Vol. 10 No. 7

December 2011

The Last...

...2011

--e*I*60- (Vol.10 No.7) Index, December 2011, is published and copyright 2011 by Earl Kemp. All rights reserved.
           It is produced and distributed bi-monthly through http://efanzines.com by Bill Burns in an e-edition only.


“Lemba” by Harry Bell

Contents – eI60 – December 2011

Cover: “Lemba,” by Harry Bell

It’s Over, by Earl Kemp

Index eI (the complete run), by Earl Kemp

Back cover: “Unfortunate,” by Ditmar [Martin James Ditmar Jenssen]


There is no reason why good cannot triumph as often as evil. The triumph of anything is a matter of organization. If there are such things as angels, I hope that they are organized along the lines of the Mafia.
                    —Kurt Vonnegut, Sirens of Tital


THIS ISSUE OF eI is for the one and only, my steadfast ezine partner, BILL BURNS. No way, no how, not possible to ever thank him enough for all the things he’s done to make me look better than I ever was. Endless gratitude.

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As always, everything in this issue of eI beneath my byline is part of my in-progress rough-draft memoirs. As such, I would appreciate any corrections, revisions, extensions, anecdotes, photographs, jpegs, or what have you sent to me at [email protected] and thank you in advance for all your help.

Bill Burns is jefe around here. If it wasn’t for him, nothing would get done. He inspires activity. He deserves some really great rewards. It is a privilege and a pleasure to have him working with me to make eI whatever it is.

Other than Bill Burns, Dave Locke, and Robert Lichtman, these are the people who made this issue of eI possible: Harry Bell.  

ARTWORK: This issue of eI features original artwork by Harry Bell, Ditmar, and Abstracts by William Rotsler.


Participation in an art, although unrewarded by wealth and fame, is a way to make one’s soul grow.
                    —Kurt Vonnegut


It’s Over

by Earl Kemp

A decade ago I would not have considered saying that.

Now I do.

It’s over!

Ten years of more or less regular scheduled issues of eI have now hit the dust. As I never could have considered publishing any zine, much less an ezine, for that long, I’m at a loss when even trying to explain myself and the things I feel compelled to do to myself. Explain that is, not do!

But there it is, done! Past tense. Already happened. Finished. Kaput.

For that decade I find it incomprehensible that I have had as much help as I have. That all those wonderful science fiction (and sleaze, and outright pornography for that matter) people have given me—and therefore you—of their time, talent, knowledge, and compassion. How they have donated not only those things but the loot they would have earned working for paying markets.

Cheap! Beggar! User!

Me!

And then there’s Bill Burns, to whom this issue of eI is dedicated in more ways than one and for many more reasons than the apparent ones. Throughout the years, not only with this ezine that is half his regardless of how much he tries to deny it, Bill has been standing ready to help me in numerous other directions. He has never once let me down or stranded me without an iota of talent left to force me to surface yet again one more time….

And then there’s Bill’s efanzines.com…the single most informative and valuable SF-related website. Long may it wave!

“Beyond Lemba”
by Harry Bell

But I grow older, maybe even wiser, as time passes, and the list of things I really want to accomplish just grows longer and nothing, absolutely nothing on that long, ignored list ever even gets worked on, much less finished and produced in some fashion for my eagerly awaiting audience. You know who they are because their thoughts appear in the letter column of each issue of eI. If you have any doubts, just look at the LoCs in eI59 to find the answer to all your concerns.

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The visitor counter was placed on eI a bit late in its lifetime so the earlier visitors were never counted. Yet during the last eight years more than HALF A MILLION visitors have clicked into eI. That, all by itself, is a remarkable accomplishment that never for even the briefest of moments passed through my thoughts. I am honored beyond my own comprehension.

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And then there’s Robert Lichtman. From the very beginning Robert has stood just behind me, pushing me forward. He has made cover scans of anything I can think of wanting available for eI from his vast collection of fanzines and other SF-related material. He has devoted much time and energy in these directions, making eI stand out with glorious full-color visuals.

And then there’s Dave Locke. His quote files have served excellently to separate and divide and define the individual pieces—including Dave’s own occasional rants—as they appeared in eI. That he and I share a similar reverence for The Great And Wonderful Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. does not go unnoticed throughout the pages of eI.

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What more can I say? Thank you who make/made eI as special as it is/was, has been, and will continue to be as long as digital data remains reachable.

I have enough ego to go around. I know without a single doubt that eI is/was a one-of-a-kind personal zine. I know without a single doubt that eI will—forever—be impossible to duplicate. I know without a single doubt that all the honors given to eI have been well deserved and that the ones not given to eI will forever shame the honors givers.

Such has it always been.

Leaving me with only one word for you:

L O V E !

Life happens too fast for you ever to think about it. If you could just persuade people of this, but they insist on amassing information.
                    —Kurt Vonnegut


eI Index (the complete run)

Compiled by Earl Kemp
with Abstracts by William Rotsler

7493

Anderson, Karen (with Poul Anderson):
            No Holds Barred, eI32, June 2007

Anderson, Poul:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Anderson, Poul (with Anderson, Karen):
            No Holds Barred, eI32, June 2007

Andrews, Dan:
            Sheikh Yerbouti, eI20, June 2005

Anonymous #1 [Robert A. Heinlein]:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Anonymous #2 [Philip José Farmer]:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Artzybasheff, Boris:
            “Origin of the Flying Saucers” eI7, April 2003

Asimov, Isaac:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

7494

Bailey, J.O., Prof.:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Ballard, Wrai:
            Outsiders #128, eI42, February 2009

Banis, Victor J.:
            Adolf's First Goose, eI25, April 2006
            Afterthought to Love in Loon, An, eI15, August 2004
            All Of Us Virgins, eI8, June 2003
            Angel Land, eI42, February 2009
            Birthday Boy, The, eI41, December 2008
            Frankenpussy, eI32, June 2007
            Godfather Virgin, eI7, April 2003
            Home for Christmas, eI53, December 2010
            In Passing, eI26, June 2006
            Lady in Waiting, eI13, April 2004
            Love Sucks, eI48, February 2010
            Matinee, eI14, June 2004
            Midnight Special, eI58, October 2011
            ...My true love gave to me...., eI17, December 2004
            Neighbors, eI30, February 2007
            O, Pioneers, eI46, October 2009
            Oh, Gloria, eI39, August 2008
            Paperback Virgin, eI6, January 2003
            To Bea or Not To Bea, eI17, December 2004
            Virgin Anew, A, eI22, October 2005
            Virgins No More, eI9, August 2003
            Welcome to Antoinette's, eI35, December 2007
            Whatever Lola Wants, eI38, June 2008

