Stars (Farsace)

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'''Stars''' was a science fiction fanzine edited by Larry Farsace ( Born Litterio B. Farsaci in1921, died 2013).
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'''Stars''' was a science fiction fanzine edited by Larry Farsace ( Born Litterio B. Farsaci in 1921, died 2013).
''Stars'' was published as a "Golden Atom Publication", coming from Rochester, New York, U.S.A. Farsace intended it as a supplement to his primary fanzine [[The Golden Atom]]. The second issue appeared in December 1040 -January 1941 and was 14 pages.  
''Stars'' was published as a "Golden Atom Publication", coming from Rochester, New York, U.S.A. Farsace intended it as a supplement to his primary fanzine [[The Golden Atom]]. The second issue appeared in December 1040 -January 1941 and was 14 pages.  

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StarsIssue 2 December 1940-January 1941
Stars
Issue 2 December 1940-January 1941

Stars was a science fiction fanzine edited by Larry Farsace ( Born Litterio B. Farsaci in 1921, died 2013).

Stars was published as a "Golden Atom Publication", coming from Rochester, New York, U.S.A. Farsace intended it as a supplement to his primary fanzine The Golden Atom. The second issue appeared in December 1040 -January 1941 and was 14 pages.

The second issue features the poems "Nostalgia" by H. P. Lovecraft (The United Co-Operative), "Lichens" by Clark Ashton Smith, as well as pieces by Jack Chapman Miske (Scienti-Snaps, Chaos), John Christopher (Christopher Samuel Youd) (The Fantast, Fan Dance), and Jean Howard. The issue also included an article on poetry by Farsaci.

Letters came from Vincent Manning, Harry Warner, Jr. (Spaceways, Horizons), Mary Gnaedinger, Paul Freehafer (Polaris), Erle Korshak, Louis Russell Chauvenet (A, Bonfire), and Francis J. Litz.

Larry Fasace published The Golden Atom from 1939 till 1959.

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