FAX COLLECTOR'S EDITIONS


FAX COLLECTOR'S EDITIONS
   US SMALL PRESS established by T.E. DIKTY with Darrell C. Richardson in 1972, and devoted to publishing material from and about PULP MAGAZINES. Its publications include several collections of obscure Robert E. HOWARD stories, two anthology series in facsimile under the titles Famous Fantastic Classics and Famous Pulp Classics, and The Weird Tales Story(1977), a large volume written and ed Robert E. WEINBERG. An associated and more prolific company, also founded by Dikty, is STARMONT HOUSE.
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Science Fiction and Fantasy Encyclopedia. . 2011.

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