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The Fantasy Fan - Volume 1, No. 7

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .It is rather difficult to pick out any high spot; but the articles and stories by Lovecraft, Barlow, Smith, and Petaja were all fine, to say nothing of the column, ‘Howl from the Ether.’

“I particularly enjoyed Clark Ashton Smith’s article on M. R. James. It was an admirable essay on an author who is far too little known and appreciated on this side of the water, and I dare say, on the other side also. Dr. James, who apparently has a tremendous amount of antiquarian and archeological information at his fingertips, is also, in my humble opinion, the greatest modern exponent of the ghost story. I heartily second Smith’s recommendation that all lovers of the weird and supernatural procure a copy of the Longman’s Green and Company volume. They will not be disappointed. Incidentally, for the information of readers who are perhaps interested in the separate volumes of James’ work rather than in the compl. . . Read More

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Just astonishing. I think it was the excess of Barry Manilow fans that really did it for me, I expected it more of the Bowie fans.

Who would ever have thought that there are people out there who regard Barry Manilow as the second coming of Christ? Or that T-Rex’s Marc Bolan spoke to them from beyond the grave? Not to mention the theory that David Bowie is a semi-divine space alien (of course Bowie himself is at least partially

I didn't know Nick Heyward until I read this book so that's quite the first impression, also Barry Manilow fans now officially TERRIFY ME

it is a crime that this is out of print.

In which fans relate their (usually sexual) fantasies about pop stars. Published in the 1980s, the stars might be dated (Japan, Bowie, Adam Ant, The Police) but the sentiments are fresh and vital. Unjudgemental, touching, and of course, incredibly funny.

The fans have unintentionally provided me and

Barry Manilow fans are in tents