Beowulf

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[[Image:Beowulf2_copy.jpg‎|right|frame|'''Beowulf'''<br/>Issue 2 Winter 1945]]
'''Beowulf''' was a science fiction/fantasy fanzine published by [[Gerry de la Ree]].
'''Beowulf''' was a science fiction/fantasy fanzine published by [[Gerry de la Ree]].
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''Beowulf'' was released in the 1940's and distributed as a [[Fantasy Amateur Press Association]] publication.  
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''Beowulf'' was first released in 1945 and distributed as a [[Fantasy Amateur Press Association]] publication. The second issue is dated Winter 1945.
''Beowulf'' was perhaps best known for "The Beowulf Poll", which asked of science fiction fans who their favorite authors, books and stories were. The results were published in the zine, as well as in another of Gerry de la Ree's titles, [[Sun Spots]].
''Beowulf'' was perhaps best known for "The Beowulf Poll", which asked of science fiction fans who their favorite authors, books and stories were. The results were published in the zine, as well as in another of Gerry de la Ree's titles, [[Sun Spots]].
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Gerry de la Ree also published [[Sun Spots]] and, with [[Genevieve K. Stephens]], co-published the zine [[Loki]] in the 1940s.
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Gerry de la Ree also co-published, with [[Genevieve K. Stephens]], the fanzine [[Loki]] in the 1940s.
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BeowulfIssue 2 Winter 1945
Beowulf
Issue 2 Winter 1945

Beowulf was a science fiction/fantasy fanzine published by Gerry de la Ree.

Beowulf was first released in 1945 and distributed as a Fantasy Amateur Press Association publication. The second issue is dated Winter 1945.

Beowulf was perhaps best known for "The Beowulf Poll", which asked of science fiction fans who their favorite authors, books and stories were. The results were published in the zine, as well as in another of Gerry de la Ree's titles, Sun Spots.

Gerry de la Ree also co-published, with Genevieve K. Stephens, the fanzine Loki in the 1940s.

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