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'''Le Moindre''' was a science fiction fanzine by [[Boyd Raeburn]].  
 
'''Le Moindre''' was a science fiction fanzine by [[Boyd Raeburn]].  
  
Published in Willowdale, Ontario, Canada, ''Le Moindre'' was released during the 1950s into the 1980s.  Issue #7 appeared in May 1957, #29 in February 1972,  #30 in 1973, #35 in February 1978, #36 in August 1978, #38 in 1980, #39 in February 1981, #40 in February 1983, #41 in february 1984, and #42 in February of 1985. It was an [[Apazine|apazine]] for the [[Fantasy Amateur Press Association]], each issue varying in length from 4 to 20 pages.
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Published in Willowdale, Ontario, Canada, ''Le Moindre'' was released during the 1950s into the 1980s.  Issue #7 appeared in May 1957, #29 in February 1972,  #30 in 1973, #35 in February 1978, #36 in August 1978, #38 in 1980, #39 in February 1981, #40 in February 1983, #41 in february 1984, and #42 in February of 1985. It was an [[Apazine|apazine]] for the [[Fantasy Amateur Press Association]], each issue varying in length from 4 to 20 (#38) pages.
  
 
In his anthology of Toronto, Ontario fanzine writing [[Toronto the Ghood]], [[Taral Wayne]] included the selection "Straw & Cold Cuts" by Boyd Raeburn, from ''Le Moindre'' #30, published in 1973.
 
In his anthology of Toronto, Ontario fanzine writing [[Toronto the Ghood]], [[Taral Wayne]] included the selection "Straw & Cold Cuts" by Boyd Raeburn, from ''Le Moindre'' #30, published in 1973.

Latest revision as of 19:53, 25 June 2014

Le Moindre was a science fiction fanzine by Boyd Raeburn.

Published in Willowdale, Ontario, Canada, Le Moindre was released during the 1950s into the 1980s. Issue #7 appeared in May 1957, #29 in February 1972, #30 in 1973, #35 in February 1978, #36 in August 1978, #38 in 1980, #39 in February 1981, #40 in February 1983, #41 in february 1984, and #42 in February of 1985. It was an apazine for the Fantasy Amateur Press Association, each issue varying in length from 4 to 20 (#38) pages.

In his anthology of Toronto, Ontario fanzine writing Toronto the Ghood, Taral Wayne included the selection "Straw & Cold Cuts" by Boyd Raeburn, from Le Moindre #30, published in 1973.

From Saturday, January 1954 till February 1959, Boyd Raeburn also published 11 issues of the fanzine A Bas, and then began co-published Queebshots with Norm Clarke and Georgina Ellis (editors of Honque, and Descant), a series of zines each with their own subtitle. 20 issues of this publication were released throughout the 1960s.