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First published in Cantonment, Florida, U.S.A., Volume 1, no. 2 was released in Nov. 1956. Volume 2, nos. 2-6 were issued between March and December 1957. Volume 3, numbers 1, and 2 were published in January/February, and March/April of 1958. By issue 12, ''Sphere'' was being published in Atlanta, Georgia by Joe Christoff and L.T. "Larry" Thorndyke.
First published in Cantonment, Florida, U.S.A., Volume 1, no. 2 was released in Nov. 1956. Volume 2, nos. 2-6 were issued between March and December 1957. Volume 3, numbers 1, and 2 were published in January/February, and March/April of 1958. By issue 12, ''Sphere'' was being published in Atlanta, Georgia by Joe Christoff and L.T. "Larry" Thorndyke.
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''Sphere'' contained articles, fiction, letters, and poetry. Articles included "History of the Scienceers: The First New York City Science Fiction Club, 1929", by Allen Glasser, among others. Poetry was contributed by Leslyn MacDonald Mocabee, among others.
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''Sphere'' contained articles, fiction, letters, and poetry. Articles included "'Oh To Be In England After The London Con" by Brian Aldiss, and "History of the Scienceers: The First New York City Science Fiction Club, 1929", by Allen Glasser, among others. Poetry was contributed by Leslyn MacDonald Mocabee, among others.
The letters column featured contributions from Ray Bradbury ([[Futuria Fantasia]]), Tom Reamy ([[Crifanac]], later [[Trumpet]]), and others.
The letters column featured contributions from Ray Bradbury ([[Futuria Fantasia]]), Tom Reamy ([[Crifanac]], later [[Trumpet]]), and others.
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==External Links==
==External Links==
*[http://www.fanac.org/timebinders/scienceers.html "History of the Scienceers: The First New York City Science Fiction Club, 1929", by Allen Glasser, from '''Sphere''' Issue 7]  
*[http://www.fanac.org/timebinders/scienceers.html "History of the Scienceers: The First New York City Science Fiction Club, 1929", by Allen Glasser, from '''Sphere''' Issue 7]  
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*[http://www.fiawol.org.uk/fanstuff/then%20archive/1957Worldcon/LonWorld7.htm "Oh To be In England Ater The London Con" by Brian Aldiss, from '''Sphere''' Sept/Oct 1957]
*[http://www.jophan.org/mimosa/m19/vick.htm 1940s Florida Fandom: "A Flame Flickered" by Shelby Vick]
*[http://www.jophan.org/mimosa/m19/vick.htm 1940s Florida Fandom: "A Flame Flickered" by Shelby Vick]

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Sphere was a science fiction fanzine by L.T. Thorndyke and Joe Christoff.

Sphere was published in the 1950s.

First published in Cantonment, Florida, U.S.A., Volume 1, no. 2 was released in Nov. 1956. Volume 2, nos. 2-6 were issued between March and December 1957. Volume 3, numbers 1, and 2 were published in January/February, and March/April of 1958. By issue 12, Sphere was being published in Atlanta, Georgia by Joe Christoff and L.T. "Larry" Thorndyke.

Sphere contained articles, fiction, letters, and poetry. Articles included "'Oh To Be In England After The London Con" by Brian Aldiss, and "History of the Scienceers: The First New York City Science Fiction Club, 1929", by Allen Glasser, among others. Poetry was contributed by Leslyn MacDonald Mocabee, among others.

The letters column featured contributions from Ray Bradbury (Futuria Fantasia), Tom Reamy (Crifanac, later Trumpet), and others.

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