Abraham Bloom

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Abraham 'Abe' Bloom was an UK fan from Liverpool active in the 1930s and 1940s. He was a member of the Science Fiction Association (SFA) and was part of the editorial board for Science-Fantasy Review.

Bloom joined the SFA around June 1937, become secretary of the Liverpool branch in December 1938. He first appeared on the masthead for Science-Fantasy Review with its second issue in May 1939 where his remit was art, not that there was any in that issue. He sometimes contributed to fanzines as 'Wayfarer', for example in Science-Fantasy Review War Digest.

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