Bannon, Ann:
            Review: The Golden Age of Gay Fiction, eI46, October 2009

Barrett, C.L., M.D.:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Bartlett, Landell:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Baxter, John:
            Carnal Knowledge, eI45, August 2009
            Spooky, eI59, December 2011

Bell, Harry:
            ARTWORK: “Trash Aesthetic,” eI10, October 2003
            “In the Turbine Hall,” cover illustration, eI49, April 2010
            “Sometimes Flying, Sometimes Falling,” cover illustration, eI43, April 2009

Benford, Gregory:
            Complete Toomey Experience, The eI33, August 2007
            Fond Memories, eI54, February 2011
            Reflections on an Old Interview, eI36, February 2008
            Sid the Critic, Sid the Scientist, eI36, February 2008

Berry, D. Bruce:
            Harl 'n Neverland, eI11, December 2003

Berry, Mark:
            Interview: Algis Budrys, eI34, October 2007

Bester, Alfred:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Blish, James:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Bloch, Robert:
            Art of William Rotsler, The, eI18, February 2005
            Hitting the Fan, eI33, August 2007
            San Francisco Confidential, eI32, June 2007
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Block, Lawrence:
            Afterthought (to $20 Worth of Cinderella), An, eI14, June 2004
            Lie Back And Enjoy It, eI14, June 2004
            Part of the Job, eI59, December 2011
            Triumph of Avarice, The, eI53, December 2010

Bok, Hannes:
            “Feliz Navidad 2001” Bok Tribute, December 2001
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Boucher, Anthony [William Anthony Parker White]:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Bradbury, Ray:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Bradbury, Walter I.:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Bradley, Marion Zimmer:
            Psychic Block, eI34, October 2007
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Briney, Robert E.:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

brown, richard w. (Dr. Gafia):
            Dear Ted, eI26, June 2006
            Pay No Attention to the Man Behind the Curtain, eI18, February 2005
            Shelby Vick, eI18, February 2005
            Two of a Kind, eI24, February 2006

Budrys, A.J.:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Burns, Bill:
            Reflections, Editorial, eI19, April 2005

Busby, Elinor:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Busby, F.M.:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

7495

Calkins, Gregg:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Campbell, John W., Jr.:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Canfield, Grant:
            “Albert & Sid,” front cover illustration, eI36, February 2008

Carnell, E.J.:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Carr, Terry:
            Something About Sidney, eI36, February 2008

Cartlidge, Philip K. (pseudonym of Graham Charnock):
            Interview With Leni Riefenstahl, An, eI25, April 2006

Caughran, Jim:
            “Other Voices,” eI10, October 2003

Chamberlain, Ross:
            “Away Team,” Front cover illustration, eI50, June 2010

Charnock, Graham (see also pseudonyms Philip K. Cartiledge, Mike Hammer, and Wank Schoerner):
            Charles Platt Made Me Cum, eI27, August 2006

Charnock, Graham:
            Can You Turn It Down Please?, eI34, October 2007
            Charles Platt Made Me Cum, eI27, August 2006
            Corflu Quire Confidential, eI32, June 2007
            My Gay Life, eI23, December 2005
            The Graham Charnock Cookbook, eI59, December 2011

Charnock, Pat:
            On the Trail of the Lonesome Pine, eI38, June 2008

Clifton, Mark:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Coad, Richard:
            My Walk to Work, eI18, February 2005

Coffeen, J.A.:
            The Buck Rogers Comic Strip, eI23, December 2005

Cogswell, Theodore R.:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Coleman, Sidney:
            Afterthoughts, The, eI10, October 2003
            F&SF Book Reviews, eI36, February 2008
            Gilding Golding, eI10, October 2003
            PITFCS, eI10, October 2003
            Story To Be Illustrated Maybe, A, eI10, October 2003
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI10, October 2003
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Collier, Peter:
            Pirates of Pornography, eI22, October 2005

Conway, Melissa and Rob Latham::
            J. Lloyd Eaton Collection, The, eI40, October 2008

Cooper, Peter V.:
            Earl Is One Cool Head, eI8, June 2003
            Greenleaf Classics, Inc. Manual of Style, eI12, February 2004

Coulson, Juanita:
            Picnic Time in Wabash, Indiana, eI32, June 2007

Coulson, Robert:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Curtiss, Richard:
            “I Remember Bill....” eI7, April 2003

7497

Daley, Brittany A.::
            Finding Chet Collom, eI18, February 2005
            Finding Doug Weaver, eI19, April 2005
            Meaning of Sleaze, The, eI21, August 2005

Darlington, Andrew:
            Tentative Tangling of Tentacles, A, eI10, October 2003

Davenport, Basil:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Davidson, Avram:
            Bombachos, Bigotes, and Bustos, eI15, August 2004
            Poem for Ted Cogswell, A, eI15, August 2004
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

DeCamp, L. Sprague:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

de la Ree, Gerry:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

DeVore, Howard:
            Good Harlan, eI11, December 2003
            In a galaxy far, far away, eI10, October 2003
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Deckinger, Mike:
            Club House, The, eI31, April 2007
            How I (Almost) Became Ivar Jorgensen, eI16, October 2004
            Tales of ESFA, eI23, December 2005

Douglas, L. Truman:
            Finding Bill Edwards, eI18, February 2005

7498

Eckenrode, M Andre Z:
            Confessions of a Vonnegut Junkie, eI10, October 2003

Economou, P.H. “Phyllis":
            Man Who Stayed for Dinner, The, eI13, April 20

Edmondson, G.C.:
            Amazing Stories, May 1964 [artwork], eI31, April 2007
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Elkin, Robert T. (see Tobe Rinkler, pseudonym):
            France Book Checklist, eI23, December 2005

Emshwiller, Edward:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Eshbach, Lloyd A.:
            Fantasy Press Story, The, eI27, August 2006

