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(New page: '''FMZ Digest''' was a science fiction fanzine by Arthur Louis Joquel II. Pulbished in Los Angeles, California U.S.A., ''FMZ Digest'', as the name implies, was a digest zine, reprinting ...)
 
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Pulbished in Los Angeles, California U.S.A., ''FMZ Digest'', as the name implies, was a digest zine, reprinting notable stories and articles from fanzines published that year. "FMZ" was the early term used for "fan magazine", before the term "fanzine" came into general use. Six issues of ''FMZ Digest'' appeared in between February and October of 1941.
 
Pulbished in Los Angeles, California U.S.A., ''FMZ Digest'', as the name implies, was a digest zine, reprinting notable stories and articles from fanzines published that year. "FMZ" was the early term used for "fan magazine", before the term "fanzine" came into general use. Six issues of ''FMZ Digest'' appeared in between February and October of 1941.
  
Contributors included Ray Bradbury ([[Futuria Fantasia]]), Walter J. Daugherty, Donald J. Doughty, Harold Gottliffe, Robert Lowndes, Allan Moss, Milton A Roghtman, F. Orlin Tremaine, Bob Tucker ([[Le Zombie]], and [[Art Widner]] ([[FanFare]]).
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Contributors included Ray Bradbury ([[Futuria Fantasia]]), Walter J. Daugherty, Donald J. Doughty, Harold Gottliffe, Robert Lowndes, Allan Moss, Milton A Rothman, F. Orlin Tremaine, Bob Tucker ([[Le Zombie]], and [[Art Widner]] ([[FanFare]]).
  
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Revision as of 21:12, 8 April 2011

FMZ Digest was a science fiction fanzine by Arthur Louis Joquel II.

Pulbished in Los Angeles, California U.S.A., FMZ Digest, as the name implies, was a digest zine, reprinting notable stories and articles from fanzines published that year. "FMZ" was the early term used for "fan magazine", before the term "fanzine" came into general use. Six issues of FMZ Digest appeared in between February and October of 1941.

Contributors included Ray Bradbury (Futuria Fantasia), Walter J. Daugherty, Donald J. Doughty, Harold Gottliffe, Robert Lowndes, Allan Moss, Milton A Rothman, F. Orlin Tremaine, Bob Tucker (Le Zombie, and Art Widner (FanFare).