Otto Witt

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Otto Witt (1875–1923) was a Swedish author. He was one of the prominent figures in early Swedish science fiction. He did, among other things, publish Hugin, a science magazine which was filled "with speculative articles and fiction".[1] Hugin was one of the first magazines to regularly carry science fiction in the world, although it appears to have had little influence outside Sweden.[1]

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  1. ^ a b Mike Ashley, "Science Fiction Magazines:The Crucibles of Change" in David Seed,A Companion to Science Fiction. John Wiley & Sons, 2005 ISBN 1405112182 (p. 62).