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Science Fiction Fanzine Collection, Part 5: P-S

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SCRC 439

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Contents:
Part 1: Collection Overview
Part 2: Number titles, A-C
Part 3: D-G
Part 4: H-O
Part 5: P-S
Part 6: T-Z, unidentified

P Titles

Pablo Lennis.  John Thiel.  Lafayette, Indiana.  3 issues, dated: Oct. 2000, Sept. 2001, Nov. 2001) and another, Sept. 2002.

Pabulum.  Michelle Drayton-Harrold.  Glasgow.  Nos. 4-5 (December 1995 and undated)

Pallas Podium.  (an APA).  White Rose Publishing, Amherst, MA.  No. 4 [1993?]

Pamphrey.  Walter Willis, 170 Upper N'ards Road,  Belfast, Northern Ireland, (Jul. 1957).

Pandora.  Empire Books, P.O. Box 625, Murray, KY 42071-0625,  nos. 1-13 (1978-1985).  NOTE: MOVED TO CAT SHELVES.

Panic Button.  Panic Button Press, Les Nirenberg,   Islington, Ontario, Canada.   nos. 6-7, 14, 16   (Fall 1961-Winter 1962, 1963, 1964).

Pantheon.  Burkhard Bluem, 6 Frankfort-Niederrad, 29  Melibocus Street, Germany, nos. 1, 2 (undated).

Pantheon.  Jack Harness, no. 2 (undated).  Bound with, Fapesmo  no. 2 (undated).

Pantopon.  Ruth Berman, 5620 Edgewater Boulevard,  Minneapolis 17, MN, nos. 2-5 (Aug. 1961-May 1962).

Paradox.  Bruce Robbins, Stanford, CT  vol. 2, nos. 4, 6 (Dec. 1965, Sept. 1967).

Pariah.  Al Fick, Fort Johnson, N.Y., no. 2 (Winter 1961),  no. 3 (Nov-Dec. 1962).

Parma Eldalamaberon: The Book of the Eleven Tongues. Mythopoeic  Linguistic Fellowship, Glen H. Goodknight, Exec. ed.  no. 5 (1977).

Parsection.  George C. Willick,  Madison, IN.  nos. 1, 3-5 (Sept. 1960-Mar. 1961).

Pas-Tell.  Bjo Trimble, Garden Grove, CA.  92641.  Vol. 2, no. 1 (undated)  Vol. 2, no. 2 (undated)  Vol. 4, no. 2 (Apr. 1964)
  No. 21 (Oct. 1966)

Pavlat Report.  Larry Shaw, New York 3, N.Y.  (Aug. 1959).

Peculiar.  Alpajpuri (Paj), c/o General Delivery,  Ocean Park, WA 98640, no. 1 (Jul. 1971), no. 2 (Mar. 1972),  no. 3 (Jun. 17, 1972).

Pegasus.  Joanne Burger, 55 Blue Bonnet Ct., Lake  Jackson, TX 77566, no. 5 (Aug. 1969).

Pelf.  Dave Locke and Dave Hulan, 915 Mt. Olive Drive,  Duarte, CA 91019, nos. 5-7 (Oct. 1968-Apr. 1969).

Pendulum.  Bill Venable, 610 Park Place, Pittsburgh, PA,  Vol. 1, nos. 1-3 (Jan. 1952-Sept. 1952)  Vol. 2, no. 2 (Mar/Apr. 1953)

Penguin Dip.  Stephen H. Dorneman. Lynn, MA.  No. 14 (May 21, 1988) and no. 45 (June 8, 1991).

Peon.  Charles L. Riddle, PNI, USN Fleet Training Unit,  Pacific, c/o Fleet Training Unit, San Francisco, CA,  Bound copy: vol. 1, no. 1-vol. 5, no. 4 (Jul. 1949-Dec.  1952).

Persian Slipper.  Ted Johnstone, 6295 Lorca Drive,  San Diego, CA, no. 2 (undated).

Phanadelphia.  Neil Harris, Philadelphia, PA 19116.  no. 1 (Sept. 1980), See also: Greater Philadelphia.

Phantagraph, The.  Donald A. Wollheim, ed.  Brooklyn, Shepherd &   Wollheim, 1935-1941.  Unbroken run from v.4, no. 1 to v.8, no.  4, comprising a total of 25 issues.  (v.8, no. 1, May 1940, is   signed by Donald Wollheim, Robert “Doc” Lowndes, and Cyril M.   Kornbluth at their contributions).  Run includes two supple-  ments and the May 1937 apology. (Provenance: Hannes Bok).

Phantasmicom.  Donald Keller & Jeffrey Smith, 1702 Meadow Court,  Baltimore, MD 21207, nos. 4, 5, 10 (Feb. 1971, Apr. 1971,
  Nov. 1972).

Phantasy Press.  Dan McPhail, 1806 Dearborn, Pawton, OK. 
      Folder #1: Vol. 3, no. 1 (Oct. 1955), vol. 4, no. 4 (Jul.  1957), vol. 4, no. 6 (Sept. 1957), vol. 5, nos. 1, 2, 3, 4,  (Oct. 1957, Jan. 1958, Apr. 1958, Jul. 1958), vol. 6, nos. 1,
  2, 3, 4 (Oct. 1958, Jan. 1959, Apr. 1959, Jul. 1959).
         Folder #2: vol. 7, nos. 1, 2, 3 (Oct. 1959, Jan. 1960, Apr.  1960), vol. 8, nos. 2, 3, 4 (Jan. 1961, Apr. 1961, Jul. 1961),  vol. 9, nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (Oct. 1961, Jan. 1962, Apr. 1962,  Jul. 1962, Sept. 1962), vol. 14, no. 5 (Nov. 1957).
 
The Phantom of the Spaceways.  Richie Benyo, Box 229, Waller  Hall, Bloomsburg State College, Bloomsburg, PA 17815, Galactic  Outpost Special Issue no. 4, vol. 2, no. 2 (Fall 1965).  Double issue.

Phaser.  Michael B. Fisher, 38 West Mannheim Street,  Philadelphia, PA 19144, nos. 1, 2 (Oct. 1975, Jan. 1976).

Phil Kohn Says.  Phil Kohn, Main Road, Yokneam, Israel,  two unnumbered copies (undated).

PhiloSFy.  Alexander R. Slate.  San Antonio, TX  Nos. 4-14 (Dec. 1996 – March 2000)

Philosophical Gas.  John Bangsund, Parergon Books, P.O. Box  357, Kingston ACT 2604, Australia, no. 26 (Summer 1974).

Phlotsam.  Phyllis H. Economou,  Milwaukee, WI. 
         Folder #1: nos. 3, 3/4, 8-13 (Nov. 1955, undated, Aug. 1957, undated,  undated, undated, undated, undated).
         Folder #2: nos. 14, 17-20 (May 1960, Feb. 1961, Nov. 1961,  Feb. 1962, Aug. 1962).
 
Phobos. 
(formerly ISFA NEWS). Lee Anne Tremper, pub. Indianapolis,   Indiana.   Vol. 4, no. 3 (November 1954)

Phoenix Quill.  Brenda Sinclair Sutton, Marietta, GA   (Linked to the Phoenix Science Fiction Society)  no. number (April 1988) and v.2, no. 3 (May 1988).

Phoenix Science Fiction Society (Georgia). See publication above:   Phoenix Quill.

Phosphor.
  Jack Speer, North Bend, WA, (Jun. 1, 1957).

