…Joe Haldeman types up a tale to show how and how not to do so; OWED TO A UROLOGIST Joe adds a poem to stir up your feelings; INTIMATIONS OF IMMORTALITY/INTIMATIONS OF IMMORALITY The inside story from Elessar Tetramariner with sub-titles (yes, all of them) by Pink Floyd; FUN ON THE TAFF TRAIL DITTO IN TORONTO A Non-Twin Non-TAFF report by Christina Lake; THE RAPE OF THE LOC Where the loccers see their names writ large; Mike’s credit card receipt from Phantasia Press, the reason why XENIUM is The Fanzine That Gives You Something Extra. XENIUM 15 was published after a gap of four years; also the last issue, says R. Graeme Cameron’s entry in his CanFancyclopedia http://members.shaw.ca/rgraeme/x.html

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MINIMUM BID: $4.00

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Round 6 of the auction

Auction winners this round: Frank Lunney: Syndrome 3; Alistair Durie: Fanhistorica 4, Outworlds 20; Sandra Bond: Energumen 3; Energumen 13; Energumen 15. Auction income total: $180.

Last chance to bid on unbid-upon items, i.e. items with a [_] in place of [3].

New items in this round are below the repeated previous round bid items.

Bids must be sent to this email address: sjhtnippon2007 AT yahoo DOT ca.

Rest of auction rules and auction info, see Round 1 posting.

L2 - [3] - BEABOHEMA 3, March 1968, 80 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited and copyright by Francis G. Lunney.
Cover by Jim McLeod. Back cover by Robert E. Gilbert. Beabohema began picking up speed with its third issue. “The Contest: A Confession” begins “In late 1962 I decided to end it all. All work, that is; I packed my wife off to earn my living, while I stayed home and wrote science fiction. The same time that I made my first sale, I joined a fan organization called NFFF (I was once informed the initials stood for National Funny Farm Federation), so my indoctrination as a neo-writer and neo-fan were simultaneous.” This a great True or False SF writer question: Piers Anthony was a member of the N3F. Answer: True. And there is more Anthony in BAB 3: a column titled Babble. Also the first installment of Leo P. Kelly’s column; an article by sometime Anthony novel collaborator Robert E. Margroff, co-writer with Anthony of The Ring; “First Impressions of Fandom” by Dale A. Goble, Jr.,; “Fandom’s Vocal Point,” fanzine reviews by Al Snider; Seth Dogramajian’s Bull Artist column which begins “First off, I would like to publicly make amends with Jack Gaughan about that business with Frazetta last issue.” The Ring is reviewed by Faith Lincoln. A Gaughan letter leads off the letter column; also a LoC from Bob Silverberg (still living in New York City).
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Daniel Reitz bids $80.00

L3 – [3] - BEABOHEMA 5, August 1969, 110 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited and copyright by Francis G. Lunney.
Annish issue. A four page cover by Jim McLeod and Gabe Eisenstein, about Old Wave stalwart John J. Pierce and the New Wave. Back cover by Robert E. Gilbert. Dean Koontz contributes a column titled “Way Station” about movies. Also more “Babble” by Anthony, “Axe-Grindings: A Tribute to Truth” by Ron Smith; “A Feghooting” by Denny Lien; “Nobody Believes in Me” by Joe Hensley; “John J. Pierce and the 3rd Foundering” by Goble. More than 30 pages of letters, including an epic by Anthony, also Koontz, and James Blish.
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Daniel Reitz bids $100

B7 – [1] – PARERGON PAPERS (cover says Australian Science Fiction Review; title missing from scan), undated (I am guessing early-mid 1970s), 40 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: Australia. Edited by John Bangsund, described by Mike Glicksohn as one of fandom’s 10 best writers.
Cover by Ellis. Two poems by Ursula K. Le Guin; Brain Aldiss’s “Address to the 1966 Melbourne Science Fiction Convention”; Bruce Gillespie “On Reading Science Fiction”; David Grigg on “Why I Gave Up Publishing Fanzines”; Brain Aldiss, “Adrift in the Cryptozoic; John McPharlin, “Aldiss Unzipped”; Cherry Wilder, “The Enigma of Malacia”
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Thomas Bull bids $3.00

B8 – [2] – SCYTHROP 22, April 1971, 48 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: Australia. Edited by John Bangsund.
Cover by John Sandler. Contents include “The View In” by Ursula K. Le Guin; “My Life and Grimes” by A. Bertram Chandler; “Syncon 70” by John Foyster; “On and Off the Abomnibus” by John Brosnan; “The March of Mind” by Bangsund; “Plumbers of the Cosmos” by George Turner.
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David Kelleher bids $5.00

G8 – [3] – ENERGUMEN 16, September 1981, 106 pages, heavy covers, mimeo. Country of Publication: Canada. Edited by Mike Glicksohn.
Susan Wood in memoriam issue, also 11th anniversary issue. Cover by Derek Parks-Carter; back cover by Joan Hanke-Woods. Interior art by Alicia Austin, Jim Barker, Harry Bell, Grant Canfield, Derek Carter, Phil Foglio, Jack Gaughan, C. Lee Healy, Jay Kinney, Tim Kirk, Jim Odbert, Bill Rotsler, Stu Shiffman, Dan Steffan, Joan Hanke-Woods. Contents: “Feedback From The Mike” by Mike Glicksohn; “Several Cents Worth” by Susan Wood; “Some Words from the Publisher” by Mike Glicksohn; “Notes for a Fanarkle” by Dave Locke’; “Thots While Lawn-Mowing” by Ted White; AutoClave GoH speech by Gene Wolfe; “Too Good for Pica” by Steve Leigh; “BoSH of Arabia” by Bob Shaw; “Thots While Swinging” by Bill Bowers; “At the Mountains of Mimeography” by Patrick Nielsen-Hayden; “An Informal History of Modern Science Fiction” by Joe Haldeman; “God and the Laundromat” by Mike Glicksohn; “The March of Mind” by John Bangsund; “Group Dynamics of Conventional Assembly” by Dave Langford; an Entropy Reprint, “The Fan Who Hated Quote Cards” by Terry Carry; “Kumquat May” column by Rosemary Ullyot; “The Fine Arts of Juggling and Computer Programming” by Ro Lutz-Nagey; “Back Page” by Susan Wood.
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Greg Hansford bids $35.00

R1 – [2] – PEON 22, May 1952, 34 pages plus covers, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Charles Lee Riddle.
Cover by Anuillo Amabile (sp?). Fourth annish. Peon Notes by Riddle, fiction Larry Saunders; The Vizigraph and I by Jerry Bixby (about his editorship of Planet Stories); fiction by Harry Weatherby; Experting Second Hand by James Blish (on writing non-fiction for Planet and Bixby); fiction by Kilian Houston Brunner, better known as John Brunner; Fanzines: A Personal Opinion, by Edward Wood; Checklist of British Unknowns, by Riddle; letter to editor from Dave Mason; Studies In Poe by George Wetzel; “Life With Fodder” faan fiction by Len J. Moffatt; Fantastuff (publishing news, and nominations for best of the year as a poem) by Terry Carr; Thoughts While Strolling, by E. Hoffman Price; The Fan Press (fanzine reviews) by Riddle.
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Mike Resnick bids $3.00

R2 – [2] – PEON 23, July 1952, 28 pages plus covers, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Charles Lee Riddle.
Cover by Ron Rentz. Peon Notes by Riddle, fiction by Joe Hensley, Politics and STF or The Robot and the Komisar (article) by Dave Mason; Jim Harmon on fan feuds; Lee Hoffman explains “I Was Robert Bloch”; Galaxy editor H. L. Gold describes “Galaxy and the Femme Fatale”; Fantastuff column by Terry Carr; T. E. Watkins is the “Kan Kan Kabitzer” writing about fans and pros.
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Mike Resnick bids $3.00

R3 – [2] – PEON 26, February 1953, 32 pages plus covers, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Charles Lee Riddle.
Cover by Les Chapman. Peon Notes by Riddle, fiction by Dave Mason, Figmos column number 2 by Hal Shapiro, The Definition of Science Fiction, by Jim Hayden, The Fan Press (fanzine reviews) by John Ledyard, Test Yourself, by Ken Slater, Limited Editions – Big Deal, by Larry Saunders, Fantastuff column, by Terry Carr, including a Pogo-hommage poem in which Carr announces his picks for the year’s best in SF; a terrible one-page poem by Isabelle E. Dinwiddie; The Howell Magazines, by John Marim.
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Mike Resnick bids $3.00

R4 – [2] – PEON 27, May 1953, 32 pages plus covers, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Charles Lee Riddle.
Cover by McIntyre. Peon Notes by Riddle; fiction by Joe Hensley; articles by Riddle and by Ian T. Macauley about the number of SF mags being published (28) and announced (two) (cost of buying all issues of 28 titles for a year: $61.80); fiction by Larry Saunders; and columns: T. E. Watkins’s Kan Kan Kabitzer, Jim Harmon’s Harmony, Terry Carr’s Fantastuff, John Ledyard’s The Fan Press.
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Alistair Durie bids $10

R5 – [2] – PEON 31, March 1954, 42 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Charles Lee Riddle. Last sheet is loose.
Cover by D. Young. One-page poem by Isabelle E. Dinwiddie; fiction by R. L. Peters; Jim Harmon’s Harmony column; Bob Tucker reviews L. Sprague de Camp’s Science Fiction Handbook; T. E. Watkins’s Kan Kan Kabitzer column; one page of cartoons by Denness Morton; Terry Carr’s Fantastuff column; Dick Clarkson on the prozines; Ian T. Macauley reviews fanzines; Peon Notes by Riddle.
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Alistair Durie bids $10

B10 – [3] – STICKY QUARTERS 13, November 1985, 58 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Brian Earl Brown.
Covers by Taral. A terrific fanthology of travel writing, majority by DUFF and TAFF winners. To England section: Two-Fisted TAFF Tale” by Terry Hughes; Tackett’s Travels in TAFFland by Roy Tackett; “The Long Way to Tipperary by Sam Long. To Australia section: “Kaufman Coast to Coast by Jerry Kaufman; The Three P’s: Perdue, Pigs & Petards by Joyce Scrivner. To America section: “The Grizzly Bear Lodge by Taral; Tyre Tracks Over America by Christine Ashby. Elsewhere: The Evil Empire Strikes Back by Gregory Benford; A Naturalist Abroad by Mary Walsh. And To The Poke With Mashed Potatoes by Eric Myer. Interior art by the Usual Suspects.
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Denny Lien bids $6.00

C4 – [_] – S. F. ECHO 17, May 1973, 200 pages plus yellow coloured covers, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Ed Connor.
Cover by the editor, back cover by Eddie Jones. S. F. Echo is 200 pages because it is a mimeographed paperback, number 17 in the Moebius Trip Library. Until issue 17 Moebius Trip was a conventional-size fanzine. Ed explains in issue 17, “The makeup of this genuine b-o-o-k was inspired by the bookburners of the local U.S.P.S. and, at the other extreme, by the format of the first issue of Frank Denton’s ‘Occasional Papers’.” Translation: Frank was told that he could not mail Moebius Trip at book rate because Moebius Trip was not a book. So he turned it into a book. A Descent into the Dormitory memoir by Jeff Schalles; Oracular Mutterings column by Paul Walker; 3-In-1 article by Donn Brazier; Out to Launch article about Cape Canaveral/Kennedy: by Sam Long; What Next, Professor V? ( as in Velikovsky) article by Don Ayres; Blatant Blatty: The Exorcist Defrocked review by Argentinean fan Mae Strelkov; They Say This Galaxy Is Alive column by Bill Wolfenbarger; A Biggle Brief article about writer Lloyd Biggle, Jr. by Michael Shoemaker; Of Peter Haining and “Beyond the Curtain of Dark” review by Ken Faig, Jr.; A Quaff of Arthur Machen survey by Faig; A Movie, Mr. Moskowitz and Me article by Mervyn Barrett; Walt Lee’s ‘Reference Guide to Fantastic Films’ by Ben Indick, book reviews, fanzine reviews.
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MINIMUM BID: $4.00

R6 – [2] – FUMETTI REPORT, September, 1982, 12 pages, photocopy. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Bill Rotsler.
“The FUMETTI REPORT is available for more or less free to those interested in my fumetti projects for HEAVY METAL & EPIC, and those costumers and meddlers who would like a forum, to pass on hints and techniques/ideas/etc.” Includes a recipe for making paper-mache pulp, and a photocopied three- page letter from Mike Resnick in which Mike suggests “However, I think the time has come for someone besides Joni Stopa to explain why so many of the so-called Master Category costumers are opposed to categories at all.”
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Robert Lichtman bids $5.00

W1 – [_] – THE PLANET OF THE EGGS, September 1999, 44 pages plus heavy black back cover. Country of Publication: Australia. Edited by Bill Wright.

Cover, in colour, also 11 interior pages in colour, by Dick “Ditmar” Jenssen. Cover states “Published at AUSSIECON THREE 2-6 September, 1999” but this is a reprint. Subtitle is “A Romance of Many Dementias.” In his letter to me dated Feb. 27, 2002, Bill advises “Copies of this masterpiece are as scarce as hen’s teeth. I warned you weeks ago that I was organizing a small reprint and that a copy had been reserved for you. The new copies may be distinguished from the old ones by their black backing, instead of green in the original print run.”

Bill explains that Dick “was one of the pioneers of fractal imagery and uses Bryce, PhotoShop and other computer tools in ways that no one else has thought of. Manifestations of Dick’s splendidly integrated personality function at times in all three dimensions – the Real World, Cyberspace and the Dreamtime – as witnessed by the serialization in (Bill’s ANZAPAzine) Interstellar Ramjet Scoop over calendar years 1997/98 of Ditmar’s ‘Planet of the Eggs’ saga that explores the mysteries of fractal geometry and creative imagery in a seamless story line.”

