Eclipse (Thompson)

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Eclipse is a science fiction fanzine by Ray Thompson.

Published in the 1950s, in Norfolk, Nebraska, U.S.A.. Early issues of Eclipse were dittoed, but later were mimeographed. At least 18 issues were released. Issues #4 and #5 were published in 1953; issues #10 to #14 were released in 1955; and the last issue, #18, appeared in 1956.

Contributors of columns included Marian Cox (The Femizine). Contributors of fiction included Celia Block, and Lew A. Gaff. Poetry was contributed by Rory Faulkner (Shangri L'Affaires), and Isabelle Dinwiddle.

John Ledyard's review from Peon #28, from September 1953, calls it, "A rather entertaining new face on the fan scene, with stories by Celia Block and Lew A. Gaff, a column by Marian Cox, poetry by Isabelle Dinwiddie and Rory Faulkner, and miscellaneous stuff, including a contest. Reproduction is good, on a whole, and there's a fairly high level for the material."

Ray Thompson was a fan artist and writer who contributed to fanzines such as Vega and wrote the column "The Other 2%" for Ted White's Zip. He also published the fanzine Bibbility.