7499

Farey, Nic:
            Clerihews Forever, eI41, December 2008

Farmer, Philip Josť (as Anonymous #2):
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Foster, Brad:
            Interior illustrations and:
            “Three Hearts,” Front Cover, eI48, February 2010
            “Argent,” Front Cover, eI51, August 2010
            “Purple Haze,” Front Cover, eI55, April 2011
            “Clarke,” Front Cover, eI56, June 2011

Foyster, John:
            Science Fiction Versus Life, eI14, June 2004

Freudenthal, Charles:
            About Buck Rogers, eI23, December 2005
            Revision of Things Past, eI6, January 2003
            Revision of Things Past 2, eI7, April 2003
            Walking Down Dave Von Ronk Street, eI21, August 2005

7500

Gafia, Dr. (see brown, rich)

Garcia, Chris:
            Fanzine Lounge, The, eI40, October 2008
            One of These Days, You're Gonna Rise up Singing, eI58, October 2011

Garcia, Chris and Earl Kemp:
            Help Yourself to Eaton!, eI40, October 2008

Garcia, John Paul:
            Dying for Fanac, eI26, June 2006

Geis, Richard E.:
            Use Free Speech Or Lose It, eI25, April 2006
            Write It Down And Dirty, eI6, January 2003

Georgi, Howard:
            Other Voices, eI10, October 2003

Gernsback, Hugo:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Gerrold, David:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Gertz, Stephen J.:
            Apotheosis, The, eI8, June 2003
            Earthlings, Beware!, eI4, October 2002
            Elmer Gantry In Darkest Bushworld, eI25, April 2006
            Everybody Loves Milton, eI17, December 2004
            Living With Burroughs, eI21, August 2005
            Sex, Drugs, Rock N' Roll, eI42, February 2009

Gertzman, Jay A.:
            Michael Perkins's Evil Companions, eI46, October 2009
            Milton Luros' Times Square Wise Guy, eI17, December 2004
            Whole Boatload of Sensitive Bullshit, A, eI37, April 2008
            1950s Sleaze and the Larger Literary Scene, eI15, August 2004
            Porn Noir, 1968-1974, eI48, February 2010
            Sleaziest Pig in the World, eI39, August 2008
            Some Varieties of Authenticity in “Throwaway” Paperbacks, eI59, December 2011

Gillespie, Bruce R.:
            Cordwainer Smith: Five Introductions, eI18, February 2005
            Discovering Olaf Stapledon, eI16, October 2004
            Ditmar, Dick Jenssen, the Good Doctor, eI17, December 2004
            J.G. Ballard and the New Wave, eI13, April 2004
            Maniacs with guitars and pianos, eI20, June 2005
            Nostrilia Press: The Fannish Way to Publish, eI19, April 2005
            Our favourite Race Mathews story, eI17, December 2004
            Rounding up the Shaggy Dogs, eI15, August 2004
            Valediction Forbidding Melancholy, A, eI16, October 2004
            Wake Up, You Lot!, eI14, June 2004

Girodias, Maurice:
            Our Lady of the Flowers (with Barney Rosset), eI22, October 2005

Glassner, Bruce:
            This Ain't No Drug Store..., eI11, December 2003

Gold, Horace L.:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Gorman, Ed:
            Lawrence with a W and Block with a K, eI28, October 2006
            Ted White Still Scares Me, eI32, June 2007

Gottlieb, Sherry M.:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Graham, Roger Phillips (see also pseudonym Rog Phillips):
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Greenberg, Martin:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Grennell, Dean A.:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Gunn, Drewey Wayne:
            History of a Collection, The, eI46, October 2009

Gunn, James E.:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

7501

Haberstroh, Jack:
            Who Silenced the Bell Ringers? eI9, August 2003

Haffner, Stephen:
            Jack Williamson: A Grand Master's Centennial, eI37, April 2008

Hall, John Nielsen:
            Ring Ring Goes the Bell, eI27, August 2006

Hamling, William L.:
            Other Voices, eI11, December 2003

Hammer, Mike (pseudonym of Graham Charnock):
            Loathing and Fear in Las Vegas, eI38, June 2008

Hansen, Rob::
            Behind the Scenes of the 1963 TAFF Race, eI59, December 2011

Haynes, Jim:
            Me and Maurice, eI22, October 2005
            Thanks for Coming, eI15, August 2004

Head, Gilbert:
            Good Guys, Bad Guys, and the Weight of the World, eI37, April 2008

Hefner, Hugh M.:
            Other Voices, eI11, December 2003

Heinlein, Robert A. (as Anonymous #1):
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Hemmingson, Michael:
            Soft-core's Halcyon Days, eI53, December 2010
            Two Pieces of Silverberg, eI50, June 2010

Hickman, Lynn A.:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Hlavaty, Arthur D.:
            Liberia, Guest Editorial, eI9, August 2003
            Monomanual Memories, eI12, February 2004

Holmberg, John Henri:
            God, How Silly!, eI59, December 2011
            Titan of Sirens, The, eI10, October 2003

Hornwood, Harvey:
            Golden Age of the Dirty Book, The, eI26, June 2006
            Maurice and Me, eI27, August 2006

7502

Jacobs, Tony:
            Luros Skin Magazines, The, eI39, August 2008

Jenssen, “Dick” (Ditmar) [Martin James Ditmar Jenssen]:
            Buck and Wilma Adrift in Space [artwork], eI23, December 2005
            Ditmar Life, A, eI17, December 2004
            Ditmar Portfolio, eI17, December 2004
            “First Furball, The,” back cover illustration, eI47, December 2009
            “Halcyon Days,” back cover illustration, eI50, June 2010
            “Ho! Ho! Ho! Me Hearties,” back cover illustration, eI53, December 2010
            “Homage to Clark Ashton Smith,” back cover illustration, eI52, October 2010
            “Incredible” ecover, eI16, October 2004
            “Leinster's Plumie,” back cover illustration, eI46, October 2009
            “Lotus in Space,” back cover illustration, eI43, April 2009
            “Machine Wars,” back cover illustration, eI49, April 2010
            “Past Martian Invasion, The,” back cover illustration, eI42, February 200
            “Robot Worship,” back cover illustration, eI44, June 2009
            “RunBabyRun,” back cover illustration, eI40, October 2008
            “Sector General,” back cover illustration, eI37, April 2008
            “Ship That Sailed the Stars, The,” eI45, August 2009
            “Taking off or Landing,” back cover illustration, eI48, February 2010
            “Threading the Needle,” back cover illustration, eI51, August 2010
            “WaterGateV,” back cover illustration, eI38, June 2008
            “Weinbaum/Lotus Eaters,” back cover illustration, eI39, August 2008
            “Wide Apple World,” back cover illustration, eI59, December 2011
            “Wide Cassini Maintenance,” back cover illustration, eI41, December 2008
            “Wide Starry Mist,” back cover illustration, eI36, February 2008
            “Wide Wide Colossos on the Bridge,” back cover illustration, eI58, October 2011

