A Fanzine Called Eustace
A Fanzine Called Eustace was a science fiction fanzine by Michael Moorcock.
A Fanzine Called Eustace was released in Surrey, England in Winter 1959. It was a one-shot. The Art Editor was Jom Cawthorn, and Assistants were Sandra Hall and Pete Taylor. The fanzine was duplicated on 'Permaprint' by Dick Ellingsworth.
Contributions were "Crowings" by Michael Moorcock; "In One Easy Lesson" by Bob Lumley; "Invitation" by London Circle; "Film Review" by Alan Dodd; "Soho Interlude" by Michael Moorcock; "Don't Call me Comrade" by Sandra Hall; "Bookworming" by George Locke (Smoke); "Under The Banner of the White Horse" by Bob Richardson; plus a letter from Ray Nelson.
Michael Moorcock also published the fanzine Typo.