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'''ODD''' was a fanzine published by Raymond D. Fisher, Joyce Fisher and Richard Elsberry in Poplar Bluff, Missouri, U.S.A.  
'''ODD''' was a fanzine published by Raymond D. Fisher, Joyce Fisher and Richard Elsberry in Poplar Bluff, Missouri, U.S.A.  
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The first issue appeared in 1949 and ran till 1962. ''ODD'' was revived in 1966 and ran again till 1969. At least 20 issues of the fanzine were produced, of which the highlight was frequently the art work of a number of artists that contributed. ''ODD'' was nominated for a HUGO award in 1968.
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The first issue appeared in 1949 and ran till 1962. ''ODD'' was revived in 1966 and ran again till 1969. At least 20 issues of the fanzine were produced, of which the highlight was frequently the art work of a number of artists that contributed. ''ODD'' was nominated for a Hugo award in 1968.
Contributors included Vaughn Bode, Bill Bowers, Dave Buck, Charles Burbee, Marshall Clarke, Ed Cox, Paul Cox, Richard Elsberry,  Jack Gaughan, Lyle Gaulding, Richard Gordon, David N. Hall, Terry Jeeves, Joe Kennedy, Jay Kinney, Chester Malon,  Clavin Marsden, Ray Nelson, Mickey Rhodes, Bob Tucker, Tony Urie, [[Harry Warner, Jr.]], Ron Whittington, Paul Willis.
Contributors included Vaughn Bode, Bill Bowers, Dave Buck, Charles Burbee, Marshall Clarke, Ed Cox, Paul Cox, Richard Elsberry,  Jack Gaughan, Lyle Gaulding, Richard Gordon, David N. Hall, Terry Jeeves, Joe Kennedy, Jay Kinney, Chester Malon,  Clavin Marsden, Ray Nelson, Mickey Rhodes, Bob Tucker, Tony Urie, [[Harry Warner, Jr.]], Ron Whittington, Paul Willis.

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ODD, Issue 14, cover by Mickey Rhodes 1966
ODD, Issue 14, cover by Mickey Rhodes 1966

ODD was a fanzine published by Raymond D. Fisher, Joyce Fisher and Richard Elsberry in Poplar Bluff, Missouri, U.S.A.

The first issue appeared in 1949 and ran till 1962. ODD was revived in 1966 and ran again till 1969. At least 20 issues of the fanzine were produced, of which the highlight was frequently the art work of a number of artists that contributed. ODD was nominated for a Hugo award in 1968.

Contributors included Vaughn Bode, Bill Bowers, Dave Buck, Charles Burbee, Marshall Clarke, Ed Cox, Paul Cox, Richard Elsberry, Jack Gaughan, Lyle Gaulding, Richard Gordon, David N. Hall, Terry Jeeves, Joe Kennedy, Jay Kinney, Chester Malon, Clavin Marsden, Ray Nelson, Mickey Rhodes, Bob Tucker, Tony Urie, Harry Warner, Jr., Ron Whittington, Paul Willis.

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