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Contributors  for #1 included Claire P. Beck, Eando Binder, and Roy A. Squires.
Contributors  for #1 included Claire P. Beck, Eando Binder, and Roy A. Squires.
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November brought #2, with contributions from John W. Campbe;;, John D. Clark, and H.C. Koenig.
Contributors for # 3 from Jan.-Feb. 1939 included John D. Clark, Roy Squires and [[Harry Warner, Jr.]] ([[Spaceways]]).
Contributors for # 3 from Jan.-Feb. 1939 included John D. Clark, Roy Squires and [[Harry Warner, Jr.]] ([[Spaceways]]).
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Contributors for #5, released July 1939 included John W. Campbell, H.C. Koenig, and Willy Ley.  
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Issue 4, dated Mar.-Apr. 1939, included John W. Campbell, John D. Clark, L. Sprague de Camp, and Harry Warner.
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Contributors for #5, released July 1939 included John W. Campbell, H.C. Koenig, and Willy Ley.
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Issue 6 covered the World Science Fiction Convention and was published in Jan. 1940. Included was Willy Ley, Frank R. Paul, and Will Sylora. 
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Revision as of 02:40, 29 July 2011

New Fandom is a science fiction fanzine by Sam Moskowitz.

Following his first fanzine, Helios, Sam Moskowitx released New Fandom. The first issue was published in Long Island City, New York, U.S.A. in September-October 1928.

The cover of each issue was silk screened by Art Director James V. Taurasi.

Contributors for #1 included Claire P. Beck, Eando Binder, and Roy A. Squires.

November brought #2, with contributions from John W. Campbe;;, John D. Clark, and H.C. Koenig.

Contributors for # 3 from Jan.-Feb. 1939 included John D. Clark, Roy Squires and Harry Warner, Jr. (Spaceways).

Issue 4, dated Mar.-Apr. 1939, included John W. Campbell, John D. Clark, L. Sprague de Camp, and Harry Warner.

Contributors for #5, released July 1939 included John W. Campbell, H.C. Koenig, and Willy Ley.

Issue 6 covered the World Science Fiction Convention and was published in Jan. 1940. Included was Willy Ley, Frank R. Paul, and Will Sylora.

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