Lee Anne Lavell
Lee Anne Lavall is a zine editor and writer.
Lee Anne began publishing fanzine in the 1950s as Lee Anne Tremper. In 1952, Lee Anne Tremper co-authored, with Ray Beam, the fanzine Indiana Fantasy. The first issue appeared in 1951. Issues 2 and 3 were released in 1952. During the 1950s, Lee Anne was a member of the Indianapolis Science Fiction Association (ISFA), and hosted meetings in her home.
During this time, Lee Anne Lavell was also publishing the clubzine for ISFS, which started out as ISFAnews, then Phobos, and ended up as Merlin. One issue featured the story "The Sirens of Space" by Dave Jenrette. It waa a monthly publication.
Space Cage was published in Indianapolis, Indiana, U.S.A. and was the official organ for the Indiana Science Fiction Association. The first issue appeared in February 1960. At least eight issues were released.
Lee Anne and Jim Lavell copublished Embelyon in the 1970s. The first issue appeared in May 1970, followed by issue 2 in June, and issue 3 in August 1970. Issue 4 came out in November of 1971. It was published in Indianapolis, Indiana, U.S.A.
According to Lee Ann Lavell, writing in the August 2008 issue of Time and Again # 5, the title came from the book The Dying Earth by Jack Vance, "As a side note, the title of one of the fanzines I published, Embelyon, as well as the name of one of my cats, Chun (the Unavoidable), were taken from that book."
Lee Anne Lavell also published the fanzine Merlin, which started out as ISFAnews, then Phobos, which featured the story "The Sirens of Space" by Dave Jenrette..