7503

Kaiser, Dwain:
            Ultimate Straight Men, The, eI4, October 2002

Katz, Arnie:
            All Fandom in Peril, eI14, June 2004

Kearney, Patrick J.:
            Checklist of Brandon House Library Editions, A, eI17, December 2004
            Erotica In France During the Occupation, eI25, April 2006
            Maurice Girodias, Fandom, and Me, eI22, October 2005

Kemp, Earl:
            Acknowledgments (Me and Maurice), eI22, October 2005
            Acres of Nubile Flesh, eI15, August 2004
            Afterword 1960 Like Morning Call, eI29, December 2006
            Afterword 1980 The Singer's Going To Sing A Song, eI29, December 2006
            Aunt Jane and MaryJane, 69 and Me, eI3, July 2002
            Bad Timing, eI13, April 2004
            Bad Timing 2, eI18, February 2005
            Ballad of Killer Kemp, The, eI1, January 2002
            ...be forgot, and never...., Rotsler Tribute, January 2002
            Beating Off the Feds, eI8, June 2003
            Beating the Burro, eI18, February 2005
            Beauty and the Beast Otra Vez, eI4, October 2002
            Bela Tolls for You, The, eI12, February 2004
            Berlin 1929, eI1, January 2002
            Between the Covers, eI46, October 2009
            Bill, Clyde, Trevor, & Me, eI7, April 2003
            Bitch Queen of Blood, The, eI19, April 2005
            Blatantly Personal Position, A, eI8, June 2003
            Blood and Sand, eI2, April 2002
            Buck You Very Much, eI23, December 2005
            Casa Sexo; Noches de Amorissimo, La, eI3, July 2002
            Cherry Pink and Uncle Milty Time, eI17, December 2004
            Chopped Liver and Propeller Beanies, eI10, October 2003
            Chronological Bibliography, A, eI41, December 2008
            Come on let me see you shake your tail feathers...., eI13, April 2004
            Crema, La, eI3, July 2002
            Cuando Caliente el Sol de 2010, eI3, July 2002
            Curious Couplings 1, eI19, April 2005
            Curious Couplings 2, eI20, June 2005
            Curious Couplings 3, eI21, August 2005
            Curious Couplings 4, eI23, December 2005
            Curious Couplings 5, eI24, February 2006
            Curious Couplings 6, eI25, April 2006
            Curious Couplings 7, eI26, June 2006
            Curious Couplings 8, eI28, October 2006
            Dawning of the Age of Aquarius, The, eI12, February 2004
            Dealing with the Devil, eI9, August 2003
            Dear Mr. Porno: Send Me a Hoar C.O.D., eI8, June 2003
            Dear Sir:, eI10, October 2003
            Death in the Afternoon, eI2, April 2002
            Deep Throats and Long Dongs, eI44, June 2009
            Dina! You Got Me, Babe...., eI8, June 2003
            Dragon's Asshole, The, eI16, October 2004
            Duet, eI32, June 2007
            Earl Kemp by Robert Bonfils, eI16, October 2004
            Eat At The Blue Fox, eI3, July 2002
            eI Index (complete), eI60, December 2011
            eI Volume 1 Index 2002, eI5.1, December 2002
            eI Volume 2 Index 2003, eI11.1, December 2003
            eI Volume 3 Index 2004, eI17.1, December 2004
            eI Volume 4 Index 2005, eI23.1, December 2005
            eI Volume 5 Index 2006, eI29.1, December 2006
            eI Volume 6 Index 2007, eI35.1, December 2007
            eI Volume 7 Index 2008, eI41.1, December 2008
            eI Volume 8 Index 2009, eI47.1, December 2009
            eI Volume 9 Index 2010, eI53.1, December 2010
            eI Volume 10 Index 2011, eI59.1, December 2011
            Eighty Pounds of Paper, eI40, October 2008
            Electric Ostrich, The, eI9, August 2003
            Epilogue to Harl 'n Neverland, eI11, December 2003
            Fan For All Seasons, A, eI6, January 2003
            Fear and Loathing in Evanston, eI11, December 2003
            Feliz Navidad 2001, Bok Tribute, December 2001
            Five! Already...?, eI24, February 2006
            For Members Only, eI31, April 2007
            ...For Nothin' Left To Lose...., Editorial, eI2, April 2002
            Foreword 1980 Twenty Years and Tomorrow, eI29, December 2006
            Four Years Too Early...., eI29, December 2006
            Futting With the F.B.I. Futter, eI4, October 2002
            Going Over the Edge, eI10, October 2003
            Good-bye, Martha. eI2, April 2002
            Have Typewriter; Will Whore For Food, eI2, April 2002
            Here I Am, Don Earlito, Man of La Chinga, eI9, August 2003
            HE's A Jolly, Good Fellow, eI11, December 2003
            H.R.H. The Queen of Pornography, eI12, February 2004
            H.R.H. The Queen of Weird Tales, eI12, February 2004
            Ho! Ho! Ho!, eI17, December 2004
            Ho, Ho, Ho, and a Toke or Two, eI41, December 2008
            Hot Damn, Vietnam!, eI16, October 2004
            Hot for Harriet, eI39, August 2008
            “I Only Have I's For You” Rotsler Portfolio, eI4, October 2002
            If You Could See Her Through My Eyes..., eI15, August 2004
            Index Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006
            Index eI (the total run), eI60, December 2011
            Index eI Volume 1, eI5.1, December 2002
            Index eI Volume 2, eI11.1, December 2003
            Index eI Volume 3, eI17.1, December 2004
            Index eI Volume 4, eI23.1, December 2005
            Index eI Volume 5; eI29.1, December 2006
            Index eI Volume 6; eI35.1, December 2007
            Index eI Volume 7; eI41.1, December 2008
            Index eI Volume 8; eI47.1, December 200-
            Index eI Volume 9; eI53.1, December 2010
            Index eI Volume 10; eI59.1, December 2011
            Introduction to Interview: Algis Budrys, eI34, October 2007
            Introduction to No Holds Barred, eI32, June 2007
            It's Over, eI19, April 2005
            It's Over, eI60, December 2011
            Jardin de las Marias, Editorial, eI12, February 2004
            Last Call! Closing Time!, eI19, April 2005
            Leer of the Sensualist, The, eI9, August 2003
            Let's Yank Bruce's Chain, eI11, December 2003
            Letter to Martha Beck, A, eI13, April 2004
            Letters to Jim O'Meara.1, eI45, August 2009
            Letters to Jim O'Meara.2, eI46, October 2009
            Like an Introduction 1960, eI29, December 2006
            Little Piece of My Heart, A, eI24, February 2006
            Living the Legend, eI26, June 2006
            Living La Vida Mota, eI3, July 2002
            Love in Loon, eI15, August 2004
            Lupoff'sTerrors, eI27, August 2006
            Masque of The Tattooed Dragon, The, eI18, February 2005
            Maurice...the gangster of love..., eI22 , October 2005
            Me and Maurice (Introduction), eI22, October 2005
            Mickey Mouse and the Buenos Aires Connection, eI9, August 2003
            More Mack Reynolds, eI45, August 2009
            Naughty Nancy's Grasp of Unendurable Ecstasy, eI28, October 2006
            NO WAY DOING, eI6, January 2003
            Nobody Can Write This Shit Forever, eI13, April 2004
            Nuñez 32, eI43, April 2009
            Odd Man Out...., eI21, August 2005
            Old Leather Hide, eI17, December 2004
            One is the loneliest number...., Editorial, eI1, January 2002
            1955 Advent:uring Through the Years 2005, eI16, October 2004
