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The first issue appeared in 1942, published in Washington, U.S.A. Editors for the fanzine included Francis T. Laney, Duane Rimel and Samuel D. Russell. The first two issues were hectographed and the subsequent issues were mimeographed.  
 
The first issue appeared in 1942, published in Washington, U.S.A. Editors for the fanzine included Francis T. Laney, Duane Rimel and Samuel D. Russell. The first two issues were hectographed and the subsequent issues were mimeographed.  
  
''The Acolyte'' included "The Cthulhu Mythology: A Glossary" by Francis T. Laney, essays by Fritz Leiber about Lovecraft's fiction, as well as fiction in the fantasy and supernatural genres, and poetry. Also featured were contributions by Clark Ashton Smith, as well as many previously unpublished essays by Lovecraft. Other contributors included Robert Barlow and Donald Wandrei, and cover art work by Alva Rogers.
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Issue One featured the "map of Arkham", drawn by H.P. Lovecraft. Other issues of ''The Acolyte'' included "The Cthulhu Mythology: A Glossary" by Francis T. Laney, essays by Fritz Leiber about Lovecraft's fiction, as well as fiction in the fantasy and supernatural genres, and poetry. Also featured were contributions by Clark Ashton Smith, as well as many previously unpublished essays by Lovecraft. Other contributors included Robert Barlow, E. Hoffmann Price and Donald Wandrei, and cover art work by Alva Rogers.
  
 
Four issues of ''The Acolyte'' were published in Washington 1943, and three in 1944. The winter of 1945 saw one issue released, after which the publisher, Francis Laney, moved to Los Angeles, where he released three more issues that year. In 1946 the last two issues were released.
 
Four issues of ''The Acolyte'' were published in Washington 1943, and three in 1944. The winter of 1945 saw one issue released, after which the publisher, Francis Laney, moved to Los Angeles, where he released three more issues that year. In 1946 the last two issues were released.

Revision as of 15:47, 11 February 2011

The Acolyte was a fanzine devoted to H. P. Lovecraft and his circle, published by Francis T. Laney in the 1940s.

The first issue appeared in 1942, published in Washington, U.S.A. Editors for the fanzine included Francis T. Laney, Duane Rimel and Samuel D. Russell. The first two issues were hectographed and the subsequent issues were mimeographed.

Issue One featured the "map of Arkham", drawn by H.P. Lovecraft. Other issues of The Acolyte included "The Cthulhu Mythology: A Glossary" by Francis T. Laney, essays by Fritz Leiber about Lovecraft's fiction, as well as fiction in the fantasy and supernatural genres, and poetry. Also featured were contributions by Clark Ashton Smith, as well as many previously unpublished essays by Lovecraft. Other contributors included Robert Barlow, E. Hoffmann Price and Donald Wandrei, and cover art work by Alva Rogers.

Four issues of The Acolyte were published in Washington 1943, and three in 1944. The winter of 1945 saw one issue released, after which the publisher, Francis Laney, moved to Los Angeles, where he released three more issues that year. In 1946 the last two issues were released.