The Timebinder

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Fanzine published in the mid-40s by E. Everett Evans.

The first issue was mimeographed and reprinted, stating "2nd Edition" on the contents page but still dated 1945. Copies of the reprint were still available in 1946. 24 numbered pages, with unnumbered pages of front (4) and end (1) matter. Mimeographed on Twiltone. Articles by Evans: an introduction (2 pages), "Achieving 'Personal Adequacy' through Time-Binding" (13 pages), "Concerning the Teaching of History" (4 pages), and "Ideas on Statesmanship" (5 pages).

Volume 2 #3 is dated Summer 1946, and mentions that this is the seventh issue. Print run is stated to have been about 200 copies for each issue, with this one having 50 extra copies run off for the Pacificon. Body of fanzine mimeographed, wrap-around cover (by Wiedenbeck) printed. 32 numbered pages, plus cover. Introductory editorial on conscientious objectors, and on the culture of fear; articles by Gus Willmorth ("Heavenly Discourses", on atheism) and Charles D. Hornig ("A Conscientious Objector Speaks"); letters from Donald B. Thompson, Joseph J. Fortier, Russell Wood, Gerald W. Mahsmann, and Etta Hitt. Poetry by D. B. Thompson and Ollie Vane.

There was a special issues, Volume II #3-A which was included in the Pacificon Combozine in July 1946 and which included an index to the issues to date.

Issue Date Pages Notes
Vol I.I 1944 26 Reprinted 1945
Vol I.II April 1945
Vol I.III July 1945
Vol I.IV 1945 34
Vol II.I 1946 31
Vol II.II Summer 1946
Vol II.III Summer 1946 32
Vol II.III-A Summer 1946 7 Included in Pacificon Combozine, this may have been selected pages from the VII.III issue

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