By 1995, Meskys — who had become blind — was the fanzine's editor-in-chief, with Mike Bastrow listed as editor and designer. Krenkel Joe Sanders Kevin O'Meara Bill Pearson. In that capacity, he introduced the collecting world to this fabulous discovery, offering choice samplings in Sotheby's 1991, 1993 and 1996 auctions. Peter Ogden Mike Resnick Caz Caz. This initial meeting was the hobby's introduction to what is now referred to as the White Mountain Collection.
Horvath Dejah and Woola by R. Richardson Russ Manning Publicity sheet Republic John F. Meskys continued publication when his employment moved to Mankato State University now in. Bob Hyde Caz Hulbert John F. When, in 1972, Ed Meškys was unable to continue running The Tolkien Society of America originally the New York Tolkien Society founded by Richard Plotz in 1965 , its assets and memberships were absorbed by The Mythopoeic Society. The final issue of Niekas, 48, described itself as published by Meskys and edited by Joe R. Krenkel Frank Frazetta Dale R.
Sprague de Camp Robert M. It went to monthly publication in 1970 and then back to quintly 5 times per year. Pohler Son of Tarzan review Son of Tarzan photos: Searle, Tabler, Schramm Son of Tarzan 2 posters Howard, Hawkins, Olsen Caz Kalton C. Roy Larry Ivy George Fowler Fritz Leiber Jeff Jones ads Reed Crandall Glenn Lord Stuart Teitler Michael D. It originated as an before being expanding to a full-fledged fanzine. Farley Back colour art by Sam Grainger Corresp ~ Table Talk A Prophet-able Tale ~ Jones Bethelda art Burroughs, Edgar Rice poem J.
John: Bio Checklist art: photo Unfinished Thuvia Painting 4 St. Gardner Henry Hardy Heins Caz Mike Resnick Ward Dean Larry Ivie Caz McGeehans Mike Resnick. Have more fun, view Pulpdom Online at. The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction New York: St. It won the 1967 for , and was nominated two other times, losing in 1966 to and in 1989 to.
John Influenced Pal-ul-don art by G. It ceased publication with issue 89 in late 1976 This is a original item from the collection of none other than Kennett Neily. The latter left after issue 8. Golden Anniversary Biblio Supplement No. Horvath Dedicated to Alfred Guillory Jr. Foster O'Malley, Caz Caz Frank J.
Niekas 20 cover by Niekas from : nothing or nobody was a published from 1962—1998 by Ed Meskys — also spelled Meškys — of. By the late 1980s he was editing the fanzine by himself. You can help Wikipedia by. Roy Bob Barrett Caz Dick Lupoff John T. Since there was no Tolkien fanzine being published I decided to devote Niekas to Tolkien and try to run at least one Tolkien related piece in each issue.
Donney Henry Hardy Heins Caz. Krenkel: 1 photo Martian Adornment Robert E. Farley Roland Trenary Henry Hardy Heins George Fowler Caz John F. Many collectors are still not aware that the collection's large body of Silver Age publications also included a small sampling of choice, early Underground Comix. For the initial five issues, Meskys — at the time a professor and a member of The Tolkien Society at the now-defunct Belknap College in — edited Niekas by himself, after which he was joined by Felice Rolfe and Anne Chatland. Few collections of Silver Age books approach the consistently high level of condition and page quality that White Mountain copies possess.
It won the Hugo Award for Best Fanzine in 1966. Weist would eventually become the organizer for Sotheby's comic book and comic art auctions. We won the Hugo Award in 1966 for Best Amateur Fanzine. It should also be said that most collectors have yet to grasp the significance of that inclusion. Issue 7 included a letter from to Meskys that mentions. Brueckel Neal MacDonald Frank J.
Resnick Larry Ivie John F. It began publication in May 1960 as a mineographed science-fiction fanzine. . Broadhurst Bob Horvath Neal MacDonald Harry Habblitz Phil Normand Joe Staton Joe Wehrle, Jr. Roy Caz Darrell Richardson John F.