Author:Jack Chapman Miske

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Jack Chapman Miske

Science fiction fan, fanzine columnist and editor.


  • Time - Eternal (1938)
  • Stardust (1939-?), a column in the science fiction fanzine Spaceways
  • The Thing in the Moonlight (1941)
  • "Characterization in Imaginative Literature" in The Arkham Sampler, Spring 1949
  • "A. Merritt—His Life and Times" in A. Merritt, Reflections in the Moon Pool (1985)



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