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Clark Ashton Smith was featured in two volumes, including  May 1944, Vol. 6, #7, with ''Midnight Beach'', and the Winter 1951, Vol.10 #4 featured his ''Not Theirs the Cypress-Arch''.
 
Clark Ashton Smith was featured in two volumes, including  May 1944, Vol. 6, #7, with ''Midnight Beach'', and the Winter 1951, Vol.10 #4 featured his ''Not Theirs the Cypress-Arch''.
  
Stanton Coblentz was also Associate Editor for the poetry publications [[Different]] and [[Challenge]], published by Lilith Lorraine.
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Stanton Coblentz was also Associate Editor for the poetry publications [[Different]] and [[Challenge]], published by Lilith Lorraine. As well, his work was published in such science fiction pulp magazines as ''Fantastic Story Quarterly'', among others.  
  
 
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Wings was a small press publication or "little" magazine edited by Stanton A. Coblentz and published by The Wings Press.

Wings is subtitled "A Quarterly of Verse" It was first published in Mill Valley, California, U.S.A. in 1933, and continued on till the late 1950s.

Contributors included Garth Bentley, R.L. Cook, e.e. cummings, Max Eastman, Otto Freund, R.L. Jenkins, Douglas V. Kane, Lilith Lorraine, J. Corson Miller, Minnie Hite Moody, R.W. Moore, Frank E. Palmer, Hugh Wilgus Ramsaur, David Russell, Sydney King Russell, Leslie Savage, Clark Ashton Smith, Kathleen Sutton, Eunice Thomson, Joseph Upper, and Florence Roper Wilson.

Clark Ashton Smith was featured in two volumes, including May 1944, Vol. 6, #7, with Midnight Beach, and the Winter 1951, Vol.10 #4 featured his Not Theirs the Cypress-Arch.

Stanton Coblentz was also Associate Editor for the poetry publications Different and Challenge, published by Lilith Lorraine. As well, his work was published in such science fiction pulp magazines as Fantastic Story Quarterly, among others.