Polaris

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Six issues were published of this zine between the years 1939 and 1941. It was devoted to "weird" fiction and stories.  
Six issues were published of this zine between the years 1939 and 1941. It was devoted to "weird" fiction and stories.  
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''Polaris'' features fiction by Robert Barlow, Ray Bradbury, John F. Burke ([[Satellite]]), Damon Knight, Jack Chapman Miske, Bob Tucker and Don Wollheim. It also included art work by Hannes Bok.  
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''Polaris'' features fiction by Robert Barlow, Ray Bradbury, John F. Burke ([[Satellite]]), Damon Knight, Jack Chapman Miske, Bob Tucker and Donald Wollheim ([[The Phantagraph]]). It also included art work by Hannes Bok.  
Vol 1, issue 4, published in September of 1940 included "The Tree on the Hill" by Duane Rimel, which had been revised by [[H.P. Lovecraft]] in 1934, and this was the first publication of it. Rimel was a correspondent of Lovecraft's from 1934 till 37. He was also one of the co-editors of [[The Acolyte]].  
Vol 1, issue 4, published in September of 1940 included "The Tree on the Hill" by Duane Rimel, which had been revised by [[H.P. Lovecraft]] in 1934, and this was the first publication of it. Rimel was a correspondent of Lovecraft's from 1934 till 37. He was also one of the co-editors of [[The Acolyte]].  

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Polaris, Vol 1 Issue 4 1940
Polaris, Vol 1 Issue 4 1940

Polaris is a fanzine published by Paul Freehafer (d. 1944) in the 1930s in Payette, Indiana, and later in the 1940s in Pasadena, and then Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.

Six issues were published of this zine between the years 1939 and 1941. It was devoted to "weird" fiction and stories.

Polaris features fiction by Robert Barlow, Ray Bradbury, John F. Burke (Satellite), Damon Knight, Jack Chapman Miske, Bob Tucker and Donald Wollheim (The Phantagraph). It also included art work by Hannes Bok.

Vol 1, issue 4, published in September of 1940 included "The Tree on the Hill" by Duane Rimel, which had been revised by H.P. Lovecraft in 1934, and this was the first publication of it. Rimel was a correspondent of Lovecraft's from 1934 till 37. He was also one of the co-editors of The Acolyte.

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