The International Observer of Science and Science Fiction
The International Observer of Science and Science Fiction was a fanzine edited by John B. Michel, Frederik Pohl, and Donald Wollheim in the 1930s.
Michel was the chief editor for the first 16 issues (September 1934 to September 1936). Pohl took over the editorship for issues 17 to 20, and Wollheim was the editor for the twenty-first and final issue (June 1937). The Associate Editors were David A. Kyle and Arthur L. Selikowitz. It was published in Long Island City, New York, U.S.A. by William S. Sykora.
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.