The (Unspeakable) Thing

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Fiction was contributed by Duane Rimmel, and articles by F. Towner Laney ([[The Acolyte]]). Also included were selections of poetry, reviews, commentary and a letter column.
Fiction was contributed by Duane Rimmel, and articles by F. Towner Laney ([[The Acolyte]]). Also included were selections of poetry, reviews, commentary and a letter column.
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Burton Crane was also editor of ''The National Amateur''.
Helen Wesson was first a member, and then President, of AAPA (American Amateur Press Association) and published ''American Dawn'' with Erich Werner from 1938 to 1941, Independently she published ''Siamese Sandpipe'' with Sheldon Wesson begun in 1946, of which more than 12 issues appeared. She left AAPA and joined NAPA, where she published five issues of ''Spigots'' from 1944 to 1945. After relocating to Japan, where husband Sheldon was stationed, she became a correspondent for ''The Times of India'' and the ''Manchester Guardian''. Upon her return to the U.S. she co-published two issues of ''Houri'' with Bill Price in 1951 and 1952. She also published the fanzine [[Pendragon]] for FAPA. She was in the midst of preparing a new issue when she passed away.
Helen Wesson was first a member, and then President, of AAPA (American Amateur Press Association) and published ''American Dawn'' with Erich Werner from 1938 to 1941, Independently she published ''Siamese Sandpipe'' with Sheldon Wesson begun in 1946, of which more than 12 issues appeared. She left AAPA and joined NAPA, where she published five issues of ''Spigots'' from 1944 to 1945. After relocating to Japan, where husband Sheldon was stationed, she became a correspondent for ''The Times of India'' and the ''Manchester Guardian''. Upon her return to the U.S. she co-published two issues of ''Houri'' with Bill Price in 1951 and 1952. She also published the fanzine [[Pendragon]] for FAPA. She was in the midst of preparing a new issue when she passed away.

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The (Unspeakable} Thing Issue 2 Cover by T. Soyunki 1946
The (Unspeakable} Thing Issue 2 Cover by T. Soyunki 1946

The (Unspeakable) Thing was a science fiction fanzine by Helen Vivartlas Wesson (d. September 7, 2006) and Burton Crane (d. February 1963).

The first issue was published in Spring 1946, in the U.S.A., with the second following in Summer of the same year. Issue three appeared in July 1947. Issue four appeared in January 1950, and issue five in April 1952. The (Unspeakable} Thing was distributed by [[Fantasy Amateur Press Association] and published in such various locales as China, New Jersey, Japan, and New York. Burton Crane co-edited three issues with Helen Wesson.

Artwork was contributed by T. Soyunki.

Fiction was contributed by Duane Rimmel, and articles by F. Towner Laney (The Acolyte). Also included were selections of poetry, reviews, commentary and a letter column.

Burton Crane was also editor of The National Amateur.

Helen Wesson was first a member, and then President, of AAPA (American Amateur Press Association) and published American Dawn with Erich Werner from 1938 to 1941, Independently she published Siamese Sandpipe with Sheldon Wesson begun in 1946, of which more than 12 issues appeared. She left AAPA and joined NAPA, where she published five issues of Spigots from 1944 to 1945. After relocating to Japan, where husband Sheldon was stationed, she became a correspondent for The Times of India and the Manchester Guardian. Upon her return to the U.S. she co-published two issues of Houri with Bill Price in 1951 and 1952. She also published the fanzine Pendragon for FAPA. She was in the midst of preparing a new issue when she passed away.

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