Inside and Science Fiction Advertiser

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Inside and Science Fiction Advertiser was a science fiction fanzine published by Ron Smith in New York, N. Y., U.S.A. It won the Hugo Award for Best Fanzine in 1956.

Inside was started by Ron Smith in 1953. In late 1954 it was merged with Science Fiction Advertiser (1952-1953, which had begun as Fantasy Advertiser and published from April 1946 to November 1951) and was renamed Inside and Science Fiction Advertiser. It was published under this title for 3 years, during which it won the Hugo Award. It then ran a further year as Inside Science Fiction. It ceased publication for 4 years and was then revived for 3 issues as Inside with editor Jon White and Ron Smith as Assistant Editor published in October 1962, June 1963 and Summer 1964. The last issue appeared as the transition betweenInside with White as editor and new editor Leland Sapiro, who would rename the zine Riverside Quarterly.

Cover art work was by Dan Adkins, Neil Austin, Marvin Bryer, Morris Scott Dollens, Frank Kelly Freas,Pat Patterson, Ralph Rayburn Phillips, and Cindy Smith.

Contributing illustrators included Jon Arfstrom, Neil Austin, Andrew Backer, Lin Carter, Morris Scott Dollens, Eleazer Durfee, Jack Gaughan, Roy Hunt, Alan Hunter, Dave Jenrette, Frank Jonbrain, Robert Miller, Naaman Peterson and Jack Wilson.

Contributors of writing included Poul Anderson, William Blackbeard, Robert Bloch, Howard Browne, John Payne Brunner (Macabre), David Bunch, Lin Carter, August Derluth, Harlan Ellison, Dave Foley, W.L. Freeman, Randall Garrett, Joe Gibson, Robert Lowndes, Sam Moskowitz, Larry T. Shaw, Bob Tucker (Le Zombie), and Walt Willis (Slant).

Also included are reprints of work by Anthony Boucher, H.P. Lovecraft and Clark Ashton Smith.

Of note are Lin Carter's study of Lovecraft's "in-text" mythical titles; Harlan Ellison's "Hardcover"; William Blackbeard writing on L. Ron Hubbard; and "The Baker Murder Case" by Larry Shaw, writing on Lewis Carroll.

Contributors to the 1960s editions include William Blackbeard, Arthur Jean Cox, Keith Nelson, Leland Sapiro, George O. Smith, and S. Fowler Wright.

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