|Editor(s):||Eleanor Arnason, Ruth Berman and Ron Whyte|
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All Mimsy is a science fiction zine that was published in Minnesota in the 1950s. It was published by Eleanor Arnason, Ruth Berman and Ron Whyte, writing under a combined pseudonym of George Karg. Ruth Berman published the last issue on her own.
There were six issues.
The title was derived from the Lewis Carroll poem "Jabberwock."
All Mimsy 3 was published in 1958.
All Mimsy 4 was published in 1959.
All Mimsy 5 was published in 1959.
All Mimsy 6 was published in November 1959. It was published by Ruth Berman only.
- contains a poem called "The Passing of the Elven-kind" by Ted Johnstone, a lament for the elves who left Middle-earth. It is reported by Sumner Gary Hennewell in Tolkien Fandom Review to be the first writing published on J.R.R. Tolkien's work in a fanzine. "The Passing of the Elven-kind" was later reprinted in Entmoot #4.