Entropy (U.S.A.)

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The first, and only issue of ''Entropy'' appeared in November 1964, published in Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A. It was an 8 1/2 by 11 inch fanzine of 26 pages.  
The first, and only issue of ''Entropy'' appeared in November 1964, published in Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A. It was an 8 1/2 by 11 inch fanzine of 26 pages.  
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This issue was distributed with the November 1964 [[Fantasy Amateur press Association|FAPA]] mailing, the December 1964 OMPA mailing, and the January 1965 [[Spectator Amateur Publishers Society|SAPS]] mailing.
''Entropy'' was dedicated to reprinting work by fanzine writers that had appeared in older fanzines (not necessarily their own fanzines),  and combining them with newer illustrations.  
''Entropy'' was dedicated to reprinting work by fanzine writers that had appeared in older fanzines (not necessarily their own fanzines),  and combining them with newer illustrations.  
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Revision as of 22:28, 6 July 2011

Entropy was a science fiction fanzine by Terry Carr.

The first, and only issue of Entropy appeared in November 1964, published in Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A. It was an 8 1/2 by 11 inch fanzine of 26 pages.

This issue was distributed with the November 1964 FAPA mailing, the December 1964 OMPA mailing, and the January 1965 SAPS mailing.

Entropy was dedicated to reprinting work by fanzine writers that had appeared in older fanzines (not necessarily their own fanzines), and combining them with newer illustrations.

Reprints included Mal Ashworth, from Brennschluss; Jack Darrow, from The Fourteen Leaflet; Dave English, from Fiendetta; Dean Grennell, from Contour; Walt Liebscher, from A Bas; Bob Tucker, from Oopsla; and Sam Youd, from Fission.

Art work was contributed by Mervyn Barrett, Lee Hoffman, Steve Stiles, Arthur Thomson, and Bjo Trimble.

After this one issue of Entropy appeared, Terry Carr began to produce a column, called Entropy Reprints, for other fanzines. Starting in Joyce Katz's Potlatch, it then began to appear in other fanzines such as Energumen and Holier Than Thou.

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