A Bibliography

Works about the Milwaukee Fictioneers and Allied Authors of Wisconsin
(addenda and corrigenda: Denysbarry@aol.com)

  • Boudreau, Richard. “How Much Have Wisconsin Writers Shared in the Development of Science Fiction?” Passim. Wisconsin Academy
    26, No. 1 (1979): 46-52. Electronic.
  • Chalker, Jack L. and Mark Owings, comp. “The Milwaukee Fictioneers.” The Science-Fantasy Publishers: A Bibliographic History. 3rd ed. Westminster, MD: Mirage Ltd., 1991: 278-80. Print.
  • Eshbach, Lloyd Arthur. “The Milwaukee Fictioneers.” Over My Shoulder: Reflections on a Science Fiction Era. Philadelphia, PA: Oswald Train, 1983: 279-81. Print.
  • Jensen, Geeta Sharma. “State’s Top Writers Earn Tip of the Hat.” Bookmarks. Section? Milwaukee Journal Sentinel c. 1994.
  • Moskowtiz, Sam. “Secondary Fan Publications: The TPG and Its Followers.” The Immortal Storm: A History of Science Fiction Fandom. Atlanta, GA: Atlanta Science Fiction Organization, 1954: 27-31. Print.
  • —. “Robert Bloch.” Passim. Seekers of Tomorrow : Masters of Modern Science Fiction. Cleveland, OH: World, 1966: 335-51. Print.
  • Tofte, Arthur. Letter to editor. 18 Nov. 1977. The Alien Critic ??? (1977-78): 78.
  • —. “Wisconsin’s Oldest Writer’s Club.” Milwaukee (Jan., 1930): 55-57.
  • Warner, Jr., Harry. “Milwaukee Fandom.” All Our Yesterdays. Chicago: Advent Inc., 1969: 238-39. Print.
  • Wells, Robert W. “Writers Talk Shop in Their Own Clubs.” Wells on Books. Section? Milwaukee Journal 11 Oct. 1979: 2

John D. Haefele contributed this article.


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