The Little Corpuscle

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'''The Little Corpuscle''' was a science fiction fanzine by Lynne Hickman.
'''The Little Corpuscle''' was a science fiction fanzine by Lynne Hickman.
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Published in Statesville, North Carolina, U.S.A., in the 1950s, ''The Little Corpuscle'' was a companion zine for [[TLMA]], "The Little Monsters of America".  
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Published in Statesville, North Carolina, U.S.A., in the 1950s, ''The Little Corpuscle'' was a companion zine for [[TLMA]], "The Little Monsters of America", which was a science fiction club co-founded by Lynne Hickman and Wilkie Connor, with a roster of around 300 members that lasted from 1951 till 1952. ''TLMA'' was the official organ.
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The club was for people who were stared at "as though (they) were a little monster or something" when they left a newsstand carrying a science fiction magazine. The goal of the club was to promote science fiction and fantasy reading. .  
Later in the 1950s Lynne Hickman published [[JD Argassy]] until the 1960s, and then [[Badmouth]], followed by [[The Pulp Era]] in the 1980s and 1990s.  
Later in the 1950s Lynne Hickman published [[JD Argassy]] until the 1960s, and then [[Badmouth]], followed by [[The Pulp Era]] in the 1980s and 1990s.  

Revision as of 21:26, 1 January 2013

The Little Corpuscle was a science fiction fanzine by Lynne Hickman.

Published in Statesville, North Carolina, U.S.A., in the 1950s, The Little Corpuscle was a companion zine for TLMA, "The Little Monsters of America", which was a science fiction club co-founded by Lynne Hickman and Wilkie Connor, with a roster of around 300 members that lasted from 1951 till 1952. TLMA was the official organ.

The club was for people who were stared at "as though (they) were a little monster or something" when they left a newsstand carrying a science fiction magazine. The goal of the club was to promote science fiction and fantasy reading. .

Later in the 1950s Lynne Hickman published JD Argassy until the 1960s, and then Badmouth, followed by The Pulp Era in the 1980s and 1990s.

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