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Bizarre

US Semiprozine. 1 issue (January 1941), edited by Walter E Marconette and J Chapman Miske, effectively a continuation of Marconette's earlier Fanzine Scienti-Snaps. Professional in appearance, with a colour cover by Hannes Bok, it is noted primarily for publishing for the first time the original but previously unused ending of A Merritt's novel Dwellers in the Mirage (23 January-27 February 1932 Argosy; 1932; rev 1953), which ending has since become the standard. Bizarre also ran a discussion by John W Campbell Jr about writing styles. [PN/FHP]

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Entry from The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction (2011-current) edited by John Clute and David Langford.
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