            One World, Editorial, eI10, October 2003
            Out! Damned Spot!, eI11, December 2003
            Partying at the Economous, eI13, April 20
            Pedo Viejo Del Refugio, El, eI3, July 2002
            Pleased to meet you, too..., eI9, August 2003
            Preface 1980 Twenty Reconstructed/Fragmented Years, eI29, December 2006
            Prisoner of X, eI26, June 2006
            Prologue to Harl 'n Neverland, eI11, December 2003
            Punch-Line, Kid, The, eI10, October 2003
            REED ENTERPRISES, INC., eI33, August 2007
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column, eI9, August 2003
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 2, eI10, October 2003
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 3, eI11, December 2003
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 4, eI12, February 2004
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 5, eI13, April 2004
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 6, eI14, June 2004
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 7, eI15, August 2004
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 8, eI16, October 2004
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 9, eI17, December 2004
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 10, eI18, February 2005
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 11, eI19, April 2005
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 12, eI20, June 2005
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 13, eI21 , August 2005
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 14, eI22, December 2005
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 15, eI23, February 2006
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 16, eI25, April 2006
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 17, eI26, June 2006
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 18, eI27, August 2006
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 19, eI28, October 2006
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 20, eI30, February 2007
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 21, eI31, April 2007
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 22, eI32, June 2007
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 23, eI33, August 2007
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 24, eI34, October 2007
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 25, eI35, December 2007
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 26, eI36, February 2008
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 27, eI37, April 2008
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 28, eI38, June 2008
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 29, eI39, August 2008
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 30, eI40, October 2008
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 31, eI41, December 2008
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 32, eI42, February 2009
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 33, eI43, April 2009
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 34, eI44, June 2009
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 35, eI45, August 2009
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 36, eI46, October 2009
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 37, eI47, December 2009
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 38, eI48, February 2010
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 39, eI49, April 2010
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 40, eI50, June 2010
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 41, eI51, August 2010
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 42, eI52, October 2010
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 43, eI53, December 2010
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 44, eI54, February 2011
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 45, eI55, April 2011
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 46, eI56, June 2011
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 47, eI58, October 2011
            “...Return to sender, address unknown...” Letter Column 48, eI59, December 2011
            Revenge of the Slime Gods From Outer Space. eI7, April 2003
            Revisiting The Expatriates, eI43, April 200
            Rogue's Rogues, eI11, December 2003
            Sampling Sidney Coleman the Fan, eI10, October 2003
            Sampling Kurt Vonnegut the Fan, eI10, October 2003
            Santa Sandusky, eI11, December 2003
            Season of the Game, The, Editorial, eI4, October 2002
            Secret of the Incas, eI6, January 2003
            Shrink, I Wanna Kill...., eI16, October 2004
            Shuttering the Brick Hotel, eI30, February 2007
            Sidney Coleman (1937-2007), eI36, February 2008
            Sima in Paradise, eI3, July 2002
            Sliding Down Mount Shasta, eI33, August 2007
            Son of 'The Mother of All Wars', Editorial eI7, April 2003
            Springtime for BushCo and Halliburton, eI25, April 2006
            Star of the East, The, eI19, April 2005
            S*T*A*Rships That Pass in the Night, eI5, December 2002
            Stranger, and Afraid, A, eI9, August 2003
            Taps, eI8, June 2003
            That lucky old sun...just hangin' 'round heaven all day...., eI6, January 2003
            Things Peter Weston does to me, The, eI32, June 2007
            Three Days in Cellblock B With Lynda Carter, eI20, June 2005
            Tiptoe Through the Twilltone With Me, eI13, April 20
            Top o' the World, Ma...., eI14, June 2004
            $20 Worth of Cinderella, eI14, June 2004
            2003 FAAn Awards, Editorial eI8, June 2003
            2004 Corflu Blackjack, Editorial, eI13, April 2004
            Ubangi? Ubetcha!, eI9, August 2003
            Wankering Through Time and Space, eI16, October 2004
            Watching Pulp Fiction, eI58, October 2011
            We Are Four [editorial], eI18, February 2005
            we dont need no ed u cay shun..., eI9, August 2003
            Westlake Twenty-Eight, The, eI13, April 2004
            Wet Dreams in Paradiso, eI15, August 2004
            When Thanks Isn't Enough...., Editorial, eI5, December 2002
            Whitewash Jungle, The, eI24, February 2006
            Who Are You Really?, eI22, October
            Who Dat?, photo album, eI7, April 2003
            Who Dat? 2, photo album, eI8, June 2003
            Widdershins Man, The, eI12, February 2004
            William Lawrence Hamling Digital Reference Archives, The, eI11, December 2003
                       Archive Five: Model Arts
                       Archive Six-A: Rogue (Greenleaf)
                       Archive Six-B: Rogue (Douglas)
                       Archive Seven: Regency
            William Lawrence Hamling Digital Reference Archives, The, eI5, December 2002
            [Each archive contains a cover scan and complete index of every issue.]
                       Archive One: Stardust
                       Archive Two: Imagination
                       Archive Three: Imaginative Tales
                       Archive Four: Space Travel
            Work Production Notes For Charles Paschal, eI10, October 2003
            Year of the Phoenix, The, eI16, October 2004

