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First (and only?) issue. Small octavo (14cm x 11cm), single issue, self wrappers, stapled. A rare fanzine, probably a one-shot (published ''semi-periodically''), and likely written in part or in total by Theodore R. Cogswell, founder and editor of PUBLICATIONS OF THE INSTITUTE OF TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY STUDIES (aka PITFCS), a highly regarded fanzine for professional writers published 1959 - 1962 (plus a final number in 1979, mostly containing material from 1962). This first (and only) issue of DIGITIncludes a funny hoax letter from John Steinbeck to academic scholar/critic Paul Carter. The contents of PITFCS were collected in book form in 1992 in which DIGIT is reprinted as appendix B.
Title: Digit: The Journal Of The Institute Of Twenty-First Century Studies vol 1 no 1.
Edition: First edition.
Publisher: Miskatonic University Press: Muncie, Indiana.: 1960.
Binding: Stapled pictorial wrappers.
Book Condition: VG+ copy (addressed on the mailing panel to UK SF writer Arthur Sellings).
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 38389