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Contributors included Forrest J. Ackerman, Will Bryant, Louis Russell Chauvenet, Virginia Combs, Ritter Conway, Joseph Gilbert, Howard Gott, Damon Knight, Harry Jenkins, Jr. H.C. Koenig, Robert W. Lowndes, Ray Martinuk, Jack Chapman Miske ([[Scienti-Snaps]], [[Bizarre]]), Sam Moskowitz, Laetaz U. Sewell, Bob Tucker ([[Le Zombie]]) and [[Harry Warner, Jr.]].
Contributors included Forrest J. Ackerman, Will Bryant, Louis Russell Chauvenet, Virginia Combs, Ritter Conway, Joseph Gilbert, Howard Gott, Damon Knight, Harry Jenkins, Jr. H.C. Koenig, Robert W. Lowndes, Ray Martinuk, Jack Chapman Miske ([[Scienti-Snaps]], [[Bizarre]]), Sam Moskowitz, Laetaz U. Sewell, Bob Tucker ([[Le Zombie]]) and [[Harry Warner, Jr.]].
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FanFare Issue 8 cover by Roy Hunt
FanFare Issue 8 cover by Roy Hunt

FanFare was a science fiction fanzine published by Art Widner in the 1940s, and co-edited with Henry Earl Singleton.

FanFare was published from 1940 till 1943, and 10 issues were released during that time. It was a hektographed publication of around 28 pages. It was the official publication of the Boston Science Fiction Association, "The Stranger".

Contributors included Forrest J. Ackerman, Will Bryant, Louis Russell Chauvenet, Virginia Combs, Ritter Conway, Joseph Gilbert, Howard Gott, Damon Knight, Harry Jenkins, Jr. H.C. Koenig, Robert W. Lowndes, Ray Martinuk, Jack Chapman Miske (Scienti-Snaps, Bizarre), Sam Moskowitz, Laetaz U. Sewell, Bob Tucker (Le Zombie) and Harry Warner, Jr..

Contributing artists include Damon Knight and Roy Hunt.

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