The text by Ditmar is best /i/n/t/e/l/l/i/g/i/b/e/ understood by math nerds but everyone can enjoy the art. Cover is colour but the scan of it is black and white.
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MINIMUM BID: $4.00

B11 – [_] – ONE OFF 8, Easter 1980, 48 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: Great Britain. Edited by Dave Bridges.
Cover by D. West. Ted White likes Dave Bridges’s fanzine enough that he will pay money for an issue that he does not own. Ten pages by Bridges, plus a major article by D. West titled “Ah, Sweet Arrogance” of 20 pages, plus nine more pages by Bridges.
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MINIMUM BID: $6.00

C6 – [_] – HOLIER THAN THOU 19, 1984, 98 blue pages plus heavier white cover, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Marty & Robbie Cantor.
“Cover by Richard Bergeron. A production of Puerto Rico Fandom, tech assist. Cesar I. Ramos.” Editorials, Beginner’s Guide to Shooting the Shit by Thom Digby, The Strange Art of the Holiday Snapshot: Notes Towards a Principia Fanica by Steve Higgins, Cover Charge by Taral, The Limey Run by John Berry, The Pied Typer by Mike Glyer, Fangdom by Richard Bergeron, Entropy Reprint by Terry Carr of Jim Harmon’s A Different Aspect to Utopia; The Dragonhiker’s Guide to Battlefield Covenant at Dune’s Edge: Odyssey Two by Dave Langford, plus letters of comment.(pages 65 through 96.)
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MINIMUM BID: $5.00

C7 – [2] – HOLIER THAN THOU 20, 1984, 112 blue pages plus gatefold white cover, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Marty & Robbie Cantor.
Cover by Brad Foster titled First Contact With An Alien Race 2842 AD, the famous XXX foldout cover on issue XX (Holier Than Thou used Roman numerals for numbering). Editorials, Great Ghu! By Lee Hoffman, The Limey Run (conclusion) by John Berry, Entropy Reprints by Terry Carr, After the Atom by Joe Kennedy, The Law and Order Handbook – Chapter 6 by Richard Weinstock, Ode to the Holy Reagan Empire by Stephen Dedman, Fangdom by Richard Bergeron, All My Yesterdays - Chapter 2 by Harry Warner, Jr., The Pied Typer by Mile Glyer, Bird-Raising for Phun and Prophet plus letters of comments (pages 64 through 105).
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Thomas Bull bids $5.00

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B12 – [3] – LOCUS 27-36, 53-71, 73-154, May 5, 1969 through Jan. 26, 1974, more than 120 issues, a pile five inches high, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Copyright Charlie Brown, and also some times Marsha Brown and some times Dena Brown.
Locus in its youth, trying to grow a beard and smoking a pipe to look cool; no colour ads from publishers but, occasionally, flyers; no slick paper and no photos of authors and book covers, but art by fans.
Locus 27’s cover heading is by Vera Heminger and cartoon by Jack Gaughan. Interior art by Tim Kirk, Richard Flinchbaugh, Dian Pelz, Bill Rotsler, Mike Symes, Eddie Jones. Eight pages plus the St. Louiscon 27th World S.F. Convention Hugo Nomination Ballot.
These issues of Locus are desirable alone for lovers of fan art. Headings in No. 27: FURTHER GALAXY NEWS, OXCON 1969 (GALACTIC FAIR); FANZINE NOTES; APA NOTES; MISC. NOTES; CLUB AND COLLEGE NEWS; JACK CHALKER WRITES “DRAGONS AND NIGHTMARES by Robert Bloch…” Ace Books news; MAGAZINE NEWS; FANZINE REVIEWS; BRITISH MAGAZINE NEWS; MISCELLANEOUS LATE NOTES ON EVERYTHING; CLIPPINGS.
Skipping to the last issue in this lot, Locus 154 (12 pages plus flyers for International Star Trek Convention; Hyperion Press “23 CLASSICS OF SCIENCE FICTION two flyer ad, Owlswick Press “The art of ROY G KRENKEL, HJMR Newslist Science Fiction Edition) has a large Tim Kirk drawing on the cover and a Jack Gaughan cartoon on the back page. Headings: CHARLES R. TANNER (obituary); MORE BY TOLKIEN; WORLDCON NEWS; EDITORIAL MEANDERINGS; MARKETS; WANTED; PEOPLE; BOOKS; SF BOOK CLUB SELECTIONS; BESTS OF THE YEAR; AWARD RECOMMENDATIONS 1973; CONVENTIONS; ORIGINAL ANTHOLOGY; LOCUS LOOKS AT BOOKS reviews by Dick Lupoff (two pages); Robert Silverberg and Baird Searles (two pages); Tony Lewis (one page); MAGAZINE CONTENTS; MISC. NOTES; MEDIA NOTES. From the headings you can see the swing away from fan news between 1969 and the start of 1974.
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MINIMUM BID: $36.00 (as if you were a subscriber in 1974 when 18 issues cost $6.00

G9 – [3] – XENIUM 15, January 1990, 22 blue pages plus heavier white covers, mimeo. Country of Publication: Canada. Edited by Mike Glicksohn.
Cover by Joan Hanke Woods. Interior art by ATom, George Barr, Randy Bathurst, Derek Carter, Vic Kostriken, Tim Blackmore, Paul Neary, Bill Rotsler, Stu Shiffman, Written contents: THE TIME HAS COME, THE WALRUS SAID… Where the editor reports how the times they are a’changin’, by Mike Glicksohn; LINCOLN’S MOTHER’S DOCTOR’S DOG…Joe Haldeman types up a tale to show how and how not to do so; OWED TO A UROLOGIST Joe adds a poem to stir up your feelings; INTIMATIONS OF IMMORTALITY/INTIMATIONS OF IMMORALITY The inside story from Elessar Tetramariner with sub-titles (yes, all of them) by Pink Floyd; FUN ON THE TAFF TRAIL DITTO IN TORONTO A Non-Twin Non-TAFF report by Christina Lake; THE RAPE OF THE LOC Where the loccers see their names writ large; Mike’s credit card receipt from Phantasia Press, the reason why XENIUM is The Fanzine That Gives You Something Extra. XENIUM 15 waspublished after a gap of four years; also the last issue, says R. Graeme Cameron’s entry in his CanFancyclopedia http://members.shaw.ca/rgraeme/x.html

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MINIMUM BID: $4.00

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Round 5 of the auction

Auction winners this round: Peter Halasz: DNQ set; Alistair Durie: Algol 16 & Algol 17; Auction income total: $105.

Some fanzine cover scans now in colour, e.g. http://efanzines.com/MM/HolierThanThou019.JPG
Note to Mike Glicksohn: click above line.

Last chance to bid on unbid-upon items, i.e. items with a [_] in place of [3].

New items in this round are below the repeated previous round bid items.

Bids must be sent to this email address: sjhtnippon2007 AT yahoo DOT ca.

Rest of auction rules and auction info, see Round 1 posting.

L2 - [1] - BEABOHEMA 3, March 1968, 80 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited and copyright by Francis G. Lunney.
Cover by Jim McLeod. Back cover by Robert E. Gilbert. Beabohema began picking up speed with its third issue. “The Contest: A Confession” begins “In late 1962 I decided to end it all. All work, that is; I packed my wife off to earn my living, while I stayed home and wrote science fiction. The same time that I made my first sale, I joined a fan organization called NFFF (I was once informed the initials stood for National Funny Farm Federation), so my indoctrination as a neo-writer and neo-fan were simultaneous.” This a great True or False SF writer question: Piers Anthony was a member of the N3F. Answer: True. And there is more Anthony in BAB 3: a column titled Babble. Also the first installment of Leo P. Kelly’s column; an article by sometime Anthony novel collaborator Robert E. Margroff, co-writer with Anthony of The Ring; “First Impressions of Fandom” by Dale A. Goble, Jr.,; “Fandom’s Vocal Point,” fanzine reviews by Al Snider; Seth Dogramajian’s Bull Artist column which begins “First off, I would like to publicly make amends with Jack Gaughan about that business with Frazetta last issue.” The Ring is reviewed by Faith Lincoln. A Gaughan letter leads off the letter column; also a LoC from Bob Silverberg (still living in New York City).
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Sandra Bond bids $5.00

L3 – [1] - BEABOHEMA 5, August 1969, 110 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited and copyright by Francis G. Lunney.
Annish issue. A four page cover by Jim McLeod and Gabe Eisenstein, about Old Wave stalwart John J. Pierce and the New Wave. Back cover by Robert E. Gilbert. Dean Koontz contributes a column titled “Way Station” about movies. Also more “Babble” by Anthony, “Axe-Grindings: A Tribute to Truth” by Ron Smith; “A Feghooting” by Denny Lien; “Nobody Believes in Me” by Joe Hensley; “John J. Pierce and the 3rd Foundering” by Goble. More than 30 pages of letters, including an epic by Anthony, also Koontz, and James Blish.
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Mike Resnick bids $20.00

L5 – [1] – SYNDROME 3, undated (“If I hadn’t dropped the title of Beabohema this might have been the fifth annish”), 24 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited and copyright by Francis G. Lunney.
Cover by Jay Kinney. Back cover a collaboration among Dan Steffan and Grant Canfield and Kinney. “ec/dc it all started with Pud” part 1 by R, Meltzer, illus. by Steffan; “How I Got Here From There,” written and illus. by Kinney; “Carton Jams” by Canfield & Kinney (five pages); “the difference between men and women” by Darrell Schweitzer, beginning with a quote from a H.P. Lovecraft letter to Frank Belknap Long; 11 pages of letters.
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Frank Lunney bids $5.00

S2 - [1] - FANHISTORICA 4, December 1982, 52 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by JoeD Siclari.
Cover by Stu Shiffman. Back cover is a fabulous promotion, alas not in colour, for Nolacon by Hannes Bok. Fanhistorica is a wide ranging collection of reprints. "Fandom As A Way of Life?" by Alva Rogers (Fan Guest of Honor speech Westercon XV Banquet, 1962; "Fanoclasts" by Dick Lupoff (from bastion 3, spring 1962, Eric Bentcliffe); Tucker Hotel floor plans by "Bob Shaw et al" (two pages); part three of the reprinting of F. Towner Laney's epic memoir "Ah! Sweet Idiocy"; reprint of Tucker's Science Fiction News Letter 22 (October, 1951); "The RAY NELSON Do It Yourself Cartoon Kit."
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Alistair Durie bids $20.00

B6 – [1] – OUTWORLDS 20, Second Quarter 1974, 36 pages, printed. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Bill Bowers.
Cover by Dan Steffan. More Steffan inside, also Grant Canfield, Vincent Di Fate, Tom Foster, Walt Simonson. Contents include article by Piers Anthony, columns by Poul Anderson, and Ted White; “The Complete Toomey Experience” by Greg Benford; Grafanedica #1: a fanzine ABOUT fanzines is a section with “Living in a Fanzine: The Art of James Shull” by Barry Gillam; “The Making of a Fanzine” by Bill Bowers; “Editor: One Who Edits” by Larry McCombs; “Apples and Oranges and Editorials” by Dave Locke.
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Alistair Durie bids $10

B7 – [2] – PARERGON PAPERS (cover says Australian Science Fiction Review; title missing from scan), undated (I am guessing early-mid 1970s), 40 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: Australia. Edited by John Bangsund, described by Mike Glicksohn as one of fandom’s 10 best writers.
Cover by Ellis. Two poems by Ursula K. Le Guin; Brain Aldiss’s “Address to the 1966 Melbourne Science Fiction Convention”; Bruce Gillespie “On Reading Science Fiction”; David Grigg on “Why I Gave Up Publishing Fanzines”; Brain Aldiss, “Adrift in the Cryptozoic; John McPharlin, “Aldiss Unzipped”; Cherry Wilder, “The Enigma of Malacia”
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Thomas Bull bids $3.00

B8 – […] – SCYTHROP 22, April 1971, 48 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: Australia. Edited by John Bangsund.
Cover by John Sandler. Contents include “The View In” by Ursula K. Le Guin; “My Life and Grimes” by A. Bertram Chandler; “Syncon 70” by John Foyster; “On and Off the Abomnibus” by John Brosnan; “The March of Mind” by Bangsund; “Plumbers of the Cosmos” by George Turner.
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David Kelleher bids $5.00

G5 – [1] – ENERGUMEN 3, August 1970, 50 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: Canada. Edited by Mike Glicksohn.
Cover by Tim Kirk. Interior art by Alpajpuri, Alicia Austin, Derek Carter, ConR Faddis, Jack Gaughan; Mike Gilbert; Alexis Gilliland; Jonh Ingham; Kirk, Jim McLeod, Andy Porter, Bill Rotsler. Contents: “Feedback From The Mike” by Glicksohn; “Villiers in Dimension” by Margaret Hamer; “Touch me not” by Joe W. Haldeman; “Don’t Make Waves” by Angus Taylor; “1969: The Prozines” by Tony Lewis; “Kumquat May” column by Rosemary Ullyot; “The World of Series” by John Douglas; reviews; “Mythed Again” by Robert Bryant Jr.; letters.
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Sandra Bond bids $10.00

G6 – [1] – ENERGUMEN 13, September 1972, 54 pages, heavy covers, mimeo. Country of Publication: Canada. Edited by Mike and Susan Glicksohn.
An issue from the year for which ENERGUMEN won Best Fanzine Hugo. Cover by Grant Canfield. Interior art by Terry Austin, Randy Bathurst, Canfield, Di Fate, Mike Gilbert, Jim McLeod, Andy Porter, Dan Steffan, Jim Shull, Bill Rotsler, etc. Seven page “Creature Feature” art folio by Canfield. Contents: “Feedback From The Mike” by Mike Glicksohn; “Life and Death in Meaningful Conflict Strive” by Sandra Miesel; “Loves of a Lexicologist” by Walt Liebscher; “What No Mad Scientist?” by Bubbles Broxon; “Philip K. Dick and the Psychogenic Origins of Death by Meteor Strike” by Angus Taylor; “Kumquat May” column by Rosemary Ullyot; “My 2cents Worth” column by Susan Glicksohn; and letters.
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Sandra Bond bids $15.00

G7 – [1] – ENERGUMEN 15, May 1973, thick issue announced as the last issue, heavy covers, includes three art folios, mimeo. Country of Publication: Canada. Edited by Mike and Susan Glicksohn.
Cover by George Barr; back cover by Steve Fabian. Interior art by Terry Austin, Randy Bathurst, Grant Canfield, Derek Carter, Jack Gaughan, Jay Kinney, Kirk, Bill Kunkel, Rotsler, James Shull, Dan Steffan, etc. Contents: “Feedback From The Mike” by Mike Glicksohn; “My 2cents Worth” column by Susan Glicksohn; “Kumquat May” column by Rosemary Ullyot; and letters.
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Sandra Bond bids $15.00

G8 – [1] – ENERGUMEN 16, September 1981, 106 pages, heavy covers, mimeo. Country of Publication: Canada. Edited by Mike Glicksohn.
Susan Wood in memoriam issue, also 11th anniversary issue. Cover by Derek Parks-Carter; back cover by Joan Hanke-Woods. Interior art by Alicia Austin, Jim Barker, Harry Bell, Grant Canfield, Derek Carter, Phil Foglio, Jack Gaughan, C. Lee Healy, Jay Kinney, Tim Kirk, Jim Odbert, Bill Rotsler, Stu Shiffman, Dan Steffan, Joan Hanke-Woods. Contents: “Feedback From The Mike” by Mike Glicksohn; “Several Cents Worth” by Susan Wood; “Some Words from the Publisher” by Mike Glicksohn; “Notes for a Fanarkle” by Dave Locke’; “Thots While Lawn-Mowing” by Ted White; AutoClave GoH speech by Gene Wolfe; “Too Good for Pica” by Steve Leigh; “BoSH of Arabia” by Bob Shaw; “Thots While Swinging” by Bill Bowers; “At the Mountains of Mimeography” by Patrick Nielsen-Hayden; “An Informal History of Modern Science Fiction” by Joe Haldeman; “God and the Laundromat” by Mike Glicksohn; “The March of Mind” by John Bangsund; “Group Dynamics of Conventional Assembly” by Dave Langford; an Entropy Reprint, “The Fan Who Hated Quote Cards” by Terry Carry; “Kumquat May” column by Rosemary Ullyot; “The Fine Arts of Juggling and Computer Programming” by Ro Lutz-Nagey; “Back Page” by Susan Wood.
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Sandra Bond bids $20.00

R1 – [3] – PEON 22, May 1952, 34 pages plus covers, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Charles Lee Riddle.
Cover by Anuillo Amabile (sp?). Fourth annish. Peon Notes by Riddle, fiction Larry Saunders; The Vizigraph and I by Jerry Bixby (about his editorship of Planet Stories); fiction by Harry Weatherby; Experting Second Hand by James Blish (on writing non-fiction for Planet and Bixby); fiction by Kilian Houston Brunner, better known as John Brunner; Fanzines: A Personal Opinion, by Edward Wood; Checklist of British Unknowns, by Riddle; letter to editor from Dave Mason; Studies In Poe by George Wetzel; “Life With Fodder” faan fiction by Len J. Moffatt; Fantastuff (publishing news, and nominations for best of the year as a poem) by Terry Carr; Thoughts While Strolling, by E. Hoffman Price; The Fan Press (fanzine reviews) by Riddle.
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Mike Resnick bids $3.00

R2 – [3] – PEON 23, July 1952, 28 pages plus covers, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Charles Lee Riddle.
Cover by Ron Rentz. Peon Notes by Riddle, fiction by Joe Hensley, Politics and STF or The Robot and the Komisar (article) by Dave Mason; Jim Harmon on fan feuds; Lee Hoffman explains “I Was Robert Bloch”; Galaxy editor H. L. Gold describes “Galaxy and the Femme Fatale”; Fantastuff column by Terry Carr; T. E. Watkins is the “Kan Kan Kabitzer” writing about fans and pros.
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Mike Resnick bids $3.00

R3 – [3] – PEON 26, February 1953, 32 pages plus covers, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Charles Lee Riddle.
Cover by Les Chapman. Peon Notes by Riddle, fiction by Dave Mason, Figmos column number 2 by Hal Shapiro, The Definition of Science Fiction, by Jim Hayden, The Fan Press (fanzine reviews) by John Ledyard, Test Yourself, by Ken Slater, Limited Editions – Big Deal, by Larry Saunders, Fantastuff column, by Terry Carr, including a Pogo-hommage poem in which Carr announces his picks for the year’s best in SF; a terrible one-page poem by Isabelle E. Dinwiddie; The Howell Magazines, by John Marim.
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Mike Resnick bids $3.00

