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'''Xenon''' was a science fiction fanzine published in Nebraska, U.S.A. by Gordon Rouze.
 
'''Xenon''' was a science fiction fanzine published in Nebraska, U.S.A. by Gordon Rouze.
 
   
 
   
The first issue appeared in March 1944. It was a mimeographed and stapled publication of eleven pages. It was a [[Fantasy Amateur Press Association]] release.
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The first issue appeared in March 1944, and was a mimeographed and stapled publication of eleven pages. It was released as a [[Fantasy Amateur Press Association]] fanzine.
  
 
Issue two was released in July 1944, with cover art by [[Hannes Bok]] and a short story called "The Impossible" by [[Donald Wollheim]].  
 
Issue two was released in July 1944, with cover art by [[Hannes Bok]] and a short story called "The Impossible" by [[Donald Wollheim]].  
  
Issue three included cover art and two poems by Hannes Bok and contributions from Ruby Diehr, James Gray, and Bob Tucker ([[Le Zombie]]), writing on the current crop of "Fantasy" movies, .
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Issue three included cover art and two poems by Hannes Bok and contributions from Ruby Diehr, James Gray, and Bob Tucker ([[Le Zombie]]), writing on the current crop of "Fantasy" movies.
  
 
Four issues of ''Xenon'' appeared in the 1940s.  
 
Four issues of ''Xenon'' appeared in the 1940s.  

Revision as of 01:12, 11 March 2011

Xenin Cover Art by Hannes Bok, July 1944

Xenon was a science fiction fanzine published in Nebraska, U.S.A. by Gordon Rouze.

The first issue appeared in March 1944, and was a mimeographed and stapled publication of eleven pages. It was released as a Fantasy Amateur Press Association fanzine.

Issue two was released in July 1944, with cover art by Hannes Bok and a short story called "The Impossible" by Donald Wollheim.

Issue three included cover art and two poems by Hannes Bok and contributions from Ruby Diehr, James Gray, and Bob Tucker (Le Zombie), writing on the current crop of "Fantasy" movies.

Four issues of Xenon appeared in the 1940s.