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[[Image:Hyphen_copy.jpg‎|right|frame|'''Hyphen''' Issue 21, Cover Art by [[Arthur Thomson|ATom]] 1958 (Caption; "Make it an ''electric'' duper, and ''six'' reams of paper, and I'll sign.")]]
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[[Image:Hyphen_copy.jpg‎|right|frame|'''Hyphen''' <br/>Issue 21 1958 <br/>Cover Art by [[Arthur Thomson|ATom]]<br/> (Caption; "Make it an ''electric'' duper, and ''six'' reams of paper, and I'll sign.")]]
'''Hyphen''' was a science fiction fanzine by [[Walt Willis]] with Chuch Harris from 1952 till 1958; A. Vincent Clarke for one issue in 1954; Ian McAuley from 1960 till 1962; and Madelaine Willis, from 1963 till 1987.
'''Hyphen''' was a science fiction fanzine by [[Walt Willis]] with Chuch Harris from 1952 till 1958; A. Vincent Clarke for one issue in 1954; Ian McAuley from 1960 till 1962; and Madelaine Willis, from 1963 till 1987.
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The first issue of ''Hyphen'' was published May 1952. Madelaine Harris had come up with the title. It was first intended to fill the gap between issues of [[Slant]], which was being published by Willis and James White. However, over time it became the main title that Willis would publish. 37 issues were released in all.  
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The first issue of ''Hyphen'' was published May 1952. It was first intended to fill the gap between issues of [[Slant]], which was being published by Willis and James White. However, over time it became the main title that Willis would publish. 37 issues were released in all.  
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The title was meant to represent the effort to make this fanzine a joint UK - U.S.A. project, with fanwriters and artists from both sides of the Atlantic contributing.  
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Madelaine Harris had come up with the title, which was meant to represent the effort to make this fanzine a joint UK - U.S.A. project, with fanwriters and artists from both sides of the Atlantic contributing.  
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Contributors to the Chuch Harris era ''Hyphen'' (1952-1958) include Mal Ashworth, Ken Beale, John Berry ([[Pot Pourri]]), Robert Bloch, Ken Bulmer, Bert Campbell, George Charters,  A. Vincent Clarke ([[Science Fantasy News]]), Ermengarde Fiske with the column "New York Letter", W. Max Keasler, Damon Knight, Peter Ridley, Bob Shaw with the column "The Glass Bushel", William F. Temple ([[Novae Terrae]]), Bob Tucker ([[Le Zombie]]), and James White.
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Contributors to the Chuch Harris era ''Hyphen'' (1952-1958) include Mal Ashworth ([[Rot]]), Ken Beale, John Berry ([[Pot Pourri]]), Robert Bloch, Ken Bulmer, Bert Campbell, George Charters,  A. Vincent Clarke ([[Science Fantasy News]], [[EYE]]), Ermengarde Fiske with the column "New York Letter", W. Max Keasler, Damon Knight, Peter Ridley, Bob Shaw with the column "The Glass Bushel", William F. Temple ([[Novae Terrae]]), Bob Tucker ([[Le Zombie]]), and James White.
Illustrators included Bob Shaw, and James White.
Illustrators included Bob Shaw, and James White.
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Illustrators include Ray Nelson, [[Bill Rotsler|William Rotsler]], Bob Shaw and [[Arthur Thomson|ATom]] ([[The ATom Anthology]]).  
Illustrators include Ray Nelson, [[Bill Rotsler|William Rotsler]], Bob Shaw and [[Arthur Thomson|ATom]] ([[The ATom Anthology]]).  
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Contributors to the Madelaine Harris era (1963-1987) included Brian Aldiss, George Locke ([[Smoke]]), Tom Perry, Ken Potter, and Bob Shaw.  
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Contributors to the Madelaine Harris era (1963-1987) included Brian Aldiss, George Locke ([[Smoke]]), Tom Perry ([[Quark (Tom Perry)|Quark]]), Ken Potter ([[Brennschluss]]), and Bob Shaw.  
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Illustrators included Stu Shiffman, Arthur Thomson (ATom), and Dave Wood.
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Illustrators included Stu Shiffman, Arthur Thomson (ATom), and Dave Wood ([[Brennschluss]]).
The 1987 Revival Issue featured John Berry ([[The Damned Patrol]]), Chuck Harris, Patrick and Teresa Nielsen Hayden ([[Izzard]]), Eric Mayer, Bob Shaw, Arthur Thomson (ATom), James White and reprints of letters by William F. Temple. The article by Patrick and Teresa Nielsen Hayden from issue 37, "Aspects and Inclinations", was selected for reprinting in the anthology [[Fanthology '87]].
The 1987 Revival Issue featured John Berry ([[The Damned Patrol]]), Chuck Harris, Patrick and Teresa Nielsen Hayden ([[Izzard]]), Eric Mayer, Bob Shaw, Arthur Thomson (ATom), James White and reprints of letters by William F. Temple. The article by Patrick and Teresa Nielsen Hayden from issue 37, "Aspects and Inclinations", was selected for reprinting in the anthology [[Fanthology '87]].

