The Panic Button

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'''The Panic Button''' was a science fiction fandom fanzine by Les Nirenberg published in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
'''The Panic Button''' was a science fiction fandom fanzine by Les Nirenberg published in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
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''The Panic Button'' was published in the early 1960s and at least 14 issues appeared.   
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''The Panic Button'' was published in the early 1960s and at least 14 issues appeared. Issue 13 appeared in 1963,  
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Contributors included Alan Dodd, Gary Deindorfer, Jerry DeMuth,  Ted Pauls, Ted White and Norm Clarke and Gina Clarke Ellis.  
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Contributors included Greg Benford, Alan Dodd, Gary Deindorfer, Jerry DeMuth, Colin Freeman,  Ted Pauls, Ted White and Norm Clarke and Gina Clarke Ellis.  
Ron Bennett, in [[Skyrack]], called it "A way out production". He went on to say, "Personally I enjoyed it, particularly Les's joke about not having the time to argue with Ted Pauls and then doing so for three columns".
Ron Bennett, in [[Skyrack]], called it "A way out production". He went on to say, "Personally I enjoyed it, particularly Les's joke about not having the time to argue with Ted Pauls and then doing so for three columns".

Revision as of 21:11, 20 March 2011

The Panic Button was a science fiction fandom fanzine by Les Nirenberg published in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

The Panic Button was published in the early 1960s and at least 14 issues appeared. Issue 13 appeared in 1963,

Contributors included Greg Benford, Alan Dodd, Gary Deindorfer, Jerry DeMuth, Colin Freeman, Ted Pauls, Ted White and Norm Clarke and Gina Clarke Ellis.

Ron Bennett, in Skyrack, called it "A way out production". He went on to say, "Personally I enjoyed it, particularly Les's joke about not having the time to argue with Ted Pauls and then doing so for three columns".

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