Kemp, Earl (as Urlo Ocampo):
            Adios, Cuchuma, eI53, December 2010

Kemp, Earl (with Barry Malzberg):
            Dialogue, eI22 , October 2005

Kemp, Earl (with Chris Garcia):
            Help Yourself to Eaton!, eI40, October 2008

Pasted Graphic

Kemp, Earl Terry:
            Anthem Series, The, Part I, eI27, August 2006
            Anthem Series, The, Part II, eI28, October 2006
            Anthem Series, The: FPCI, eI49, April 2010
            Anthem Series, The: Shasta Publishers, eI33, August 2007
            Anthem Series, The: Part III, eI42, February 2009
            Anthem Series, The: Part IV Section One, eI44, June 2009
            Anthem Series, The: Part IV Section Two, eI45, August 2009
            Anthem Series, The: Part V: Gnome Press , eI47, December 2009
            Anthem Series, The: Part VII, eI51, August 2010
            Anthem Series, The: Part VIII, eI52, October 2010
            Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Cult Mags, eI46, October 2009
            Faan For All Seasons, eI48, February 2010
            Gnome Press and Mack Reynolds, eI43, April 2009
            Godfather Stories, eI31, April 2007
            Keeping the Faith!, eI29, December 2006
            LAPB: The Event, eI44, June 2009
            Len Moffatt: A portrait of a fan, eI30, February 2007
            Me and Mack Reynolds, eI43, April 2009
            My Love Affair With Adolf Schicklgruber, eI25, April 2006
            Prisoner of XXX, Jr., eI26, June 2006
            Roger Phillips Graham Bibliography, eI31, April 2007
            Señor Pig, eI12, February 2004
            Señor Pig 2, eI15, August 2004
            Story Behind the Golden Age of Pulps, The, eI50, June 2010

Kemp, Nancy:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Knight, Damon:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

7504

LaDue, Ross:
            Jeanette's Radiant Aura, eI43, April 2009

LaMont, Gil:
            Good Harlan, eI11, December 2003
            Me and Maurice, eI22, October 2005

Lake, Lori L.:
            There is no Reason Not To, eI42, February 2009

Latham, Rob:
            City & the City, The, eI53, December 2010
            Fanzine Research, eI37, April 2008
            Remembering J.G. Ballard, eI50, June 2010
            Worlds Well Lost, eI46, October 2009

Latham, Rob and Melissa Conway:
            J. Lloyd Eaton Collection, The, eI40, October 2008

Leiber, Fritz:
            Fafhrd and Me, eI45, August 2009
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Leiber, Justin:
            Fritz Leiber and Eyes, eI30, February 2007
            Fritz Leiber and the Buck Rogers Comic Strips, eI23, December 2005

Ley, Willy:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Lichtman, Robert:
            Case of the Little Green Men, The, eI43, April 2009
            Other Voices, eI10, October 2003

Linwood, Jim:
            Third Reich, The, eI25, April 2006

Locke, Dave:
            Other Voices, eI10, October 2003
            SIGHfication, eI59, December 2011
            Thru A Glass, Greenly, eI14, June 2004
            Whither Fanzine Collections, Guest Editorial, eI9, August 2003
            Words of Wonderment, eI10, October 2003

Lowndes, Robert A.W.:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Lupoff, Richard A.:
            Age of Ignorance, The, eI20, June 2005
            Bartender, A Case of Reynolds for my Pal!, eI46, October 2009
            Buck Rogers, Nazi Fantasy, eI23, December 2005
            Charlie Myers & Me, eI5, December 2002
            Confessions of a Book-Cadger, eI21, August 2005
            I, Curmudgeon, eI39, August 2008
            It Just Took a Little Longer Than I Thought it Would, eI40, October 2008
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

7505

MacDonell, Allan:
            Snatches of Blue, eI26, June 2006

Maltese, William:
            ...Whip it Out, eI46, October 2009

Malzberg, Barry:
            Dialogue (with Earl Kemp), eI22 , October 2005
            I Remember Bill...., eI7, April 2003
            Repentance, Desire, and Natalie Wood, eI22 , October 2005
            Showing off Reynolds, eI43, April 2009
            Mason, Todd
            Scratch and Sniff, eI26, June 2006

Mathews, Race:
            Whirlaway to Thrilling Wonder Stories, eI17, December 2004

McLaughlin, Dean:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Meskys, Edmund R.:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Miller, P. Schuyler:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Mills, Robert P.:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Moorcock, Michael:
            Child's Christmas in the Blitz, A, eI35, December 2007
            Diary for Financial Times, eI37, April 2008
            Echoes of Peake, eI59, December 2011
          If Hitler Had Won world War Two...., eI25, April 2006:
            I'm Writing the New Doctor Who, eI48, February 2010
            Override, eI32, June 2007
            Satan's Killing Clerks and Beerhall Bores, eI25, April 2006
            Spaces in Between, The, eI53, December 2010
            Torture Time in Texas, eI31, April 2007
            Wall of America, The, by Thomas M. Disch, eI42, February 2009

Munroe, Lynn:
            First Andrew Shaw, The, eI14, June 2004
            First 20 Dean Hudson Novels, The, eI24, February 2006
            Hutch Full of Bunnies, A, eI28, October 2006
            Lawrence Block's “Part of the Job,” eI59, December 2011
            William Henley Knoles Bibliography, A, eI7, April 2003
            William Henley Knoles Paperback Cover Gallery, A, eI7, April 2003
            Man From C.A.M.P., The, eI6, January 2003
            Victor J. Banis Checklist, A, eI6, January 2003
            William Henley Knoles, the Life and Death of Clyde Allison, eI7, April 2003

