Los Angeles, California: The Los Angeles Science Fantasy Society, September 1946 (whole number 32). Large octavo (8 1/2 x 11 inches), single issue, mimeographed, self wrappers, stapled. The club magazine of The Los Angeles Science Fantasy Society. The first issue, titled SHANGRI-LA, was dated March-April 1940. Following the third issue (dated July 1941), the magazine changed its name to SHANGRI-L'AFFAIRES (38 issues were published under this title between December 1941 and November 1947). The name reverted to SHANGRI-LA with the issue dated January-February 1948 (as did the numbering of the issues). This long-running fanzine was revived in the late 1950s as SHANGRI-L'AFFAIRES and was one of the most important of the amateur magazines published during the 1950s and 1960s. Includes "The Dream," by Robert Bloch. Pavlat and Evans, Fanzine Index (1965), p. 106-07. Warner, All Our Yesterdays, pp. 285-86. Text paper age-darkened, staples removed, holes punched in left margins for three-ring binder, a very good copy. (#92575).

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