Alien Culture

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''Alien Culture'' was first released in 1940. Four issues appeared that year, the second issue appearing in April. It featured an essay on the short stories of Clark Ashton Smith by Eldred Smith.  
''Alien Culture'' was first released in 1940. Four issues appeared that year, the second issue appearing in April. It featured an essay on the short stories of Clark Ashton Smith by Eldred Smith.  
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Other contributors to ''Alien Culture'' included Evan H. Appleman, Joseph B. Baker, R. Flavie Carson,  Walter A Coslet ([[The Scientifictionist]]), August Derleth, R. L. Farnsworth, Dale Hart, David H. Keller, J.C. May, H. T. McAdams, and Genevieve K. Stephens ([[Loki]]).  
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Other contributors to ''Alien Culture'' included Evan H. Appleman, Joseph B. Baker, R. Flavie Carson,  Walter A Coslet ([[The Scientifictionist]]), August Derleth, R. L. Farnsworth, Dale Hart, David H. Keller, J.C. May, H. T. McAdams, and [[Genevieve K. Stephens]] ([[Loki]]).  
Illustrations were contributed by John Cockroft and [[Bill Rotsler|William Rotsler]].
Illustrations were contributed by John Cockroft and [[Bill Rotsler|William Rotsler]].

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Alien Culture was a science fiction, fantasy and weird stories fanzine by Jim Leary.

Alien Culture was first released in 1940. Four issues appeared that year, the second issue appearing in April. It featured an essay on the short stories of Clark Ashton Smith by Eldred Smith.

Other contributors to Alien Culture included Evan H. Appleman, Joseph B. Baker, R. Flavie Carson, Walter A Coslet (The Scientifictionist), August Derleth, R. L. Farnsworth, Dale Hart, David H. Keller, J.C. May, H. T. McAdams, and Genevieve K. Stephens (Loki).

Illustrations were contributed by John Cockroft and William Rotsler.

Cover art was by D. Bruce Berry.

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