R4 – [3] – PEON 27, May 1953, 32 pages plus covers, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Charles Lee Riddle.
Cover by McIntyre. Peon Notes by Riddle; fiction by Joe Hensley; articles by Riddle and by Ian T. Macauley about the number of SF mags being published (28) and announced (two) (cost of buying all issues of 28 titles for a year: $61.80); fiction by Larry Saunders; and columns: T. E. Watkins’s Kan Kan Kabitzer, Jim Harmon’s Harmony, Terry Carr’s Fantastuff, John Ledyard’s The Fan Press.
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Alistair Durie bids $10

R5 – [3] – PEON 31, March 1954, 42 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Charles Lee Riddle. Last sheet is loose.
Cover by D. Young. One-page poem by Isabelle E. Dinwiddie; fiction by R. L. Peters; Jim Harmon’s Harmony column; Bob Tucker reviews L. Sprague de Camp’s Science Fiction Handbook; T. E. Watkins’s Kan Kan Kabitzer column; one page of cartoons by Denness Morton; Terry Carr’s Fantastuff column; Dick Clarkson on the prozines; Ian T. Macauley reviews fanzines; Peon Notes by Riddle.
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Alistair Durie bids $10

B10 – [---] – STICKY QUARTERS 13, November 1985, 58 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Brian Earl Brown.
Covers by Taral. A terrific fanthology of travel writing, majority by DUFF and TAFF winners. To England section: Two-Fisted TAFF Tale” by Terry Hughes; Tackett’s Travels in TAFFland by Roy Tackett; “The Long Way to Tipperary by Sam Long. To Australia section: “Kaufman Coast to Coast by Jerry Kaufman; The Three P’s: Perdue, Pigs & Petards by Joyce Scrivner. To America section: “The Grizzly Bear Lodge by Taral; Tyre Tracks Over America by Christine Ashby. Elsewhere: The Evil Empire Strikes Back by Gregory Benford; A Naturalist Abroad by Mary Walsh. And To The Poke With Mashed Potatoes by Eric Myer. Interior art by the Usual Suspects.
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MINIMUM BID: $5.00

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C4 – [3] – S. F. ECHO 17, May 1973, 200 pages plus yellow coloured covers, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Ed Connor.
Cover by the editor, back cover by Eddie Jones. S. F. Echo is 200 pages because it is a mimeographed paperback, number 17 in the Moebius Trip Library. Until issue 17 Moebius Trip was a conventional-size fanzine. Ed explains in issue 17, “The makeup of this genuine b-o-o-k was inspired by the bookburners of the local U.S.P.S. and, at the other extreme, by the format of the first issue of Frank Denton’s ‘Occasional Papers’.” Translation: Frank was told that he could not mail Moebius Trip at book rate because Moebius Trip was not a book. So he turned it into a book. A Descent into the Dormitory memoir by Jeff Schalles; Oracular Mutterings column by Paul Walker; 3-In-1 article by Donn Brazier; Out to Launch article about Cape Canaveral/Kennedy: by Sam Long; What Next, Professor V? ( as in Velikovsky) article by Don Ayres; Blatant Blatty: The Exorcist Defrocked review by Argentinean fan Mae Strelkov; They Say This Galaxy Is Alive column by Bill Wolfenbarger; A Biggle Brief article about writer Lloyd Biggle, Jr. by Michael Shoemaker; Of Peter Haining and “Beyond the Curtain of Dark” review by Ken Faig, Jr.; A Quaff of Arthur Machen survey by Faig; A Movie, Mr. Moskowitz and Me article by Mervyn Barrett; Walt Lee’s ‘Reference Guide to Fantastic Films’ by Ben Indick, book reviews, fanzine reviews.
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MINIMUM BID: $4.00

R6 –[3] – FUMETTI REPORT, September, 1982, 12 pages, photocopy. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Bill Rotsler.
“The FUMETTI REPORT is available for more or less free to those interested in my fumetti projects for HEAVY METAL & EPIC, and those costumers and meddlers who would like a forum, to pass on hints and techniques/ideas/etc.” Includes a recipe for making paper-mache pulp, and a photocopied three- page letter from Mike Resnick in which Mike suggests “However, I think the time has come for someone besides Joni Stopa to explain why so many of the so-called Master Category costumers are opposed to categories at all.”
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MINIMUM BID: $2.00

W1 – [3] – THE PLANET OF THE EGGS, September 1999, 44 pages plus heavy black back cover. Country of Publication: Australia. Edited by Bill Wright.

Cover, in colour, also 11 interior pages in colour, by Dick “Ditmar” Jenssen. Cover states “Published at AUSSIECON THREE 2-6 September, 1999” but this is a reprint. Subtitle is “A Romance of Many Dementias.” In his letter to me dated Feb. 27, 2002, Bill advises “Copies of this masterpiece are as scarce as hen’s teeth. I warned you weeks ago that I was organizing a small reprint and that a copy had been reserved for you. The new copies may be distinguished from the old ones by their black backing, instead of green in the original print run.”

Bill explains that Dick “was one of the pioneers of fractal imagery and uses Bryce, PhotoShop and other computer tools in ways that no one else has thought of. Manifestations of Dick’s splendidly integrated personality function at times in all three dimensions – the Real World, Cyberspace and the Dreamtime – as witnessed by the serialization in (Bill’s ANZAPAzine) Interstellar Ramjet Scoop over calendar years 1997/98 of Ditmar’s ‘Planet of the Eggs’ saga that explores the mysteries of fractal geometry and creative imagery in a seamless story line.”

The text by Ditmar is best /i/n/t/e/l/l/i/g/i/b/e/ understood by math nerds but everyone can enjoy the art. Cover is colour but the scan of it is black and white.
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MINIMUM BID: $4.00

B11 – [3] – ONE OFF 8, Easter 1980, 48 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: Great Britain. Edited by Dave Bridges.
Cover by D. West. Ted White likes Dave Bridges’s fanzine enough that he will pay money for an issue that he does not own. Ten pages by Bridges, plus a major article by D. West titled “Ah, Sweet Arrogance” of 20 pages, plus nine more pages by Bridges.
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MINIMUM BID: $6.00

C6 – [3] – HOLIER THAN THOU 19, 1984, 98 blue pages plus heavier white cover, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Marty & Robbie Cantor.
“Cover by Richard Bergeron. A production of Puerto Rico Fandom, tech assist. Cesar I. Ramos.” Editorials, Beginner’s Guide to Shooting the Shit by Thom Digby, The Strange Art of the Holiday Snapshot: Notes Towards a Principia Fanica by Steve Higgins, Cover Charge by Taral, The Limey Run by John Berry, The Pied Typer by Mike Glyer, Fangdom by Richard Bergeron, Entropy Reprint by Terry Carr of Jim Harmon’s A Different Aspect to Utopia; The Dragonhiker’s Guide to Battlefield Covenant at Dune’s Edge: Odyssey Two by Dave Langford, plus letters of comment.(pages 65 through 96.)
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MINIMUM BID: $5.00

C7 – [3] – HOLIER THAN THOU 20, 1984, 112 blue pages plus gatefold white cover, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Marty & Robbie Cantor.
Cover by Brad Foster titled First Contact With An Alien Race 2842 AD, the famous XXX foldout cover on issue XX (Holier Than Thou used Roman numerals for numbering). Editorials, Great Ghu! By Lee Hoffman, The Limey Run (conclusion) by John Berry, Entropy Reprints by Terry Carr, After the Atom by Joe Kennedy, The Law and Order Handbook – Chapter 6 by Richard Weinstock, Ode to the Holy Reagan Empire by Stephen Dedman, Fangdom by Richard Bergeron, All My Yesterdays - Chapter 2 by Harry Warner, Jr., The Pied Typer by Mile Glyer, Bird-Raising for Phun and Prophet plus letters of comments (pages 64 through 105).
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MINIMUM BID: $5.00

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Round 4

New total of donated cash: $1,300. Auction winners this round: Tommy Ferguson: Cry 125, Operation Fantast V1 N3; Frank Lunney: BeABOHEMA 2; Alistair Durie: En Garde 4. Auction total: $60.

Corrections: “4th Annish” has been removed from the description of B6.

Fanzine covers often, but not always, look better than the scanned image. The images are black and white. Many of the fanzine covers are printed on coloured paper; the physical colour cover looks better.

I have been posting new rounds on Saturday; this coming Saturday is Dec. 25; when the next round is posted, as always, you will receive an email announcement.

Last chance to bid on unbid-upon items, i.e. items with a [_] in place of [3].

New items in this round are below the repeated previous round bid items.

Bids must be sent to this email address: sjhtnippon2007 AT yahoo DOT ca.

Rest of auction rules and auction info, see Round 1 posting.

T1 - [1] - DNQ (a set), 28 April 1978 to Oct. 1983. Issued every three weeks or monthly, mostly: 447 total pages. Country of Publication: Canada. Edited by Taral Wayne and Victoria Vayne. Cover by Taral; back cover by Marc Schirmeister.
Plus the associated issues of TYPO (DNQ letters of comment) plus DOWN WITH! 1 - 3.
A pile of finely-mimeographed twiltone one and three-quarters inches high. Quantity and quality. Word association: you see the name Taral, you think fan artist. But Taral excelled also in other areas: mimeography is one of those areas. Both Taral and Victoria produced sharply printed, two- and three-colour issues. DNQ (the acronym of the fannish instruction do not quote) was the "newszine of quintessential faanishness" (issues 1 through 4); the "subjective faanish newsletter" (issues 5 through 9); a "subjective fit of extemporaneous faanishness (issue 11). Issue 12 announced DNQ to be the "unauthorized addenda to File 770. "POLICY...We do not attempt to give comprehensive coverage of fandom so much as hope to add another dimension to the services provided by other newszines. The exotic or outre or mythic properly belong in our pages, though we will never hesitate to stoop to vulgar scooping of more secular news if the opportunity presents itself. To be perfectly honest, we aim to please ourselves, and in so doing bring pleasure to other fans and friends who are our readers. If our editorial aim seems a trifle erratic, the purpose is the same. If we raise anticipation rather than dissatisfaction, we must be doing something right..." The final DNQ is a very fine 92-page genzine. Writers in the final DNQ are Rich Coad, Eric Mayer, Stu Shiffman, John Berry (column), Dave Langford, Taral, plus a Susan Wood reprint. Art by Marc Schirmeister (album), Barry Kent MacKay and Taral, Taral and Harry Bell, Taral, Terry Jeeves, Tom Foster/Ken Fletcher, Taral & August Dore. TYPO is the occasional collection of letters of comment about DNQ. DOWN WITH! is "Trivia and miscellany about the Derelicts and friends" in 1978. The Derelicts was a group of Toronto fans. One of Taral's few remaining sets: when else are you going to be able to own a set?
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ01.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ02.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ03.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ04.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ05-Typo1.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ05.pdf http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ06.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ07.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ08.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ09-Typo2.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ09.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ10(Col).pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ10.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ11.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ12.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ13.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ14-Typo3.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ14.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ15-Typo4.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ15.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ16(16-17Annish).pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ16-17-Typo5.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ17(16-17Annish).pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ18.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ19.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ20-Typo6.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ20.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ21.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ22.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ23-Typo7.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ23.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ24.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ25.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ26.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ27.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ28.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ29&30-Typo9.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ29(29&30).pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ30(LeZombie63).pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ31.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ32(40base8).pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ32(real).pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ33.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ34.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DownWith!1.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DownWith!2.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DownWith!3.pdf
Peter Halasz bids $25

L2 - [2] - BEABOHEMA 3, March 1968, 80 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited and copyright by Francis G. Lunney.
Cover by Jim McLeod. Back cover by Robert E. Gilbert. Beabohema began picking up speed with its third issue. “The Contest: A Confession” begins “In late 1962 I decided to end it all. All work, that is; I packed my wife off to earn my living, while I stayed home and wrote science fiction. The same time that I made my first sale, I joined a fan organization called NFFF (I was once informed the initials stood for National Funny Farm Federation), so my indoctrination as a neo-writer and neo-fan were simultaneous.” This a great True or False SF writer question: Piers Anthony was a member of the N3F. Answer: True. And there is more Anthony in BAB 3: a column titled Babble. Also the first installment of Leo P. Kelly’s column; an article by sometime Anthony novel collaborator Robert E. Margroff, co-writer with Anthony of The Ring; “First Impressions of Fandom” by Dale A. Goble, Jr.,; “Fandom’s Vocal Point,” fanzine reviews by Al Snider; Seth Dogramajian’s Bull Artist column which begins “First off, I would like to publicly make amends with Jack Gaughan about that business with Frazetta last issue.” The Ring is reviewed by Faith Lincoln. A Gaughan letter leads off the letter column; also a LoC from Bob Silverberg (still living in New York City).
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Sandra Bond bids $5.00

L3 – [2] - BEABOHEMA 5, August 1969, 110 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited and copyright by Francis G. Lunney.
Annish issue. A four page cover by Jim McLeod and Gabe Eisenstein, about Old Wave stalwart John J. Pierce and the New Wave. Back cover by Robert E. Gilbert. Dean Koontz contributes a column titled “Way Station” about movies. Also more “Babble” by Anthony, “Axe-Grindings: A Tribute to Truth” by Ron Smith; “A Feghooting” by Denny Lien; “Nobody Believes in Me” by Joe Hensley; “John J. Pierce and the 3rd Foundering” by Goble. More than 30 pages of letters, including an epic by Anthony, also Koontz, and James Blish.
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Mike Resnick bids $20.00

L5 – [2] – SYNDROME 3, undated (“If I hadn’t dropped the title of Beabohema this might have been the fifth annish”), 24 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited and copyright by Francis G. Lunney.
Cover by Jay Kinney. Back cover a collaboration among Dan Steffan and Grant Canfield and Kinney. “ec/dc it all started with Pud” part 1 by R, Meltzer, illus. by Steffan; “How I Got Here From There,” written and illus. by Kinney; “Carton Jams” by Canfield & Kinney (five pages); “the difference between men and women” by Darrell Schweitzer, beginning with a quote from a H.P. Lovecraft letter to Frank Belknap Long; 11 pages of letters.
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Frank Lunney bids $5.00

S2 - [2] - FANHISTORICA 4, December 1982, 52 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by JoeD Siclari.
Cover by Stu Shiffman. Back cover is a fabulous promotion, alas not in colour, for Nolacon by Hannes Bok. Fanhistorica is a wide ranging collection of reprints. "Fandom As A Way of Life?" by Alva Rogers (Fan Guest of Honor speech Westercon XV Banquet, 1962; "Fanoclasts" by Dick Lupoff (from bastion 3, spring 1962, Eric Bentcliffe); Tucker Hotel floor plans by "Bob Shaw et al" (two pages); part three of the reprinting of F. Towner Laney's epic memoir "Ah! Sweet Idiocy"; reprint of Tucker's Science Fiction News Letter 22 (October, 1951); "The RAY NELSON Do It Yourself Cartoon Kit."
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Alistair Durie bids $20.00

P2 – [1] – ALGOL 16, December 1970, 44 pages, printed. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Andrew Porter.
Cover by Jim Steranko. “The Devaluation Of Values” by J. J. Pierce, “Science Fiction In Italy” by Gian Paolo Cossato, “My Column” by Ted White, “It’s A Sing-Along Sensation!” by Jay Kinney, book reviews by Richard Lupoff, “Doorway; a column” by Greg Benford, letters. Artwork by artists including Vaughn Bode, Stephen Fabian, Kinney, Michael Gilbert, and Doug Lovenstein.
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Alistair Durie bids $10

P3 – [1] – ALGOL 17, November 1971, 44 pages, printed. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Andrew Porter.
Cover by Joe Staton. “The Influence of Fandom” by Robert A.W. Lowndes, “Lefty Feep & I” by Robert Bloch, book reviews by Richard Lupoff, “Thoughts While Typing: column” by Greg Benford, “John W. Campbell & The Meat Market” by John Bangsund, letters. Artwork by artists including Vaughn Bode, Ross Chamberlain, Michael Gilbert, Jeff Jones, Walt Simonson, Steve Stiles, and Trina.
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Alistair Durie bids $10

