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Has anyone heard of the Fantasite?

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24 September 2018, 05:27 PM
TerryJ2
Has anyone heard of the Fantasite?
I just came across a mimeographed magazine from 1940. The editor was Phil Bronson, of
Hastings, Minn. (A distant cousin of mine.) Ray Bradbury is credited with a story called, "The Terrible Typer." It is a very silly fantasy tale. Is anyone familiar with Bradbury's earlier work? Is this something valuable?







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24 September 2018, 06:38 PM
Doug Spaulding
quote:
Originally posted by TerryJ2:
I just came across a mimeographed magazine from 1940. The editor was Phil Bronson, of
Hastings, Minn. (A distant cousin of mine.) Ray Bradbury is credited with a story called, "The Terrible Typer." It is a very silly fantasy tale. Is anyone familiar with Bradbury's earlier work? Is this something valuable?

The story itself has been out of print for about 50 years, but I don't know the value of the mimeographed magazine you have.


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