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    Santa Claus: Dupuy’s Christmas Annual [1880] ed. J. Redding Ware (T. H. Roberts; London/Th. Dupuy et Fils; Paris, 1/-, 48pp+, 10½" x 14¾")
    Details supplied by John Eggeling.
    • 1 · “I Calmly Slept and Dreamed” · J. E. Carpenter, Ph.D. · pm
    • 2 · White-Lady of Ranforleigh · Gerald Burre · ss
    • 8 · Our Naval Reserve · Anon. · vi; illustrated by J. Drummond
    • 9 · One of England’s Bulwarks · Anon. · vi; illustrated by J. Drummond
    • 16 · Apple-Blossoms · Anon. · il
    • 17 · King of the Woods · J. R. W. · pm
    • 19 · Apple-Blossoms · Anon. · vi
    • 20 · Tim’s New Gun. Reported by Himself · Anon. · hu
    • 23 · My Peaceful Irish Home · Miss Marian Nolan · es
    • 24 · A Christmas Trio · Anon. · pm
    • 25 · The King of the Kitchen · Anon. · vi
    • 26 · Mineral Waters: Being Some Account of a Far from Jolly Bachelor’s Supper Party · Jean Middlemass · ss
    • 29 · Chrysanthemum · E. L. Blanchard · pm
    • 30 · The Great Leviathan; Or, the Tale of a Diamond Ring · Henry Pettitt · ss
    • 31 · An Elderly Gentleman’s Story · Edward Draper · ss
    • 31 · Little Lovers · Sac. · pm
    • 32 · The Faggot-Bearer’s · Anon. · vi; illustrated by Edouard Frere
    • 33 · Constant Drama : A Drawing-room Drama for Two · J. Redding Ware · pl
    • 34 · Promise · Sac. · pm
    • 34 · Santa Claus in Brussels · Miss Anna H. Drury · ss
    • 37 · Santas Claus with the Little Ones · Alfred H. Miles · pm
    • 38 · Acrostics, Puzzles, etc. · Anon. · pz
    • 41 · New Music · Anon. · rv
    • 41 · Answers to Acrostics, Puzzles, etc · Anon. · pz
    • 41 · The Return from the Hunt · Anon. · vi
    • 42 · Santa Claus Goes Shopping · Anon. · ss
    • 43 · New Christmas Books · Anon. · rv






    The Sasquatch Have Their Ways    (about)
    Tales of Fantasy & the Supernatural. “...a quality paperback periodical, featuring fictional human encounters with Northwest mythic creatures; featuring also true accounts of transcendence and the supernatural.”





    Satan [v1 #1, February 1957] (Stanley Publications)
    Details taken from Table of Contents.





    The Satellite    (about)
    “Official Organ of the Liverpool S F A”, 57 Beauclaire Drive, Liverpool 15. The Satellite starts off in October 1938 as the “Official Organ of the Liverpool Science Fiction Association”. However, in May 1939, it comes under the auspices of the national SFA and remains so until the SFA is suspended around November 1939 after war is declared. The effect of ’going national’ in May 1939 seemed to have the effect of having less fiction in the fanzine, which is then reversed in November 1939. A further interesting feature is the volume of correspondence that came from the USA. Details supplied by Alistair Durie.



    The Satellite [v1 #2, November 1938] ed. David McIlwain & John F. Burke (3d, 24pp, 6½" x 8¼" mimeo, cover by Mack)
    Details supplied by Alistair Durie.
    • 3 · Action! · Frank D. Wilson · ar; promote science fiction.
    • 5 · The Call to Arms · Don J. Cameron · ss
    • 10 · Round and About · Anon. · cl; round up.
    • 11 · Liverpool Branch of the Science Fiction Association meeting on Friday September 23rd · Abe Bloom · ar
    • 13 · Mosaic · C. S. Youd · pm
    • 15 · Editorial · [The Editors] · ed; on content of the Satellite.
    • 16 · All Is Dust · Leslie J. Johnson · ar Novae Terrae; philosophy of an SF reader.
    • 19 · Stop Press · Anon. · ar; round up.
    • 20 · Moonshine · Readers · lc; letters from William F. Temple, William E. Dunn, John Gabriel, Eric C. Williams.


