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'''DMSFF''' is a science fiction and fantasy fanzine by David Malone.  
'''DMSFF''' is a science fiction and fantasy fanzine by David Malone.  
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''DMSFF'' stood for ''David Malone's Science Fiction Fantazine''. It was published in the 1960s in Roxbury, Connecticut, U.S.A.  
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''DMSFF'' stood for ''David Malone's Science Fiction Fantazine''. It was published in the 1960s in Roxbury, Connecticut, U.S.A. Three issues were released.
Contributing artists included Jack Gaughan, and [[Bill Rotsler|William Rotsler]]. Issue 2 of Spring 1969 featured "The Nazgul" sketches by Jack Gaughan, which are of special interest to fans of Tolkien.  
Contributing artists included Jack Gaughan, and [[Bill Rotsler|William Rotsler]]. Issue 2 of Spring 1969 featured "The Nazgul" sketches by Jack Gaughan, which are of special interest to fans of Tolkien.  

Revision as of 17:05, 12 February 2012

DMSFF is a science fiction and fantasy fanzine by David Malone.

DMSFF stood for David Malone's Science Fiction Fantazine. It was published in the 1960s in Roxbury, Connecticut, U.S.A. Three issues were released.

Contributing artists included Jack Gaughan, and William Rotsler. Issue 2 of Spring 1969 featured "The Nazgul" sketches by Jack Gaughan, which are of special interest to fans of Tolkien.

Contributing writers included Piers Anthony, Richard Delap, Alexis Gilliland, and Faith Lincoln.

Issue two featured "T's Nothing Like A Good Foundation", by Isaac Asimov, reprinted from the 19678 Science Fiction Writers of America bulletin.

Letters came from Buck Coulson (Yandro), Jack Gaughan, Dean Koontz, Anne McCaffrey, Andrew Offut, and Harry Warner, Jr. (Horizons).

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