Photogenic Onion.  George Foster Jr.  Worthington, OH.    No. 1 (Mar. 1968). 

Photon.  Atomic Enterprises, 801 Avenue C, Brooklyn, NY 11218,  no. 17 (1968).

Piere, Le.  See: Le Piere.

Pilikia.
  Guy E. Terwilleger, 922 Day Drive, Boise, ID,  Vol. 2, no. 3 (Nov.-Dec. 19 ?).

Pips.  See: Applesauce 30 for contributed copy.

Pipsqueak.  See: legal length/oversize section below.

PITFCS.  Theodore R. Cogswell, 204 McKenzie Road, Muncie, IN,  no. 142 (Feb. 1962), no. 143 (Dec. 1962), no. 144 (May 1963).

PKDS Newsletter.  Philip K. Dick Society, Ed: Paul Williams. Glen Ellen,  CA.   no. 1 (Aug. 1983).

Placebo.  Moshe Feder, 142-34 Booth Memorial Avenue,  Flushing, NY 11355, nos. 2-4 (Jan. 1972-Jul. 1972).

Planeteer Magazine.  James Blish.  East Orange, NJ.  vol. 1, no. 5 (Mar. 1936).

Platforms of the Candidates. (A supplement to TNFF).  The  National Fantasy Fan Federation, pt. 1 (Aug. 1963), pt. 2  (Oct. 1963), Oct. 1965.

Pleiades Pimples.  Bob Tucker, Box 702, Bloomington, IL,  no. 1 (Jan. 1960).

Plenum.  Milton A. Rothman.  Philadelphia, PA.  (A continuation of his WWII zine Milton’s Mag – see above.)  Nos. 1, 5, unnumbered, 12, and “special number”. (5 issues).

Plokta.  Steve Davies and Alison Scott. Reading and London, U.K.  v.1, no. 2 (July 1996), v. 2, no. 2 (Feb. 1997) – v. 2, no. 5 (Nov. 1997),   v. 3, no. 1; v. 3, no. 3; v. 3, no. 3 ½; v. 4, no. 1-4; v. 5, no. 1-5; v. 6, no. 1-3;   v. 7, no. 1; no. 25 ½; v. 7, no. 2-4; v. 8, no. 1-2; v. 9, no. 1 (March 2004), v.9,   no. 2 (November 2004); v. 10, no. 1 (March 2005);

Ploy.  Ron Bennett, 7 Southway, Arthurs Avenue, Harrogate,  Yorkshire, England, vol. 1, nos. 3-6, 10, 13, 14 (Aug. 1955-  Jun. 1956, Sept. 1957, Jul. 1958, Jun. 1959).

Podium.  Les Niremburg, 1217 Weston Road, Toronto 15,  Ontario, Canada, (undated).

Pogo.  Alpajpuri, Box 28, Vashon, WA 98070, no. 2 (Apr. 1973),  no. 3  (Jul. 1973).

Point of No Return.  Amateur Press Association, David Rike,  Box 203, Rodeo, CA, no. 4 (May 1955? or Aug. 1957);  See: Orgy.

Polaris One.  Starfire Press, 5242 Cedar Avenue, Philadelphia,  PA 19143, vol. 2, no. 1 (Spring 1980).

Polestar Chapbooks.  Redd Boggs, 2209 Highland Place, N.E.,  Minneapolis 21, MN, no. 1 (Spring 1960).

Poo.  Andy Young, 10 Sumner Road, Cambridge 38, MA,  4 copies (undated).

Pooka.  Don Ford, 129 Maple Avenue, Sharonville, OH,  no. 2 (Mar. 1956), no. 14-15 (including OMPA 41 and 43) (Sept 1964 - Oct 1964)
 
Poor Richard's Almanac.  Richard Brown, Box 1136, Tyndall AFB,  FL, nos. 9, 12-14 (Dec. 1960, 1961-? 1961).

Poppy Seed.  David Kirk Patrick, Wesleyan University,  Middletown, CT, no. 1 (Sept. 1965).

Portland Science-Fantasy Society.  See above their publication:  The Fanscient.

Postal Preview. 
Published "as the news breaks" by Ted Carnell,   Plumstead, London [England]. Issued as post cards.  Nos. 1-15 and 18-19 (1939-1940).

Postie. The NFFF Magazine of Letters & Comment.  Two photocopied issues: February 1954 and May 1954.

Pot Pourri.  John Berry, 31 Campbell Park Avenue, Belmont,  Belfast, Northern Ireland, nos. 1, 23 (Jun. 1958, Jul. 1962).

Potsherd.  Stu Shiffman, 19 Broadway Terrace, Apt. 1D, New  York, NY 10040, no. 1 (1985).

Primal.  Howard Miller, 1740 Chestnut Street, Long Beach,  CA, no. 5 (undated).

Probe.  Primrose, South Africa.  The official clubzine of   S.F.S.A. (Science Fiction South Africa).  No. 76 (May 1989) and no. 82 (December 1990), nos.   106-109 (October 1998 – October 1999), no. 111 (Nov. 2000).

Procrastination.  Darrell Schweitzer, 113 Deepdale Rd.,  Strafford, PA 19087, nos. 6, 13-15 (1970, 1977, 1978, 1981).

Project Art Show.  See: A Sales Pitch to Convince...

Proper Boskonian.  New England Science Fiction Assn.,  P.O. Box G., MIT Station, Cambridge, MA 02136.  Folder #1: vol. 1, nos. 0-5 (Oct. 1967-Aug. 1969).

  Folder #2: nos. 6-8 (1970-Jul. 1971).

  Folder #3: nos. 25, 27 (Nov. 1984, May 1990).

Propos Du Barean, A.   See above: A Propos…

Prose of Kilimanjaro.  George Locke, 85 Chelsea Gardens,  Chelsea Bridge Road, London S.W.1., England,
  vol. 1, no. 2 (Nov. 1961).

Providence Amateur, The.  The Necronomicon Press, Marc A.  Michaud, 101 Lockwood Street, W. Warwick, R.I. 02893,  vol. 1, no. 1 (Jun. 1915), vol. 1, no. 2 (Feb. 1916).  [reprinted I assume!!  …]

Psi.  La, LyRo Publications, Box 215, Dixon, CA,  vol. 3, no. 1 (Winter 1959).

Psi-Phi.  Bob Lichtman,  Los Angeles, CA.    nos. 2-5, 8-9 (Mar. 1959-Mar. 1960, Feb. 1963-Nov. 1963).   (distributed through a FAPA mailing?)

Psychopath.  John Trimble, 2790 West 8th Street, Los  Angeles 5, CA, no. 1 (Feb. 1961).

Psychotic.  Richard E. Geis, Santa Monica,   CA 90403.  (See also Alien Critic, Richard E. Geis and Science Fiction Review).
       Folder #1: nos. 21-25 (Nov. 1967-May 1968).
       Folder #2: nos. 26-27 (Jul. 1968-Sept. 1968).

Pull No Punches.  Bill Danner, 720 Rockwood Avenue,  Pittsburgh 34, PA, (May 1954).

Pulp.  John Harvey, ed.  Carshalton, Surrey, Eng.  No. no. (February 1988).

Pulp Countdown.  Pulp Era Amateur Press, Gerald W. Page, ed.,  193 Battery Pl., UNDATED, Atlanta, GA 30307, vol. 1, no. 2  (1987).

