Fantasia (Higgs)

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'''Fantasia''' was a science fiction fanzine by Ray C. Higgs.
'''Fantasia''' was a science fiction fanzine by Ray C. Higgs.
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At least two issues of ''Fantasia'' were published in Connersville, Indiana, U.S.A., in the early 1950s. The first issue was released near the beginning of 1951, and featured mainly fiction. The second issue appeared in the later part of the year, containing some fiction, but was mostly aimed at Nolacon for 1951.
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At least two issues of ''Fantasia'' were published in Connersville, Indiana, U.S.A., in the early 1950s.  
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Ray C. Higgs was also one of the co-editors of the long running [[The National Fantasy Fan]] during the late 1940s and early 1950s, and in the 1950s also published the fanzines [[Arion]] and [[The Explorer]].
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The first issue was released in 1950, and featured mainly fiction. The front cover art work was by Higgs
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The second issue appeared in September 1951 featuring poetry by Claudette Scanlan and containing some fiction, but was mostly aimed at Nolacon for 1951.
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Ray C. Higgs was also one of the co-editors of the long running [[The National Fantasy Fan]] during the late 1940s and early 1950s, and in the 1950s also published the fanzines [[Arion]] and [[The Explorer]], and five issues of the title [[Sapian]] for SAPS.

Revision as of 00:47, 4 September 2012

Fantasia was a science fiction fanzine by Ray C. Higgs.

At least two issues of Fantasia were published in Connersville, Indiana, U.S.A., in the early 1950s.

The first issue was released in 1950, and featured mainly fiction. The front cover art work was by Higgs

The second issue appeared in September 1951 featuring poetry by Claudette Scanlan and containing some fiction, but was mostly aimed at Nolacon for 1951.

Ray C. Higgs was also one of the co-editors of the long running The National Fantasy Fan during the late 1940s and early 1950s, and in the 1950s also published the fanzines Arion and The Explorer, and five issues of the title Sapian for SAPS.

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