    The Satellite [v1 #3, December 1938]
    Issue not found.
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    The Satellite [v2 #2, February 1939] ed. John F. Burke (3d, 12pp, 8" x 10" mimeo)
    Assoc. editor David McIlwain. Details supplied by Alistair Durie.
    • 1 · What of 1938? · “Sally” · ar; review of 1938.
    • 2 · Citadel of Dreams [Part 2 of 4] · Frank D. Wilson · rr
    • 5 · Why Not an Atlas for Authors? · Eric C. Williams · ar; on mapping SF stories.
    • 6 · Astronomy - a Modern Mythology · E. L. Gabrielson · ar
    • 9 · Liverpool SFA Branch Secretary’s report on Nov 11, Nov 25 and Dec 11, 1938 meetings · A. Bloom · ar
    • 11 · The Black Prince · C. S. Youd · pm
    • 11 · Moonshine · Readers · lc; letters from Frank D. Wilson, R. Holmes and Eric C. Williams.


    The Satellite [v2 #3, #6, March 1939] (3d, 14pp, 8" x 10", cover by Mack)
    Details supplied by Alistair Durie.
    • 2 · Editorial · Editor · ed; state of Satellite.
    • 3 · The Science Fiction Religion · Maurice K. Hanson · ar
    • 4 · At the Bottom of My Garden · “Fantacynic” · cl; humorous article against Wollheim and Michelism.
    • 6 · Moonshine · Readers · lc; letters from L. Turner, William F. Temple, Roland Foster, Frank D. Wilson.
    • 7 · Citadel of Dreams [Part 3 of 4] · C. S. Youd · rr
    • 10 · Museum Meander · William F. Temple · ss
    • 14 · Moonshine continued · Readers · lc


    The Satellite [v2 #4, April 1939] ed. John F. Burke (2d, 14pp, 8.3" x 10.4" mimeo, cover by Eric C. Williams)
    Art editor David McIlwain. Details supplied by Alistair Durie.
    • 2 · Parade · Frank D. Wilson · ar; humorous review of future SF seen through a ’time scanner’.
    • 5 · Citadel of Dreams [Part 4 of 4] · John F. Burke · rr
    • 9 · Lemegetatem · E. L. Gabrielson · ar; response to comments on his article on astronomy.
    • 10 · At the Bottom of My Garden · “Fantacynic” · cl; satirical article about other fans and editors.
    • 14 · Moonshine · Readers · lc; letters from Eric C. Williams, L. Turner.


    The Satellite [v2 #5, May 1939] ed. John F. Burke (3½d, 12pp, 8" x 10" mimeo, cover by David McIlwain, [?])
    Art David McIlwain. Details supplied by Alistair Durie.
    • 2 · Editorial · Editor · ed; forthcoming changes to Satellite.
    • 3 · Liverpool Science Fiction Cosmos - Stairway to the Stars · L. V. Heald · ar; a theoretical visit to a meeting.
    • 4 · At the Bottom of My Garden · “Fantacynic” · cl; humorous article about other fans, editors and SF magazines.
    • 7 · The Complete SF Fan · R. Holmes · ar; what an SF fan should know.
    • 9 · Weird and Scientific Fiction · Maurice K. Hanson · ar; discussion of differences.
    • 11 · Moonshine · Readers · lc; letters from D. R. Smith, L. Turner, Robert A. Madle, Roland Forster, Louis Kuslan, Richard Wilson Jr, Frank D. Wilson.


    The Satellite [v2 #6, June 1939] ed. John F. Burke (3½d, 14pp, 8" x 10" mimeo, cover by Alfred T. Bates)
    Art David McIlwain. Details supplied by Alistair Durie.
    • 2 · Editorial · “Sally” · ed; request for submissions.
    • 3 · The Interview · Don J. Cameron · iv; humorous spoof interview with Carnell.
    • 5 · Convention Parade · Ted Carnell · ar; report on May 21 London convention.
    • 7 · At the Bottom of My Garden · “Fantacynic” · cl; humorous article on recent convention.
    • 9 · Pome in Martian Splendour · Bob Tucker · pm
    • 10 · Moonshine · Readers · lc; letter from R. D. Swisher.
    • 11 · Astrology - the Real ’Science’ of Astronomy · E. L. Gabrielson · ar


    The Satellite [v2 #7, July 1939] ed. John F. Burke (3½d, 14pp, 8" x 10" mimeo, cover by Harry E. Turner)
    Art David McIlwain. Details supplied by Alistair Durie.
    • 2 · Editorial · Editor · ed; requests for feedback.
    • 3 · A Michelist on Mars · Dave McIlwain · ss
    • 7 · Egos and the SFA · Eric C. Williams · ar; requests for opinions on the SFA.
    • 8 · S O S · L. Turner · ms; filler.
    • 9 · To Hell with all This! · Frank Edward Arnold · ar; exhortation to support the SFA.
    • 11 · Moonshine · Readers · lc; letters from Eric S. Needham, Eric C. Williams, Harry Warner Jr, Maurice K. Hanson, J. M. Rosenblum, D. R. Smith, Arthur C. Clarke.


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