Gerry de la Ree

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Gerry de la Ree began publishing fanzines in Westwood, New Jersey, U.S.A. in the 1930s. One of his earliest zines was [[Sun Spots]]. 28 issues of this publication appeared, starting in 1939, and running until Spring 1946. It was  followed by [[The Scientifiction Scout]] in 1942 and [[Space Flight...When?]] in 1946. In 1948 he published [[Loki]] with co-editor Genevieve K. Stephens. Two issues appeared, one in Spring 1948 and the next in Summer 1948.
Gerry de la Ree began publishing fanzines in Westwood, New Jersey, U.S.A. in the 1930s. One of his earliest zines was [[Sun Spots]]. 28 issues of this publication appeared, starting in 1939, and running until Spring 1946. It was  followed by [[The Scientifiction Scout]] in 1942 and [[Space Flight...When?]] in 1946. In 1948 he published [[Loki]] with co-editor Genevieve K. Stephens. Two issues appeared, one in Spring 1948 and the next in Summer 1948.
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In the 1970s Gerry de la Ree ran a small run independent press publishing books by Lovecraft, Poe and art books. He published several books featuring art work by artists who contributed to fanzines and prozines. One of the first was the book devoted to the art of Hannes Bok. In 1973 he published ''Grotesques and Fantastiques by Clark Ashton Smith'', and in 1974 he released "Klarkash-ton and Monstro Ligriv", with previously unpublished poems and art by Clark Ashton Smith and Virgil Finlay, including correspondence between the two artists. In 1977 he released ''Edd Cartier: The Known and the Unknown''. He also released books with the art of Stephen Fabian, Virgil Finlay, and other fantasy sf artists.  
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In the 1970s Gerry de la Ree ran a small run independent press publishing books by Lovecraft, Poe and art books. He published several books featuring art work by artists who contributed to fanzines and prozines. One of the first was the book devoted to the art of [[Hannes Bok]]. In 1973 he published ''Grotesques and Fantastiques by Clark Ashton Smith'', and in 1974 he released "Klarkash-ton and Monstro Ligriv", with previously unpublished poems and art by Clark Ashton Smith and Virgil Finlay, including correspondence between the two artists. In 1977 he released ''Edd Cartier: The Known and the Unknown''. He also released books with the art of Stephen Fabian, Virgil Finlay, and other fantasy sf artists.  
Gerry de la Ree was also an art collector who specialized in SF and fantasy work, particularly the cover art from pulp magazines of the 1930s till the 1980s.  
Gerry de la Ree was also an art collector who specialized in SF and fantasy work, particularly the cover art from pulp magazines of the 1930s till the 1980s.  

Revision as of 02:50, 11 March 2011

Gerry de la Ree was a science fiction and fantasy fanzine publisher.

Gerry de la Ree began publishing fanzines in Westwood, New Jersey, U.S.A. in the 1930s. One of his earliest zines was Sun Spots. 28 issues of this publication appeared, starting in 1939, and running until Spring 1946. It was followed by The Scientifiction Scout in 1942 and Space Flight...When? in 1946. In 1948 he published Loki with co-editor Genevieve K. Stephens. Two issues appeared, one in Spring 1948 and the next in Summer 1948.

In the 1970s Gerry de la Ree ran a small run independent press publishing books by Lovecraft, Poe and art books. He published several books featuring art work by artists who contributed to fanzines and prozines. One of the first was the book devoted to the art of Hannes Bok. In 1973 he published Grotesques and Fantastiques by Clark Ashton Smith, and in 1974 he released "Klarkash-ton and Monstro Ligriv", with previously unpublished poems and art by Clark Ashton Smith and Virgil Finlay, including correspondence between the two artists. In 1977 he released Edd Cartier: The Known and the Unknown. He also released books with the art of Stephen Fabian, Virgil Finlay, and other fantasy sf artists.

Gerry de la Ree was also an art collector who specialized in SF and fantasy work, particularly the cover art from pulp magazines of the 1930s till the 1980s.

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