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Two issues were released, the first in January of 1941, the second in March of 1941.
 
Two issues were released, the first in January of 1941, the second in March of 1941.
  
The first issue contained fiction by Norman Anthony, William Graham, Carlton Greene, Joquel, and Ko Rin; poetry by Mischa Jaroff; and articles by Forrest J Ackerman ([[Voice of the Imagi-Nation]]) and Carlton J. Fassbeinder. Interior illustrations were by Altheda O'Brien.
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The first issue contained fiction by Norman Anthony, William Graham, Carlton Greene, Joquel, and Ko Rin; poetry by Mischa Jaroff; and articles by Forrest J Ackerman ([[Voice of the Imagi-Nation]]) and Carlton J. Fassbeinder (pen name of T. Bruce Yerke, editor of [[The Damned Thing]]). Interior illustrations were by Altheda O'Brien.
  
 
Arthur Joquel also published the fanzines [[FMZ Digest]] and [[Sun Trails]], and was the editor of [[Shangri L'Affaires]] for the years 1942 - 1944. As well, he was a contributing editor to ''Theosophia'' magazine in the 1940s.
 
Arthur Joquel also published the fanzines [[FMZ Digest]] and [[Sun Trails]], and was the editor of [[Shangri L'Affaires]] for the years 1942 - 1944. As well, he was a contributing editor to ''Theosophia'' magazine in the 1940s.

Revision as of 12:00, 3 November 2011

Specula #1 (January 1941)

Specula was a science fiction fanzine edited by Arthur Louis Joquel II published in 1941 from Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.

Two issues were released, the first in January of 1941, the second in March of 1941.

The first issue contained fiction by Norman Anthony, William Graham, Carlton Greene, Joquel, and Ko Rin; poetry by Mischa Jaroff; and articles by Forrest J Ackerman (Voice of the Imagi-Nation) and Carlton J. Fassbeinder (pen name of T. Bruce Yerke, editor of The Damned Thing). Interior illustrations were by Altheda O'Brien.

Arthur Joquel also published the fanzines FMZ Digest and Sun Trails, and was the editor of Shangri L'Affaires for the years 1942 - 1944. As well, he was a contributing editor to Theosophia magazine in the 1940s.