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Olon F. Wiggins also published [[Galaxy (U.S.A.)|Galaxy]].
Olon F. Wiggins also published [[Galaxy (U.S.A.)|Galaxy]].
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The Science Fiction Fan was a fanzine published by Olon F. Wiggins.

The first issue was released in July 1936. More than 55 issues of this title were published in Denver, Colorado, U.S.A.before the last issue, #55, appeared in February 1941. The Associate Editor was P.J. Searles.

Contributors included Forrest J. Ackerman (Imagination!), Ray Bradbury (Futuria Fantasia), Ted Carnell (Novae Terrae), Willis Conover (Science-Fantasy Correspondent), Cyril Cornbluth, Meryn Evans, Ralph Milne Farley, John Russell Fearn, Jack Gilllespie, Harold Hersey, R.A. Leadabrand, Robert Madle (Fantascience Digest), Sam Moskowirz (Helios), Lawrence Paschall, Frederik Pohl (The International Observer of Science and Science Fiction), Jack Speer, Bob Tucker (Le Zombie), and Donald Wollheim (The Phantagraph) was a Contributing Editor.

Art Editor was James M. Rogers, and illustrations came from Morris S. Dollens.

Included was an article on Stanton Coblentz (Wings), an interview with Jack Williamson, and the article "The Last of Lovecraft" by John B. Michel (Terrible Tales of Tittering Terror).

Olon F. Wiggins also published Galaxy.