Embelyon

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The first issue of ''Embelyon'' appeared in May 1970, followed by issue 2 in June, issue 3 in August and issue 4 in November of 1970. It was published in Indiana, U.S.A.  
The first issue of ''Embelyon'' appeared in May 1970, followed by issue 2 in June, issue 3 in August and issue 4 in November of 1970. It was published in Indiana, U.S.A.  
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According to Lee Ann Lavell, writing in the August 2008 issue of [[Time and Again]], # 5, the title came from the book ''The Dying Earth'' by Jack Vance, "As a side note, the title of one of the fanzine I published, ''Embelyon'', as well as the name of one of my cats, Chun (the Unavoidable), were taken from that book." 
Lee Ann Lavell had previously published the fanzine [[Indiana Fantasy]] with Ray Beam in 1952 and also the fanzine [[Space Cage]] in the 1960s.
Lee Ann Lavell had previously published the fanzine [[Indiana Fantasy]] with Ray Beam in 1952 and also the fanzine [[Space Cage]] in the 1960s.

Revision as of 02:14, 10 February 2012

Embelyon was a science fiction fanzine by Lee Anne Lavell and Jim Lavell.

The first issue of Embelyon appeared in May 1970, followed by issue 2 in June, issue 3 in August and issue 4 in November of 1970. It was published in Indiana, U.S.A.

According to Lee Ann Lavell, writing in the August 2008 issue of Time and Again, # 5, the title came from the book The Dying Earth by Jack Vance, "As a side note, the title of one of the fanzine I published, Embelyon, as well as the name of one of my cats, Chun (the Unavoidable), were taken from that book."

Lee Ann Lavell had previously published the fanzine Indiana Fantasy with Ray Beam in 1952 and also the fanzine Space Cage in the 1960s.

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