B5 – […] – OUTWORLDS 19, 4th Annish, First Quarter 1974, 44 pages, printed. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Bill Bowers.
Cover plus two more pages of robots by Grant Canfield. Centre-strip by Canfield and Kinney, plus more art by Dan Steffan, Mike Gilbert, Stephen E. Fabian, C. Lee Healy. Contents include “A Letter from Mike Glyer”; columns by Susan Glicksohn, Poul Anderson, Robert A W Lowndes, andrew j offutt, Ted White. Also Terry-Carr-selected Entropy Reprints: An Eohumor Triad by Henry Kuttner, Ray Bradbury, and Forrest J Ackerman.
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MINIMUM BID reduced to: $4.00

B6 – [2] – OUTWORLDS 20, Second Quarter 1974, 36 pages, printed. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Bill Bowers.
Cover by Dan Steffan. More Steffan inside, also Grant Canfield, Vincent Di Fate, Tom Foster, Walt Simonson. Contents include article by Piers Anthony, columns by Poul Anderson, and Ted White; “The Complete Toomey Experience” by Greg Benford; Grafanedica #1: a fanzine ABOUT fanzines is a section with “Living in a Fanzine: The Art of James Shull” by Barry Gillam; “The Making of a Fanzine” by Bill Bowers; “Editor: One Who Edits” by Larry McCombs; “Apples and Oranges and Editorials” by Dave Locke.
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Alistair Durie bids $10

B7 – […] – PARERGON PAPERS (cover says Australian Science Fiction Review; title missing from scan), undated (I am guessing early-mid 1970s), 40 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: Australia. Edited by John Bangsund, described by Mike Glicksohn as one of fandom’s 10 best writers.
Cover by Ellis. Two poems by Ursula K. Le Guin; Brain Aldiss’s “Address to the 1966 Melbourne Science Fiction Convention”; Bruce Gillespie “On Reading Science Fiction”; David Grigg on “Why I Gave Up Publishing Fanzines”; Brain Aldiss, “Adrift in the Cryptozoic; John McPharlin, “Aldiss Unzipped”; Cherry Wilder, “The Enigma of Malacia”
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MINIMUM BID reduced to: $3.00

B8 – […] – SCYTHROP 22, April 1971, 48 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: Australia. Edited by John Bangsund.
Cover by John Sandler. Contents include “The View In” by Ursula K. Le Guin; “My Life and Grimes” by A. Bertram Chandler; “Syncon 70” by John Foyster; “On and Off the Abomnibus” by John Brosnan; “The March of Mind” by Bangsund; “Plumbers of the Cosmos” by George Turner.
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MINIMUM BID reduced to: $3.00

B9 – […] – PHILOSOPHICAL GAS 26, Summer 1974, 28 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: Australia. Edited by John Bangsund.
Cover by Brian O’Nolan. Contents include “The March of Mind” by Bangsund; “The Strange World of Flann O’Brien” by Walt Willis; “Hell” by Leigh Edmonds; letters.
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MINIMUM BID reduced to: $3.00

G5 – [2] – ENERGUMEN 3, August 1970, 50 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: Canada. Edited by Mike Glicksohn.
Cover by Tim Kirk. Interior art by Alpajpuri, Alicia Austin, Derek Carter, ConR Faddis, Jack Gaughan; Mike Gilbert; Alexis Gilliland; Jonh Ingham; Kirk, Jim McLeod, Andy Porter, Bill Rotsler. Contents: “Feedback From The Mike” by Glicksohn; “Villiers in Dimension” by Margaret Hamer; “Touch me not” by Joe W. Haldeman; “Don’t Make Waves” by Angus Taylor; “1969: The Prozines” by Tony Lewis; “Kumquat May” column by Rosemary Ullyot; “The World of Series” by John Douglas; reviews; “Mythed Again” by Robert Bryant Jr.; letters.
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Sandra Bond bids $10.00

G6 – [2] – ENERGUMEN 13, September 1972, 54 pages, heavy covers, mimeo. Country of Publication: Canada. Edited by Mike and Susan Glicksohn.
An issue from the year for which ENERGUMEN won Best Fanzine Hugo. Cover by Grant Canfield. Interior art by Terry Austin, Randy Bathurst, Canfield, Di Fate, Mike Gilbert, Jim McLeod, Andy Porter, Dan Steffan, Jim Shull, Bill Rotsler, etc. Seven page “Creature Feature” art folio by Canfield. Contents: “Feedback From The Mike” by Mike Glicksohn; “Life and Death in Meaningful Conflict Strive” by Sandra Miesel; “Loves of a Lexicologist” by Walt Liebscher; “What No Mad Scientist?” by Bubbles Broxon; “Philip K. Dick and the Psychogenic Origins of Death by Meteor Strike” by Angus Taylor; “Kumquat May” column by Rosemary Ullyot; “My 2cents Worth” column by Susan Glicksohn; and letters.
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Sandra Bond bids $15.00

G7 – [2] – ENERGUMEN 15, May 1973, thick issue announced as the last issue, heavy covers, includes three art folios, mimeo. Country of Publication: Canada. Edited by Mike and Susan Glicksohn.
Cover by George Barr; back cover by Steve Fabian. Interior art by Terry Austin, Randy Bathurst, Grant Canfield, Derek Carter, Jack Gaughan, Jay Kinney, Kirk, Bill Kunkel, Rotsler, James Shull, Dan Steffan, etc. Contents: “Feedback From The Mike” by Mike Glicksohn; “My 2cents Worth” column by Susan Glicksohn; “Kumquat May” column by Rosemary Ullyot; and letters.
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Sandra Bond bids $15.00

G8 – [2] – ENERGUMEN 16, September 1981, 106 pages, heavy covers, mimeo. Country of Publication: Canada. Edited by Mike Glicksohn.
Susan Wood in memoriam issue, also 11th anniversary issue. Cover by Derek Parks-Carter; back cover by Joan Hanke-Woods. Interior art by Alicia Austin, Jim Barker, Harry Bell, Grant Canfield, Derek Carter, Phil Foglio, Jack Gaughan, C. Lee Healy, Jay Kinney, Tim Kirk, Jim Odbert, Bill Rotsler, Stu Shiffman, Dan Steffan, Joan Hanke-Woods. Contents: “Feedback From The Mike” by Mike Glicksohn; “Several Cents Worth” by Susan Wood; “Some Words from the Publisher” by Mike Glicksohn; “Notes for a Fanarkle” by Dave Locke’; “Thots While Lawn-Mowing” by Ted White; AutoClave GoH speech by Gene Wolfe; “Too Good for Pica” by Steve Leigh; “BoSH of Arabia” by Bob Shaw; “Thots While Swinging” by Bill Bowers; “At the Mountains of Mimeography” by Patrick Nielsen-Hayden; “An Informal History of Modern Science Fiction” by Joe Haldeman; “God and the Laundromat” by Mike Glicksohn; “The March of Mind” by John Bangsund; “Group Dynamics of Conventional Assembly” by Dave Langford; an Entropy Reprint, “The Fan Who Hated Quote Cards” by Terry Carry; “Kumquat May” column by Rosemary Ullyot; “The Fine Arts of Juggling and Computer Programming” by Ro Lutz-Nagey; “Back Page” by Susan Wood.
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Sandra Bond bids $20.00

C3 – […] – YANDRO 219, February 1973, 62 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Robert & Juanita Coulson.
Cover by Juanita Coulson. Twentieth Anniversary issue. Column by each of the editors, plus A Coulumn by son Bruce; review “”King Dinosaur Is Alive and Unwell and Living at MGM” by Gene DeWeese; article “Lawyers And Other Unsavory Characters” by Bob Tucker; verse “On the ‘Most Naked Lady’ Award at Westercon XXV/Mythcon III Masquerade” by J. R. Christopher; article “The Dethieving of America” by Andy Offutt; verse “A Walk in the City” by L. Sprague de Camp; book reviews by the editors; column “Through the Wringer” by Liz Fishman; column “Difugality #19” by Dave Locke; “An /O/d/e/ Annotated Verse-Memo to Bureaucracy” by Alexis Gilliland; fanzine reviews; letters. Last sheet is loose.
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MINIMUM BID reduced to: $3.00

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R1 – [3] – PEON 22, May 1952, 34 pages plus covers, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Charles Lee Riddle.
Cover by Anuillo Amabile (sp?). Fourth annish. Peon Notes by Riddle, fiction Larry Saunders; The Vizigraph and I by Jerry Bixby (about his editorship of Planet Stories); fiction by Harry Weatherby; Experting Second Hand by James Blish (on writing non-fiction for Planet and Bixby); fiction by Kilian Houston Brunner, better known as John Brunner; Fanzines: A Personal Opinion, by Edward Wood; Checklist of British Unknowns, by Riddle; letter to editor from Dave Mason; Studies In Poe by George Wetzel; “Life With Fodder” faan fiction by Len J. Moffatt; Fantastuff (publishing news, and nominations for best of the year as a poem) by Terry Carr; Thoughts While Strolling, by E. Hoffman Price; The Fan Press (fanzine reviews) by Riddle.
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MINIMUM BID: $3.00

R2 – [3] – PEON 23, July 1952, 28 pages plus covers, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Charles Lee Riddle.
Cover by Ron Rentz. Peon Notes by Riddle, fiction by Joe Hensley, Politics and STF or The Robot and the Komisar (article) by Dave Mason; Jim Harmon on fan feuds; Lee Hoffman explains “I Was Robert Bloch”; Galaxy editor H. L. Gold describes “Galaxy and the Femme Fatale”; Fantastuff column by Terry Carr; T. E. Watkins is the “Kan Kan Kabitzer” writing about fans and pros.
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MINIMUM BID: $3.00

R3 – [3] – PEON 26, February 1953, 32 pages plus covers, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Charles Lee Riddle.
Cover by Les Chapman. Peon Notes by Riddle, fiction by Dave Mason, Figmos column number 2 by Hal Shapiro, The Definition of Science Fiction, by Jim Hayden, The Fan Press (fanzine reviews) by John Ledyard, Test Yourself, by Ken Slater, Limited Editions – Big Deal, by Larry Saunders, Fantastuff column, by Terry Carr, including a Pogo-hommage poem in which Carr announces his picks for the year’s best in SF; a terrible one-page poem by Isabelle E. Dinwiddie; The Howell Magazines, by John Marim.
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MINIMUM BID: $3.00

R4 – [3] – PEON 27, May 1953, 32 pages plus covers, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Charles Lee Riddle.
Cover by McIntyre. Peon Notes by Riddle; fiction by Joe Hensley; articles by Riddle and by Ian T. Macauley about the number of SF mags being published (28) and announced (two) (cost of buying all issues of 28 titles for a year: $61.80); fiction by Larry Saunders; and columns: T. E. Watkins’s Kan Kan Kabitzer, Jim Harmon’s Harmony, Terry Carr’s Fantastuff, John Ledyard’s The Fan Press.
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MINIMUM BID: $3.00

R5 – [3] – PEON 31, March 1954, 42 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Charles Lee Riddle. Last sheet is loose.
Cover by D. Young. One-page poem by Isabelle E. Dinwiddie; fiction by R. L. Peters; Jim Harmon’s Harmony column; Bob Tucker reviews L. Sprague de Camp’s Science Fiction Handbook; T. E. Watkins’s Kan Kan Kabitzer column; one page of cartoons by Denness Morton; Terry Carr’s Fantastuff column; Dick Clarkson on the prozines; Ian T. Macauley reviews fanzines; Peon Notes by Riddle.
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MINIMUM BID: $3.00

B10 – [3] – STICKY QUARTERS 13, November 1985, 58 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Brian Earl Brown.
Covers by Taral. A terrific fanthology of travel writing, majority by DUFF and TAFF winners. To England section: Two-Fisted TAFF Tale” by Terry Hughes; Tackett’s Travels in TAFFland by Roy Tackett; “The Long Way to Tipperary by Sam Long. To Australia section: “Kaufamn Coast to Coast by Jerry Kaufman; The Trhee P’s: Perdue, Pigs & Petards by Joyce Scrivner. To America section: “The Grizzly Bear Lodge by Taral; Tyre Tracks Over America by Christine Ashby. Elsewhere: The Evil Empire Strikes Back by Gregory Benford; A Naturalist Abroad by Mary Walsh. And To The Poke With Mashed Potatoes by Eric Myer. Interior art by the Usual Suspects.
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MINIMUM BID: $5.00

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Round 3

Last chance to bid on unbid-upon items, i.e. items with a [_] in place of [3].

New items in this round are below the repeated previous round bid items.

Bids must be sent to this email address: sjhtnippon2007 AT yahoo DOT ca.

Rest of auction rules and auction info, see Round 1 posting.

B1 - [1] - CRY OF THE NAMELESS No. 125, March 1959, 45 pages. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by the Busbys and Wally Weber.
This issue features contributions from Walt Willis ("The Sterling Fanzine," not in Bergeron's collected Willis collection), Ed Cox, John Berry, Les Gerber, Bruce Pelz and F. M. Busby (reviewing prozines as "Renfrew Pemberton"). The letter column, edited by Elinor Busby, includes Don Franson, Walt Willis, Archie Mercer, Len Moffatt, Bruce Pelz, Robert Lichtman, Boyd Raeburn, Es Adams, Jim Caughran, Bjo, and others. This copy originally sent to Charles Burbee, who no doubt created the small stain lower left of cover. Overall in very good condition.
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Tommy Ferguson bids $20

T1 - [2] - DNQ (a set), 28 April 1978 to Oct. 1983. Issued every three weeks
or monthly, mostly: 447 total pages. Country of Publication: Canada. Edited by Taral Wayne and Victoria Vayne. Cover by Taral; back cover by Marc Schirmeister.
Plus the associated issues of TYPO (DNQ letters of comment) plus DOWN WITH! 1 - 3.
A pile of finely-mimeographed twiltone one and three-quarters inches high. Quantity and quality. Word association: you see the name Taral, you think fan artist. But Taral excelled also in other areas: mimeography is one of those areas. Both Taral and Victoria produced sharply printed, two- and three-colour issues. DNQ (the acronym of the fannish instruction do not quote) was the "newszine of quintessential faanishness" (issues 1 through 4); the "subjective faanish newsletter" (issues 5 through 9); a "subjective
fit of extemporaneous faanishness (issue 11). Issue 12 announced DNQ to be the
"unauthorized addenda to File 770. "POLICY...We do not attempt to give
comprehensive coverage of fandom so much as hope to add another dimension to
the services provided by other newszines. The exotic or outre or mythic properly belong in our pages, though we will never hesitate to stoop to vulgar scooping of more secular news if the opportunity presents itself. To be perfectly honest, we aim to please ourselves, and in so doing bring pleasure to other fans and friends who are our readers. If our editorial aim seems a trifle erratic, the purpose is the same. If we raise anticipation
rather than dissatisfaction, we must be doing something right..." The final DNQ is a very fine 92-page genzine. Writers in the final DNQ are Rich Coad, Eric Mayer, Stu Shiffman, John Berry (column), Dave Langford, Taral, plus a Susan Wood reprint. Art by Marc Schirmeister (album), Barry Kent MacKay and Taral, Taral and Harry Bell, Taral, Terry Jeeves, Tom Foster/Ken Fletcher, Taral & August Dore. TYPO is the occasional collection of letters of comment about DNQ. DOWN WITH! is "Trivia and miscellany about the Derelicts and friends" in 1978. The Derelicts was a group of Toronto fans. One of Taral's few remaining sets: when else are you going to be able to own a set?
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ01.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ02.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ03.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ04.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ05-Typo1.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ05.pdf http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ06.pdf
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http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ11.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ12.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ13.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ14-Typo3.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ14.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ15-Typo4.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ15.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ16(16-17Annish).pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ16-17-Typo5.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ17(16-17Annish).pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ18.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ19.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ20-Typo6.pdf
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http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ21.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ22.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ23-Typo7.pdf
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http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ26.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ27.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ28.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ29&30-Typo9.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ29(29&30).pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ30(LeZombie63).pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ31.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ32(40base8).pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ32(real).pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ33.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ34.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DownWith!1.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DownWith!2.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DownWith!3.pdf
Peter Halasz bids $25

