Elinor Busby

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It ceased publication in mid 1964 after the 174th issue, due to Wally Weber's move to Alabama, although briefly making a comeback in the late 60's.  
It ceased publication in mid 1964 after the 174th issue, due to Wally Weber's move to Alabama, although briefly making a comeback in the late 60's.  
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During the late 1950s, F.M. and Elinor Busby were also publishing [[Polarity]], mentioned in Robert Madle's introduction to the [[The Best of Fandom]], in 1958.
==Zines==
==Zines==
*[[Cry of the Nameless]]
*[[Cry of the Nameless]]
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*[[Polarity]]
*[[Salud]]
*[[Salud]]
[[Category:Zinester|Busby]]
[[Category:Zinester|Busby]]

Revision as of 05:56, 23 February 2012

Elinor Busby is a fanzine editor.

Elinor Busby is the first woman to win a Hugo Award when, as one of the co-editors of Cry of the Nameless, she and F.M. Busby and Wally Weber won the Hugo Award for Best Fanzine in 1960.

Elinor Busby began publishing fanzines as a member of the Seattle, Washington, U.S.A. science fiction club The Nameless Ones. Their club bulletin, Cry of the Nameless was begun in the 1950s by F. M. Busby. In the mid-50s, the name was shortened to Cry, when the zine editors began publishing more general material and the editors began paying the publishing costs. The various editors included F.M. Busby and Elinor Busby, Wally Weber, G.M. Carr and Burnett Toskey.

It ceased publication in mid 1964 after the 174th issue, due to Wally Weber's move to Alabama, although briefly making a comeback in the late 60's.

During the late 1950s, F.M. and Elinor Busby were also publishing Polarity, mentioned in Robert Madle's introduction to the The Best of Fandom, in 1958.


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