The Timebinder

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Published in the 1940s, ''The Timebinder'' was a mimeographed fanzine.  
Published in the 1940s, ''The Timebinder'' was a mimeographed fanzine.  
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Volume 1 #3 was released in Battle Creek, Michigan, U.S.A., in 1945. Contributors of writing included Helen Wesson ([[The (Unspeakable) Thing]]).  
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Volume 1 #2, and #3 were released in Battle Creek, Michigan, U.S.A., in 1945. Contributors of writing to issue 3 included Helen Wesson ([[The (Unspeakable) Thing]]).  
Volume 2, #3 appeared from Tendril Towers in Los Angeles, California, in 1946. Contributors of writing included Charles Hornig, and Gus Willmorth. The cover was off-set printed with art by Jack Weidenbeck.  
Volume 2, #3 appeared from Tendril Towers in Los Angeles, California, in 1946. Contributors of writing included Charles Hornig, and Gus Willmorth. The cover was off-set printed with art by Jack Weidenbeck.  

Revision as of 09:20, 17 March 2012

The Timebinder was a science fiction fanzine by E.E. Evans.

Published in the 1940s, The Timebinder was a mimeographed fanzine.

Volume 1 #2, and #3 were released in Battle Creek, Michigan, U.S.A., in 1945. Contributors of writing to issue 3 included Helen Wesson (The (Unspeakable) Thing).

Volume 2, #3 appeared from Tendril Towers in Los Angeles, California, in 1946. Contributors of writing included Charles Hornig, and Gus Willmorth. The cover was off-set printed with art by Jack Weidenbeck.

Contributors to other issues included Louis Russell Chauvenet, among others.

Along with Atres Artes, Black Flames, Chanticleer, En Garde, Guteto, Ichor, Le Zombie, Lethe, Nova, Shangri L'Affaires, and Voice of the Imagi-Nation, The Timebinder was included in the anthology fanzine Pacificon Combozine for the 1946 Pacificon Fourth World Science-Fiction Convention.

From 1941 till 1943, E.E. Evans was one of the co-editors of Nova, along with Abby Lu and Al Ashley, and Jack Weidenbeck. In 1945 he became the first editor of The National Fantasy Fan.

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