Clark Ashton Smith - Artist

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'''Clark Ashton Smith - Artist''' is a fanzine by [[Gerry de la Ree]] published by the Hyperborian League in Saddle River, New Jersey, U.S.A..
'''Clark Ashton Smith - Artist''' is a fanzine by [[Gerry de la Ree]] published by the Hyperborian League in Saddle River, New Jersey, U.S.A..
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Gerry de la Ree published this memorial to writer and artist Clark Ashton Smith in 1973. It is a 12 page [[One shot|one-time-only]] publication focusing on the artwork, both commercial and non-commercial, of Smith.
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Gerry de la Ree published this memorial to the weird fiction writer and artist Clark Ashton Smith in 1973. Smith's writing and poetry had become popular in ''Weird Tales'' magazine in the 1930s as well as in the fanzines of that era. It is a 12 page [[One shot|one-time-only]] publication focusing on the artwork, both commercial and non-commercial, of Smith.
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In the 1940s Gerry de la Ree had published zines including [[Sun Spots]] and [[Beowulf]] and, with Genevieve K. Stephens, co-published [[Loki]].  
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In the 1940s Gerry de la Ree had published zines a number of zines such as [[Sun Spots]] and [[Beowulf]] and, with [[Genevieve K. Stephens]], co-published [[Loki]].  
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Clark Ashton Smith - Artist is a fanzine by Gerry de la Ree published by the Hyperborian League in Saddle River, New Jersey, U.S.A..

Gerry de la Ree published this memorial to the weird fiction writer and artist Clark Ashton Smith in 1973. Smith's writing and poetry had become popular in Weird Tales magazine in the 1930s as well as in the fanzines of that era. It is a 12 page one-time-only publication focusing on the artwork, both commercial and non-commercial, of Smith.

In the 1940s Gerry de la Ree had published zines a number of zines such as Sun Spots and Beowulf and, with Genevieve K. Stephens, co-published Loki.

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