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''Fiendetta'' included columns by Dave E.N. Parker, Russ Watkins, and Art Wesley.
 
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*[http://fanac.org/fanzines/Entropy/Entropy1-14.html "the little boy who bit people" by David English, from '''Fiendetta''']
  
 
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Fiendetta is a science fiction fanzine by Charles Wells, published in Savanna, Georgia, U.S.A.

Fiendetta was a hektographed and mimeographed fanzine. It contained an editorial by the editor, articles, columns, art work, and a letters column.

At least fourteen issues were released from September 1952 to 1956.

Artwork was by Lee Hoffman (Quandry) and Charles Wells. The two artists collaborated on five colour covers for the zine. Other covers were by Max Keasler.

Columns were contributed by Larry Anderson (Scintilla), Don Cantin, Dave Parker, Russ Watkins, and Art Wesley.

Other contributions of writing were by Redd Boggs (Sky Hook), Harlan Ellison (Science Fantasy Bulletin), Dave English (Fantasias), Lee Hoffman, Karl King, J.T. Oliver, and Dale Tarr.

Poetry was contributed by Katherine Antonescu, Tedd Dameck, Jesse Floyd, Dale Tarr, Charles Wells, and others.

Fiendetta included columns by Dave E.N. Parker, Russ Watkins, and Art Wesley.

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