Nepenthe

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"Trudy" is in all probability, [[Gertrude Kuslan]], known as 'Trudy', since it was noted at the time that she and Earl Singleton were romantically involved..
"Trudy" is in all probability, [[Gertrude Kuslan]], known as 'Trudy', since it was noted at the time that she and Earl Singleton were romantically involved..
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Contributors included [[Louis Russell Chauvenet]], Del Cross, Ian Davies, Corinne Ellsworth, E, Everett Evans ([[Nova (1940s)|Nova]]), Larry B. Farsaci ([[The Golden Atom]]),  John Franois, Paul Freehafer ([[Polaris]], Curl Gradient, B.M. Hendrick, Jr., Richard Kraft, Arthur Lambert, Allan Lang, Grady L. McMurtry, A. Merritt, Jack Chapman Miske ([[Bizarre]], [[Scienti-Snaps]]), P. Tex Sigma, Charles R. Tanner, Dale Tarr, [[Harry Warner, Jr.]] ([[Horizons]]), and Stanley G. Weinbaum.
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Contributors included [[Louis Russell Chauvenet]], Del Cross, Ian Davies, Corinne Ellsworth, E, Everett Evans ([[Nova (1940s)|Nova]]), Larry B. Farsaci ([[The Golden Atom]]),  John Franois, Paul Freehafer ([[Polaris]]), Curl Gradient, B.M. Hendrick, Jr., Richard Kraft, Arthur Lambert, Allan Lang, Grady L. McMurtry, A. Merritt, Jack Chapman Miske ([[Bizarre]], [[Scienti-Snaps]]), P. Tex Sigma, Charles R. Tanner, Dale Tarr, [[Harry Warner, Jr.]] ([[Horizons]]), and Stanley G. Weinbaum.
The cover art was by Marie Johnson and issue #1 included illustrations by Grady L. McMurtrey.
The cover art was by Marie Johnson and issue #1 included illustrations by Grady L. McMurtrey.

Revision as of 10:54, 31 July 2011

Nepenthe is a science fiction and fantasy fanzine by Earl Singleton.

Nepenthe was published at the M.I.T. Graduate House, Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A.The first issue of Nepenthe is not dated but has been estimated to have been published in or around 1947. The title page carries a dedication that reads:

This
the first issue of Nepenthe
is for Trudy--
who
if we are not mistaken
was at the Chicon.

"Trudy" is in all probability, Gertrude Kuslan, known as 'Trudy', since it was noted at the time that she and Earl Singleton were romantically involved..

Contributors included Louis Russell Chauvenet, Del Cross, Ian Davies, Corinne Ellsworth, E, Everett Evans (Nova), Larry B. Farsaci (The Golden Atom), John Franois, Paul Freehafer (Polaris), Curl Gradient, B.M. Hendrick, Jr., Richard Kraft, Arthur Lambert, Allan Lang, Grady L. McMurtry, A. Merritt, Jack Chapman Miske (Bizarre, Scienti-Snaps), P. Tex Sigma, Charles R. Tanner, Dale Tarr, Harry Warner, Jr. (Horizons), and Stanley G. Weinbaum.

The cover art was by Marie Johnson and issue #1 included illustrations by Grady L. McMurtrey.

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