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[[Image:Gasp9_Pat_patterson_copy.jpg‎|right|frame|'''Gasp!'''<br/>Issue 9<br/>Cover art by [[Pat Patterson]]]]
 
'''Gasp!''' was a science fiction fanzine by Gerald A. Steward.  
 
'''Gasp!''' was a science fiction fanzine by Gerald A. Steward.  
  
Published in Toronto. Ontario, Canada in the 1950s, ''Gasp!'' was one of several fanzines published by the group of fans known as 'The Toronto Derelicts'. At least 20 issues appeared.
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Published in Toronto, Ontario, Canada in the 1950s, ''Gasp!'' was one of several fanzines published by the group of fans known as 'The Toronto Derelicts' and/or 'The Derelict Insurgents'. At least 20 issues appeared.
  
 
Art work was contributed by [[Pat Patterson]], among others.
 
Art work was contributed by [[Pat Patterson]], among others.

Revision as of 18:01, 29 March 2014

Gasp!
Issue 9
Cover art by Pat Patterson

Gasp! was a science fiction fanzine by Gerald A. Steward.

Published in Toronto, Ontario, Canada in the 1950s, Gasp! was one of several fanzines published by the group of fans known as 'The Toronto Derelicts' and/or 'The Derelict Insurgents'. At least 20 issues appeared.

Art work was contributed by Pat Patterson, among others.

Gerald Steward was also the editor of Canadian Fandom during the early 1950s.

Gasp! was a Canadian Amateur Fan Publishers (CAFP) zine which, in the 1950s, also included A Bas by Boyd Raeburn, Damn! by Norman G. Browne, Deja-Vu by P. Howard Lyons, Escape by Fred Woroch, Fie by Harry Calnek, Filler by Norman G. Browne and Dean Grennell, Ibidem by P. Howard Lyons, and Mimi by Georgina Ellis.