Muzzy

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'''Muzzy''' was a science fiction fanzine by Claude Hall.
'''Muzzy''' was a science fiction fanzine by Claude Hall.
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''Muzzy'' was re;eased in the 1950s in Brady, Texas, U.S.A. It was the only science fiction fanzine released in Texas at that time. It was a mimeographed fanzine featuring short stories, articles and letters. Claude Hall says, ''Mimeographed it myself on a $30 Sears Roebuck machine that didn't print very well which I suppose was okay because most of the stuff in that fanzine wasn't really worth reading.''  
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''Muzzy'' was released in the 1950s in Brady, Texas, U.S.A. It was the only science fiction fanzine released in Texas at that time. It was a mimeographed fanzine featuring short stories, articles and letters. Claude Hall says, ''Mimeographed it myself on a $30 Sears Roebuck machine that didn't print very well which I suppose was okay because most of the stuff in that fanzine wasn't really worth reading.''  
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At least 10 issues appeared, with issue 10 released in February 1957. The fanzine ended when Hall was drafted for the Korean War.
Claude Hall also wrote short fiction, which was published in ''Other Worlds'' edited by Raymond Palmer ([[The Comet]]), and later several novels.
Claude Hall also wrote short fiction, which was published in ''Other Worlds'' edited by Raymond Palmer ([[The Comet]]), and later several novels.

Revision as of 00:09, 20 June 2011

Muzzy was a science fiction fanzine by Claude Hall.

Muzzy was released in the 1950s in Brady, Texas, U.S.A. It was the only science fiction fanzine released in Texas at that time. It was a mimeographed fanzine featuring short stories, articles and letters. Claude Hall says, Mimeographed it myself on a $30 Sears Roebuck machine that didn't print very well which I suppose was okay because most of the stuff in that fanzine wasn't really worth reading.

At least 10 issues appeared, with issue 10 released in February 1957. The fanzine ended when Hall was drafted for the Korean War.

Claude Hall also wrote short fiction, which was published in Other Worlds edited by Raymond Palmer (The Comet), and later several novels.

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