Terrible Tales of Tittering Terror

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'''Terrible Tales of Tittering Terror''' is a fanzine published by John B. Michel and [[Donald Wollheim]].  
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[[Image:Terrible_Tales.jpg‎|right|frame|'''Terrible Tales of Tittering Terror''' 1937]]
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'''Terrible Tales of Tittering Terror''' is a fanzine published by [[John B. Michel]] and [[Donald Wollheim]] in Brooklyn, N.Y., U.S.A.  
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''Terrible Tales of Tittering Tales'' is a humourous [[one shot zine]] consisting of 4 pages, published in January 1037. it consisted only of a table of contents, which poked good natured fun at many of the acquaintances of the editors.
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''Terrible Tales of Tittering Tales'' is a humourous one shot zine consisting of 4 pages, published in January, 1937. It consisted only of a table of contents; according to the "publisher's note", the "printers were so terrified by the stories therein, they were unable to continue any further".
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Donald Wollheim also published [[The Phantagraph]], and both Wollheim and John Michel were co-editors, along with Frederik Pohl, of [[The International Observer of Science and Science Fiction]].
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Terrible Tales of Tittering Terror 1937
Terrible Tales of Tittering Terror 1937

Terrible Tales of Tittering Terror is a fanzine published by John B. Michel and Donald Wollheim in Brooklyn, N.Y., U.S.A.

Terrible Tales of Tittering Tales is a humourous one shot zine consisting of 4 pages, published in January, 1937. It consisted only of a table of contents; according to the "publisher's note", the "printers were so terrified by the stories therein, they were unable to continue any further".

Donald Wollheim also published The Phantagraph, and both Wollheim and John Michel were co-editors, along with Frederik Pohl, of The International Observer of Science and Science Fiction.

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