The Fantasite

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'''The Fantasite''' was a science fiction fanzine by Phil Bronson, published as the "Official Organ of the Minneapolis Fantasy Society".
'''The Fantasite''' was a science fiction fanzine by Phil Bronson, published as the "Official Organ of the Minneapolis Fantasy Society".

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The Fantasite Issue 4 Cover Art by Phil Bronson 1941
The Fantasite Issue 4 Cover Art by Phil Bronson 1941

The Fantasite was a science fiction fanzine by Phil Bronson, published as the "Official Organ of the Minneapolis Fantasy Society".

The first issue ofThe Fatasite was published in 1940 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S.A. until the editor moved to California in 1942. Twelve issues of The Fantasite were released, the last issue appearing in February 1944.

Contributions are by Forrest Ackerman (Voice of the Imagi-Nation), Doug Blakely, R.W. (Redd) Boggs (Sky Hook), Ray Bradbury (Futuria Fantasia), Donn Brazier, Louis Russell Chauvenet, Gerry de la Ree (Loki, Sun Spots), Gordon Dickson, Larry B. Farcasi (The Golden Atom), Joe Gilbert (The Southern Star), Harry Jenkins (Fanart), Damon Knight, Phil Lehr, Walter Leibscher, R.W. Lowndes, Lew Martin (The Alchemist), Alan P. Roberts, Samuel D. Russell, Louis C. Smith, Bob Tucker (Le Zombie), Basil Wells, and T. Bruce Yerke (The Damn Thing).

Contributions of art work came from Phil Bronson, Morris Scott Dollens, John Gergen, R.A. Hoffman, Bob Jones, Arthur Osterlund, Sherman W. Schultz, and Art Widner (FanFare).

Covers were by Phil Bronson, Ronald Clynes, Morris Scott Dollens, Arthur Osterlund.

Phil Bronson also published Scienti-Comics.

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