SF Poets' Guild
The SF Poet’s Guild was founded by Fred Pohl in 1938. Pohl’s first professional sf sale was a poem, “Elegy to a Dead Planet: Luna,” published in Amazing Stories in 1937, and many of his fellow Futurians were avidly into writing poetry around then. For all that, the club didn’t last long.
See also: Science Fiction & Fantasy Poetry Association.
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