Entry updated 18 June 2021. Tagged: Fan, Publication.
US Fanzine (1950-1969) edited by F M Busby, Elinor Busby, Wally Weber and others for the Nameless Ones, a Seattle sf fan group; initially titled Cry of the Nameless but shortened in the mid-1950s. US quarto format, mimeographed. 185 issues, plus a single revival issue in 1989. A local fortnightly, later monthly, journal, Cry's regularity eventually brought it widespread recognition as an entertaining and dependable fanzine, mainly concerned with Fandom. Contributors included Ted White, Terry Carr, Donald Wollheim and Avram Davidson. Cry won the Hugo for best fanzine in 1960. [PR/DRL]
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