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'''Scienti-Snaps''' was a fanzine edited by Walter E, Marconette, and later Marconette and Jack Chambers Miske and published as an Empress Publication.  
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'''Scienti-Snaps''' was a fanzine edited by Walter E. Marconette, and later Marconette and Jack Chambers Miske, and published as an Empress Publication.  
''Scienti-Snaps'' was a 26 page fanzine published in Dayton, Ohio, U.S.A. that was comprised of fiction, poetry, columns,  articles and reviews. The first issue appeared in January 1938. Thirteen issues were released, the last in Summer 1940. The first four issues were hectographed and starting in February, 1939, the remainder were mimeographed. One issue was especially prepared for the First National Science Fiction Convention in 1938.   
''Scienti-Snaps'' was a 26 page fanzine published in Dayton, Ohio, U.S.A. that was comprised of fiction, poetry, columns,  articles and reviews. The first issue appeared in January 1938. Thirteen issues were released, the last in Summer 1940. The first four issues were hectographed and starting in February, 1939, the remainder were mimeographed. One issue was especially prepared for the First National Science Fiction Convention in 1938.   

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Scienti-Snaps, Issue One 1940
Scienti-Snaps, Issue One 1940

Scienti-Snaps was a fanzine edited by Walter E. Marconette, and later Marconette and Jack Chambers Miske, and published as an Empress Publication.

Scienti-Snaps was a 26 page fanzine published in Dayton, Ohio, U.S.A. that was comprised of fiction, poetry, columns, articles and reviews. The first issue appeared in January 1938. Thirteen issues were released, the last in Summer 1940. The first four issues were hectographed and starting in February, 1939, the remainder were mimeographed. One issue was especially prepared for the First National Science Fiction Convention in 1938.

Contributions included the first printing of "The Very Old Folk" by H.P. Lovecraft, which was featured in the Summer 1940 issue, dedicated to his memory. Also published in the fanzine were titles such as "The Chestnut Mare" by David H. Keller, "Midas" by Charles R. Tanner, "The Nightmare Lake", a poem by H.P. Lovecraft, "Kaleidoscope" by Walter E. Marconette, "H.P. Lovecraft: Strange Weaver" by J. Chapman, and "Fantasy Footnotes" by Harry Warner, Jr.

Other contributors included Forrest J. Ackerman, Robert A. W. Lowndes, John W. Campbell, Jr., August Derleth, David H. Keller, Henry Kuttner, Leo Margulies, A. Merritt, C. L. Moore, Sam Moskowitz, Ross Rocklynne, Clark Ashton Smith, Donald Wandrei and Richard Wilson, Jr.

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