Murray, Jerry:
            Devil's Weed, Orgasmic Days, y Laguna Lust, The, eI3, July 2002
            Memories of Mack and Jeanette, eI43, April 2009
            Sleazy Sunday, eI38, June 2008
            SLODGE, eI40, October 2008

Murray, Will:
            Alternate History of the Early SF Magazines, An, eI50, June 2010
            Unknown Unknown, The, eI45, August 2009

7506

Newsome, Richard:
            Six Hours With Ronald Clyne, eI41,December 2008

Norton, Andre:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Nuetzel, Charles:
            Dad & I, eI33, August 2007
            Nightmare With a Queen...of Blood, eI19, April 2005
            The Real Straight Dope, eI23, December 2005

Nummelin, Juri:
            Smut Peddler, The, eI37, April 2008

7508

O'Meara, James H.:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Ocampo, Urlo (Earl Kemp):
            Adios, Cuchuma, eI53, December 2010

Ortiz, Luis:
            Jack Gaughan, eI53, December 2010
            Through EMSHwiller's Eyes..., eI31, April 2007

Breaking Up

Page, Gerald W.:
            The Paradox of Lin Carter, eI42, February 2009

Palmer, Raymond A.:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Palmer, Rodney:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Panshin, Alexei:
            Other Voices, eI10, October 2003
            Put It In A Song, eI6, January 2003
            Sympathy for the Devil, eI38, June 2008
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Pardoe, Rosemary:
            Sex and Rockets, eI23, December 2005

Penney, Lloyd:
            Outside Looking In, Guest Editorial, eI3, July 2002
            Unanswered Questions, eI23, December 2005
            Using Google As An Oracle, eI18, February 2005

Phillips, Curt:
            Nelson Bond: “Payment in Fee Simple,” eI34, October 2007

Phillips, Rog (Roger Phillips Graham):
            Christ: An Autobiography, eI31, April 2007

Pickersgill, Gregory:
            Collibosher, eI10, October 2003
            Other Voices, eI10, October 2003

Pohl, Frederic:
            Dallas McCord “Mack” Reynolds, eI43, April 2009

Price, George W.:
            Advent:Publishers Master Archive, The, eI16, October 2004
            1955 Advent:uring Through the Years 2005, eI1, January 2002
            Mack Reynolds and Politics, eI43, April 2009
            Other Voices, eI10, October 2003
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Priest, Christopher:
            Amazing Life and Death of Rudolf Hess, The, eI25, April 2006

Captive Sun

Ramirez, Thomas P.:
            Darlings of Death, eI22 , October 2005
            Into the Abyss, eI21, August 2005

Resnick, Mike:
            Me And The Kingpin, eI4, October 2002
            William Knoles and the Slime God, eI7, April 2003

Revene, Larry::
            Dirty Larry, eI58, October 2011

Reynolds, Emil:
            Summer of 1953, The, eI43, April 2009

Reynolds, Mack:
            Burnt Toast, eI43, April 2009
            Introducing the Author, eI43, April 2009
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Richardson, Ryan:
            TAWCE'd About...., eI19, April 2005

Rinkler, Tobe (pseudonym of, see Elkin, Robert T.):
            APB: Dean Hudson, eI24, February 2006

Robinson, Frank M.:
            Introduction 1980 For Sale: One Cloudy Crystal Ball, eI29, December 2006
            Other Voices, eI11, December 2003
            Science Fiction and the Men's Magazines, eI11, December 2003
            Skimmed Milk, eI38, June 2008

Rossett, Barney:
            Our Lady of the Flowers (with Maurice Gerodias), eI22, October 2005

Mild-Mannered Circuit

Rotsler, William:
            [Various recycled filler illustrations throughout.]
            Abstracts, eI60, December 2011
            Breaking Up
            Captive Sun
            Mild-Mannered Circuit
            Opposites Attract
            Pasted Graphic
            Somewhere off the Eastern
            Strange Fruit
            Template for a Sand Painting
            Too Rigid to Last
            7493
            7494
            7495
            7497
            7498
            7499
            7500
            7501
            7502
            7503
            7504
            7505
            7506
            7508
            ...be forgot, and never..... Rotsler Tribute, January 2002
            I Am, I Said...., eI18, February 2005
            I Only Have I's For You, Rotsler Portfolio, eI4, October 2002
            I Only Have I's For You 2, eI8, June 2003
            Life Synopsis, A, eI18, February 2005
            lost portfolio, the (ecover), eI18, February 2005
            lost portfolio, the, eI18, February 2005
            Vertex Roundtable Interviews Dr. Sidney Coleman and
               Dr. Gregory Benford, eI36, February 2008 [Photography for]

Russell, Eric Frank:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Russell, Ray:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Opposites Attract

Saunders, David:
            Norman Saunders, eI44, June 2009

Saunders, Norman:
            Mystery Adventure, June 1936 (cover painting), eI44, June 2009

Sawyer, Andy:
            Thea Von Harbou and Metropolis, eI25, April 2006

Schieskofp, Francine:
            Midnight Readers on the Nightstand, eI11, December 2003

Schoerner, Wank (pseudonym of, see Charnock, Graham):
            I Was Hitler's Projectionist, eI25, April 2006

Schweitzer, Darroll:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Scortia, Thomas N.:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Scott, Art:
            Fred Fixler-Mystery Artist at Last Unmasked, eI19, April 2005

Seldes, Timothy:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Shaw, Larry T.:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Sieben, Rayonelle:
            Those Were the Days, My Friend, eI11, December 2003
            I'll Be Glad When You're Dead, eI14, June 2004
            My Life as a Pornographer, eI14, June 2004
            Other Voices, eI10, October 2003
            Other Voices, eI11, December 2003
            This is my FBI story, eI4, October 2002
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Smith, E.E., Ph.D.:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Sohler, Gary:
            Disgracias Con Diablo El Mismo, eI3, July 2002
            Earl's Birthday Roast, eI18, February 2005
            I Remember Fred Fixler, eI19, April 2005
            My Singular Encounter with Mack and Jeanette, eI43, April 2009
            Recollections of a Porno Photographer, eI17, December 2004

