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'''The International Observer of Science and Science Fiction''' was a fanzine edited by Frederik Pohl in the 1930s.
 
'''The International Observer of Science and Science Fiction''' was a fanzine edited by Frederik Pohl in the 1930s.
  
The Associate Editors were [[Donald Wollheim]], John B. Michel, David A. Kyle and Arthur L. Selikowitz. It was published in Long Island City, New York, U.S.A. by William S. Sykora.  
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The Associate Editors were [[Donald Wollheim]], John B. Michel, David A. Kyle and Arthur L. Selikowitz. It was published in Long Island City, New York, U.S.A. by William S. Sykora.
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Twenty-one issues were published between September 1934 and June 1937.  
  
 
The publication featured articles by [[H. P. Lovecraft]] and poetry by Clark Ashton Smith.  
 
The publication featured articles by [[H. P. Lovecraft]] and poetry by Clark Ashton Smith.  

Revision as of 14:29, 19 October 2011

The International Observer of Science and Science Fiction Issue 19, Cover by John B. Michel January 1937

The International Observer of Science and Science Fiction was a fanzine edited by Frederik Pohl in the 1930s.

The Associate Editors were Donald Wollheim, John B. Michel, David A. Kyle and Arthur L. Selikowitz. It was published in Long Island City, New York, U.S.A. by William S. Sykora.

Twenty-one issues were published between September 1934 and June 1937.

The publication featured articles by H. P. Lovecraft and poetry by Clark Ashton Smith.

Contributors included James Blish (The Planeteer), Daniel C. Burford, J. Harvey Haggard, Edmond Hamilton, David H. Keller, Clifton B. Kruse, Lawrence Manning, A. Merritt, Raymond Palmer (The Comet), Milton Rothman (Fantasy Fiction Telegram), E.E. Smith, William Sykora, Robert A. Waite, Jack Williamson, as well as the publisher, editor and associate editors.

In the 1930s, John B. Michel and Donald Wollheim also co-published the humorous zine Terrible Tales of Tittering Terror, and on his own Wollheim edited The Phantagraph.