Margaret Dominick (DEA)

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In ''Hard Science Tales'', issue 8 (2005), Joyce Katz mentions that Margaret Dominick was originally from Transylvania. She began to contribute her art work to fanzines in the U.S.A. in the 1940s, and was soon doing illustrations and covers for the most popular fanzines of the day, including the cover for [[Vega]], Issue 8, released in 1952,  one of her most striking works. She continued to do illustrations into the 1970s, with covers for the fanzine  [[Gorbett]], issue 4, published in 1973, among others.  
In ''Hard Science Tales'', issue 8 (2005), Joyce Katz mentions that Margaret Dominick was originally from Transylvania. She began to contribute her art work to fanzines in the U.S.A. in the 1940s, and was soon doing illustrations and covers for the most popular fanzines of the day, including the cover for [[Vega]], Issue 8, released in 1952,  one of her most striking works. She continued to do illustrations into the 1970s, with covers for the fanzine  [[Gorbett]], issue 4, published in 1973, among others.  
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Later in the 2000s, her art work would be reprinted in fanzines such as [[No Award]].
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Revision as of 19:58, 2 November 2011

Margaret Dominick was a fan artist who always signed her work as DEA.

In Hard Science Tales, issue 8 (2005), Joyce Katz mentions that Margaret Dominick was originally from Transylvania. She began to contribute her art work to fanzines in the U.S.A. in the 1940s, and was soon doing illustrations and covers for the most popular fanzines of the day, including the cover for Vega, Issue 8, released in 1952, one of her most striking works. She continued to do illustrations into the 1970s, with covers for the fanzine Gorbett, issue 4, published in 1973, among others.

Later in the 2000s, her art work would be reprinted in fanzines such as No Award.

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