Southworth, Mary A.:
            Good Harlan, eI11, December 2003

Speray, Robert:
            Bonfils Cover Art is Back!, eI16, October 2004
            We Missed Earl...Earl Missed This, eI50, June 2010

Starrett, Vincent:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Steffan, Dan::
            Labor of Love, A, eI41, December 2008
            “Letters from Jail” front cover and interior illustrations, eI57, August 2011

Stevens, David:
            This Ain't No Foolin' Around..., eI11, December 2003

Stiles, Steve:
            “Art-Savvy Nudes,” front cover illustration, eI45, August 2009
            ARTWORK: “Appalling Stories” eI7, April 2003
            “Krazy Fucha,” cover illustration, eI52, October 2010
            Dodo Noir [artwork], eI30, February 2007
            “Dummy,” front cover illustration, The, eI38, June 2008
            Fear and Loathing in Evanston, eI11, December 2003
            “Happy Halloween!,” front cover illustration, eI40, October 2008
            “Happy Halloween,” front cover illustration, eI46, October 2009
            He Loves New York [artwork], eI33, August 2007
            Horror, The Horror, The [artwork], eI35, December 2007
            Introduction to Personal Choice, a portfolio, eI35, December 2007
            “Last Exit,” front cover illustration, eI37, April 2008
            “Little ATom Arfer,” front cover illustration, eI39, August 2008
            Other Voices, eI10, October 2003
            Personal Choice, a Portfolio [artwork], eI35, December 2007
            a portfolio, eI53, December 2010
            After Botticelli
            Spring Planting
            He Loves New York
            Take the Elevator
            The Horror, the Horror
            Last Exit
            The Dummy
            Little ATom Arfer
            Happy Halloween!
            Season's Greetings!
            Valentine's Day
            Art-Savvy Nudes
            Happy Halloween! 2
            Season's Greetings 2
            Krazy Fucha
            Rudolph Rebels
            Screwball Slumber
            Punch-Line Kid, The, eI10, October 2003
            Rudolph Rebels, cover illustration, eI53, December 2010
            “Season's Greetings!,” front cover illustration, eI41, December 2008
            “Season's Greetings!,” front cover illustration, eI47, December 2009
            Spring Planting [artwork], eI32, June 2007
            Take the Elevator [artwork], eI34, October 2007
            That Crazy Buck Rogers Stuff [artwork], eI23, December 2005
            That Crazy Buck Rogers Stuff [article], eI23, December 2005
            “Valentine's Day,” front cover illustration, eI42, February 2009
            “Welcoming Committee,” front cover illustration, eI58, October 2011

Stinson, J.G.:
            Getting An Education, eI15, August 2004
            I Am a Fandom of One: A Fan's Manifesto, eI16, October 2004
            Voice of the Inner World; Yma Sumac, SF, and Me, The, eI6, January 2003

Stopa, Jon:
            Black Lensperson, The, eI48, February 2010
            Evil But Ours, eI23, December 2005
            Lefty Gloves, Guest Editorial, eI12, February 2004
            Other Voices, eI10, October 2003
            Roaming Around Upstairs, Guest Editorial, eI15, August 2004
            Two Thousand Light Years From Home, eI20, June 2005
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Swain, Dwight V.:
            Dallas McCord “Mack” Reynolds, eI43, April 2009

Somewhere off the Eastern Shore

Takacs, Stephen:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Toomey, Robert:
            Improbability of Being Sidney Coleman, The, eI33, August 2007
            Not a Mere Devise, eI36, February 2008

Toronto, Richard::
            Man From Tomorrow, The, eI41, December 2008

Townsend, Larry:
            Me and Maurice, eI22, October 2005

Trimble, Bjo:
            N3F ad, eI1, January 2002

Tucker, Arthur Wilson “Bob":
            Other Voices, eI11, December 2003
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Turner, Paul T.::
            Vertex Roundtable Interviews Dr. Sidney Coleman and Dr. Gregory Benford,
            eI36, February 2008

Strange Fruit

Various:
            Remembering Regency, eI11, December 2003

Vick, Shelby:
            Me & My Paltry, Pilfering Porn, eI18, February 2005

Vonnegut, Kurt:
            Afterthoughts, The, eI10, October 2003
            PITFCS, eI10, October 2003
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI10, October 2003
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Template for a Sand Painting

Wachtel, Joshua:
            Roastin' Tunes, eI18, February 2005

Weinberg, Robert:
            My Visit with the McCauleys, eI13, April 2004

West, Wallace:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Weston, Peter:
            Alien View of History, An, eI26, June 2006
            Cover Stories, eI41, December 2008
            Rocket A Rover, A, eI27, August 2006
            Things I do for that Earl Kemp, The, eI32, June 2007

White, Alan:
            “The Final Meeting,” front cover artwork, eI59, December 2011
            Ghastly Tales, eI7, April 2003
            Painted Pussy, eI26, June 2006

White, Ted:
            Hustled, eI26, June 2006
            Mari Wolf & Me, eI5, December 2002
            Two Editors, eI11, December 2003
            Will Eisner - The Spirit Is Strong, eI21, August 2005
            Wonder Woman, eI20, June 2005
            Letters from Jail, eI57, August 2011

Wiley, Les:
            Sailing With the Sun, eI42, February 2009

Williams, Charlie:
            “Portrait of Auntie Edgar as Mary” in “Beauty and the Beast Otra Vez” eI4, October 2002

Williams, Ian:
            On Writing: A Personal Journey, eI15, August 2004
            Trash Aesthetic, eI10, October 2003

Williamson, Jack:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Wolf, Mari:
            Prejudice, eI5, December 2002

Wollheim, Donald A.:
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Wood, Ed:
            Appendix A, eI29, December 2006
            Who Killed Science Fiction?, eI29, December 2006

Too Rigid to Last

Yerxa, Richard A.:
            Good Harlan, eI11, December 2003
            Some Notes In Search of an Article, eI11, December 2003

Zettel, Len:
            Other Voices, eI10, October 2003

 


There is a tragic flaw in our precious Constitution, and I don’t know what can be done to fix it. This is it: Only nut cases want to be president.
                    —Kurt Vonnegut


“Unfortunate,”
by Ditmar [Martin James Ditmar Jenssen]

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