Future Fantasy and Science Fiction
Identifier: PS648.S3 F883
Future Fantasy and Science Fiction was begun in 1939 under Blue Ribbon Magazines, Inc. This collection contains a single issue from October 1942.
Language of Materials
These materials are in English.
Conditions Governing Access
These materials have unrestricted access.
Conditions Governing Use
Permission to publish materials from this collection must be obtained from the Head of Archives and Special Collections.
1 Volumes (This collection consists of 1 volume. )
Scope and Contents
Georgia Tech Archives and Special Collections holds and issue of the magazine published October 1942.
Biographical / Historical
Future Fantasy and Science Fiction began in 1939 under the name Future Fiction. In 1941 it combined with its sister magazine Science Fiction and went under the name Future Combined with Science Fiction until 1942, when it adobpted the name Future Fantasy and Science Fiction. It ran under this name until it ceased publication in 1943. Publication was revived temporarily in 1950 and was off and on again until it ended for good in 1967. Overall, Future Fantasy and Science Fiction as a magazine of good reputation. Under editor Lowndes it flourished thanks to Lowndes connections and close friend group of scifi writers. The History of the Science-fiction Magazine Series by Michael Ashley and the Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Weird Fiction Magazine Index: 1890-2006+ by Stephen T. Miller and William G. Contento was used to gather historical information about this publication. This collection is part of the same magazine series as Future Science Fiction and Future combined with Science Fiction Stories. Please see the related materials note for more information.
These materials are arranged chronologically.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
The materials in this collection were donated by Robert Swain.
This collection was processed in April 2020 by Jocelyn Jagrowski.
- Inventory of Future Fantasy and Science Fiction
- In Progress
- Jocelyn Jagrowski
- April 2020
- Description rules
- Finding aid prepared using RLG Best Practice Guidelines for Encoded Archival Description and Describing Archives: A Content Standard.
- Language of description