W. Paul Ganley

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During the run of ''Fan-Fare'', Ganley also released [[Snowflakes in the Sun]],  a one-issue-only poemzine. It was published in 1952, though the Preface is dated March 9, 1953. It is subtitled "A Collection of Fantasy Verse." In the Preface, though, Ganley comments that "many of the poems herein belong to the realm of science-fiction." Also during this time, he was one of the co-editors of [[Cataclysm]].
During the run of ''Fan-Fare'', Ganley also released [[Snowflakes in the Sun]],  a one-issue-only poemzine. It was published in 1952, though the Preface is dated March 9, 1953. It is subtitled "A Collection of Fantasy Verse." In the Preface, though, Ganley comments that "many of the poems herein belong to the realm of science-fiction." Also during this time, he was one of the co-editors of [[Cataclysm]].
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However, Ganley is perhaps best known for his contributions to the genre of weird fiction and horror. Ganley returned to publishing in the 1970s with the release of [[Eerie Country]], devoted to weird fiction, suspense and horror stories, and poetry. Published in Buffalo, New York, U.S.A., nine issues were released, the first issue appeared in 1976, and the last in 1982.
Starting in 1980, Ganley published [[Amanita Brandy]], a small press publication of weird, horror, and fantasy poetry. Four issues of ''Amanita Brandy'' were released, beginning in 1980 with issue #1, followed by Issue #2 in 1989, issue #3 in 1992, and the last issue published in Summer 1999.
Starting in 1980, Ganley published [[Amanita Brandy]], a small press publication of weird, horror, and fantasy poetry. Four issues of ''Amanita Brandy'' were released, beginning in 1980 with issue #1, followed by Issue #2 in 1989, issue #3 in 1992, and the last issue published in Summer 1999.

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W. Paul Ganley is a fanzine publisher and editor of science fiction, poetry and horror fanzines.

He has contributed to many zines and small press publications, sometimes using the pseudonyms Toby Duane, A. Arthur Griffin, or Walter Quednau.

The first fanzine published by W. Paul Ganley was Fan-Fare. The first issue was released in 1950 in North Tonawanda, New York, U.S.A. Fan-Fare was published from 1950-1954, reaching at least three volumes of issues.

During the run of Fan-Fare, Ganley also released Snowflakes in the Sun, a one-issue-only poemzine. It was published in 1952, though the Preface is dated March 9, 1953. It is subtitled "A Collection of Fantasy Verse." In the Preface, though, Ganley comments that "many of the poems herein belong to the realm of science-fiction." Also during this time, he was one of the co-editors of Cataclysm.

However, Ganley is perhaps best known for his contributions to the genre of weird fiction and horror. Ganley returned to publishing in the 1970s with the release of Eerie Country, devoted to weird fiction, suspense and horror stories, and poetry. Published in Buffalo, New York, U.S.A., nine issues were released, the first issue appeared in 1976, and the last in 1982.

Starting in 1980, Ganley published Amanita Brandy, a small press publication of weird, horror, and fantasy poetry. Four issues of Amanita Brandy were released, beginning in 1980 with issue #1, followed by Issue #2 in 1989, issue #3 in 1992, and the last issue published in Summer 1999.

Zines

Contributions

Books

  • Limericks for the Midnight Hours (1999)
  • Recall Dark Memories (2002)
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