The Pulp Era.  Lynn Hickman, Pulp Era Press, 413 Ottokee Street,  Wauseon, OH 43567, nos. 64 (July-Aug 1966), nos. 67-69   (May 1967 – Feb. 1968), nos. 72-75 (Sept. 1969-Spring 1971).


Q Titles

Qabal.
  Dean Grennell, 401 Maple Avenue, Fond du Lac, WI,  nos. 4, 5, 5 (Aug. 1959, Aug. 1959, Nov. 1959).

Qar (Queen Anne's Revenge).  Bill Blackbeard, 192 Mountain View,  Los Angeles, CA  90057, no. 1 (Spring 1964).

Q.E.D.  Miriam Knight, 947 University Avenue, Berkeley 10, CA,  no. 5 (Jul. 1962).

QRM.  Edwin W. Meyer, MIT SF Society, Room W20-443, 77  Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02139,  nos. 0.01, 1 (Dec. 1966, Feb. 1967).

Quagmire.  John Quagliano, 1753 East 26th Street,  Brooklyn 29, NY, no. 2 (undated).

Quandry.  Lee Hoffman, 101 Wagner Street, Savannah, GA,  vol. 1, nos. 1, 7, 10 (Sept. 1950, Feb. 1951, May 1951).

Quantifier.  Kevin Langdon, 823 Idylberry Road, San  Rafael, CA, no. 1 (Mar. 1962).

Quantum.  1171 Neeb Road, Cincinnati, OH 45238, vol. 1, no. 1  (1975), nos. 2, 3 (1976), vol. 1, no. 4 (1976), vol. 2,   nos. 1, 2 (1977), vol. 4, no. 4 (1978).

Quark.  Lesleigh and Chris Couch, Rt. 2, Box 889, Arnold, MO  631010, no. 10 (Apr. 1969).

Que, Pasado?  Ella Parker, 1217 Weston Road, Toronto 15,  Ontario Canada, no. 4 (Summer 1961).

Queebcon.  Boyd Raeburn & Norman and Georgina Clark,  nos. 8, 9 (July 1964, Sept. 1964).  (Subtitles: Terry Carr in Aspic and Duck in the Afternoon).  “Queenshots”? “Queencon was the fanciful names they gave to   their get-togethers” …

Quelles Horreurs.  Dave Jenrette, 1939 S.W. 14 Terrace,  Miami, FL, no. 7 (undated).

Quendi.  Mark Roth, 5226 Knox Street, Philadelphia,  PA 19144, vol. 1, no. 1 (Spring 1979).

Quid.  Vic Ryan, 2160 Sylvan Road, Springfield, IL,  no. 1 (undated).

Quip.  Len Bailes and Arnie Katz.  UCLA,   Los Angeles, CA.   nos. 1-4 (Fall 1965-Summer 1966).

Quis Custodiet Custodes.  Yale F. Edeiken, no. 2 (undated).

Quixotic.  Don Durward, 6033 Garth Avenue, Los Angeles, CA,  no. 2 (undated).

Quo-Davis.  Moshe Feder, 142-34 Booth Memorial Avenue,  Flushing, NY 11355, (Feb. 1974).

Quotebook.  Rose and Hawk Press, Los Angeles, CA,  no. 2 (1965), one unnumbered copy (1960).

Qx.  Kenneth J. Krueger, S6202 Abbott Road, Hamburg, NY,  vol. 1, nos. 2, 3 (undated).


R Titles

Rabanos Radiactivos.  Fred Patten, 5156 Chesley Avenue,  Los Angeles, CA 90043, no. 3 (Nov. 3, 1964).

Rache.  Bruce Pelz, Box 100, 308 Westwood Plaza,  Los Angeles, CA 90024, nos. 12-16, 19 (Dec. 1963-Dec. 1964,  Sept. 1965).

Rainy Day Woman.  George R. Heap, OA, Box 1487, Rochester,  NY 14603, no. 1 (Nov. 1970).

Rambling Fap.  Gregg Calkins, Salt Lake   City, UT.
        Folder #1: nos. 4, 5, 11-22 (undated, Nov. 1955, undated-Feb. 1960).
        Folder #2: nos. 24-31 (Jul. 1960-May 1962).

Random.  Daphne Buckmaster, 8 Buchanan Street, Kirkcudbright,  Scotland, no. 3 (Jun. 1961).

Rasty.  Duncan McFarland, Cincinnatti,  OH 45208, nos. 1, 2 (undated), 3 (March 1965). 

Rataplan.  Leigh Edmonds, Balaclava, Victoria,  Australia, nos. 14, 15 (undated, Apr. 1974).

Ratatosk.  Bruce Pelz, Los Angeles,  CA 90024,   nos. 1-3, 5-7, 38-47 (Nov.-Dec. 1964, Jan.-Feb. 1965,  Aug. 1966-May 1967).

Rats (supplement to Genook).  Bill Kunkel,   Glendale, NY 11227, nos. 1, 4, 6 (Oct. 1967, Dec. 1967, Aug. 1968).

Regurgitation Six.  Norman Hochberg, 89-07 209 Street,  Queens Village, NY 11427, vol. 1, no. 2 (1972).

REH: Lone Star Fictioneer.  Nemedian Chronicles, Office of  Publication, P.O. Box 186, Shawnee Mission, KS 66201,  vol. 1, no. 3 (1975), vol. 1, no. 4 (1976).    

Rejected Canon, The.  Dick Eney, 417 Ft. Hunt Road, Alexandria,  VA, (undated).

Reluctant Famulus. Thomas D. Sadler, ed./pub. Adrian, MI.  v. 2, no. 3 (March 1990), no. 16 (May 1991); no. 50 (Autumn 1997);   no. 51 (9th anniversary issue) (Winter 1997); no. 52-59 (Spring 1998 to   Winter 2002);  1999 enclosure: “In Memoriam: Robert S. ‘Buck’ Coulson 1928-1999”  (foldered separately).

Remembrance of Things Past.  Bill Evans, Box 86, Mt. Rainier,  vols. 1, 4-7 (May 1955, Feb. 1958-Nov. 1958).

Renaissance.  J.J. Pierce, vol. 1, no. 4 (undated).Renaissance Science Fiction League.  See above for their publication In Flux.

Replies, Responses, Reactions.  Rich Mann, John Kusske, 522  9th Avenue, West, Alexandria, MN 56308, no. 1 (Jan. 1965).

Resin.  Norm Metcalf, P.O. Box 336, Berkeley, CA,  nos. 8-10, 12-14, 18, 20, 31, 2 unnumbered copies (Jan. 1962-  Jul. 1962, Jan. 1963-Jul. 1963, Oct. 1964, Jan. 1965,  Jul. 1967, Jan. 1966, Jan. 1967).

Resolution.  Jackie Causgrove, 3650 Newton Street, #15,  Torrance, CA 90505, nos. 2-5 (undated-Jul. 1980).

Resounding Science Fiction.  Foley and Smith Publications,  727 Pismyre Place, Mud Flats, NM, vol. MXLVIIIII, no. 1.  This is actually a spoof issue by Inside Science Fiction.  No. 52, October 1957 (Ron Smith) of Astounding Science   Fiction.

Retribution.  John Berry, 31 Campbell Park Avenue, Belmont  Avenue, Northern Ireland, nos. 9-11 (Dec. 1957-undated

Retro.  F.M. Busby, 2852 14th Street, West, Seattle, WA,  no. 9 (Jul. 1958).

