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    Science World [v4 #1, September 25, 1958] ed. Patricia G. Lauber (Street & Smith Publications, Inc.; New York, 15¢, 32pp, quarto, cover by Lee Ames)
    The Science Magazine for High School Students.
    • 24 · A Very Special Kind of Goose · Isaac Asimov · ss; Adapted from “Pate de Foie Gras”, Astounding Sep ’56, reprinted from Science World #1.

    A mimeographed fanzine. Only the fiction is listed here. Changed to printed format and changed title to Bizarre for its final issue.

    • Publishers:
      • Empress Publication; Dayton, OH: Scienti-Snaps, Jan 1938 – Sum 1940.

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    Scientific Detective    (about)
    A saddle-stitched, digest-size magazine of standard crime-adventure fare, Scientific Detective belied its name and had several fact articles and an occasional quiz about its fiction, which appears to be primarily reprint material. Its start date is not known: the earliest issue noted is March 1945 (labelled volume 5 number 1) while the latest known issue is dated May 1948. Precise issues published not known.

    • Publishers:
      • C.D. Publishing Co./B.E.C. Publishing Co.; New York: Scientific Detective

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