Fantasia (Goldstone)

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'''Fantasia''' was a science fiction and fantasy fanzine by Lou Goldstone.  
'''Fantasia''' was a science fiction and fantasy fanzine by Lou Goldstone.  
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''Fantasia'' was published in the 1940s in San Francisco, California, U.S.A. Three issues were released, the first in 1940, and the last in 1941. Associate Editors for the fanzine were George Cowin and Borrie Hyman.
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''Fantasia'' was published in the 1940s in San Francisco, California, U.S.A. Three issues were released, the first in 1940, and the last in July 1941. Associate Editors for the fanzine were George Cowin and Borrie Hyman.
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Contributions included the poems ''Ballet Sol'' and ''The Parish Parson'' by Grady Louis McMurtry.
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Contributions included the poems ''Ballet Sol'' and ''The Parish Parson'' by Grady Louis McMurtry. Other poets included Harold Elliott, Corrine Ellsworth, Lou Goldstone, and Hugh McDonald. The first issue also reprinted verses from George Sterling's "A Wine of Wizardry", and the third issue reprinted poems by Goethe.
Lou Goldstone was a prominent science fiction and fantasy artist who contributed art work to a number of fanzines, including [[Diablerie]], aside from his commercial work for magazines and most particularly, for a number of notable science fiction book covers such as ''The Cosmic Geoids and One Other'' by John Taine, and ''Death's Deputy'' by L. Ron Hubbard. He is also well-known for being part of the crowd surrounding Jack Parsons and renting rooms on his estate.
Lou Goldstone was a prominent science fiction and fantasy artist who contributed art work to a number of fanzines, including [[Diablerie]], aside from his commercial work for magazines and most particularly, for a number of notable science fiction book covers such as ''The Cosmic Geoids and One Other'' by John Taine, and ''Death's Deputy'' by L. Ron Hubbard. He is also well-known for being part of the crowd surrounding Jack Parsons and renting rooms on his estate.

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Fantasia Volume 1,  No. 2 April 1941Cover art by Lou Goldstone
Fantasia
Volume 1, No. 2 April 1941
Cover art by Lou Goldstone

Fantasia was a science fiction and fantasy fanzine by Lou Goldstone.

Fantasia was published in the 1940s in San Francisco, California, U.S.A. Three issues were released, the first in 1940, and the last in July 1941. Associate Editors for the fanzine were George Cowin and Borrie Hyman.

Contributions included the poems Ballet Sol and The Parish Parson by Grady Louis McMurtry. Other poets included Harold Elliott, Corrine Ellsworth, Lou Goldstone, and Hugh McDonald. The first issue also reprinted verses from George Sterling's "A Wine of Wizardry", and the third issue reprinted poems by Goethe.

Lou Goldstone was a prominent science fiction and fantasy artist who contributed art work to a number of fanzines, including Diablerie, aside from his commercial work for magazines and most particularly, for a number of notable science fiction book covers such as The Cosmic Geoids and One Other by John Taine, and Death's Deputy by L. Ron Hubbard. He is also well-known for being part of the crowd surrounding Jack Parsons and renting rooms on his estate.

Lou Goldstone's wife Cynthia Goldstone, is also a well known illustrator for fanzines.

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