Retrograde.  Redd Boggs, 2209 Highland Place, N.E.,  Minneapolis, MN, nos. 1-4 (Jul. 1959-Jun. 1960).

Revelatiions From the Secret Mythos.  Headquarters, Department  of the Army, Washington, DC, nos. 1, 2, 3 (Jan. 1961,  undated, May 1960).

Review.  Vernon L. McCain, Box 876, Kellog, ID,  vol. 1, no. 6 (Jan. 1955), missing: vol. 2, no. (undated).

Revoltin' Development.  Martin E. Alger, 27886 Dartmouth,  Madison Heights, MI, (7 unnumbered issues; sent out  with FAPA mailings).

Revolting Tales of Sex and Super Science.  John Bangsund,  P.O. Box 357, Kingston ACT 2604, Australia,  no. 4 (Aug. 1973).

Rhetorical Device.  Clifford R. Wind, #206, 308 Summit E.,  Seattle, WA 98102, no. 1 (Dec. 1982), no. 3 (Apr. 1984).

Rhizome Factor, The.  Cathy Cupitt.  Nedlands, Western Australia.  Vol. 1, no. 4 (September 1999)

Ribbler's Ram.  Richie Benyo,  Jim   Thorpe, PA    nos. 1, 2 (Jun., Sept. 1964).

Richard E. Geis.  Richard E. Geis,  Portland.  (See also: Psychotic, Alien Critic, and Science Fiction Review). no. 1 (Feb. 15, 1972), no. 2 (1972).

Rising Star.  John Betancourt et al eds., Paradox Press and  UNDINAL Songs Press, 143 Whitemarsh Way, Delran, NJ 08075.  Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 1982)  Vol. 1, no. 2 (Jan. 1982)  Vol. 1, no. 3 (Feb.-May 1983)

Rising Star.  Scott E. Green, Star/Sword Publications, 47 Byledge  Rd., Manchester, NH 03104, vol. 1, no. 17 (1983).

Risteria.  Paula Gold, P.O. Box 743, Cincinnati, OH 45201,  nos. 2-6 (Oct. 1976-1977).

Robin Hood.  L.A.S.F.S. Press, Los Angeles, CA,  (Nov. 11, 1959).

Robots & Roadrunners. Ursa Major (org.) San Antonio, TX.  v. 6, no. 1 (March 1991)

Rocket's Blast and Comicollector.  S.F.C.A., 9875 S.W. 212  Street, Miami, FL 33157, no. 43 (1966).

The Romann.  Richard Mann, 131 Belt Road, UPO 845, New York, NY,  nos. 1-3 (Mar. 1964-Dec. 1964).

Rosf.  Norm Metcalf, P.O. Box 1368, Boulder, CO 80302,  vol. 1, no. 1 (Jun. 1971).

Roster of Membership. The National Fantasy Fan Federation.  Janie Lamb and Donald Franson, (Sept. 1962, Mar. 1963, Oct.  1963, Apr. 1964, Oct. 1964, Sept. 1965, May 1968, Jun. 15,  1974).

Rot.  Mal Ashworth, 40 Makin St., Bradford 4, Yorks, England,  no. 3 (undated), no. 4 (Mar. 1960), no. 5 (Summer 1961), 2  unnumbered copies (Sept. 1955, Sept. 1964).

Roubidoux.  Jean Young, 229 West College Street, Oberlin, OH,  (undated).

Rowse, Yvonne.  (Trimpley, Worcs, UK). For fanzines by Rowse in this list see: Adverse Camber, Inconsequential, Joie de Vivre, and Talking Shit.
 
Royal Swiss Navy Gazette, The.  Garth Spencer. Vancouver, BC, CA.  Nos. 3-9 (Sept. 1998 – Sept. 2002)

Rubber Meatball.  Steve Stiles, 1809 2nd Avenue, New York, NY,  no. 1 (undated).

Rune.  Minnesota SF Society, 1350 Queen Avenue North,  Minneapolis, MN 55411, nos. 16, 18-22 (Jun. 1969, Nov. 1970-  Apr. 1971); no. 75 (Nov. 1986) [was fancifully titled Stroon  #0], no. 86 (March 2002)

Rune.  Warren DiLeo, The Rune Press, P.O. Box 3346, Ohio  State University, Columbus, OH 43210, no. 1 (Autumn 1974).

Rune.  Norman G. Wansborough, 1 unnumbered copy (Aug. 1959).


S Titles

SAFARI Annual:
no. 2: see below: Why is a Fan?

Sales Pitch to Convince FAPA to Sponser an Art Show, A.
  Bjo Trimble, Mathom House Press, 222 S. Gramercy Place,  Los Angeles, CA, (undated).

Salud.  Elinor Busby, 2852 14th Street, West, Seattle, WA,  nos. 1-2, 5-6, 8-10 (undated-May 1960, Jan. 1961-undated,  undated-May 1962) 2 copies of no. 10 with different dates;  May 1962 and Aug. 1962.

SAM.  Steve Siles, 3003 Ellerslie Avenue, Baltimore, MD  21218, no. 15 (Spring 1983). 

Sambal Goreng.  Yale F. Edeiken, 606 W. Cornelia Street,  Chicago, IL 60657, no. 1 (undated).

Sambo.  Sambo Press, P.O. Box 4251, Tulsa, OK,  nos. 1, 7 (undated, Sept. 1957).

Samizdat Barrayar.  (A Lois McMaster Bujold fanzine). Richard Boothe,    Patricia Mathews.  Albuquerque, NM  Vol. 8 (Summer 1993)

Sand Scripts.  Matthew Howarth & Hugh J. Barton, HOWSKI  Grafix Studios, 18 Harkroad, Levittown, PA 19056,
  (1977).

Sap Roller.  Jack Harness, 1627 19th Street, N.W., Washington,  DC, (undated).

Saprise.  Null-Q Press, (Oct. 1967), 1 unnumbered copy.

Sapsides.  William N. Austin, 3317 West 67th Street,  Seattle 7, WA, vol. 1, no. 2 (Jan. 1951).

Sardine Tin Gods.  Erika Maria Lacey. Logan Central, Qld, Australia.  Issue no. 1 (January 2001)

Satellite in the Sky.  Andy Young.  [undated, 1957-58? Sputnik? Internatinal Geophysical Year?]

Satyr.  John D. Berry,  Bronxville,   NY    no. 1 (Mar./Apr. 1966).

Saucer Magazine.  FILED IN LEGAL SIZE BOX, see list at end.

Saucer Review and Abstracts.
  Saucerian Research Center,  155 Third Street in Rochester, N.Y., vol. 1, no. 4 (Jul. 1958),  vol. 1, no. 5 (Sept. 1958).

Saucerfull of Secrets.  “Brookfield” R. M. B. {Australia] Judith Hanna.  No. 6 (Sept. 1980, for Applesauce 29, October 1980).

Saureian Brandy Digest.  T’erri Dorosch and Sylvia Stanczyk.  Erie, PA.  No. 7 (December 1977)

Scarr. The.  George L. Charters, BANGOR,   Northern Ireland.   (Title anagram of editor’s last name).  (Higher numbered issues    result of skipping chunk of numbers??).  [aka: George “A.T.W.” Charters =    George “All the Way” Charters].

 Folder #1: nos. 1-10 (Apr. 1963-Dec. 1965),  no. 102 (Jun. 1966),  no. 110 (Sept. 1966).

