The Fantasmith

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''The Fantasmith'' was released in May 1953 through the [[Fantasy Amateur Press Association]]. It was a single issue release.
''The Fantasmith'' was released in May 1953 through the [[Fantasy Amateur Press Association]]. It was a single issue release.
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Contributors were Calvin Thomas Beck, and Ben Singer with a piece called "G-Rump-Ta-Tat". Also included were reprints of "The Wicked Clergyman" by [[H. P. Lovecraft]], and "Woods" by Richard Shaver ([[The Shaver Mystery Magazine]]), with illustrations by Margaret Dominick (as DEA).
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Contributors were Calvin Thomas Beck, and Ben Singer with a piece called "G-Rump-Ta-Tat". Also included were reprints of "The Wicked Clergyman" by [[H. P. Lovecraft]], and "Woods" by Richard Shaver ([[The Shaver Mystery Magazine]]), with illustrations by [[Margaret Dominick (DEA)|Margaret Dominick (as DEA)]].
The cover art work was by Max Keasler.  
The cover art work was by Max Keasler.  

Revision as of 19:22, 2 November 2011

The Fantasmith was a wierd fiction fanzine by Van Splawn.

The Fantasmith was released in May 1953 through the Fantasy Amateur Press Association. It was a single issue release.

Contributors were Calvin Thomas Beck, and Ben Singer with a piece called "G-Rump-Ta-Tat". Also included were reprints of "The Wicked Clergyman" by H. P. Lovecraft, and "Woods" by Richard Shaver (The Shaver Mystery Magazine), with illustrations by Margaret Dominick (as DEA).

The cover art work was by Max Keasler.

Van Splawn also released the science fiction poetry fanzine Soma, as well as the fanzines Mara, Sevagram, and co-edited Phoenix, which was renamed The Star Rover, with F. Lee Baldwin and Fritz Hoffmann.

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