Thrilling Wonder Stories
After losing control of Amazing Stories, Gernsback launched Air Wonder Stories and Science Wonder Stories in 1929 and merged the two magazines into Wonder Stories in 1930. He sold the prozine to another pulp house in 1936, and then it became Thrilling Wonder Stories, which lasted until 1955.
With this magazine, Gernsback created the Science Fiction League, the seminal sf club that led to the emergence of fandom. A letter in its August 1939 issue originated the infamous catchphrase “Goshwowoboyoboy,” quoted by Time magazine.
Also involved: - Alex Schomburg - Alexander Samalman - Algis Budrys - Dirk Wylie - Donald Wandrei - Edmond Hamilton - H. L. Gold - Hans Wesso - Jack Binder - Jack Vance - Jean Bogert - Leigh Brackett - Leo Margulies - Leo Morey - Mort Weisinger - Oscar J. Friend - Rudolph Belarski - Sam Merwin - Samuel Mines - Standard Publications
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