  Folder #2: nos. 111-112 (Nov. 1966-Mar. 1967), 121-123 (Jun.  1968-May 1967), 200-201 (Sept. 1969-Jan. 1970).
    
Scavenger's Newsletter.  Janet Fox, Osage  City, KS 66523.  Nos. 8-9, 11, 13-15, 18, one partial copy, number unknown  (Nov. 1984-Nov. 1984??, Jan. 1985, Mar. 1985-  May 1985, Aug. 1985, undated).  In the Carlos Roy Lavender Papers: no. 104 (October 1992)

Scavenger’s Scrapbook.  Janet Fox, Osage City, KS 66523-1329.  January 1991 issue.

The Scene.  Robert J. Shea, 150 Bennett Avenue, New York, NY,  vol. 1, nos. 4-11 (Aug. 1961-May 1963).

Sceptic/Garlic Press.  See Applesauce 30 for contributed copy.

Schamoob.  Frank C. Johnson, Cincinnati, OH 45229,   no. 6 (1969), no. 7 (1969), no 10 (1971?). 

Schizo.  Richard E. Geis, 2631 North Mississippi, Portland, OR,  no. 3 (undated).

Science Adventure Stories. Oswald Train, ed., Comet Publications,  Philadelphia, PA, vol. 1, no. 1 (undated). Note: Not in Tymn &  Ashley.  Physical copy is in: Lloyd Arthur Eshbach Papers, Box 2, Folder 17. 

Science Correspondence Club Organ.  In: Lloyd Arthur Eshbach Papers,, vol. 1, no. 2 (Jul. 1930) xerox, vol. 2, no. 1  (Jan. 1931) xerox.

Science/Fantasy Correspondent.  Carrollton Clark, 9122 Rosslyn,  Arlington, VA 22209, no. 1 (1975).

Science Fiction Advertiser. (Formerly Fantasy Advertiser).   Roy Squires, Glendale, CA. vol. 5, nos. 5, 6 (Jan.,  Mar. 1952), vol. 6, nos. 1- 2, 4-5 (Jul. 1952-Sept. 1952),  Jan. 1953-May 1953), Fall 1953, vol. 7, no. 1 (Wint. 1953-54),  vol. 7, no. 2 (Spring 1954). vol. 7, no. 3 (Summer 1954).   (Became: Inside and Science Fiction Advertiser).

Science Fiction Age.  James V. Taurasi, Sr., 18-36 129th Street,  College Point, NY, vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1960).

Science Fiction Bulletin.  David Charles Paskow, 817 West 66th  Avenue, Philadelphia, PA.  Vol. 2, nos. 2-6 (Aug.-Dec. 1960)  Vol. 3, nos. 1-6 (1960-Jun. 1961)  Vol. 4, no. 1 (Jul. 1961)  Vol. 5, nos. 1-6 (Jun.-Nov. 1963)
  Vol. 6, nos. 1-6 (Dec. 1963-May 1964)

The Science Fiction Collector.  Pandors's Books Ltd., Box 86,  Neche, ND 58265, no. 15 (1981) combined with: Age of the  Unicorn.

Science Fiction Critic.
  Claire P. Beck, Futile Press,  Box 27, Lakeport, CA, vol. 1, nos. 7, 8, 11 (Jan. 1937,  Mar. 1937, Oct. 1937).

Science Fiction Digest.  Henry W. Burwell, Jr., 459 Sterling  Street, N.E., Atlanta, GA, no. 6 (May 1952).

Science Fiction and Fantasy.  Quicksilver Press, Oshkosh, WI,  vol. 12 (undated).

Science Fiction Fifty-Yearly.  Bob Bloch and Bob Tucker,  Weyauwega, WI, Bloomington, IL (respectively),  (Nov. 1957).

Science Fiction Five-Yearly.  Lee Hoffman ed., Bob Toomey et al, aided.   Port Charlotte, NC 33950,  nos. 3-5 (Nov. 1961-Nov. 1971), no. 8 (Nov. 1986).

Science Fiction International News.  Keith Freeman & David Kyle,  Sci-Fi-Di, 128 Fairford Road, Tilehurst, Reading RG3 6QP,  England, no. 1 (May 1, 1975).

Science Fiction Magazine Checklist 1961-1972.  William H.  Desmond, South Boston, MA, (1973).  FILE NOT IN FOLDER.

Science Fiction News Letter.  Science Fiction Newsletter,  P.O. Box 260, Bloomington, IL, nos. 15, 17, 18, 19, 20,  21 (Apr. 1950, Oct. 1950, Dec. 1950, Mar. 1951, May 1951,  Jul. 1951).

Science Fiction Parade.  Stan Woolston, 12832 Westlake Street,  Garden Grove, CA 92640, (Mar. 1962, Sept. 1964).

Science Fiction Played by Ear (SFPBE).  Ray E. Beam.  Indianapolis, IN.    (June 17, 1960). 

Science Fiction Review.  Claire D. Beck, 214 East 7th Street,  Reno, NV, vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 1935).

Science Fiction Review.  Robert Franson, San Diego,   CA 92112. Nos. 2, 7, 13, 14, 16-21, 23-28, 30-31(Sept. 1963 – Oct. 26, 1964); Index to 1-31.Nos. 32-33, 36-38, 40-44 (Nov. 9, 1964 – June 22, 1965).

Science Fiction Review.  Richard E. Geis,  Santa Monica, CA.  (See also his Alien Critic, Psychotic, and Richard E. Geis).  Folder #1:  nos. 21, 28-29, 31-33 (Aug. 1955, Nov. 1968-Jan.  1969, Jun. 1969-Oct. 1969).  Renewed title Science Fiction Review (formerly Alien Critic) will be found  in the Science Fiction Magazine section, up to Nov. 1981.
         Folder #2: nos. 35-37, 39 (Feb. 1970-Apr. 1970, Aug. 1970).
         Folder #3: nos. 40, 42 (Oct. 1970, Jan. 1971).

Science Fiction Sales.  Science Fiction Sales, 4705 Weddel  Street, Dearborn Heights, MI 48125, (undated).

Science Fiction South Africa. See above for their clubzine:  Probe.

Science Fiction Times.
(Tabloid) Andrew Adams Whyte,  Cambridge, MA, Vincent McCaffrey, Boston, MA.  March 1980 (v.1, no.7), November 1980 [v.1, no. 8 or 9], and   v.1, no. 10 (undated but before September 1981).

Science-Fiction Times. James V. Taurasi, Ed. Add: Frank Prieto, Jr.   Syracuse, NY      and James Ashe, Freeville, N.Y.
        Folder #1: Nos. 345-382 (Sept. 1961-Mar. 1962)
        Folder #2: Nos. 383-408 (Apr. 1962-Nov. 1963)
        Folder #3: Nos. 409-430 (Dec. 1963-Aug. 1965).
        Folder #4: Nos. 431-434 (Sept. 1965-Dec. 1965), no. 436  (Jan. 1967), nos. 438-458 (Jan. 1967-Sept. 1968).
        Folder #5: Nos. 443-465 (June 1967-April 1969). (The issue   446 of September 1967 is unnumbered and undated).

The Science Fiction Votary.  Steve Perram, Ed. Emeticus, 2920  Meridian St., Bellingham, WA 98225, vol. 1, no. 8 (1979).

Science Fiction Writers of America: Proceedings of the Day Program and Nebula Awards Banquet, 1970.  See: Between Worlds.

Scientifantasy.  Des Moines, IA, (Summer 1949). FOLDER NOT  IN BOX.