Revision as of 22:44, 18 November 2012

Hyphen Issue 21 1958 Cover Art by ATom (Caption; "Make it an electric duper, and six reams of paper, and I'll sign.")
Hyphen
Issue 21 1958
Cover Art by ATom
(Caption; "Make it an electric duper, and six reams of paper, and I'll sign.")

Hyphen was a science fiction fanzine by Walt Willis with Chuch Harris from 1952 till 1958; A. Vincent Clarke for one issue in 1954; Ian McAuley from 1960 till 1962; and Madelaine Willis, from 1963 till 1987.

The first issue of Hyphen was published May 1952. It was first intended to fill the gap between issues of Slant, which was being published by Willis and James White. However, over time it became the main title that Willis would publish. 37 issues were released in all.

Madelaine Harris had come up with the title, which was meant to represent the effort to make this fanzine a joint UK - U.S.A. project, with fanwriters and artists from both sides of the Atlantic contributing.

Contributors to the Chuch Harris era Hyphen (1952-1958) include Mal Ashworth (Rot), Ken Beale, John Berry (Pot Pourri), Robert Bloch, Ken Bulmer, Bert Campbell, George Charters, A. Vincent Clarke (Science Fantasy News, EYE), Ermengarde Fiske with the column "New York Letter", W. Max Keasler, Damon Knight, Peter Ridley, Bob Shaw with the column "The Glass Bushel", William F. Temple (Novae Terrae), Bob Tucker (Le Zombie), and James White.

Illustrators included Bob Shaw, and James White.

Contributors to the Ian McAuley era (1960-1962) include John Berry, Robert Bloch, A. Vincent Clarke, Ron Ellik (Shangri L'Affaires), Bob Shaw, Bob Tucker, and Jeff Wanshel.

Illustrators include Ray Nelson, William Rotsler, Bob Shaw and ATom (The ATom Anthology).

Contributors to the Madelaine Harris era (1963-1987) included Brian Aldiss, George Locke (Smoke), Tom Perry (Quark), Ken Potter (Brennschluss), and Bob Shaw.

Illustrators included Stu Shiffman, Arthur Thomson (ATom), and Dave Wood (Brennschluss).

The 1987 Revival Issue featured John Berry (The Damned Patrol), Chuck Harris, Patrick and Teresa Nielsen Hayden (Izzard), Eric Mayer, Bob Shaw, Arthur Thomson (ATom), James White and reprints of letters by William F. Temple. The article by Patrick and Teresa Nielsen Hayden from issue 37, "Aspects and Inclinations", was selected for reprinting in the anthology Fanthology '87.

Illustrators included Arthur Thomson (ATom).

During the 1950s, Hyphen was undeniably one of the most popular fanzines printed, topping reader polls every year. Later fanzine editors such as Greg Pickersgill cited it as a major influence.

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