Sky Hook was a science fiction fanzine published by Redd Boggs from 1948-1957. It was nominated for the 1954 Retro Hugo for Best Fanzine.
Contributors included Poul Anderson, James Blish, Philip Jose Farmer, Dean Grennell, David Keller, Virginia Kidd (as "Virginia Blish"), Sam Moskowitz, William Rotsler, and Jack Speer.
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... Annual, and through his fanzines such as Sky Hook, he raising the standards for fan writing and fanzine production ... Sky Hook published both fannish and critical material, including early criticism by James Blish ... the Retro Hugo for Best Fan Writer, and Sky Hook was nominated for Best Fanzine ...
... pursuing Breen soldier at bay, tests the key on that floor's locker and shoots a distant sky hook that is attempting to latch on to the railing of a small, distant, water level platform ... Without Æon to keep him at bay, the Breen guard runs down to the small platform, and helps the sky-hook get a grip on the platform's railing ... Just before the red-clad agent reaches them, the sky-hook lifts up the entire platform, revealing an identical 'plug' attached below it ...
Famous quotes containing the words hook and/or sky:
“... with her shoulders as bare as a building,
with her thin foot and her thin toes,
with an old red hook in her mouth,
the mouth that kept bleeding
into the terrible fields of her soul . . .”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)
“If the sky stands still, if the earth quakes, if there is famine, if there is pestilence, at once the cry is raised: Throw the Christians to the lions! So many to one?”
—Tertullian (c. 150230)