Scientifiction (First Fandom Report). 
Various presidents and places.  16 issues in the Carlos Roy Lavender Papers: 1998/99 (3 issues); 2000 (3 issues);   2001 (1 issue); 2002 (3 issues); 2003 (2 issues); 2004 (1 issue); 2005 (1 issue);  2006 (2 issues).

Sci-Fi Showcase.  Tom Dupree, Showcase Publications, 809  Adkins Blvd., Jackson, MS 39211, no. 5 (May 1965).

Scintillation 13.  Carl Eugene Bennett, P.O. Box 8502,  Portland, OR 97207, vol. 4, no. 2 (1977).

Scopus: 3007.  Alexander J. L. Bouchard. Hazel Park, MI.  No. 8 (Spring 1998), no. 10 (Summer 2000)

Scottishe.  Ethel Lindsay, 6 Langley Avenue, Surbiton.  Surrey KT6 6QL., United Kingdom.
           Folder #1: nos. 16-18 (Dec. 1958-Sept. 1959), no. 20  (Mar. 1960), nos. 24-31 (undated-Mar. 1963). Some numbers are  missing.
           Folder #2: nos. 32-34 (undated-Dec. 1963), nos. 38-41 (undated-  Sept. 1966), nos. 43-47 (Mar. 1967-Mar. 1968).
           Folder #3: nos. 48-59 (undated)
           Folder #4: nos. 60-67 (Sept. 1971-1973)
  
Scree.  Jean Young, no. 1 (Aug. 11, 1957).

Scribble.  Bob Pavlat, 6001 43rd Avenue, Hyattsville, MD,  nos. 5-12 (Apr. 1961-Summer 1963).

Scrunch.  Wally Weber, 224 Holmes Avenue, N.W., Apt. 1,  Huntsville, AL 35801, no. 1 (Jun. 1964).

Scuttle Butt.  Mike Glyer, nos. 1-3 (Aug. 1983-Sept. 1983),  no. 11 (Sept. 1983).

Scythrop.  Parergon Books, John Bangsund, P.O. Box 357,  Kinston ACT 2604, Australia, nos. 21-24 (Dec. 1969-Aug.  1971), no. 28 (Summer 1973/74).

Searching & Fearless Moral Inventory.  By Arthur, an Addict.  No. 1 (undated)

Seasons Greetings.  Dave Rike, 1010 Broadway, Oakland, CA,  no. 1 (Dec. 1959).

Second Age.  Peter A. David, Box 265, Dresher, PA 19025.
        Folder #1: vol. 10 (Jul. 1975), vol. 11, no. 2 (Oct. 1975),
  vol. III, no. 3 (Feb. 1976).
        Folder #2: no. 6 (1976), vol. III, no. 4 (1976), vol. IV,  no. 5 (1976).

Selake.  Fred Patton, 11863 West Jefferson Blvd., Apt. 1,  Culver City, CA 90230, no. 4 (Dec. 1970).

Seldon's Plan.  Wayne Third Foundation, Detroit, MI. Cy Chauvin   and Bill Waldroop, eds. no. 38 (Mar.  1976), no. 40 (Sept. 1976), no. 41 (Sept. 1977),  no. 48 (Oct. 1982), no. 49 (May 1983), no. 51 (1992).

Self-Preservation.  Lee Hoffman, 54 East 7th Street,  New York, NY, nos. 1-8 (Spring 1961-May 1965).

Semi-Prose.  Unique Graphics, 1025 55th Street, Oakland,  CA 94608, vol. 2, no. 1 (Spring 1984).

Sena.  Donald L. Miller, 12315 Judson Road, Glenmont,  Wheaton, MD 20906, no. 2 (Sept. 1965).

Sercon's Bane.  F.M. Busby, 2852 14th Avenue, West,  Seattle, WA, nos. 1, 2, 5, 6, 9-11 (Feb. 1960, May 1960,  Feb. 1961, May 1961, Feb. 1962-Aug. 1962).  (Subtitles for Fapulous nos. 5, 8, 14, 16, 22, 24).

Serenade.  Richard Bergeron, 11 East 68th Street, New York,  NY, nos. 2, 3, 6 (May 1962, Aug. 1962, Feb. 1968).

Serendipity.  Joseph Dickerson, Pinson, AL.  No. 8 on cover, inside: v. 1, no. [8?] (February 1983).

Setebos.  John Lanctot, 113 West 70th Street, New York, NY,  (undated).

SF Bulletin.  MIT Science Fiction Society, Room W20-443,  77 Masschusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA, vol. 1, nos. 2, 3  (Jan. 1967, Jul. 1967).

SF Commentary.  Bruce Gillespie, P.O. Box 5195 AA, Melbourne,  Australia.
        Folder #1: nos. 2-4 (Mar. 1969-Jul. 1969), no. 10 (Mar./Apr.  1970), no. 14 (Aug. 1970), no. 18 (Dec. 1970), nos. 20-23  (Apr. 1971-Sept. 1971).
        Folder #2: nos. 24-30 (Nov. 1971-Oct. 1972).
        Folder #3: no. 31 (Dec. 1972), nos. 33-37 (Mar. 1973-Jul/Aug/  Sept. 1973), no. 39 (Nov. 1973), no. 51 (Mar. 1977).  Note: No. 32 See: Journal of Omphalistic Epistemology.

The S.F. Critic.  Andrew Porter, New York,  NY 10036,   No. 4 (June 12, 1967), no. 7 (1968).

SF Opinion.  Dean R. Koontz, 528 Walnut Street, Apt. 5,  Lenoyne, PA 17043, no. 7 (undated).

SFFF.  Mike McInerney.  Daly City, CA  No. 3 (Winter 2001)

S.F.S.A. (Science Fiction South Africa). See above for their   publication Probe.

SFSFS Shuttle.  Ft. Lauderdale, FL, The South Florida Science   Fiction Society (their official newszine). Nos. 38 and 39 (both dated June 1988), 129, 130, 132-144 (April/May 2001);   And the SFSFS 2000 Calendar.

S-F Times.  Science-Fiction Times, Inc., P.O. Box  115, Solvay Branch, Syracuse 9, N.Y., no. 317 (Jun. 1959).

S-F Times Daily.  Frank Prieto, Jr., Box 216,  Syracuse, NY 13209, vol. 2a, nos. 1-3 (Aug. 1962-Sept.  1962).

SFWA Atrium.  “Private magazine of the Affiliate Members of   the SFWA”.  Issue no. 2, postmarked March 4, 1983,   Spring Valley, CA (Greg Bear & Astrid Anderson). Shelved with   SFWA Forum on periodical shelves.

SF Weekly.  Andrew Porter, 24 East 82nd Street, New York,  NY 10028, nos. 186-187, 189-196, 198-229 (June 12,  1967 – May 1968).

The SF-Writer's Bulletin.  The British Science Fiction  Association (B.S.F.A.), c/o 14 Botolph Lane, Cambridge,  no. 1 (1967).

Shadow of a Fan.  JoeD Siclari, 4599 NW 5 Ave., Boca Raton,  FL 33431, no. 1 (Feb. 1981).

Shadowland.  Sam Martinez, Tulsa, OK,  nos. 2, 3 (Aug. 1951, Mar. 1952).

Shagrat.  George R. Heap, Rochester, NY  no. 11 (Jan. 8, 1971).

Shalmirane.  Tom Gilbert,  Pasadena, CA   no. 1 (Dec. 1964).