S1 - [1] - OPERATION FANTAST, Vol. 1 (New Series) No. 3, December, 1949, 16
pages, digest. Country of Publication: Great Britain. Edited by Capt. K. F. Slater.
Historically important British fanzine. Cover art by Peter Ridley. Fiction, "Recent British Books" by E.J. Carnell, "Science Review" by Ken Slater, "GENERAL CHUNTERING" by Slater, ads, one poem. The serious SF fanzine collector should have at least an
example issue of OPERATION FANTAST.
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Tommy Ferguson bids $20

L1 - [1] - BEABOHEMA 2, December 1968, 64 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited and copyright by Francis G. Lunney (pirates beware!).
Cover by Jim McLeod. Articles include "Convention Fanfare" by Leo P. Kelley; "Norman Spinrad: Innovator of the Horror Juvenile" by Will Bog; "Baycon Lack of Progress Report #5" by Dale A. Goble; "Bull Artist" by Seth Dogramajian; "Journey to the Unknown" by Robert Bloch; "Do Androids Snore While Dreaming of Electric Sheep?" by Faith Lincoln; "'I Fell Asleep in Poetry Class and'" by Jerry Kaufman. Letter writers include Spinrad, Lee Hoffman, Harry Warner, Redd Boggs, Ed Cox, Michael E. Dobson (same Dobson who is a member of this year's Corflu?); Faith Lincoln, Jack Gaughan, Piers Anthony, Ned Brooks.
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Frank Lunney bids $10

S3 - [1] - EN GARDE 4, undated but circa 1968, 62 pages, mimeo interior. Country of Publication: USA . Edited by Richard Schultz.
Covers are Avengers TV show stills of Patrick McNee and Diana Rigg. "The Magazine concerned with quite a number of things, but primarily with that most watchable of telly shows, 'The Avengers', and its most elegant personalities, Patrick McNee and Diana Rigg." Editorial; "The Pretenders Last Case: or The Civil Service Has its Moments" a satire by Dave Studer; "The Avengers in Vinyl" record review by Hank Davis; "Mit Schirm, Charme und Melone" two articles translated from Bravo magazine by Stephen H. Lewis; "News & Notes"; letters from Avengers fans including Bob Toomey, Bob Vardeman, Harry Warner (long), Derek Carter, Bjo Trimble, and Graham Charnock.
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Alistair Durie bids $10

L2 - […] - BEABOHEMA 3, March 1968, 80 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited and copyright by Francis G. Lunney.
Cover by Jim McLeod. Back cover by Robert E. Gilbert. Beabohema began picking up speed with its third issue. “The Contest: A Confession” begins “In late 1962 I decided to end it all. All work, that is; I packed my wife off to earn my living, while I stayed home and wrote science fiction. The same time that I made my first sale, I joined a fan organization called NFFF (I was once informed the initials stood for National Funny Farm Federation), so my indoctrination as a neo-writer and neo-fan were simultaneous.” This a great True or False SF writer question: Piers Anthony was a member of the N3F. Answer: True. And there is more Anthony in BAB 3: a column titled Babble. Also the first installment of Leo P. Kelly’s column; an article by sometime Anthony novel collaborator Robert E. Margroff, co-writer with Anthony of The Ring; “First Impressions of Fandom” by Dale A. Goble, Jr.,; “Fandom’s Vocal Point,” fanzine reviews by Al Snider; Seth Dogramajian’s Bull Artist column which begins “First off, I would like to publicly make amends with Jack Gaughan about that business with Frazetta last issue.” The Ring is reviewed by Faith Lincoln. A Gaughan letter leads off the letter column; also a LoC from Bob Silverberg (still living in New York City).
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MINIMUM BID: $5.00

L3 - […] - BEABOHEMA 5, August 1969, 110 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited and copyright by Francis G. Lunney.
Annish issue. A four page cover by Jim McLeod and Gabe Eisenstein, about Old Wave stalwart John J. Pierce and the New Wave. Back cover by Robert E. Gilbert. Dean Koontz contributes a column titled “Way Station” about movies. Also more “Babble” by Anthony, “Axe-Grindings: A Tribute to Truth” by Ron Smith; “A Feghooting” by Denny Lien; “Nobody Believes in Me” by Joe Hensley; “John J. Pierce and the 3rd Foundering” by Goble. More than 30 pages of letters, including an epic by Anthony, also Koontz, and James Blish.
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MINIMUM BID: $5.00

L5 – […] – SYNDROME 3, undated (“If I hadn’t dropped the title of Beabohema this might have been the fifth annish”), 24 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited and copyright by Francis G. Lunney.
Cover by Jay Kinney. Back cover a collaboration among Dan Steffan and Grant Canfield and Kinney. “ec/dc it all started with Pud” part 1 by R, Meltzer, illus. by Steffan; “How I Got Here From There,” written and illus. by Kinney; “Carton Jams” by Canfield & Kinney (five pages); “the difference between men and women” by Darrell Schweitzer, beginning with a quote from a H.P. Lovecraft letter to Frank Belknap Long; 11 pages of letters.
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MINIMUM BID: $5.00

L5a – […] – TALES OF FUR AND LEATHER ADVENTURE FAN MAGAZINE, June 1979, 24 pages, mimeo. One-shot by the Bread and Tulips Fanzine Collective. Country of Publication: USA. Edited and copyright by Linda Lounsbury.
Cover by Ken Fletcher. “An Unsolicited Endorsement by Edgar Rice Gerbil” by Denny Lien, art by Ray Allard; “How Ken Met Linda” by John Bartelt, art by Larry Becker; “Love’s Passionate Osculation” by Garth Danielson, art by Fletcher; “The Thing in the Lake” by Kara Daley, art by James Odbert; “Have Gat—Will Travel” by Dave Wizon, art by Cecilia Henle; “Pooh Bare and the Forbidden Fruit” by Karen Johnson, art by Kathy Marschall; “How to Make a Nice Quilt” by Lounsbury, art by Lounsbury; “The Runaway Bride” by Lounsbury, art by Marschall; “The English Detective” by Joyce Scrivner, art by Reed Waller; “The End of the Universe” by S. J. Voelker & Michael Mornard, art by Voelker.
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MINIMUM BID: $2.00

L5b – […] – TALES OF FUR AND LEATHER ADVENTURE FAN MAGAZINE, June 1979, 24 pages, mimeo. One-shot by the Bread and Tulips Fanzine Collective. Country of Publication: USA. Edited and copyright by Linda Lounsbury.
Same as L5a, above, but with cover hand-coloured by Lounsbury.
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MINIMUM BID: $4.00

M1 – […] – A FAKE FAN IN LONDON, 58 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA.
Trans Atlantic Fan Fund (TAFF) trip report. http://taff.org.uk/taffhist.html Madle was the 1957 winner of the fan fund-financed trip to London to attend that year’s Worldcon.
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MINIMUM BID: $4.00

T4 – […] – TORONTO THE GHOOD, 1988, 44 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: Canada. Edited by Taral Wayne.
Cover a collage of covers of Toronto fanzines. Toronto the Ghood was published for the first Ditto convention http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ditto_(convention) Anthology of reprinted articles representing the sweep of Toronto fandom. Writers are Beak Taylor, P. Howard Lyons, Boyd Raeburn et al, Raeburn alone, Peter Gill, Susan Wood, Rosemary Ullyot, Mike Glicksohn, Victoria Vayne, Bob Wilson, Janet Wilson, Phil Paine, Taral Wayne, Bob Webber. PLUS several Ditto 1 convention publications: four-page program description; “The Same To You” Ditto 1 one-shot (14 pages); “Scavenger Hunt Point System” one pager.
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MINIMUM BID: $5.00

G3 – […] – 1986 SCIENCE FICTION FANTHOLOGY, 1987, 58 pages, photocopy. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Mike Glyer.
Cover by Teddy Harvia. Sub-titled “The Best Fan Writing of 1986.” Reprint articles by Christopher Priest, Avedon Carol, Eric Mayer, Jeanne Gomoll, Patrick Nielsen Hayden, Elst Weinstein, Teresa Nielsen Hayden, David Langford, Tim Jones, Skel, Arthur Hlavaty, Greg Bennett. Illustrations by Brad Foster, Kip Williams, and Steve Stiles.
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MINIMUM BID: $5.00

B4 – […] – FANTHOLOGY ‘87, 1991, 74 pages, photocopy. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Richard Brandt.
Cover by Teddy Harvia. Reprint articles by Terry Carr, Patrick & Teresa Nielsen Hayden, Dave Langford, Harry Warner, Jr., Marc Ortlieb, Gary Hubbard, Lilian Edwards, Christina Lake & Simon Ounsley, Cy Chauvin, Bruce Gillespie, Greg Benford, Teresa Nielsen Hayden, Linda E. Bushyager, Christopher Priest, Jeanne Gomoll, Arthur Hlavaty & Bernadette Bosky. Illustrations by Teddy Harvia.
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MINIMUM BID: $5.00

G4 – […] - FANTHOLOGY 1988, 1992, 74 pages, photocopy. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Mike Glyer.
Cover and interior illustrations by William Rotsler. Reprint articles by Andy Hooper, T. L. Bohman, Guy McLimore, Jodie Offutt, Sherry Coldsmith, Judith Hanna, Graham P. Collins, Skel, Glyer, Mark Leeper, Chuq Von Rospach, Glyer, Bruce Gardner, Dave Langford, Glyer, Suford Lewis, Elinor Malin, Jean Weber, Dr. Bill Breuer, Marc Ortlieb, Hooper.
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MINIMUM BID: $5.00

L6 – […] – FANTHOLOGY 1994, 2000, 64 pages, photocopy. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Robert Lichtman.
Cover by Stu Shiffman. Reprint articles by Andy Hooper, Jae Leslie Adams, Lenny Bailes, Greg Benford, A. Vincent Clarke, Big Bill Donaho, Lilian Edwards, Gordon Eklund, John Foyster, Andrew Hooper, Lucy Huntzinger, Mark Kernes, Dave Langford, Simon Ounsley, Greg Pickersgill, Nigel Richardson, William Rotsler, Dale Speirs, Dan Steffan, Ted White.
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MINIMUM BID: $5.00

P2 – [2] – ALGOL 16, December 1970, 44 pages, printed. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Andrew Porter.
Cover by Jim Steranko. “The Devaluation Of Values” by J. J. Pierce, “Science Fiction In Italy” by Gian Paolo Cossato, “My Column” by Ted White, “It’s A Sing-Along Sensation!” by Jay Kinney, book reviews by Richard Lupoff, “Doorway; a column” by Greg Benford, letters. Artwork by artists including Vaughn Bode, Stephen Fabian, Kinney, Michael Gilbert, and Doug Lovenstein.
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Alistair Durie bids $10

P3 – [2] – ALGOL 17, November 1971, 44 pages, printed. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Andrew Porter.
Cover by Joe Staton. “The Influence of Fandom” by Robert A.W. Lowndes, “Lefty Feep & I” by Robert Bloch, book reviews by Richard Lupoff, “Thoughts While Typing: column” by Greg Benford, “John W. Campbell & The Meat Market” by John Bangsund, letters. Artwork by artists including Vaughn Bode, Ross Chamberlain, Michael Gilbert, Jeff Jones, Walt Simonson, Steve Stiles, and Trina.
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Alistair Durie bids $10

P4 – […] – ALGOL 18, May 1972, 44 pages, printed. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Andrew Porter.
Cover by Joe Staton. “Writing And ‘The Demolished Man’’” by Alfred Bester, “The Dolphin Days” by Thomas Burnett Swann, book reviews by Richard Lupoff, “Science Fiction in France” by Jacque Sadoul, “My Column” by Ted White, “Charles Brockden Brown: The Broken-Hearted Look” by Richard Wilson; “Traveling Jiant” by Robert Silverberg, letters. Artwork by artists including Vaughn Bode, Jim Cawthorn, C. Ross Chamberlain, Freff, C. Lee Healy, Mike Hinge, Tim Kirk, Jim McLeod, and Bill Rotsler.
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MINIMUM BID: $5.00

H1 – […] – PULP 13, May 1989, 30 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: Great Britain. Edited by Rob Hansen and Avedon Carol.
Cover by Harry Bell (a homage to Arthur “ATom” Thompson). “Splinters” by John Harvey, “Contrivance” by Jonathan Cowie, “Jetbuff Ltd.” by Dave Langford, “Creative Random History” by Chuch Harris, “”Just Desserts” by Taral Wayne, “One Eye on the Present (2)” by Skel, “The Poor Man’s Picture Gallery” by Harry Bond, “Cognitive Dissidents” by Avedon Carol. Back cover is loose.
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MINIMUM BID: $5.00

H2 – […] – PULP 9, July 1988, 30 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: Great Britain. Edited by Rob Hansen and Avedon Carol.
Cover by Arthur “ATom” Thompson. “Splinters” by Avedon Carol, “What It’s Like to Receive a Death Threat from Harlan Ellison” by Christopher Priest, “Jetbuff Ltd.” by Dave Langford, “Chalk & Cheese” by Bridget Wilkinson, letters. Headings by ATom.
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MINIMUM BID: $5.00

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B5 – [3] – OUTWORLDS 19, 4th Annish, First Quarter 1974, 44 pages, printed. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Bill Bowers.
Cover plus two more pages of robots by Grant Canfield. Centre-strip by Canfield and Kinney, plus more art by Dan Steffan, Mike Gilbert, Stephen E. Fabian, C. Lee Healy. Contents include “A Letter from Mike Glyer”; columns by Susan Glicksohn, Poul Anderson, Robert A W Lowndes, andrew j offutt, Ted White. Also Terry-Carr-selected Entropy Reprints: An Eohumor Triad by Henry Kuttner, Ray Bradbury, and Forrest J Ackerman.
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MINIMUM BID: $5.00

B6 – [3] – OUTWORLDS 20, 4th Annish, Second Quarter 1974, 36 pages, printed. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Bill Bowers.
Cover by Dan Steffan. More Steffan inside, also Grant Canfield, Vincent Di Fate, Tom Foster, Walt Simonson. Contents include article by Piers Anthony, columns by Poul Anderson, and Ted White; “The Complete Toomey Experience” by Greg Benford; Grafanedica #1: a fanzine ABOUT fanzines is a section with “Living in a Fanzine: The Art of James Shull” by Barry Gillam; “The Making of a Fanzine” by Bill Bowers; “Editor: One Who Edits” by Larry McCombs; “Apples and Oranges and Editorials” by Dave Locke.
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MINIMUM BID: $5.00

B7 – [3] – PARERGON PAPERS (cover says Australian Science Fiction Review; title missing from scan), undated (I am guessing early-mid 1970s), 40 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: Australia. Edited by John Bangsund, described by Mike Glicksohn as one of fandom’s 10 best writers.
Cover by Ellis. Two poems by Ursula K. Le Guin; Brain Aldiss’s “Address to the 1966 Melbourne Science Fiction Convention”; Bruce Gillespie “On Reading Science Fiction”; David Grigg on “Why I Gave Up Publishing Fanzines”; Brain Aldiss, “Adrift in the Cryptozoic; John McPharlin, “Aldiss Unzipped”; Cherry Wilder, “The Enigma of Malacia”
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MINIMUM BID: $5.00

B8 – [3] – SCYTHROP 22, April 1971, 48 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: Australia. Edited by John Bangsund.
Cover by John Sandler. Contents include “The View In” by Ursula K. Le Guin; “My Life and Grimes” by A. Bertram Chandler; “Syncon 70” by John Foyster; “On and Off the Abomnibus” by John Brosnan; “The March of Mind” by Bangsund; “Plumbers of the Cosmos” by George Turner.
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MINIMUM BID: $5.00

B9 – [3] – PHILOSOPHICAL GAS 26, Summer 1974, 28 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: Australia. Edited by John Bangsund.
Cover by Brian O’Nolan. Contents include “The March of Mind” by Bangsund; “The Strange World of Flann O’Brien” by Walt Willis; “Hell” by Leigh Edmonds; letters.
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MINIMUM BID: $4.00

