Void

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Void was a science fiction fanzine.  
Void was a science fiction fanzine.  
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It was started in the 1950s by Gregory Benford and his identical twin brother Jim Benford, when they were living in Germany; then later co-edited by Gregory Benford, [[Ted White]], Terry Carr, and Peter Graham.[
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It was started in the 1950s by Gregory Benford and his identical twin brother Jim Benford, when they were living in Germany; Jim Benford left after issue 13, and starting in 1959 there were various co-editors. The first was [[Ted White]], who became co-editor with issue 14, in 1958. In 1961 Gregory Benford left and Terry Carr joined, merging his fanzine [[Innuendo]] with ''Void''. Issue 28 was published in early 1962, and then five years later Ted White published the last issue, #29.
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Contributing artists included Steve Stiles.

Revision as of 19:38, 29 June 2012

Void was a science fiction fanzine.

It was started in the 1950s by Gregory Benford and his identical twin brother Jim Benford, when they were living in Germany; Jim Benford left after issue 13, and starting in 1959 there were various co-editors. The first was Ted White, who became co-editor with issue 14, in 1958. In 1961 Gregory Benford left and Terry Carr joined, merging his fanzine Innuendo with Void. Issue 28 was published in early 1962, and then five years later Ted White published the last issue, #29.

Contributing artists included Steve Stiles.

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