Shangri-l'affaires.  [Los Angeles Science Fantasy Assoc.?]  Redd Boggs, Los Angeles, CA. [Zine known as “Shaggy”].  nos. 61-69 (Jun. 1962-May/Jun. 1964),  Ted A. Johnstone, Los Angeles, CA  no. 70 (Jan. 1965).
  
Shaw Retort.  Bob Palvat, Hyattsville, MD,  (Nov. 1959).


Shayol.  Pat Cadigon, 4324 Belleview, Apt. 3, Kansas City,  MO 64111, vol. 1, no. 3 (Summer 1979).

Shazam.  Don Wegars, 2444 Valley Street, Berkeley, CA,  no. 2 (undated).

Shipside.  John Trimble, 5201 East Carson Street, Long  Beach, CA, nos. 1-4 (Nov. 1959-Jun. 1960).

Sibelius.  W.D. Bogert, 216 South Rexford Drive, Apt. 202,  Beverly Hills, CA, no. 5 (Aug. 1967).

Si-Fan.  Sci-Fan Publishers, Jerry Page, 193 Battery Place,  Atlanta 7, GA, vol. 1, nos. 2-4 (Oct. 1960-Jun. 1961).

Sigbo.  See “Obgis”

Sigh of the Blameless.  Richard Lupoff.  (undated).  [Parody of Cry of the Nameless?]

Silme.  John Trimble, Mathom House Press, 222 East Gramercy  Pl., Los Angeles, CA, nos. 1, 2 (Dec. 1961, Aug. 1962),  Missing: no. 2.

Silver Dusk.  William L. Bowers, 124 Sixth Street, N.W.,  Apt. 2, Barberton, OH, vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 1962).

The Silver Eel.  Robert P. Barger, P.O. Box 8, Evensville,  TN 37332, (1978).

Sinisterra.  Nameless Ones, Sinisterra, 3200 Harvard North,  Seattle, WA, vol. 1, no. 3 (Autumn 1950), vol. 2, no. 3  (Winter 1954).

Sinkrec.  Louis Russell Cahuvenet, 11 Sussex Road, Silver  Spring, MD, nos. 1, 2 (1961, 1962).

Skiffle.  Steve Stiles, 141-55 85th Road, Apt. 4D, Jamaica,  N.Y. 11435, no. 4 (1974).

Skink.  Fred Learner, The Monastery, 926 Furrald Hall,  Columbia College, New York, NY 10027, no. 1 (Dec. 7, 1964).

Skoan.  Calvin Demmon, 947 University Avenue, Berkeley 10, CA,  nos. 12-14 (Summer 1961-Summer 1962).

Skyhook.  Redd Boggs, 2215 Benjamin Street, Minneapolis,  MN, nos. 23, 25 (Winter 1954-1955/Autumn 1957).

Skylee Sun.  "Skylee", Route 4, Potsdam, N.Y. 13676, no. 1  (Aug. 1971).

Skyrack Newsletter.  Ron Bennett, 43 William Dunbar House,  Albert Road, London, N.W. 6, England, no. 57 (Aug. 1963).

Slant.  Walter A. Willis, 170 Upper Newtownards Road,  Belfast, Northern Ireland, no. 5 (Spring 1951).

SLI.  Publication of the Stf League of Indiana, Lee Anne Tremper, ed., Indianapolis, Indiana.  Vol. 1, no. 1 - vol. 1, no. 3 (September - November 1954)

Small Publication.  Paul Williams, Box 176, Glen Ellen, CA  95442, no. 1 (Mar. 2, 1977), no. 2 (Mar. 29, 1977), no. 3  (Jun. 16, 1977).

Smart-Ash.  Jackson, MS, Chimneyville Fantasy and Science Fiction Society.  No. 40 (March 1988)

Smoke.  George Locke, 86 Chelsea Gardens, London, S.W.,  England, vol. 2, no. 1 (Autumn 1963).

Sociable Grosbeak.  Fred Learner, 926 Furnald Hall, Columbia College, New York, NY 10027, nos. 1, 1.5, 2.5 (Oct. 1964,  Nov. 1964, Jan. 1965).

Sol.  Thomas Schluck, 3 Hannover Street, Georgswall, Germany,  nos. 42, 43 (Sept. 1965, Autumn 1967).

Solanum Sodomaeum L.  Richard J. Faulder. Yanco, N.S.W. Australia.  No. number (for the 28th disty of Applesauce, 1980).  See also: Applesauce 30 for contributed copy.

Some Materials Toward a Fanzine Index.  Alan J. Lewis,  430 East 70th Street, Apt. 18, New York, NY 10021,  no. 1 (undated). FOLDER NOT IN BOX.

Something Else...  (Miss) Shayne McCormack, 49 Orchard Road,  Bass Hill, N.S.W. 2197, Australia, no. 1 (Oct. 1972).

Something Else Again.  Gene and Chuck Turnbull, 801 Grosse Point Court, Grosse Point, MI, no. 1 (1968).

Somewhatly.  Joe Sanders, R.R. 1, Roachdale, IN 47406,  no. 4 (undated).

Son of Neo Fan.  Owen M. Hannifen, 3056½ Leeward Avenue,  Los Angeles, CA 90005, (undated).

Son of the Tattooed Dragon.  Rose and Hawk Press, William  Rotsler, 2301 Beverly Glenn Place, Los Angeles, CA, (1960).

Son of Tightbeam.  Gary Labowitz, 362 Prince Frederick Street,  King of Prussia, PA, (Jan. 1968).

Sons of Bacchus.  Donald D. Markstein, 2232 Wirth Pl., New Orleans, LA 70122, no. 1 (May 1969).

Sound of Drums.  Joan Cleveland, 208 South 2nd Street,  Vineland, NJ, no. 2 (1958).

Sound on the Rebound.  Ray Shaffer, no. 20 (Nov. 1957).

South Florida Science Fiction Society.  See above their newszine:  SFSFS Shuttle.

South on Peachtree.
  Worldcon Atlanta, Inc., P.O. Box 10094,  Atlanta, GA 30319, no. 2 (Aug. 1983).

Southern Star. Rebecca Hoffman.  Greer, S.C. Nos. 1 [undated], no.   3 (May 1977), and no. 5 (October 1979).

Southwest Trip of Sir Galavant, 1972-1973.  Martin and  Willametta Keffer, Shady Acre, Route 5, Box 606,  Roanoke, VA 24014, (1973).

Space Cadet.  (formerly Space Cadet Gazette).  R. Graeme Cameron,     Vancouver, B.C., Canada.  Nos. 7-10 (Feb. 1997 – Oct. 1998)

Space Cadet Gazette.  See: Space Cadet.

Space Cage.
  Lee Anne Tremper.  Indianapolis, IN.  No 5 (June 1950). 

Space Futures Newsletter.  Space Futures Society, 1627 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103, no. 2 (May 1979).

Space Grits.  Charlotte Fiction Writers Guild, Inc., 5006 Farm   Pond Lane, Charlotte, NC 28212, vol. 1, no. 2 (Summer/Fall 1983), vol. 1, no. 4 (Spring 1985).

Space Ship.  Bob Silverberg, 760 Montgomery Street, Brooklyn 13,  New York, no. 28 (May 1955).

Space Trails.  Pegasus Publications, 123 Edna Place, Buffalo 8,  New York, vol. 1, no. 1 (Summer 1947).

Space Write Now!  John and Bjo Trimble, (1981).

