Who Killed Science Fiction?

 

edited and published by Earl and Nancy Kemp

 

Chicago, IL. April 1960. Offset. 107 pages. (8˝ X 11). Introduction by Earl and Nancy Kemp. Fans in the late fifties believed that magazine science fiction was dying and that there wasn’t much good criticism of the field being published. A number of questions were sent to 71 authors and editors asking for their comments. The many answers were published in The Spectator Amateur Press Society. The present publication was not for sale to the public, so it is very rare to the general public. The same type of publication was attempted in The Double:Bill Symposium.

 

 

Scan and Commentary by Bob Gaines