Telepath (1951)
edited by
Arthur Haddon

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Telepath #1

Chris Nelson-Lee writes:

Here's the first of two issues of Telepath, a zine produced by Arthur Haddon in the post-war era. Arthur had been active before the war and became a key player in the 1950s, including serving as Secretary of the Futurian Society of Sydney and being involved with several of the early conventions. He is still with us, still interested in sf and how fandom has developed over the years and is happy to see Telepath go up on efanzines.

This issue of Telepath was patterned after Nick Solntseff's Woomera and the slim pamphlets printed by Vol Molesworth's Futurian Press. It was published in the lead-up to the first national convention and contains a mix of local and overseas content. A second issue appeared three years later, but it was roneoed rather than printed.

Telepath #1 [December 1951] (633KB)

Last revised: 26 August, 2009

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