Spainfan.  Science Fiction Works, Barcelona, NY,  no. 1 (May 1966).

Spang Blah, The.  PCS General Delivery, Fort Riley, KS 66442,  vol. 4, no. 2 (June 1976).

Spanish Inquisition.  Jerry Kaufman, Suzanne Tompkins,  622 West 114th Street, #52 A, New York, NY 10025,  no. 3 (undated), no. 4 (undated).

Spectator.  Nan Gerding, Fenden Publications, no. 44  (Jul. 1958).

Spectrum Stories.  Wonder Press, Box 58367, Louisville, KY  40258-0367, (1985).

Speculation.  Peter R. Weston, 81 Trescott Road, Northfield,  Birmington, United Kingdom, vol. 2, nos. 7, 8 (Sept. 1968,  Jan. 1969), vol. 2, nos. 10-12 (Apr., Jul., Sept. 1969),   vol. 3, nos. 1-6 (Jan., May, Sept. 1970; Jan., Oct. 1971;  [June]/Spring 1972).

Speculative Review.  Dick Eney, 417 Ft. Hunt Road, Alexandria,  VA, vol. 2, nos. 1-3 (undated), vol. 3, nos. 2, 3 (May, Jun.  1961).

Speleobem.  Bruce Pelz, 738 South Mariposa Street,  Los Angeles, CA, nos. 16, 17 (Jul., Oct. 1962).

Speramus Meliora.  Bill Morse, Ottawa, Canada,  vol. 1, no. 3 (Jul. 1967).

Sphere.  L.T. Thorndyke, P.O. Box 196, Cantonment, FL.  Vol. 1, no. 2 (Nov. 1956)  Vol. 2, nos. 2-6 (Mar.-Dec. 1957)
  Vol. 3, nos. 1, 2 (Jan/Feb., Mar/Apr. 1958)

Spina.  Creath Thorne, Route 4, Savannah, MO,  nos. 1-5 (n,.d.-Mar. 1965).

Spinnaker Reach.  Russell Chauvenet, 11 Sussex Road,  Silver Spring, MD, vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 1961),  vol. 2, no. 2 (Feb. 1962)

Spirochete.  Redd Boggs. Berkeley, CA.  No. 50 (November 1989). “For the 200th mailing of the Fantasy  Amateur Press association.”

Sputnik.  Phyllis H. Economou, Dean A. Grennell, Parturiunt  Montes, Nascetur, vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 1957).

SPWAO Newsletter.  John Postovit, Sec/Treas., 3001 N. 2 St.,  Fargo, ND 58102, vol. 6, no. 5 (Sept/Oct. 1984; Audrey  Parente, Sec/Treas., 411 Main Trail, Ormond Beach, FL 32074,  Special Issue (Mar/April 1985).

SPWAO Showcase.  Wm. Breiding, 222 Brighton Ave., San Francisco,  CA 94112, no. 4 (1984).

Squiggledy Hoy.  Bridget Hardcastle.  U.K.  Nos. 1-4 (Aug. 1997 – April 2000)

Star Trek / Science Fiction Communication.  Karen Funk,  4967, Fayetteville Road, Manlius, NY 13104,  no. 8 (Sept. 1975).

Starling.  Hank and Lesleigh Lutrell, 1108 Locust Street,  Columbia, MO.
        Folder #1: nos. 11-14 (Dec. 1967-May 1970)
        Folder #2: nos. 15-17 (Jul. 1970-Jan. 1971)
        GIFTS: PANSHIN. 
        Folder #3: nos. 14-18 (May 1970-Apr. 1971)
        Folder #4: nos. 19-21 (Jul. 1971-Jan. 1972)
        Folder #5: nos. 22-26 (May 1972-Oct. 1973)
        Folder #6: nos. 27-31 (Jan. 1974-Jun. 1975)
        Folder #7: nos. 32-36 (Nov. 1975-May 1977)

Starspinkle.  Ron Ellik, 1825 Greenfield Avenue, Los Angeles,  CA 90025, nos. 27-31, 33-50, (Dec. 1963-Feb. 1964, Mar.  1964-Nov. 1964, Sept. 8, 1964, Sept. 17, 1964, Oct. 15, 1964,  Dec. 17, 1964). 4 unnumbered copies.

Starworlds.  Verne F. O'Brien, Helios Press, c/o 1320 Arthur  Avenue, Los Veges, NV 89101, no. 1 (Nov. 1971).

Statement.  Ottawa, Ont., Canada, Ottawa Science Fiction Society.  No. 199 (Nov. 1989).

Statement of Posture.  Al Lewis, (Dec. 1964).

Stellar.  Ted E. White, 1014 North Tuckahoe Street, Falls  Church, VA, nos. 5, 8, 12, 13, 21 (undated), missing: no. 5.

Stet.  Leah Zeldes Smith and Dick Smith, Wheeling, IL & Prospect Heights.  no. 3 (Nov. 1991), no. 9 (The Old Fan’s Almanac…2000; 1999).  In the Carlos Roy Lavender Papers another copy of no. 9.

Stf League of Indiana.  See their title: SLI.

Sticky Quarters.
  Brian Earl Brown, 20101 W. Chicago, #201,  Detroit, MI 48228, no. 11 (Feb. 1985), no. 13 (Nov. 1985).

Stop.  Mathom House Publication, 222 South Gramercy Place,  Los Angeles, CA, (undated).

Stormy Petrel.  Terry Carr, 3320A 21st Street, San Francisco,  CA, (May 1959).

Stranger in the Night.  Beth Finkbiner, P.O. Box 8521, Moscow,  Idaho 83843, no. 1 (Winter 1985).

Stroon.  Anthony Lewis, 124 Longwood Avenue, Brooklyn, NY,  nos. 6-9 (Apr. 1967-Nov. 1967).

Stupefying Stories.  Richard H. Eney, CORDS/DMAC/LRD, APO,  San Francisco, CA 96215.  Vol. 4, nos. 7, 8, 10-14 (undated)  Vol. 5, no. 1 (undated)  Vol. 8, no. 1 (undated)  Vol. 9, no. 10 (undated)  Vol. 10, nos. 1, 2 (undated)
  Vol. 11, nos. 2, 4 (undated)  Vol. 12, no. 1 (undated)  Vol. 17, no. 2 (undated)

Sumer Morn.  Tom Geddie, 2406-S Hollandale Circle, Arlington,  TX 76010, nos. 1, 2 (Spring 1979, Summer 1979).

Sundance.  Jean Young, 10 Summer Road, Cambridge, MA,  nos. 1, 4, 5 (undated, Nov. 1957, Feb. 1959).

Supergranny.  See Applesauce 30 for contributed copy.

Swan Song.  Chuck Harris, Carolin Lake Avenue, Rainham,  Essex, England, no. 1 (undated).

Swefanac.  Carl Brandon, Sallskapsvagen, Stockhom, Sweden,  nos. 3, 4 (Jun., Sept. 1964).

The Sydney Futurian.  Graham Stone, 160 Beach St., Coogee,  Sydney, NSW, Australia, no. 8 (undated).

Syracon Sentinel.  James Ashe, Anne Ash, Jack Smith,  (Mar. 1965), nos. 2, 4 (Sept. 3, 1966, Sept. 5, 1966).

Contents:
Part 1: Collection Overview
Part 2: Number titles, A-C
Part 3: D-G
Part 4: H-O
Part 5: P-S
Part 6: T-Z, unidentified