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[[Image:Bizarre.jpg‎|right|frame|'''Bizarre'''<br/> 1941<br/> Cover by [[Hannes Bok]] ]]
'''Bizarre''' was a fanzine devoted to weird fiction edited by Jack Chapman Miske and Walter Marconette.
'''Bizarre''' was a fanzine devoted to weird fiction edited by Jack Chapman Miske and Walter Marconette.
Previously Walter Marconette had published [[Scienti-Snaps]], and Jack Miske had become co-editor later on. They had ended that zine in 1940, and in January 1941 began publishing ''Bizarre''. One issue was published of this 22 page zine.
Previously Walter Marconette had published [[Scienti-Snaps]], and Jack Miske had become co-editor later on. They had ended that zine in 1940, and in January 1941 began publishing ''Bizarre''. One issue was published of this 22 page zine.
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The cover art was by Hannes Bok and interior illustrations were by Hannes Bok and Marconette.   
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The cover art was by [[Hannes Bok]] and interior illustrations were by Hannes Bok and Marconette.   
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Contributors of writing included Forrest J. Ackerman, Hannes Bok, John W. Campbell, Jr., Walter Marconette,  A. Merritt, J. Chapman Miske,  E.E. Smith, [[Harry Warner, Jr.]], and Earl Singleton, "On H.P. Lovecraft's 'The Festival'".  
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Contributors of writing included Forrest J Ackerman ([[Voice of the Imagi-Nation]]), Hannes Bok, John W. Campbell, Jr., Walter Marconette,  A. Merritt, J. Chapman Miske,  E.E. Smith, [[Harry Warner, Jr.]], and Earl Singleton ([[Nepenthe]]), "On H.P. Lovecraft's 'The Festival'".  
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Most notably, this is the first publishing of H. P. Lovecraft's "The Thing In the Moonlight". Lovecraft had related a dream to [[Donald Wandrei]] in a letter, who in turn passed it on to Miske, who added introductory and closing paragraphs and turned it into a short story. Aside from the two paragraphs, the description of the dream is verbatim from Lovecraft's letter.  
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Most notably, this is the first publishing of [[H. P. Lovecraft]]'s "The Thing In the Moonlight". Lovecraft had related a dream to [[Donald Wandrei]] in a letter, who in turn passed it on to Miske, who added introductory and closing paragraphs and turned it into a short story. Aside from the two paragraphs, the description of the dream is verbatim from Lovecraft's letter.  
This was the only issue of ''Bizarre'' to appear.  
This was the only issue of ''Bizarre'' to appear.  
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Jack Chapman Miske had previously published the title [[Chaos (Miske)|Chaos]].
==External Links==
==External Links==

Revision as of 21:53, 21 October 2012

Bizarre 1941 Cover by Hannes Bok
Bizarre
1941
Cover by Hannes Bok

Bizarre was a fanzine devoted to weird fiction edited by Jack Chapman Miske and Walter Marconette.

Previously Walter Marconette had published Scienti-Snaps, and Jack Miske had become co-editor later on. They had ended that zine in 1940, and in January 1941 began publishing Bizarre. One issue was published of this 22 page zine.

The cover art was by Hannes Bok and interior illustrations were by Hannes Bok and Marconette.

Contributors of writing included Forrest J Ackerman (Voice of the Imagi-Nation), Hannes Bok, John W. Campbell, Jr., Walter Marconette, A. Merritt, J. Chapman Miske, E.E. Smith, Harry Warner, Jr., and Earl Singleton (Nepenthe), "On H.P. Lovecraft's 'The Festival'".

Most notably, this is the first publishing of H. P. Lovecraft's "The Thing In the Moonlight". Lovecraft had related a dream to Donald Wandrei in a letter, who in turn passed it on to Miske, who added introductory and closing paragraphs and turned it into a short story. Aside from the two paragraphs, the description of the dream is verbatim from Lovecraft's letter.

This was the only issue of Bizarre to appear.

Jack Chapman Miske had previously published the title Chaos.

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