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''Spaceship'' was also a split zine that was combined with other zines such as [[Wylde Star]].
''Spaceship'' was also a split zine that was combined with other zines such as [[Wylde Star]].
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Contributors included Robert Bloch, Redd Boggs ([[Sky Hooks]]), Roger Dard, Harlan Ellison, Richard Elsberry,  Charles Gregory, Dean A. Grennell, Bert Hirschhorn,  Lawrence Saunders and Charles Wells.
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Contributors included Robert Bloch, Redd Boggs ([[Sky Hook]]), Roger Dard, Harlan Ellison, Richard Elsberry,  Charles Gregory, Dean A. Grennell, Bert Hirschhorn,  Lawrence Saunders and Charles Wells.
Also of note is an article by Hal Shapiro on the art of Rosaleen Norton, whose book has just been banned in the U.S.A.   
Also of note is an article by Hal Shapiro on the art of Rosaleen Norton, whose book has just been banned in the U.S.A.   

Revision as of 12:44, 24 February 2011

Spaceship was a science fiction fanzine published by Robert Silverberg in New York, U.S.A.

Robert Silverberg began published Spaceship in 1949 when he was 15 years old. It ran for a number of years in the 1950's, and by 1954 he was celebrating the 5th anniversary with his twenty-fifth issue. By this time he was a member of the Fantasy Amateur Press Association and his zine was included in their mail-outs.

Spaceship was also a split zine that was combined with other zines such as Wylde Star.

Contributors included Robert Bloch, Redd Boggs (Sky Hook), Roger Dard, Harlan Ellison, Richard Elsberry, Charles Gregory, Dean A. Grennell, Bert Hirschhorn, Lawrence Saunders and Charles Wells.

Also of note is an article by Hal Shapiro on the art of Rosaleen Norton, whose book has just been banned in the U.S.A.

Artwork was contributed by Rita Adams, Dean A. Grennell, Jerry Hopkins, James Lewis, Bill Rotsler, and Richard Z. Ward.

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