Dem may well move this post as it's about a fanzine, but in the new issue of the eclectic Aussie zine Biblio-Curiosa ('unusual writers/strange books') there is a great article on Tod Robbins. Judging by the interest generated by his name on this thread, I thought some of you might be interested.
The third issue contains a number of other fab articles with my favourites being Swastika Nights which is a look at alternative history novel about a world ruled by the Nazis- written before the Second World War and My Friend Froggy, a fascinating memoir from a friend of the tragic SF writer.
The level of research editor Chris Mikul delves into gives me a migraine just thinking about it. This zine deserves your support. I won't publish e-mail addresses here, but I get the feeling that if you PM Pulp Lord he might be able to provide further details.