G5 – [3] – ENERGUMEN 3, August 1970, 50 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: Canada. Edited by Mike Glicksohn.
Cover by Tim Kirk. Interior art by Alpajpuri, Alicia Austin, Derek Carter, ConR Faddis, Jack Gaughan; Mike Gilbert; Alexis Gilliland; Jonh Ingham; Kirk, Jim McLeod, Andy Porter, Bill Rotsler. Contents: “Feedback From The Mike” by Glicksohn; “Villiers in Dimension” by Margaret Hamer; “Touch me not” by Joe W. Haldeman; “Don’t Make Waves” by Angus Taylor; “1969: The Prozines” by Tony Lewis; “Kumquat May” column by Rosemary Ullyot; “The World of Series” by John Douglas; reviews; “Mythed Again” by Robert Bryant Jr.; letters.
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MINIMUM BID: $5.00

G6 – [3] – ENERGUMEN 13, September 1972, 54 pages, heavy covers, mimeo. Country of Publication: Canada. Edited by Mike and Susan Glicksohn.
An issue from the year for which ENERGUMEN won Best Fanzine Hugo. Cover by Grant Canfield. Interior art by Terry Austin, Randy Bathurst, Canfield, Di Fate, Mike Gilbert, Jim McLeod, Andy Porter, Dan Steffan, Jim Shull, Bill Rotsler, etc. Seven page “Creature Feature” art folio by Canfield. Contents: “Feedback From The Mike” by Mike Glicksohn; “Life and Death in Meaningful Conflict Strive” by Sandra Miesel; “Loves of a Lexicologist” by Walt Liebscher; “What No Mad Scientist?” by Bubbles Broxon; “Philip K. Dick and the Psychogenic Origins of Death by Meteor Strike” by Angus Taylor; “Kumquat May” column by Rosemary Ullyot; “My 2cents Worth” column by Susan Glicksohn; and letters.
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MINIMUM BID: $10.00

G7 – [3] – ENERGUMEN 15, May 1973, thick issue announced as the last issue, heavy covers, includes three art folios, mimeo. Country of Publication: Canada. Edited by Mike and Susan Glicksohn.
Cover by George Barr; back cover by Steve Fabian. Interior art by Terry Austin, Randy Bathurst, Grant Canfield, Derek Carter, Jack Gaughan, Jay Kinney, Kirk, Bill Kunkel, Rotsler, James Shull, Dan Steffan, etc. Contents: “Feedback From The Mike” by Mike Glicksohn; “My 2cents Worth” column by Susan Glicksohn; “Kumquat May” column by Rosemary Ullyot; and letters.
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MINIMUM BID: $10.00

G8 – [3] – ENERGUMEN 16, September 1981, 106 pages, heavy covers, mimeo. Country of Publication: Canada. Edited by Mike Glicksohn.
Susan Wood in memoriam issue, also 11th anniversary issue. Cover by Derek Parks-Carter; back cover by Joan Hanke-Woods. Interior art by Alicia Austin, Jim Barker, Harry Bell, Grant Canfield, Derek Carter, Phil Foglio, Jack Gaughan, C. Lee Healy, Jay Kinney, Tim Kirk, Jim Odbert, Bill Rotsler, Stu Shiffman, Dan Steffan, Joan Hanke-Woods. Contents: “Feedback From The Mike” by Mike Glicksohn; “Several Cents Worth” by Susan Wood; “Some Words from the Publisher” by Mike Glicksohn; “Notes for a Fanarkle” by Dave Locke’; “Thots While Lawn-Mowing” by Ted White; AutoClave GoH speech by Gene Wolfe; “Too Good for Pica” by Steve Leigh; “BoSH of Arabia” by Bob Shaw; “Thots While Swinging” by Bill Bowers; “At the Mountains of Mimeography” by Patrick Nielsen-Hayden; “An Informal History of Modern Science Fiction” by Joe Haldeman; “God and the Laundromat” by Mike Glicksohn; “The March of Mind” by John Bangsund; “Group Dynamics of Conventional Assembly” by Dave Langford; an Entropy Reprint, “The Fan Who Hated Quote Cards” by Terry Carry; “Kumquat May” column by Rosemary Ullyot; “The Fine Arts of Juggling and Computer Programming” by Ro Lutz-Nagey; “Back Page” by Susan Wood.
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MINIMUM BID: $15.00

C3 – [3] – YANDRO 219, February 1973, 62 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Robert & Juanita Coulson.
Cover by Juanita Coulson. Twentieth Anniversary issue. Column by each of the editors, plus A Coulumn by son Bruce; review “”King Dinosaur Is Alive and Unwell and Living at MGM” by Gene DeWeese; article “Lawyers And Other Unsavory Characters” by Bob Tucker; verse “On the ‘Most Naked Lady’ Award at Westercon XXV/Mythcon III Masquerade” by J. R. Christopher; article “The Dethieving of America” by Andy Offutt; verse “A Walk in the City” by L. Sprague de Camp; book reviews by the editors; column “Through the Wringer” by Liz Fishman; column “Difugality #19” by Dave Locke; “An /O/d/e/ Annotated Verse-Memo to Bureaucracy” by Alexis Gilliland; fanzine reviews; letters. Last sheet is loose.
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MINIMUM BID: $5.00

end of Round 3

Round 2 of online auction

ROUND 2-----------------------------------------------------------------------

Last chance to bid on unbid-upon items, i.e. items with a […] in place of [3].

New items in this round are below the repeated previous round bid items.

