Phantasmagoria

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Contributors of art work to other issues included Alan Hunter, and [[Harry Turner]] ([[Zenith]]).
Contributors of art work to other issues included Alan Hunter, and [[Harry Turner]] ([[Zenith]]).
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Contributors of writing to other issues included John Brunner, his first appearance in print, and H.J. Campbell, Alan Hunter, Clive Jackson, E.R. James, and the regular column by  Walt Willis called "The Outpost".   
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Contributors of writing to other issues included John Brunner, his first appearance in print, and H.J. Campbell, Alan Hunter, Clive Jackson, E.R. James, Ken Slater, and the regular column by  Walt Willis called "The Outpost".   
Contributions of poetry came from Pete Ridley.   
Contributions of poetry came from Pete Ridley.   

Revision as of 21:08, 14 November 2011

Phantasmagoria was a science fiction and fantasy fanzine by Derek (1928-2008) and Mavis Pickles.

Phantasmagoria was published in Bradford, Yorkshire, England. The first issue was published in November 1950. It was such a success that Mavis and Derek decided to put on NECON, the North-East Science Fiction Convention, held in Bradford on October 14th, 1951. The next issue appeared in Spring 1951 with #3 following in the Summer. After the success of their fanzine, Mavis and Derek decided to put on NECON, the North-East Science Fiction Convention, held in Bradford on October 14th, 1951. Issue 4 was released in Spring 1952, and #5 in Autumn of the same year. Issue 6 came in June 1953, #7 in June, and #8 in November 1954, June of 1955 saw #9, and November #10, with the last issue appearing in 1956. Stan Thomas was co-editor of issues 9 and 10.

Mavis and her brother Derek both attended the 1951 Internation Science-Fiction Festival Convention (Festivention) in London and put out a special issue of their fanzine, Phantasmagoria Vol. 1 No. 3, devoted to the goings-on there. It contained convention reports by Walt Willis (Slant), Derek Pickles, and Bob Shaw, including illustrations by Bob Shaw.

Contributors of art work to other issues included Alan Hunter, and Harry Turner (Zenith).

Contributors of writing to other issues included John Brunner, his first appearance in print, and H.J. Campbell, Alan Hunter, Clive Jackson, E.R. James, Ken Slater, and the regular column by Walt Willis called "The Outpost".

Contributions of poetry came from Pete Ridley.

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