Voice of the Imagi-Nation

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'''Voice of the Imagi-Nation''' was a science fiction fanzine by Forrest J Ackerman.  
'''Voice of the Imagi-Nation''' was a science fiction fanzine by Forrest J Ackerman.  
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Just prior to starting ''Voice of the Imagi-Nation'', Forrest Ackerman had edited [[Imagination!]] for the Los Angeles Science Fiction Society from 1937 till 1938.  
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Just prior to starting ''Voice of the Imagi-Nation'', Forrest Ackerman had edited [[Imagination!]] for the Los Angeles Science Fiction Society from 1937 till 1938. ''Voice of the Imagi-Nation'' was originally a letter column in that fanzine, but was turned into a zine on its own by Ackerman. It was primarily a letter zine.  
Contributors included Henry Kuttner, writing on Satanism.
Contributors included Henry Kuttner, writing on Satanism.

Revision as of 02:22, 8 March 2011

Voice of the Imagi-Nation was a science fiction fanzine by Forrest J Ackerman.

Just prior to starting Voice of the Imagi-Nation, Forrest Ackerman had edited Imagination! for the Los Angeles Science Fiction Society from 1937 till 1938. Voice of the Imagi-Nation was originally a letter column in that fanzine, but was turned into a zine on its own by Ackerman. It was primarily a letter zine.

Contributors included Henry Kuttner, writing on Satanism.

The last issue, #50 appeared in 1947.

In the 1990s, Voice of the Imagi-Nation won the Retro-Hugo Award For Best Fanzine, for 1947 and Forrest Ackerman won the Retro Hugo Award for Best Fan Writer.

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