Djinn

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The second issue is dated August 1952, and was included in the 60th mailing of The [[Fantasy Amateur Press Association]]. It included articles and fanzines reviews by Splawn, and cover art and interior illustrations by Kraushaar.
The second issue is dated August 1952, and was included in the 60th mailing of The [[Fantasy Amateur Press Association]]. It included articles and fanzines reviews by Splawn, and cover art and interior illustrations by Kraushaar.
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Splawn was a prolific editor from the mid-1940s to the mid-1950s, whose other fanzines included [[The Fantasmith]], Mars, Prometheus, [[Soma]], [[The Star Rover]], Symphony, and [[Worlds Apart]].
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Splawn was a prolific editor from the mid-1940s to the mid-1950s, whose other fanzines included [[The Fantasmith]], ''Mars'', ''Prometheus'', [[Sevagram]], [[Soma]], [[The Star Rover]], ''Symphony'', and [[Worlds Apart]].
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Djinn was a science fiction and fantasy zine edited by Van Splawn in St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A.

Two issues appeared in 1952.

The second issue is dated August 1952, and was included in the 60th mailing of The Fantasy Amateur Press Association. It included articles and fanzines reviews by Splawn, and cover art and interior illustrations by Kraushaar.

Splawn was a prolific editor from the mid-1940s to the mid-1950s, whose other fanzines included The Fantasmith, Mars, Prometheus, Sevagram, Soma, The Star Rover, Symphony, and Worlds Apart.

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