B1 - [2] - CRY OF THE NAMELESS No. 125, March 1959, 45 pages. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by the Busbys and Wally Weber.
This issue features contributions from Walt Willis ("The Sterling Fanzine," not in Bergeron's collected Willis collection), Ed Cox, John Berry, Les Gerber, Bruce Pelz and F. M. Busby (reviewing prozines as "Renfrew Pemberton"). The letter column, edited by Elinor Busby, includes Don Franson, Walt Willis, Archie Mercer, Len Moffatt, Bruce Pelz, Robert Lichtman, Boyd Raeburn, Es Adams, Jim Caughran, Bjo, and others. This copy originally sent to Charles Burbee, who no doubt created the small stain lower left of cover. Overall in very good condition.
Tommy Ferguson bids $20
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C1 - […] - OOPSLA! No. 27, May 1959, 24 pages. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Gregg Calkins.
Contributors include Bob Tucker, Ron Bennett, Dean Grennell, and Harry Warner Jr. The lettercol features Rich Elsberry, Es Adams, Djinn Faine, Len Moffatt, Bob Leman, Tom Reamy and Don Franson. Browning on cover appears to be from a book sitting on this copy, and otherwise this copy is near-mint.
MINIMUM BID: $12.
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B2 - […] SKY HOOK No. 16, Winter 1952-53, 46 pages. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Redd Boggs, who also writes extensively.
Other contributors include David H. Keller, Poul Anderson (a short collaboration with John Chapman and Oliver Saari), Noel Loomis, Jack Speer, James Blish (as "William Atheling Jr."), Philip José Farmer, and even H. G. Wells (reprinted from Certain Personal Matters, 1898). The letter column includes Anthony Boucher, H. L. Gold, Ray Bradbury, Jack Vance, Ed Wood, and Sam Moskowitz. Slight browning on front cover (looks worse in scan), otherwise very good condition.
MINIMUM BID: $20.
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B3 - […] - SKY HOOK No. 17, Spring 1953, 24 pages. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Redd Boggs, who writes at length including some FAPA mailing comments.
Contributors include Jack Speer ("Rising Standards," his classic article on fanzine publishing), "William Atheling Jr." and Lee Hoffman (poem). Letter writers include Fletcher Pratt, Poul Anderson, Ed Wood, Eric Frank Russell, Jack Speer, and Dean Grennell. Back cover detached, otherwise in excellent condition.
MINIMUM BID: $12.
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T1 - […] - DNQ (a set), 28 April 1978 to Oct. 1983. Issued every three weeks
or monthly, mostly: 447 total pages. Country of Publication: Canada. Edited by Taral Wayne and Victoria Vayne. Cover by Taral; back cover by Marc Schirmeister.
Plus the associated issues of TYPO (DNQ letters of comment) plus DOWN WITH! 1 - 3.
A pile of finely-mimeographed twiltone one and three-quarters inches high. Quantity and quality. Word association: you see the name Taral, you think fan artist. But Taral excelled also in other areas: mimeography is one of those areas. Both Taral and Victoria produced sharply printed, two- and three-colour issues. DNQ (the acronym of the fannish instruction do not quote) was the "newszine of quintessential faanishness" (issues 1 through 4); the "subjective faanish newsletter" (issues 5 through 9); a "subjective fit of extemporaneous faanishness (issue 11). Issue 12 announced DNQ to be the "unauthorized addenda to File 770. "POLICY...We do not attempt to give
comprehensive coverage of fandom so much as hope to add another dimension to the services provided by other newszines. The exotic or outre or mythic properly belong in our pages, though we will never hesitate to stoop to vulgar scooping of more secular news if the opportunity presents itself. To be perfectly honest, we aim to please ourselves, and in so doing bring pleasure to other fans and friends who are our readers. If our editorial aim seems a trifle erratic, the purpose is the same. If we raise anticipation rather than dissatisfaction, we must be doing something right..." The final DNQ is a very fine 92-page genzine. Writers in the final DNQ are Rich Coad, Eric Mayer, Stu Shiffman, John Berry (column), Dave Langford, Taral, plus a Susan Wood reprint. Art by Marc Schirmeister (album), Barry Kent MacKay and Taral, Taral and Harry Bell, Taral, Terry Jeeves, Tom Foster/Ken Fletcher, Taral & August Dore. TYPO is the occasional collection of letters of comment about DNQ. DOWN WITH! is "Trivia and miscellany about the Derelicts and friends" in 1978. The Derelicts was a group of Toronto fans. One of Taral's few remaining sets: when else are you going to be able to own a set?
MINIMUM BID: $25
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S1 - [2] - OPERATION FANTAST, Vol. 1 (New Series) No. 3, December, 1949, 16
pages, digest. Country of Publication: Great Britain. Edited by Capt. K. F. Slater.
Historically important British fanzine. Cover art by Peter Ridley. Fiction, "Recent British Books" by E.J. Carnell, "Science Review" by Ken Slater, "GENERAL CHUNTERING" by Slater, ads, one poem. The serious SF fanzine collector should have at least an example issue of OPERATION FANTAST.
Tommy Ferguson bids $20
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T2 - […] - SCIENCE FICTION NEWS LETTER 24, Mar. 1952, 16 pages, digest. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Bob Tucker.
Cover by Lee Hoffman. "The leading newspaper of the science fiction field" was edited bimonthly by Bob Tucker. Interior art by Hoffman, Richard Bergeron, Judy Tucker, and Chester A. Polk. This is Roger Sims's copy. "DUFFY WYG& AND $$ON" column by Tucker; "MAGAZINES" column; "FAN-NEWS ROUNDUP (Conventions & Confabs); BOOKS, BOOKS AND WRITERS; THE BIG BLOODSHOT EYE (Tape and Wire Recordings); THE FANTASY BOOKMAN by Darrell C. Richardson.
MINIMUM BID: $2.00
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T3 - […] - SCIENCE FICTION NEWS LETTER 25, May, 1952, 16 pages, digest. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Bob Tucker.
Cover by Lee Hoffman. "The leading newspaper of the science fiction field" was edited bimonthly by Bob Tucker. Interior art by Bergeron, Lee Hoffman, Chester A. Polk, and Harold Cheney. This is Roger Sims's copy. THE REPORTER (Do you read science fiction in the bathtub? answered by Gregg Calkins, Robert Bloch, Poul Anderson, Roy Cummings, Nancy Gerding, J.T. Oliver, Dick Ryan, Lynn Hickman, Richard Elsberry, Betty Sullivan, Don Ford, Walter Willis, Frank Robinson, Len Moffatt, Art Rapp, Ray Beam, Judy May. Also "MAGAZINES"; a review of movie Flight to Mars; "FAN-NEWS ROUNDUP (Conventions & Confabs); BOOKS; PEOPLE; LETTERS to the Editor.”
MINIMUM BID: $2.00
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G1 - […] - ALIEN CRITIC, THE 5, May 1973, 68 pages, digest. Country of Publication: USA. Sub-titled "an informal science fiction & fantasy journal." Edited by Richard E. Geis.
Cover by Tim Kirk. ALIEN CRITIC is Geis's SCIENCE FICTION REVIEW in all but name. GEIS switched to ALIEN CRITIC for a handful of issues and then returned to SCIENCE FICTION REVIEW. Articles are "An Interview with Fritz Leiber"; "A Flop by Any Other Name" (review of Vertex SF magazine) by Geis; "The Literary Dreamers" by James Blish; "Irvin Binkin Meets H.P. Lovecraft" by Jack Chalker. Also SF Notes; book reviews; books received. SPECULATIONS: "Sex, Orgasm & Technology" and "The Future of Baseball." Letters and a review of SF TV movie which begins "Last night's ABC 'science fiction' made-for-TV movie A COLD NIGHT'S DEATH was riveting from beginning to contemptible end."
MINIMUM BID: $4.00
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G2 - […] - ALIEN CRITIC, THE 6, August 1973, 80 pages, digest. Country of Publication: USA. Sub-titled "an informal science fiction & fantasy journal." Edited by Richard E. Geis.
Cover by Grant Canfield. ALIEN CRITIC is Geis's SCIENCE FICTION REVIEW in all but name. GEIS switched to ALIEN CRITIC for a handful of issues and then returned to SCIENCE FICTION REVIEW. "Alien Thoughts" by Geis; "The Trenchant Bludgeon" (column by Ted White); "An Interview with R.A. Lafferty"; "Translation from the Editorial" by Marion Z. Bradley. Also "The Alien's Archives"; "SF & Fantasy Notes"; "Of Special Note"; book reviews; letters. Interior art by Tim Kirk, Bill Rotsler, Mike Gilbert, David English, Jim McLeod.
MINIMUM BID: $4.00
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P1 - […] - ANVIL 52, October 1990, 44 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Charlotte Proctor and Richard Spann.
Cover by Cindy T. Riley. Many SF clubs produce a newsletter. A few club produce a fanzine. ANVIL was the Birmingham, Alabama SF Club's fine fanzine. Issue 52 is especially notable because of the Bob Shaw material. The Irish fan was a famous fan writer and speaker (he also wrote SF, e.g. "Light of Other Days"). Contents: "Charlotte's Web" (editorial by Charlotte); "The Cook, the Thief, His Wife, and Dick Tracy" by Richard Gilliam; "Irish Fan visits Tennessee and Alabama" by Bob Shaw; "DeepSouthCon GoH Speech, June 9, 1990" by Shaw; "Life is But a Raffle" by Shaw; “The Old Ironmaster Looks at his own zine" column by Buck Coulson; “Fanzine Reviews” by Roy G. Bivens; “Mystery Review” by Buck Coulson; “Hugo Winners Reviewed” by Patrick J. Gibbs; “Interview with Tom Clancy” (yes, the Tom Clancy); letters.
MINIMUM BID: $4.00
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L1 - [2] - BEABOHEMA 2, December 1968, 64 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited and copyright by Francis G. Lunney (pirates beware!).
Cover by Jim McLeod. Articles include "Convention Fanfare" by Leo P. Kelley; "Norman Spinrad: Innovator of the Horror Juvenile" by Will Bog; "Baycon Lack of Progress Report #5" by Dale A. Goble; "Bull Artist" by Seth Dogramajian; "Journey to the Unknown" by Robert Bloch; "Do Androids Snore While Dreaming of Electric Sheep?" by Faith Lincoln; "'I Fell Asleep in Poetry Class and'" by Jerry Kaufman. Letter writers include Spinrad, Lee Hoffman, Harry Warner, Redd Boggs, Ed Cox, Michael E. Dobson (same Dobson who is a member of this year's Corflu?); Faith Lincoln, Jack Gaughan, Piers Anthony, Ned Brooks.
Frank Lunney bids $10
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O1- […] - STILL LIFE 2, May 1985, 20 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: Great Britain. Edited by Simon Ounsley "who, to the relief of some of his readers, can't find his fancy daisy wheel."
Cover art by Jeanne Gomoll. Personal writing by Simon plus letters and Simon's long responses to said letters. Simon was a TAFF candidate at the time.
MINIMUM BID: $3
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O2 - […] - STILL LIFE 4, November 1986, 32 pages. Country: Great Britain. Edited by Simon Ounsley.
Cover by Lilian Edwards. Back cover by Nigel E. Richardson. Four cartoons by that British gem D. West. Featuring "Life with the Giraffes" if that helps you. Like issue 2, above, but more of it.
MINIMUM BID: $3
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S2 - […] - FANHISTORICA 4, December 1982, 52 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by JoeD Siclari.
Cover by Stu Shiffman. Back cover is a fabulous promotion, alas not in colour, for Nolacon by Hannes Bok. Fanhistorica is a wide ranging collection of reprints. "Fandom As A Way of Life?" by Alva Rogers (Fan Guest of Honor speech Westercon XV Banquet, 1962; "Fanoclasts" by Dick Lupoff (from bastion 3, spring 1962, Eric Bentcliffe); Tucker Hotel floor plans by "Bob Shaw et al" (two pages); part three of the reprinting of F. Towner Laney's epic memoir "Ah! Sweet Idiocy"; reprint of Tucker's Science Fiction News Letter 22 (October, 1951); "The RAY NELSON Do It Yourself Cartoon Kit."
MINIMUM BID: $5.00
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C2 - […] - CIPHER 5, December 1971, 22 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Chris Couch.
Cover by Doug Lovenstein. Editorial; "The Then People” by Ray Nelson; "Bowl of Pipe Stories" by Doug Lovenstein; "Very Midsummer Madness" by Alice Sanvito; nine pages of letters by Will Straw, Earl Evers, Barry Smotroff, Roy Tackett, Dave Hulvey, Lane Lambert, Mike Glicksohn, Dave Burton, Aljo Svoboda, Rick Stooker, Greg Shaw. Interior art by Lovenstein, Steve Stiles, and Bill Kunkel.
MINIMUM BID: $3.00
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S3 - [2] - EN GARDE 4, undated but circa 1968, 62 pages, mimeo interior. Country of Publication: USA . Edited by Richard Schultz.
Covers are Avengers TV show stills of Patrick McNee and Diana Rigg. "The Magazine concerned with quite a number of things, but primarily with that most watchable of telly shows, 'The Avengers', and its most elegant personalities, Patrick McNee and Diana Rigg." Editorial; "The Pretenders Last Case: or The Civil Service Has its Moments" a satire by Dave Studer; "The Avengers in Vinyl" record review by Hank Davis; "Mit Schirm, Charme und Melone" two articles translated from Bravo magazine by Stephen H. Lewis; "News & Notes"; letters from Avengers fans including Bob Toomey, Bob Vardeman, Harry Warner (long), Derek Carter, Bjo Trimble, and Graham Charnock.
Alistair Durie bids $10
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L2 - [3] - BEABOHEMA 3, March 1968, 80 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited and copyright by Francis G. Lunney.
Cover by Jim McLeod. Back cover by Robert E. Gilbert. Beabohema began picking up speed with its third issue. “The Contest: A Confession” begins “In late 1962 I decided to end it all. All work, that is; I packed my wife off to earn my living, while I stayed home and wrote science fiction. The same time that I made my first sale, I joined a fan organization called NFFF (I was once informed the initials stood for National Funny Farm Federation), so my indoctrination as a neo-writer and neo-fan were simultaneous.” This a great True or False SF writer question: Piers Anthony was a member of the N3F. Answer: True. And there is more Anthony in BAB 3: a column titled Babble. Also the first installment of Leo P. Kelly’s column; an article by sometime Anthony novel collaborator Robert E. Margroff, co-writer with Anthony of The Ring; “First Impressions of Fandom” by Dale A. Goble, Jr.,; “Fandom’s Vocal Point,” fanzine reviews by Al Snider; Seth Dogramajian’s Bull Artist column which begins “First off, I would like to publicly make amends with Jack Gaughan about that business with Frazetta last issue.” The Ring is reviewed by Faith Lincoln. A Gaughan letter leads off the letter column; also a LoC from Bob Silverberg (still living in New York City).
MINIMUM BID: $5.00
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L3 - [3] - BEABOHEMA 5, August 1969, 110 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited and copyright by Francis G. Lunney.
Annish issue. A four page cover by Jim McLeod and Gabe Eisenstein, about Old Wave stalwart John J. Pierce and the New Wave. Back cover by Robert E. Gilbert. Dean Koontz contributes a column titled “Way Station” about movies. Also more “Babble” by Anthony, “Axe-Grindings: A Tribute to Truth” by Ron Smith; “A Feghooting” by Denny Lien; “Nobody Believes in Me” by Joe Hensley; “John J. Pierce and the 3rd Foundering” by Goble. More than 30 pages of letters, including an epic by Anthony, also Koontz, and James Blish.
MINIMUM BID: $5.00
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L5 – [3] – SYNDROME 3, undated (“If I hadn’t dropped the title of Beabohema this might have been the fifth annish”), 24 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited and copyright by Francis G. Lunney.
Cover by Jay Kinney. Back cover a collaboration among Dan Steffan and Grant Canfield and Kinney. “ec/dc it all started with Pud” part 1 by R, Meltzer, illus. by Steffan; “How I Got Here From There,” written and illus. by Kinney; “Carton Jams” by Canfield & Kinney (five pages); “the difference between men and women” by Darrell Schweitzer, beginning with a quote from a H.P. Lovecraft letter to Frank Belknap Long; 11 pages of letters.
MINIMUM BID: $4.00
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L5a – [3] – TALES OF FUR AND LEATHER ADVENTURE FAN MAGAZINE, June 1979, 24 pages, mimeo. One-shot by the Bread and Tulips Fanzine Collective. Country of Publication: USA. Edited and copyright by Linda Lounsbury.
Cover by Ken Fletcher. “An Unsolicited Endorsement by Edgar Rice Gerbil” by Denny Lien, art by Ray Allard; “How Ken Met Linda” by John Bartelt, art by Larry Becker; “Love’s Passionate Osculation” by Garth Danielson, art by Fletcher; “The Thing in the Lake” by Kara Daley, art by James Odbert; “Have Gat—Will Travel” by Dave Wizon, art by Cecilia Henle; “Pooh Bare and the Forbidden Fruit” by Karen Johnson, art by Kathy Marschall; “How to Make a Nice Quilt” by Lounsbury, art by Lounsbury; “The Runaway Bride” by Lounsbury, art by Marschall; “The English Detective” by Joyce Scrivner, art by Reed Waller; “The End of the Universe” by S. J. Voelker & Michael Mornard, art by Voelker.
MINIMUM BID: $2.00
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L5b – [3] – TALES OF FUR AND LEATHER ADVENTURE FAN MAGAZINE, June 1979, 24 pages, mimeo. One-shot by the Bread and Tulips Fanzine Collective. Country of Publication: USA. Edited and copyright by Linda Lounsbury.
Same as L5a, above, but with cover hand-coloured by Lounsbury.
MINIMUM BID: $4.00
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M1 – [3] – A FAKE FAN IN LONDON, 58 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA.
Trans Atlantic Fan Fund (TAFF) trip report. http://taff.org.uk/taffhist.html Madle was the 1957 winner of the fan fund-financed trip to London to attend that year’s Worldcon.
MINIMUM BID: $4.00
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T4 – [3] – TORONTO THE GHOOD, 1988, 44 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: Canada. Edited by Taral Wayne.
Cover a collage of covers of Toronto fanzines. Toronto the Ghood was published for the first Ditto convention http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ditto_(convention) Anthology of reprinted articles representing the sweep of Toronto fandom. Writers are Beak Taylor, P. Howard Lyons, Boyd Raeburn et al, Raeburn alone, Peter Gill, Susan Wood, Rosemary Ullyot, Mike Glicksohn, Victoria Vayne, Bob Wilson, Janet Wilson, Phil Paine, Taral Wayne, Bob Webber. PLUS several Ditto 1 convention publications: four-page program description; “The Same To You” Ditto 1 one-shot (14 pages); “Scavenger Hunt Point System” one pager.
MINIMUM BID: $5.00
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G3 – [3] – 1986 SCIENCE FICTION FANTHOLOGY, 1987, 58 pages, photocopy. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Mike Glyer.
Cover by Teddy Harvia. Sub-titled “The Best Fan Writing of 1986.” Reprint articles by Christopher Priest, Avedon Carol, Eric Mayer, Jeanne Gomoll, Patrick Nielsen Hayden, Elst Weinstein, Teresa Nielsen Hayden, David Langford, Tim Jones, Skel, Arthur Hlavaty, Greg Bennett. Illustrations by Brad Foster, Kip Williams, and Steve Stiles.
MINIMUM BID: $4.00
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B4 – [3] – FANTHOLOGY ‘87, 1991, 74 pages, photocopy. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Richard Brandt.
Cover by Teddy Harvia. Reprint articles by Terry Carr, Patrick & Teresa Nielsen Hayden, Dave Langford, Harry Warner, Jr., Marc Ortlieb, Gary Hubbard, Lilian Edwards, Christina Lake & Simon Ounsley, Cy Chauvin, Bruce Gillespie, Greg Benford, Teresa Nielsen Hayden, Linda E. Bushyager, Christopher Priest, Jeanne Gomoll, Arthur Hlavaty & Bernadette Bosky. Illustrations by Teddy Harvia.
MINIMUM BID: $4.00
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G4 – [3] - FANTHOLOGY 1988, 1992, 74 pages, photocopy. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Mike Glyer.
Cover and interior illustrations by William Rotsler. Reprint articles by Andy Hooper, T. L. Bohman, Guy McLimore, Jodie Offutt, Sherry Coldsmith, Judith Hanna, Graham P. Collins, Skel, Glyer, Mark Leeper, Chuq Von Rospach, Glyer, Bruce Gardner, Dave Langford, Glyer, Suford Lewis, Elinor Malin, Jean Weber, Dr. Bill Breuer, Marc Ortlieb, Hooper.
MINIMUM BID: $4.00
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L6 – [3] – FANTHOLOGY 1994, 2000, 64 pages, photocopy. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Robert Lichtman.
Cover by Stu Shiffman. Reprint articles by Andy Hooper, Jae Leslie Adams, Lenny Bailes, Greg Benford, A. Vincent Clarke, Big Bill Donaho, Lilian Edwards, Gordon Eklund, John Foyster, Andrew Hooper, Lucy Huntzinger, Mark Kernes, Dave Langford, Simon Ounsley, Greg Pickersgill, Nigel Richardson, William Rotsler, Dale Speirs, Dan Steffan, Ted White.
MINIMUM BID: $4.00
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P2 – [3] – ALGOL 16, December 1970, 44 pages, printed. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Andrew Porter.
Cover by Jim Steranko. “The Devaluation Of Values” by J. J. Pierce, “Science Fiction In Italy” by Gian Paolo Cossato, “My Column” by Ted White, “It’s A Sing-Along Sensation!” by Jay Kinney, book reviews by Richard Lupoff, “Doorway; a column” by Greg Benford, letters. Artwork by artists including Vaughn Bode, Stephen Fabian, Kinney, Michael Gilbert, and Doug Lovenstein.
MINIMUM BID: $4.00
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P3 – [3] – ALGOL 17, November 1971, 44 pages, printed. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Andrew Porter.
Cover by Joe Staton. “The Influence of Fandom” by Robert A.W. Lowndes, “Lefty Feep & I” by Robert Bloch, book reviews by Richard Lupoff, “Thoughts While Typing: column” by Greg Benford, “John W. Campbell & The Meat Market” by John Bangsund, letters. Artwork by artists including Vaughn Bode, Ross Chamberlain, Michael Gilbert, Jeff Jones, Walt Simonson, Steve Stiles, and Trina.
MINIMUM BID: $4.00
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P4 – [3] – ALGOL 18, May 1972, 44 pages, printed. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Andrew Porter.
Cover by Joe Staton. “Writing And ‘The Demolished Man’’” by Alfred Bester, “The Dolphin Days” by Thomas Burnett Swann, book reviews by Richard Lupoff, “Science Fiction in France” by Jacque Sadoul, “My Column” by Ted White, “Charles Brockden Brown: The Broken-Hearted Look” by Richard Wilson; “Traveling Jiant” by Robert Silverberg, letters. Artwork by artists including Vaughn Bode, Jim Cawthorn, C. Ross Chamberlain, Freff, C. Lee Healy, Mike Hinge, Tim Kirk, Jim McLeod, and Bill Rotsler.
MINIMUM BID: $4.00
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H1 – [3] – PULP 13, May 1989, 30 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: Great Britain. Edited by Rob Hansen and Avedon Carol.
Cover by Harry Bell (a homage to Arthur “ATom” Thompson). “Splinters” by John Harvey, “Contrivance” by Jonathan Cowie, “Jetbuff Ltd.” by Dave Langford, “Creative Random History” by Chuch Harris, “”Just Desserts” by Taral Wayne, “One Eye on the Present (2)” by Skel, “The Poor Man’s Picture Gallery” by Harry Bond, “Cognitive Dissidents” by Avedon Carol. Back cover is loose.
MINIMUM BID: $4.00
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H2 – [3] – PULP 9, July 1988, 30 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: Great Britain. Edited by Rob Hansen and Avedon Carol.
Cover by Arthur “ATom” Thompson. “Splinters” by Avedon Carol, “What It’s Like to Receive a Death Threat from Harlan Ellison” by Christopher Priest, “Jetbuff Ltd.” by Dave Langford, “Chalk & Cheese” by Bridget Wilkinson, letters. Headings by ATom.
MINIMUM BID: $4.00
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AUCTION RULES-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Bids must be sent to this email address: sjhtnippon2007 AT yahoo DOT ca.

Each item is preceded by an alphanumeric identifier, followed by [N] (for new item) and then the item specifics. Items will be listed a minimum of three rounds, the [N] changing to [3], then [2] and finally [1].

If a higher bid comes in prior to the next round, the counter is reset to [3], and the cycle begins again. I will announce items won as the auction progresses. The exception is items receiving no bids: such items will be designated with a [**] in subsequent listings and subject to being dropped at my whim before the three-round play-out. A minimum initial bid is given for each item. The first bid received prevails in the case of tied bids.

Please make and raise bids only in whole dollar increments. Postage is not included. I prefer that all bidders use the following format when placing a bid: Put each item bid on its own line, prefaced with the item number, followed by your name, and your bid, e.g. A3 Joe Fann $5.00.

The current high bidder, only, will be listed. No eBay-like "bid history" will be available.

THE AUCTION-------------------------------------------------------------------
To receive an email announcement of the start of each subsequent round of this online auction, send an email with the subject "Round Alert" to sjhtnippon2007 AT yahoo DOT ca. To offer items for auction, write to the same email address.

Bidding is in U.S. dollars. Winning bidders will send their money to HANA Trip Fund Treasurer Janice Murray. The bidders will work out with the donors how the won auction items will be delivered to the winning bidders. As of now the donated items are at two addresses in Canada and one address in the United States.

End of Round 2. New fanzines for auction in Round 3. Either check back on Sunday, or get on the email notification list by emailing sjhtnippon2007 AT yahoo DOT.ca.

Do you have a want list? Send your list to sjhtnippon2007 AT yahoo DOT.ca. Maybe one or more of your wanted fanzines is available for auction.

Round 1 of online auction

THE BANK BALANCE
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As of Nov. 20, 2006: $1,120.00

THE TRIP
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I am using the convention-offered tour package as my guide. The cheapest Special Tour for World Science Fiction Convention Nippon 2007 (air fare from Los Angeles plus hotel room nights) is $1,550.00. That figure was as of Aug. 15, 2006. I expect the cost will be higher by the time John is able to buy his ticket.

Donations can be made via cheque and via PayPal. Cheques payable to Janice
Murray should be mailed to Janice Murray, PO Box 75684, Seattle WA 98175-0684, United States. PayPal donations should be sent to alanro AT Microsoft DOT com.

