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    Sfinx [Number Nine, March 1974] ed. Kevin Smith (Oxford University Speculative Fiction Group, 12p, 26pp, A4, cover: Supernova by Alan Hunter)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.











    Sfinx [No. 7 (new series), May 1995] (Oxford University Speculative Fiction Group, £1.00)
    Subtitled “Sfinx Reborn” Details taken from magazine website.



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    SFWA Bulletin [v1 #1, No. 1, July 1965] ed. Damon Knight (Science Fiction Writers of America, 8pp, 8½″ x 11″ loose sheets)
    Details supplied by Michael Capobianco.










    SFWA Bulletin [v3 #1, No. 10, January 1967] ed. Damon Knight (Science Fiction Writers Association, 24pp, octavo s/s)
    Directory Issue Details supplied by Bud Webster.
    • 1 · News · [uncredited] · ar; features three “news” items: ACE announcing what was to be their Science Fiction Specials, paying advances of $2,000 and up; BBC announcing a new series of half-hour sf dramas; and an announcement of the demise of IMPULSE (formerly SCIENCE FANTASY) and NEW WORLDS due to “the bankruptcy of a distributor”, and mentions an unconfirmed report that NW had been sold to a British paperback house.
    • 2 · From the President · Damon Knight · cl; announces that neither he nor Lloyd Biggle will run for re-election and that Actives willing to serve should contact the chairman of he election committee, Norman Spinrad.
    • 3 · Calendar of Events · [uncredited] · cl; featuring the Nebula Banquet, Boskone IV, the Milford Conference, and Nycon 3; People and Places, which announces that Spaceways, Inc., which had bought the screen rights to Blish’s “Cities in Flight” series, also purchased The Hour Before Earthrise, announces “a new publishing firm, Weybright & Talley, Inc.”, and offers copies of RIVERSIDE QUARTERLY, edited by Leland Sapiro (then of Saskatoon, Canada), will be sent to “any professional s.f. writer who shows interest…”
    • 4-8 · SFWA Members, 1966 · [uncredited] · ms; with agents listed where applicable, but no addresses (“Letters addressed to members c/o SFWA will be forwarded unopened.”)
    • · Awards Nominations · [uncredited] · ms; “The Scorpions” by Robert Kelly nominated by Harlan Ellison; “The Next Step” by E. A. Moore, nominated by Joseph Green.
    • 9-11 · Tax Breaks for Self-Employed Writers: The Keogh Plan Pension · Robert Silverberg · ar
    • · Journal Checklist · Ted Thomas · cl
    • 12-14 · There’s Nothing Like a Good Foundation · Isaac Asimov · ar
    • 15-17 · Correspondence · [The Readers] · lc
    • _ · [letter] · Milton A. Rothman · lt
    • _ · [letter] · “God” · lt
    • _ · [letter] · Frederik Pohl · lt
    • _ · [letter] · Jerry Sohl · lt
    • _ · [letter] · Harlan Ellison · lt
    • _ · [letter] · Gene Roddenberry · lt
    • · Publishing Statistics, 1966 · [uncredited] · ms; in which we learn that “In science fiction, 213 books were published in 1966, off 8% from 1965.…By contrast, mysteries were off 14%, westerns off 19%.”
    • 18 · On Donating Manuscripts · Damon Knight · ar
    • 19 · Science Sources · Tom Purdom · ms
    • 20-21 · Forthcoming Books (January-March, 1967) · [uncredited] · ms; Ace, Avon, Ballantine, Dell, Doubleday, Gold Medal, Harcourt Brace & World, Lancer, Macfadden-Bartell, Paperback Library, Pyramid, Putnam, Simon and Schuster.
    • 22-24 · Market Report · [uncredited] · cl
    • · The Copyright Revision Bill · [uncredited] · ar


    SFWA Bulletin [v3 #2, No. 11, April 1967] ed. Damon Knight (Science Fiction Writers Association, 32pp, octavo s/s)
    Details supplied by Bud Webster.
    • 1 · [photos] · [Various] · pi; Features photos of the four winners of the ’66 Nebulas in NYC - Daniel Keyes and Samuel R. Delany (tied for Best Novel), Damon Knight presenting Gordon Dickson with his Neb for “Call Him Lord”, and Mrs. Eva McKenna. Jack Vance (Novella) is not pictured; his Nebula was accepted in LA by Ackerman.
    • 2 · Nebula Awards Report · [uncredited] · ms; A report on the Nebs, held simultaneously in NYC and LA, as well as on those candidates for SFWA officers - Silverberg for President, James Blish and Terry Carr for VP, and Roger Zelazny and Joe Poyer for Sec-Treasurer.
    • 3 · Announcements · [uncredited] · ms; General announcements, including NEW WORLDS receiving a grant from the BAC; a short report on the Ultimate Publishing Co. case; and the appearance of the first issue of SCIENCE FICTION CLASSICS.
    • 4-9 · Ukonomics · John Brunner · ar; “Being a rough guide to the cost of living in London in 1967[sic]”, which includes prices on a number of commodities such as gasoline (“Average 70¢ Imperial gallon”), beer (“at pub, average 35¢ Imperial pint (draft)”), and “Meal in good but unassuming restaurant” (“Under $1 in some places (no wine)”).
    • 9 · Journal Checklist · Ted Thomas · cl
    • 10-13 · Ballantine Contract · [uncredited] · ms; Features a detailed examination of the Ballantine contract.
    • 14-15 · Project Boskone · Damon Knight · ex; excerpts from a speech Damon made at the ’67 Boskone.
    • 16-17 · [photos] · [Various] · pi; More photos from the Nebs, featuring Eva McKenna, Robert P. Mills and Larry Ashmead; Judith and Roger Zelazny; Frotz Leiber; Betty and Ian Ballantine; Edward L. Ferman; Thomas A. Dardis, Ted Cogswell and Terry Carr; Larry Niven and Carol Soucek; Alexei Panshin, DAW and Keith Laumer;and A. E. van Vogt.
    • 18 · People and Places · [uncredited] · cl; featuring reports of an auto accident involving Fred and Carol Pohl, and David and Ruth Kyle; the announcement of the death of Charles Beaumont; and a query as to the whereabouts of Jerome Bixby.
    • 19-22 · Blish Testifies on Copyright Bill (James Blish, Vice-President of SFWA, testified on March 15, 1967, before the Subcommittee on Patents, Trade-Marks and Copyrights of the Senate Judiciary Committee…) · [uncredited] · ar
    • 23-25 · Correspondence · [The Readers] · lc
    • _ · [letter] · Avram Davidson · lt; (lengthy, about firing his agent, “X”)
    • _ · [letter] · John Brunner · lt; (concerning NAL’s edition of The Productions of Time)
    • _ · [letter] · Poul Anderson · lt
    • 26 · Forthcoming Books · [uncredited] · cl; featuring Ace, Avon, Ballantine, Berkley, Doubleday and Paperback Library.
    • 27 · On Simultaneous Submissions: II · [uncredited] · ar; presumeably by Damon.
    • 28-30 · The Foreign Rights Mess · Damon Knight · ar
    • · Awards Nominations · [uncredited] · ms; (too numerous to list here, but I note that “I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream” was nominated by, among others, Keith Laumer).
    • 31-32 · Market Report · [uncredited] · cl


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