Esprit

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'''Esprit''' was a science fiction zine by [[Daphne Buckmaster]].  
'''Esprit''' was a science fiction zine by [[Daphne Buckmaster]].  
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''Esprit'' was published in Kirkdudbright, Scotland in the late 1950s and early 1960s. It was originally intended for circulation in the Offtrails Magazine Publishers Association but in 1960 became available to the general public.  
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''Esprit'' was published in Kirkdudbright, Scotland in 1954 and early 1960s. It was originally intended for circulation in the Offtrails Magazine Publishers Association (OMPA) but in 1960 became available to the general public. Five of the post OMPA issues were released, the last in 1961.   
Contents of Vol. 2 No. 2, October 1960, include an article on the future of Sf by John Rackham, history, Fandom and DF, Psychosomatics  and the senses.  
Contents of Vol. 2 No. 2, October 1960, include an article on the future of Sf by John Rackham, history, Fandom and DF, Psychosomatics  and the senses.  
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Contributors include Sid Birchby, Max Cranium, [[Nan Gerding]], Julian Parr, John Rackham, and Art Rapp ([[Spacewarp]]).
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Contributors included Sid Birchby, Max Cranium, [[Nan Gerding]], Julian Parr, John Rackham, and Art Rapp ([[Spacewarp]]).
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Revision as of 09:47, 28 February 2011

Esprit was a science fiction zine by Daphne Buckmaster.

Esprit was published in Kirkdudbright, Scotland in 1954 and early 1960s. It was originally intended for circulation in the Offtrails Magazine Publishers Association (OMPA) but in 1960 became available to the general public. Five of the post OMPA issues were released, the last in 1961.

Contents of Vol. 2 No. 2, October 1960, include an article on the future of Sf by John Rackham, history, Fandom and DF, Psychosomatics and the senses.

Contributors included Sid Birchby, Max Cranium, Nan Gerding, Julian Parr, John Rackham, and Art Rapp (Spacewarp).

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