Sata Illustrated

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The first issue appeared in 1956. It was reproduced using a ditto machine. ''Sata'' featured weird fiction, comics, and illustrations, with an emphasis on lots of Illustrations, since both editors were artists. After 6 issues had been released Adkins left the zine and Pearson carried on without him.
The first issue appeared in 1956. It was reproduced using a ditto machine. ''Sata'' featured weird fiction, comics, and illustrations, with an emphasis on lots of Illustrations, since both editors were artists. After 6 issues had been released Adkins left the zine and Pearson carried on without him.
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Contributors included George Barr, Richard Bassford, Roger Benson, Alan Dodd, Robert E. Gilbert, Claude Hall ([[Muzzy]]), Larry Ivie,  Roy Krenkel, Charles L. Morris, Amelia Pemberton, and Burnett R. Toskey.
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Contributors included George Barr, Richard Bassford, Roger Benson, Alan Dodd, Robert E. Gilbert, Claude Hall ([[Muzzy]]), Larry Ivie,  Roy Krenkel, and Charles L. Morris with the story, "The Martian Bauble".
Letters came from Harvey Kurtman, among others.
Letters came from Harvey Kurtman, among others.

Revision as of 22:44, 20 June 2011

Sata Illustrated was a science fiction fanzine by Bill Pearson and Dan Adkins.

The first issue appeared in 1956. It was reproduced using a ditto machine. Sata featured weird fiction, comics, and illustrations, with an emphasis on lots of Illustrations, since both editors were artists. After 6 issues had been released Adkins left the zine and Pearson carried on without him.

Contributors included George Barr, Richard Bassford, Roger Benson, Alan Dodd, Robert E. Gilbert, Claude Hall (Muzzy), Larry Ivie, Roy Krenkel, and Charles L. Morris with the story, "The Martian Bauble".

Letters came from Harvey Kurtman, among others.

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