EYE, sometimes written as "i", was a science fiction fanzine by Vince Clarke, Stuart Mackenzie, and E.C. Tubb, later joined by Joy Clarke and Jim Rattigan.
EYE was published in London, England in the 1950s. The first issue appeared in September, 1954. Six issues appeared, the last issue in 1955. Rob Hansen, in Then, Chapter 4, writes, "September also saw the appearance of the first issue of EYE, a fanzine put out by London Circle members Vince Clarke, Joy Goodwin, Stuart MacKenzie, Jim Rattigan, and Ted Tubb, that would achieve fame not only for the quality of its contents but also its length - 40 pages was standard and the third issue weighed in at 170, making it probably the biggest single fanzine ever published in Britain."
Issue #3, from December 1954, was 170 pages, and featured the article "Mordecai of the White Horse" by Frank Arnold, an account of the activites at the White Horse pub, where Lew Mordecai was bartender, and all of London science fiction fandom met. It was later reprinted in Relapse #18.
Rob Hansen, in Then, Chapter 4, explains the gap in time between issues 3 and 4; "The fourth EYE appeared in June, six months after the previous issue. It was explained inside that:
"...in order to explain the delay and rumours this is the real gen. Stu MacKenzie has gone GAFIA with an abruptness and violence somewhat rare in anyone who, up to so short a while ago, was so keen."
It was further explained that he had taken off "...with all the letters, contributions, accounts, subscriptions, ready cash and postal lists".
E.C. 'Ted' Tubb would go on to become the editor of the first issue of Vector which appeared in the summer of 1958.
Vince Clarke began publishing fanzines in January 1949 with the first issue of Science Fantasy News, released throughout the 1950s and 16 issues were released, the last in June 1960. He returned to publishing in the 1980s and 1990s as co-editor of Pulp, with Avedon Carol, Rob Hansen, John Harvey and Pam Wells.