Paradox

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'''Paradox''' was a science fiction fanzine published and edited by Frank Wilimczyk.
'''Paradox''' was a science fiction fanzine published and edited by Frank Wilimczyk.
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''Paradox'' was published in the early 1940s. At least five issues were released.
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''Paradox'' was published in the early 1940s. At least five issues were released. Issues 4 and 5 appeared in 1943
Contributors of art work included Jim Mooney, among others.
Contributors of art work included Jim Mooney, among others.
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Letters came from [[Art Widner]], among others.
Letters came from [[Art Widner]], among others.
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Frank Wilimczyk later published two issues of [[Ad Interim]] in 1946, and then in the 1960s he wrote fanzine reviews for [[Focal Point]].
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Revision as of 08:45, 26 June 2012

Paradox was a science fiction fanzine published and edited by Frank Wilimczyk.

Paradox was published in the early 1940s. At least five issues were released. Issues 4 and 5 appeared in 1943

Contributors of art work included Jim Mooney, among others.

Contributions of writing included book reviews by Phil Bronson (Scienti-Comics, Peon), and "Behind the Planet Stories Pulp Editor Door", by Larry Shaw, then editor of the pulp magazine Planet Stories, and the fanzine Leprechaun.

Letters came from Art Widner, among others.

Frank Wilimczyk later published two issues of Ad Interim in 1946, and then in the 1960s he wrote fanzine reviews for Focal Point.

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