Hymn To Satan

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''Hymn To Satan'' was published in 1941 in Los Angeles, California. U.S.A. It was likely the first filk fanzine. In the second issue of his fanzine [[Sun Trails]], published in October 1941, [[Arthur Louis Joquel II]] noted his intention to create orchestration for ''Hymn To Satan''.
''Hymn To Satan'' was published in 1941 in Los Angeles, California. U.S.A. It was likely the first filk fanzine. In the second issue of his fanzine [[Sun Trails]], published in October 1941, [[Arthur Louis Joquel II]] noted his intention to create orchestration for ''Hymn To Satan''.
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According to F. Towner Laney, writing in Spacewarp #36 (1950), various members of the LASFS were involved in the occult, including Arthur Joquel II and Tigrina: "Joquel asked Ackerman to give him Tigrina to use as the altar for his black mass. Ackie for some reason refused. Most uncooperative, especially when you consider that Tigrina too was a Satanist -- at least she said so in VOM."
Tigrina also published the fanzine [[Vice Versa]].
Tigrina also published the fanzine [[Vice Versa]].
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==External Links==
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*[http://fanac.org/fanzines/Pacificon/Pacificon1pb-20.html Ad for Tigrina and Forrest J. Ackerman from the July 1946 Program Book for the 4th World Science Fiction Convention, Pacificon]

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Hymn To Satan 1941
Hymn To Satan
1941

Hymn To Satan was a one-shot fanzine edited by Tigrina.

Hymn To Satan was published in 1941 in Los Angeles, California. U.S.A. It was likely the first filk fanzine. In the second issue of his fanzine Sun Trails, published in October 1941, Arthur Louis Joquel II noted his intention to create orchestration for Hymn To Satan.

According to F. Towner Laney, writing in Spacewarp #36 (1950), various members of the LASFS were involved in the occult, including Arthur Joquel II and Tigrina: "Joquel asked Ackerman to give him Tigrina to use as the altar for his black mass. Ackie for some reason refused. Most uncooperative, especially when you consider that Tigrina too was a Satanist -- at least she said so in VOM."

Tigrina also published the fanzine Vice Versa.

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