Morris Scott Dollens
(April 14, 1920 – August 14, 1994)
Morrie Dollens was born in Minnesota, and while living in Hastings, MN, was a member of the Minneapolis Fantasy Society and published Science Fiction Collector in the late 1930s. In 1950, he published a portfolio of his art titled Fantasy in Art. He subsequently published Approach to Infinity. He was an expert hectographer.
He later became a Los Angeles-based artist who mainly did astronomical paintings. He did covers for some books, mostly ones published by FPCI, and for some prozines. He was a member of LASFS. Dollens regularly included work in LA-area convention art shows. For many fans in the ’60s and ’70s, they were the only affordable astronomical art available.
He used paint both for color and structure. His paintings tended to be airbrushed space scenes done without too much color subtlety on masonite boards which were then lacquered. They were well-nigh indestructible.
- “Morris Scott Dollens: A Tribute” by Roger Russell.
- Bibliography at ISFDB.
- Entry in The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction
- Approach to Infinity [1951–52]
- Fantasy Fiction Digest 
- Fantasy in Art 
- Science Fiction Collector [1936–37]
Awards, Honors and GoHships:
- 1974 — Wyocon 1
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