Fantasy-Times

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(New page: '''Fantasy-Times''' was a science fiction fanzine by James V. Taurasi and Ray Van Houten. ''Fantasy Times'' was first released in 1941. While in the service in World War II. Taurasi and V...)
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''Fantasy Times'' was first released in 1941. While in the service in World War II. Taurasi and Van Houten published their fanzine in LaHavre, France. It was issued free to the fans in the Armed Forces.  
''Fantasy Times'' was first released in 1941. While in the service in World War II. Taurasi and Van Houten published their fanzine in LaHavre, France. It was issued free to the fans in the Armed Forces.  
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Upon return from the war ''Fantasy-Times'' was published in New Jersey, U.S.A.
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Contributors of writing included Forrest J. Ackerman ([[Voice of the Imagi-Nation]]), with the column "The Ackerman Report"; Michael Corper, Arthur Jean Cox,Donald E. Ford, Ken Slater, Stephen J. Takacs.
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Photographs were by Jean Carrol and Bob Sheridan. 
in 1955, ''Fantasy-Times'' won the first [[Hugo Award for Best Fanzine]].
in 1955, ''Fantasy-Times'' won the first [[Hugo Award for Best Fanzine]].

Revision as of 03:54, 27 July 2011

Fantasy-Times was a science fiction fanzine by James V. Taurasi and Ray Van Houten.

Fantasy Times was first released in 1941. While in the service in World War II. Taurasi and Van Houten published their fanzine in LaHavre, France. It was issued free to the fans in the Armed Forces.

Upon return from the war Fantasy-Times was published in New Jersey, U.S.A.

Contributors of writing included Forrest J. Ackerman (Voice of the Imagi-Nation), with the column "The Ackerman Report"; Michael Corper, Arthur Jean Cox,Donald E. Ford, Ken Slater, Stephen J. Takacs.

Photographs were by Jean Carrol and Bob Sheridan.

in 1955, Fantasy-Times won the first Hugo Award for Best Fanzine.

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