The Cambridge Scene

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Reporting in [[Focal Point]] #8, from May 1965, rich brown and Mike McInerney write; "Mythical Cambridge Fandom writing in the person of Paul Williams says that ''The Cambridge Scene'' with stuff by Larry Stark, Bill Sarill and Dave English is out and selling. Names like Hitchcock, Vanderwerf, and Williams floar around the editorial page. The second issue if dummied and ready to roll as soon as the first sells out."  
Reporting in [[Focal Point]] #8, from May 1965, rich brown and Mike McInerney write; "Mythical Cambridge Fandom writing in the person of Paul Williams says that ''The Cambridge Scene'' with stuff by Larry Stark, Bill Sarill and Dave English is out and selling. Names like Hitchcock, Vanderwerf, and Williams floar around the editorial page. The second issue if dummied and ready to roll as soon as the first sells out."  
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Contributors were David English ([[Fantasia]] and William Sarill.
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Contributors were David English ([[Fantasias]]) and William Sarill.
Larry Stark and Jean Young had previously published [[Garage Floor]], and [[Tra-La]].
Larry Stark and Jean Young had previously published [[Garage Floor]], and [[Tra-La]].

Revision as of 19:16, 30 March 2012

The Cambridge Scene was a science fiction fanzine by Larry Stark and Jena Young.

Published in Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A. in the 1960s, two issue of The Cambridge Scene appeared.

Reporting in Focal Point #8, from May 1965, rich brown and Mike McInerney write; "Mythical Cambridge Fandom writing in the person of Paul Williams says that The Cambridge Scene with stuff by Larry Stark, Bill Sarill and Dave English is out and selling. Names like Hitchcock, Vanderwerf, and Williams floar around the editorial page. The second issue if dummied and ready to roll as soon as the first sells out."

Contributors were David English (Fantasias) and William Sarill.

Larry Stark and Jean Young had previously published Garage Floor, and Tra-La.

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