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Fannie Eden's Penny Stories

Total Issues: 152+252=404

In two separate series, incorporated into Horner's Penny Stories.

Issues & Index Sources

  29-Jul-1905 – 20-Jun-1908
  27-Jun-1908 – 19-Apr-1913

Publishers

  ?: Amalgamated Press
  19-Aug-1905 – 19-Apr-1913: W. B. Horner

Fanny Eden's Penny Stories

Issues & Index Sources:  1905 – 1913
Publishers:   Amalgamated Press

Fanomena

Total Issues: 2

Fanzine.

Issues & Index Sources:  Sep-1947 – Mar-1948: FictionMags Index (Missing: Sep-1947)
Editors:   Andy Lyon

The Fanscient

Total Issues: 13

Amateur magazine.

Issues & Index Sources:  Sep-1947 – Spring 1951: Science Fiction Index
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Fan Slants

Total Issues: 3

Fanzine.

Issues & Index Sources:  Sep-1943 – Jun-1944
Editors:   Mel Brown

Fan's Star Library

Issues & Index Sources:  Aug-1958 – ?
Publishers:   Amalgamated Press
Pagecounts:   68pp
Frequency:   monthly

Fantascience Digest

Total Issues: 14

Fanzine, publishing some fiction.

Issues & Index Sources:  1938 – Nov/Dec-1941: FictionMags Index
Editors:   Robert Madle
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Fantasia [1941]

Total Issues: 3

Amateur magazine. Each issue had 3 stories, 3 poems, 3 articles and an editorial.

Issues & Index Sources:  Jan-1941 – Jul-1941
Publishers:   Lou Goldstone, San Francisco, California
Editors:   Lou Goldstone
Pagecounts:   24pp

Fantasia [1945]

Poetry, fiction, short episodes in form of drama.

Issues & Index Sources

  Sep-1945 – 1946
  Mar/May-1947 – ?, as Fantasma

Publishers

  in 11 North Ave., West Worthing, Sussex

Prices

  1/-

Frequency

  quarterly

Fantasia [1951]

Total Issues: 2?

Amateur magazine. First issue was mainly fiction; second issue had some fiction but was mainly aimed at Nolacon for 1951.

Issues & Index Sources:  Feb-1951? – Sep-1951?
Publishers:   Ray C. Higgs, Connersville, Indiana
Editors:   Ray C. Higgs

Fantasite

Total Issues: 12

Fanzine.

Issues & Index Sources:  Nov-1940 – 1943?
Editors:   Phil Bronson
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Fantasmagoria

Total Issues: 5

Amateur magazine including fiction by Henry Kuttner and non-fiction by Robert Bloch & Manly Wade Wellman.

Issues & Index Sources:  Mar-1937 – Winter 1939/1940: FictionMags Index
Publishers:   John J Weir, 223 John Street, South Amboy, New Jersey
Editors:   John J Weir

Fantasque

Total Issues: 9

"We welcome stories of no more than 2,500 words in the fantasy/science fiction/horror genres, or any combination of such. We strive for a range of styles: gothic, contemporary, surreal, and experimental horror; high and low, light and dark, as well as slipstream fantasy; and soft or hard science fiction. A blend of any of the genres is most welcome."

Issue #6 was the last regular issue of Fantasque. From Spring 2002 it became an annual anthology for 3 years and then folded.

Issues & Index Sources:  Jan-1999 – 2004: Science Fiction Index
Publishers:   Melancholic Works; Lititz, PA
Editors:   Pam Chillemi-Yeager & John Davies
Formats:   octavo
Prices:   $4.50
Pagecounts:   64pp
Frequency:   mainly quarterly
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The Fantast

Total Issues: 14

Fanzine, publishing early fiction and poetry by C.S. Youd, Arthur C. Clarke, Charles Eric Maine and others.

Issues & Index Sources

  Apr-1939 – Jul-1942: Science Fiction Index

Publishers

  Apr-1939 – Mar-1941: C.S. Youd, 244 Desborough Road, Eastleigh, Hants
  Apr-1941 – Jul-1942: Douglas Webster, Idlewild, Fountainhall Road, Aberdeen, Scotland

Editors

  Apr-1939 – Mar-1941: C.S. Youd
  Apr-1941 – Jul-1942: Douglas Webster
 
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Fantastic [1952]

Total Issues: 208

Begun in 1952 by editor Howard Browne and publishers Ziff Davis (Z-D) as an attempt at a sophisticated and handsome digest-sized magazine, Fantastic was initially a success, and became even more so by its third issue, which featured a story attributed to the enormously popular crime fiction writer Mickey Spillane (although it was actually written by Browne.

Subsequent issues of Fantastic sold well enough for the pulp Fantastic Adventures to be merged with it in 1953; Amazing had already been reshaped to resemble Fantastic.

Issues & Index Sources

  Summer 1952 – Oct-1980: Science Fiction Index

Publishers

  Summer 1952 – Jun-1965: Ziff-Davis Publishing Co.
  Sep-1965 – Oct-1980: Ultimate Publishing

Editors

  Summer 1952 – Aug-1956: Howard Browne
  Oct-1956 – Nov-1958: Paul W. Fairman
  Dec-1958 – Jun-1965: Cele Goldsmith [Lalli]
  Sep-1965 – Nov-1967: Joseph Ross
  Jan-1968 – Oct-1968: Harry Harrison
  Dec-1968 – Apr-1969: Barry N. Malzberg
  Jun-1969 – Jan-1979: Ted White
  Apr-1979 – Oct-1980: Elinor Mavor

Formats

  digest

Prices

  35c at outset

Pagecounts

  128pp

Frequency

  Summer 1952 – Fall 1952: quarterly
  Nov/Dec-1952 – Dec-1956: bimonthly
  Feb-1957 – Jun-1965: monthly
  Sep-1965 – Feb-1976: bimonthly
  May-1976 – Oct-1980: quarterly

Title Changes

  Summer 1952 – Feb-1955: Fantastic
  Apr-1955 – Feb-1958: Fantastic Science Fiction
  Mar-1958 – Aug-1959: Fantastic
  Sep-1959 – Sep-1960: Fantastic Science Fiction Stories
  Oct-1960 – Jun-1965: Fantastic Stories of Imagination
  Sep-1965 – Feb-1975: Fantastic (cover and spine varied at times)
  Apr-1975 – Jan-1979: Fantastic Sword & Sorcery and Fantasy Stories (cover and spine varied at times)
  Apr-1979 – Oct-1980: Fantastic Science Fiction

Related Sites

  Wikipedia
  Science Fiction Encyclopedia

Sources

  Ultimate Guide to the Pulps
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Fantastic (UK)

Total Issues: 8

British reprint edition of Fantastic.

Issues & Index Sources:  Dec-1953 – Feb-1955: Science Fiction Index
Index to British Science Fiction Magazines
Publishers:   Strato Publications
Pagecounts:   128pp
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