(1) A Fanzine by Walter Gillings
An 18-issue critical fanzine (or, possibly, semiprozine) published between March, 1947 and Spring, 1950 by Walter Gillings. In format, it was very similar to his previous fanzines, Scientifiction, and Cosmos. For the last three issues it was known as Science Fantasy Review. It was then incorporated into the prozine New Worlds as a news section for its first two issues and then dropped.
An archive of the compete run can be found at http://efanzines.com/FR
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(2) A Semiprozine by Robert Collins
A semiprozine published by Robert Collins, with substantial bookstore sales, which provided wide coverage of SF books. It was created in 1984 by merging Fantasy Newsletter with Science Fiction and Fantasy Book Review. Frequent contributors included Fritz Leiber and Gene Wolfe. It won the (coveted) Balrog Award and the World Fantasy Award. Neil Barron, [Carol McGuirk, and Rob Latham all served as review editors.
(3) A Fanzine by Joe Kennedy
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