Fantasy Fiction (magazine)

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For the 2005 magazine, see Fantasy Magazine.
First issue cover

Fantasy Fiction (previously Fantasy Magazine) was a fantasy and science fiction magazine published in the United States in 1953. It was published by Future Publications out of New York. Between February 1953 and November 1953 they released a total of four issues in the digest format.

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Fantasy Fiction published works by Robert E. Howard, the creator of Conan the Barbarian. It also published one of Philip K Dick's short stories, Out in the Garden, in 1953,

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