Eusifanso

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'''Eusifanso''' was a science fiction fanzine published by Little Press.  
'''Eusifanso''' was a science fiction fanzine published by Little Press.  
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Contributors included Howard Bergerson, Lemuel Craig, William Granger, Norman Hartman, Lee King, and Rick Sneary ([[Shangri L'Affaires]]).
Contributors included Howard Bergerson, Lemuel Craig, William Granger, Norman Hartman, Lee King, and Rick Sneary ([[Shangri L'Affaires]]).
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[[Slant]], under their "Due Credit", acknowledges ''TO D. R. FRASER for making such a beautiful job of EUSIFANSO''.
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[[Slant]], in their "Due Credit" section, acknowledges ''TO D. R. FRASER for making such a beautiful job of EUSIFANSO''.
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''Eusifanso'' was succeeded by [[Viewpoints]], by Rosco Wright and Norman Hartman, the stated goal being to publish ESFS club minutes and utilize leftovers from ''Eusifaso''.  
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''Eusifanso'' was succeeded by [[Viewpoints]], by Rosco Wright and Norman Hartman, the stated goal being to publish ESFS club minutes and utilize leftovers from ''Eusifaso''.  
Rosco Wright had previously published the fanzine [[Beyond]] in the early to mid 1940s.
Rosco Wright had previously published the fanzine [[Beyond]] in the early to mid 1940s.

Revision as of 10:26, 23 June 2011

Eusifanso was a science fiction fanzine published by Little Press.

Eusifanso was an abbreviation for Eugene (OR) Science Fantasy Artisans Society, from Eugene, Oregon, U.S.A. and this was its official organ. Eleven issues of this fanzine were released in the late 1940s and early 1950s, the last issue appearing February 1952 with Volume 2 No. 5, with a changing roster of editors.

Volume 1 No. 6 (June 1950) was edited by D.R. Fraser. Vol.2 No.1 (#7, July 1950), was edited by Rosco E. Wright, Alice Rutherford and Clarence Rutherford. Vol.2, No.2 (#8, July 1950) edited by D.R. Fraser, and Vol, 2, Nos. 3 (#9, January 1951) and 4 (#10, July 1951) by Rosco Wright and Vol.2 No. 5 (#11, February 1952) by Rosco Wright and Ed Zimmerman.

Contributors included Howard Bergerson, Lemuel Craig, William Granger, Norman Hartman, Lee King, and Rick Sneary (Shangri L'Affaires).

Slant, in their "Due Credit" section, acknowledges TO D. R. FRASER for making such a beautiful job of EUSIFANSO.

Eusifanso was succeeded by Viewpoints, by Rosco Wright and Norman Hartman, the stated goal being to publish ESFS club minutes and utilize leftovers from Eusifaso.

Rosco Wright had previously published the fanzine Beyond in the early to mid 1940s.

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