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The Magazine Of Science Fiction And Fantasy
Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Horror Fanzine from United States
Ceased publication

- First issue: 1965
- A fanzine with short stories and film reviews.
- Science fiction and horror related articles.
- Editor and publisher was Tom Reamy

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15 May 2013
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Garry Malvern
Scott Matheson

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CONTENTS: 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1974 1981 GALLERIES: 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1974 1981 All

Issue 12
July 1981
Hyperbole, Budrys, Burk, Carrington, Cross, Fitzpatrick, Hodgens, Pumilia, Reamy, Waldrop, Wallace
48 pages

Issue 11
Editorials by Tom Reamy and Alex Eisenstein
"Stealing Tomorrow," article by Harlan Ellison
"Repent Harlequin! said the Ticktockman" story by Harlan Ellison
"Why I Can't Write an Article Trashing Dealers," article by Steven Utley
"Some Thouights on Trekkies," article by Ruth Berman
Fiction by W. G. Bliss and Al Jackson
Portfolio of Steve Fabian art
"The Dying Earth" art portfolio by Robert Kline
Incredible artwork by Steve Fabian, Dennis Smith, George Barr, William Rotsler, Tim Kirk, and other top artists

Issue 10
Science Fiction and SF films in review, Larry Niven on Known Space, Tim Kirk Gormenghast portfolio, George Barr cover
48 pages

Issue 9
48 pages

Issue 8
Pierheads in Space by H.H. Hollis, Bode?s Machines by Vaughn Bode, Stan Taylor folio, Andrew Offutt column, The Compost Heap by Alex Eisenstein, letters from John Brunner and Harry Warner, The View from Up Here by Dan Bates, and art by Michael Gilbert, George Barr, Jerry Mayes, and Doug Lovenstein. Cover art by Jeff Jones. Back cover art by Bernie Wrightson.
41 pages

Issue 7
May 1968
41 pages

Issue 6
June 1967
Science Fiction and SF films in review, part 2 of Poul Anderson's The Broken Sword adapted by Tom Reamy and George Barr
40 pages

Issue 5
April 1967
"CPCC" by Andrew J. Offutt, "The Fan Who Lost Things" by EEEvers, "Down With Dr. Strangelove and Other Political Science Fictions" by Richard Hodgens, "The Bohemian Tory" by Jerry Pournelle, and "The Long Matinee" by Stuart Oderman. Pictures of artist Jeff Jones and writer Harlan Ellison.
38 pages

Issue 4
April 1966
Editorial and Other Pretensions by Tom Reamy
Cardshark Campbell Meets Sex and the Common Man by Tom Perry
The Broken Sword, Poul Anderson story in comic form by George Barr
The Bohemian Tory by Jerry Pournelle
Dr. Faustus or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Gore (Almost) by Dan Bates
Tarzan and How He Grew or: Whatever Happened to Jane Baby? by John McGeehan
Dr. Who, Adventures in Time and Space by Alan Dodd
The Science Fantasy Film Revisited by Tom Reamy
Satellite in the Sky
Horror of Party Beach
The Most Dangerous Man Alive
The Crawling Hand
The Wasp Woman (reviewed by John Brunas)
The Compost Heap by Alex Eisenstein
A Chatty, Preferably Controversial Column by andrew j. offutt
Persiflage, the readers
48 pages

Issue 3
December 1965
"The Pandemonium Theatre Company Arrives" by Ray Bradbury, "Salvarzan of the Apes" by Greg Gabbard, "The Bohemian Tory" by Jerry Pournelle, "Zen and the Art of Cooking" by Ray Nelson, "A Chatty, Preferably Controversial, Column" by Andrew J. Offutt, "the Thin Line Between" by Dan Bates, plus film and fanzine reviews.

Issue 2
June 1965
"White Rabbits" by Leonora Carrington, "A Chatty, Preferably Controversial, Column" by Andrew J. Offutt, "Science Fiction as Cinema" by Al Jackson, "The Iconoclast Iconoscope" by Alex Eisenstein, "Hoespun Idyll" by George Mueller Lewis, and film reviews, plus a one-page comic strip by Gilbert Shelton.

Issue 1
February 1965
I Am Not Afraid article by Marion Zimmer Bradley, movie reviews (Them, Curse of the Werewolf), Christmas Cards portfolio by Hannes Bok, The Altruist fiction by Charles Portis, The Cosmic Dancers fiction by James Twiggs, drawings by Gilbert Shelton, Tom Reamy portfolio, The Sisters fiction by Leonora Carrington, The Demolished Fan fiction by Richard Koogle, and The Traveling Salesman and the Farmer's Daughter by Arthur Norman.

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