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The first and only issue of ''Science*Fiction'' appeared in January 1945. It was published in New York City, New York, U.S.A., and was distributed both by the [[Fantasy Amateur Press Association]] and Vanguard Amateur Press Association.  
 
The first and only issue of ''Science*Fiction'' appeared in January 1945. It was published in New York City, New York, U.S.A., and was distributed both by the [[Fantasy Amateur Press Association]] and Vanguard Amateur Press Association.  
  
Contributions included fiction by Robert Bloch.
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Contributions included fiction by Robert Bloch, and "The Hills and the Heights" by Judy Zissman (Judith Merril), an editorial on Hiroshima based on interviews by Judy in New York.
  
That same year, Dan and Judy Zissman also published [[Temper!]] with Damon Knight.
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That same year, Judy Zissman also published the first issue of her fanzine [[Temper!]].
  
 
Larry Shaw had previously published the fanzine [[Leprechaun]] earlier in the 1940s. In the 1950s, he did the FAPA zine [[Chooog]], and in the 1960s he co-published [[Axe]] with Noreen Shaw.
 
Larry Shaw had previously published the fanzine [[Leprechaun]] earlier in the 1940s. In the 1950s, he did the FAPA zine [[Chooog]], and in the 1960s he co-published [[Axe]] with Noreen Shaw.

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Science*Fiction
Issue 1 January 1945

Science*Fiction was a science fiction fanzine co-published by Larry Shaw, Dan Zissman, and Judy Zissman (later known as Judith Merril).

The first and only issue of Science*Fiction appeared in January 1945. It was published in New York City, New York, U.S.A., and was distributed both by the Fantasy Amateur Press Association and Vanguard Amateur Press Association.

Contributions included fiction by Robert Bloch, and "The Hills and the Heights" by Judy Zissman (Judith Merril), an editorial on Hiroshima based on interviews by Judy in New York.

That same year, Judy Zissman also published the first issue of her fanzine Temper!.

Larry Shaw had previously published the fanzine Leprechaun earlier in the 1940s. In the 1950s, he did the FAPA zine Chooog, and in the 1960s he co-published Axe with Noreen Shaw.