Macabre (Canada)

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Issue two came out in June 1948 featuring a blue cover, and was 36 pages. Included were articles by David H. Keller and Joe Shaumburger, fiction by Art Rapp ([[Spacewarp]]), a puzzle by Redd Boggs ([[Sky Hook]]), and "Departments and Features" by the editors and Leslie Croutch. Also included are film reviews by Bill Grant, and a letters column and illustrations by the editors.  
Issue two came out in June 1948 featuring a blue cover, and was 36 pages. Included were articles by David H. Keller and Joe Shaumburger, fiction by Art Rapp ([[Spacewarp]]), a puzzle by Redd Boggs ([[Sky Hook]]), and "Departments and Features" by the editors and Leslie Croutch. Also included are film reviews by Bill Grant, and a letters column and illustrations by the editors.  
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*[http://efanzines.com/Macabre/index.htm "macabre: an introduction to Don Hutchison's 40's zine" by Taral Wayne]
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Macabre Issue One 1948
Macabre Issue One 1948

Macabre was a zine published in 1948 by Don Hutchison and Jack Doherty of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Both editors were members of the fan group "The Derelicts", associated with the science fiction fanzine Canadian Fandom.

Macabre was a mimeographed and stapled publication. Issue one appeared in March 1948 and was 24 pages, featuring articles by Forrest J. Ackerman and Joe Kennedy (Vampire) and "Departments" by the editors Hutchison and Doherty, as well as a column called "Hodgepodge" by Leslie Croutch, and a column by William D. Grant. Illustrations are by William "Bill" Rotsler and the editors.

Issue two came out in June 1948 featuring a blue cover, and was 36 pages. Included were articles by David H. Keller and Joe Shaumburger, fiction by Art Rapp (Spacewarp), a puzzle by Redd Boggs (Sky Hook), and "Departments and Features" by the editors and Leslie Croutch. Also included are film reviews by Bill Grant, and a letters column and illustrations by the editors.

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