THE AUCTION
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An online auction to increase the HANA bank balance begins here now. An auction also will be held during Corflu Quire, Feb. 9-11, Austin, Texas www.corflu.org

To receive an email announcement of the start of each subsequent round of this online auction, send an email with the subject "Round Alert" to sjhtnippon2007 AT yahoo DOT ca. To offer items for auction, write to the same
email address.

Bidding is in U.S. dollars. Winning bidders will send their money to HANA Trip Fund Treasurer Janice Murray. The bidders will work out with the donors how the won auction items will be delivered to the winning bidders. As of
now the donated items are at two addresses in Canada and one address in the United States.

This auction is being conducted by Bowers Rules.

AUCTION RULES
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Bids must be sent to this email address: sjhtnippon2007 AT yahoo DOT ca.

Each item is preceded by an alphanumeric identifier, followed by [N] (for new item) and then the item specifics. Items will be listed a minimum of three rounds, the [N] changing to [3], then [2] and finally [1].

If a higher bid comes in prior to the next round, the counter is reset to [3], and the cycle begins again. I will announce items won as the auction progresses. The exception is items receiving no bids: such items will be designated with a [**] in subsequent listings and subject to being dropped at my whim before the three-round play-out. A minimum initial bid is given for each item. The first bid received prevails in the case of tied bids.

Please make and raise bids only in whole dollar increments. Postage is not included. I prefer that all bidders use the following format when placing a bid: Put each item bid on its own line, prefaced with the item number, followed by your name, and your bid, e.g. A3 Joe Fann $5.00.

The current high bidder, only, will be listed. No eBay-like "bid history" will be available.

ROUND 1
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Link to cover image included when available.

B1 - [3] - CRY OF THE NAMELESS No. 125, March 1959, 45 pages. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by the Busbys and Wally Weber.
This issue features contributions from Walt Willis ("The Sterling Fanzine," not in Bergeron's collected Willis collection), Ed Cox, John Berry, Les Gerber, Bruce Pelz and F. M. Busby (reviewing prozines as "Renfrew Pemberton"). The letter column, edited by Elinor Busby, includes Don Franson, Walt Willis, Archie Mercer, Len Moffatt, Bruce Pelz, Robert Lichtman, Boyd Raeburn, Es Adams, Jim Caughran, Bjo, and others. This copy originally sent to Charles Burbee, who no doubt created the small stain lower left of cover. Overall in very good condition.
MINIMUM BID: $12.
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C1 - [3] - OOPSLA! No. 27, May 1959, 24 pages. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Gregg Calkins.
Contributors include Bob Tucker, Ron Bennett, Dean Grennell, and Harry Warner Jr. The lettercol features Rich Elsberry, Es Adams, Djinn Faine, Len Moffatt, Bob Leman, Tom Reamy and Don Franson. Browning on cover appears to be from a book sitting on this copy, and otherwise this copy is near-mint.
MINIMUM BID: $12.
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B2 - [3] SKY HOOK No. 16, Winter 1952-53, 46 pages. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Redd Boggs, who also writes extensively.
Other contributors include David H. Keller, Poul Anderson (a short collaboration with John Chapman and Oliver Saari), Noel Loomis, Jack Speer, James Blish (as "William Atheling Jr."), Philip José Farmer, and even H. G. Wells (reprinted from Certain Personal Matters, 1898). The letter column includes Anthony Boucher, H. L. Gold, Ray Bradbury, Jack Vance, Ed Wood, and Sam Moskowitz. Slight browning on front cover (looks worse in scan), otherwise very good condition.
MINIMUM BID:$20.
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B3 - [3] - SKY HOOK No. 17, Spring 1953, 24 pages. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Redd Boggs, who writes at length including some FAPA mailing comments.
Contributors include Jack Speer ("Rising Standards," his classic article on fanzine publishing), "William Atheling Jr." and Lee Hoffman (poem). Letter writers include Fletcher Pratt, Poul Anderson, Ed Wood, Eric Frank Russell, Jack Speer, and Dean Grennell. Back cover detached, otherwise in excellent condition.
MINIMUM BID: $12.
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T1 - [3] - DNQ (a set), 28 April 1978 to Oct. 1983. Issued every three weeks
or monthly, mostly: 447 total pages. Country of Publication: Canada. Edited by Taral Wayne and Victoria Vayne. Cover by Taral; back cover by Marc Schirmeister.
Plus the associated issues of TYPO (DNQ letters of comment) plus DOWN WITH! 1 - 3. A pile of finely-mimeographed twiltone one and three-quarters inches high. Quantity and quality. Word association: you see the name Taral, you think fan artist. But Taral excelled also in other areas: mimeography is one of those areas. Both Taral and Victoria produced sharply printed, two- and three-colour issues. DNQ (the acronym of the fannish instruction do not quote) was the "newszine of quintessential faanishness" (issues 1 through 4); the "subjective faanish newsletter" (issues 5 through 9); a "subjective fit of extemporaneous faanishness (issue 11). Issue 12 announced DNQ to be the "unauthorized addenda to File 770. "POLICY...We do not attempt to give comprehensive coverage of fandom so much as hope to add another dimension to the services provided by other newszines. The exotic or outre or mythic properly belong in our pages, though we will never hesitate to stoop to vulgar scooping of more secular news if the opportunity presents itself. To be perfectly honest, we aim to please ourselves, and in so doing bring pleasure to other fans and friends who are our readers. If our editorial aim seems a trifle erratic, the purpose is the same. If we raise anticipation rather than dissatisfaction, we must be doing something right..." The final DNQ is a very fine 92-page genzine. Writers in the final DNQ are Rich Coad, Eric Mayer, Stu Shiffman, John Berry (column), Dave Langford, Taral, plus a Susan Wood reprint. Art by Marc Schirmeister (album), Barry Kent MacKay and Taral, Taral and Harry Bell, Taral, Terry Jeeves, Tom Foster/Ken Fletcher, Taral & August Dore. TYPO is the occasional collection of letters of comment about DNQ. DOWN WITH! is "Trivia and miscellany about the Derelicts and friends" in 1978. The Derelicts was a group of Toronto fans. One of Taral's few remaining sets: when else are you going to be able to own a set?
MINIMUM BID: $25
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http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ02.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ03.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ04.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ05-Typo1.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ05.pdf http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ06.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ07.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ08.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ09-Typo2.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ09.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ10(Col).pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ10.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ11.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ12.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ13.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ14-Typo3.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ14.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ15-Typo4.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ15.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ16(16-17Annish).pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ16-17-Typo5.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ17(16-17Annish).pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ18.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ19.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ20-Typo6.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ20.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ21.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ22.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ23-Typo7.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ23.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ24.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ25.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ26.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ27.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ28.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ29&30-Typo9.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ29(29&30).pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ30(LeZombie63).pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ31.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ32(40base8).pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ32(real).pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ33.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DNQ34.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DownWith!1.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DownWith!2.pdf
http://efanzines.com/MM/DownWith!3.pdf

S1 - [3] - OPERATION FANTAST, Vol. 1 (New Series) No. 3, December, 1949, 16
pages, digest. Country of Publication: Great Britain. Edited by Capt. K. F. Slater.
Historically important British fanzine. Cover art by Peter Ridley. Fiction, "Recent British Books" by E.J. Carnell, "Science Review" by Ken Slater, "GENERAL CHUNTERING" by Slater, ads, one poem. The serious SF fanzine collector should have at least an example issue of OPERATION FANTAST.
MINIMUM BID: $2.00
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T2 - [3] - SCIENCE FICTION NEWS LETTER 24, Mar. 1952, 16 pages, digest. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Bob Tucker.
Cover by Lee Hoffman. "The leading newspaper of the science fiction field" was edited bimonthly by Bob Tucker. Interior art by Hoffman, Richard Bergeron, Judy Tucker, and Chester A. Polk. This is Roger Sims's copy. "DUFFY WYG& AND $$ON" column by Tucker; "MAGAZINES" column; "FAN-NEWS ROUNDUP (Conventions & Confabs); BOOKS, BOOKS AND WRITERS; THE BIG BLOODSHOT EYE (Tape and Wire Recordings); THE FANTASY BOOKMAN by Darrell C. Richardson.
MINIMUM BID: $2.00
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T3 - [3] - SCIENCE FICTION NEWS LETTER 25, May, 1952, 16 pages, digest. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Bob Tucker.
Cover by Lee Hoffman. "The leading newspaper of the science fiction field" was edited bimonthly by Bob Tucker. Interior art by Bergeron, Lee Hoffman, Chester A. Polk, and Harold Cheney. This is Roger Sims's copy. THE REPORTER (Do you read science fiction in the bathtub? answered by Gregg Calkins, Robert Bloch, Poul Anderson, Roy Cummings, Nancy Gerding, J.T. Oliver, Dick Ryan, Lynn Hickman, Richard Elsberry, Betty Sullivan, Don Ford, Walter Willis, Frank Robinson, Len Moffatt, Art Rapp, Ray Beam, Judy May. Also "MAGAZINES"; a review of movie Flight to Mars; "FAN-NEWS ROUNDUP (Conventions & Confabs); BOOKS; PEOPLE; LETTERS to the Editor.”
MINIMUM BID: $2.00
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G1 - [3] - ALIEN CRITIC, THE 5, May 1973, 68 pages, digest. Country of Publication: USA. Sub-titled "an informal science fiction & fantasy journal." Edited by Richard E. Geis.
Cover by Tim Kirk. ALIEN CRITIC is Geis's SCIENCE FICTION REVIEW in all but name. GEIS switched to ALIEN CRITIC for a handful of issues and then returned to SCIENCE FICTION REVIEW. Articles are "An Interview with Fritz Leiber"; "A Flop by Any Other Name" (review of Vertex SF magazine) by Geis; "The Literary Dreamers" by James Blish; "Irvin Binkin Meets H.P. Lovecraft" by Jack Chalker. Also SF Notes; book reviews; books received. SPECULATIONS: "Sex, Orgasm & Technology" and "The Future of Baseball." Letters and a review of SF TV movie which begins "Last night's ABC 'science fiction' made-for-TV movie A COLD NIGHT'S DEATH was riveting from beginning to contemptible end."
MINIMUM BID: $4.00
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G2 - [3] - ALIEN CRITIC, THE 6, August 1973, 80 pages, digest. Country of Publication: USA. Sub-titled "an informal science fiction & fantasy journal." Edited by Richard E. Geis.
Cover by Grant Canfield. ALIEN CRITIC is Geis's SCIENCE FICTION REVIEW in all but name. GEIS switched to ALIEN CRITIC for a handful of issues and then returned to SCIENCE FICTION REVIEW. "Alien Thoughts" by Geis; "The Trenchant Bludgeon" (column by Ted White); "An Interview with R.A. Lafferty"; "Translation from the Editorial" by Marion Z. Bradley. Also "The Alien's Archives"; "SF & Fantasy Notes"; "Of Special Note"; book reviews; letters. Interior art by Tim Kirk, Bill Rotsler, Mike Gilbert, David English, Jim McLeod.
MINIMUM BID: $4.00
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P1 - [3] - ANVIL 52, October 1990, 44 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Charlotte Proctor and Richard Spann.
Cover by Cindy T. Riley. Many SF clubs produce a newsletter. A few club produce a fanzine. ANVIL was the Birmingham, Alabama SF Club's fine fanzine. Issue 52 is especially notable because of the Bob Shaw material. The Irish fan was a famous fan writer and speaker (he also wrote SF, e.g. "Light of Other Days"). Contents: "Charlotte's Web" (editorial by Charlotte); "The Cook, the Thief, His Wife, and Dick Tracy" by Richard Gilliam; "Irish Fan visits Tennessee and Alabama" by Bob Shaw; "DeepSouthCon GoH Speech, June 9, 1990" by Shaw; "Life is But a Raffle" by Shaw; “The Old Ironmaster Looks at his own zine" column by Buck Coulson; “Fanzine Reviews” by Roy G. Bivens; “Mystery Review” by Buck Coulson; “Hugo Winners Reviewed” by Patrick J. Gibbs; “Interview with Tom Clancy” (yes, the Tom Clancy); letters.
MINIMUM BID: $5.00
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L1 - [3] - BEABOHEMA 2, December 1968, 64 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited and copyright by Francis G. Lunney (pirates beware!).
Cover by Jim McLeod. Articles include "Convention Fanfare" by Leo P. Kelley; "Norman Spinrad: Innovator of the Horror Juvenile" by Will Bog; "Baycon Lack of Progress Report #5" by Dale A. Goble; "Bull Artist" by Seth Dogramajian; "Journey to the Unknown" by Robert Bloch; "Do Androids Snore While Dreaming of Electric Sheep?" by Faith Lincoln; "'I Fell Asleep in Poetry Class and'" by Jerry Kaufman. Letter writers include Spinrad, Lee Hoffman, Harry Warner, Redd Boggs, Ed Cox, Michael E. Dobson (same Dobson who is a member of this year's Corflu?); Faith Lincoln, Jack Gaughan, Piers Anthony, Ned Brooks.
MINIMUM BID: $3.00
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O1- [3] - STILL LIFE 2, May 1985, 20 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: Great Britain. Edited by Simon Ounsley "who, to the relief of some of his readers, can't find his fancy daisy wheel."
Cover art by Jeanne Gomoll. Personal writing by Simon plus letters and Simon's long responses to said letters. Simon was a TAFF candidate at the time.
MINIMUM BID: $3
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O2 - [3] - STILL LIFE 4, November 1986, 32 pages. Country: Great Britain. Edited by Simon Ounsley.
Cover by Lilian Edwards. Back cover by Nigel E. Richardson. Four cartoons by that British gem D. West. Featuring "Life with the Giraffes" if that helps you. Like issue 2, above, but more of it.
MINIMUM BID: $3
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S2 - [3] - FANHISTORICA 4, December 1982, 52 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by JoeD Siclari.
Cover by Stu Shiffman. Back cover is a fabulous promotion, alas not in colour, for Nolacon by Hannes Bok. Fanhistorica is a wide ranging collection of reprints. "Fandom As A Way of Life?" by Alva Rogers (Fan Guest of Honor speech Westercon XV Banquet, 1962; "Fanoclasts" by Dick Lupoff (from bastion 3, spring 1962, Eric Bentcliffe); Tucker Hotel floor plans by "Bob Shaw et al" (two pages); part three of the reprinting of F. Towner Laney's epic memoir "Ah! Sweet Idiocy"; reprint of Tucker's Science Fiction News Letter 22 (October, 1951); "The RAY NELSON Do It Yourself Cartoon Kit."
MINIMUM BID: $6.00
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C2 - [3] - CIPHER 5, December 1971, 22 pages, mimeo. Country of Publication: USA. Edited by Chris Couch.
Cover by Doug Lovenstein. Editorial; "The Then People” by Ray Nelson; "Bowl of Pipe Stories" by Doug Lovenstein; "Very Midsummer Madness" by Alice Sanvito; nine pages of letters by Will Straw, Earl Evers, Barry Smotroff, Roy Tackett, Dave Hulvey, Lane Lambert, Mike Glicksohn, Dave Burton, Aljo Svoboda, Rick Stooker, Greg Shaw. Interior art by Lovenstein, Steve Stiles, and Bill Kunkel.
MINIMUM BID: $3.00
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S3 - [3] - EN GARDE 4, undated but circa 1968, 62 pages, mimeo interior. Country of Publication: USA . Edited by Richard Schultz.
Covers are Avengers TV show stills of Patrick McNee and Diana Rigg. "The Magazine concerned with quite a number of things, but primarily with that most watchable of telly shows, 'The Avengers', and its most elegant personalities, Patrick McNee and Diana Rigg." Editorial; "The Pretenders Last Case: or The Civil Service Has its Moments" a satire by Dave Studer; "The Avengers in Vinyl" record review by Hank Davis; "Mit Schirm, Charme und Melone" two articles translated from Bravo magazine by Stephen H. Lewis; "News & Notes"; letters from Avengers fans including Bob Toomey, Bob Vardeman, Harry Warner (long), Derek Carter, Bjo Trimble, and Graham Charnock.
MINIMUM BID: $5.00
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Auction to raise money for HANA

Two auctions will be held to raise money to send John to the Japanese Worldcon.

An auction will be held in Februrary in Austin, Texas during Corflu Quire www.corflu.org

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