A fanzine published from 1980 through 1996 which focused on fantasy and terror fiction. The first two issues were published by Dave Reeder in London. Starting with issue 3, Richard Fawcet took over publishing in Uncasville, Connecticut, though Dave Reeder remained editor. Starting with issue 5 in 1985 Jessica Amanda Salmonson became editor through the last issue, #17.
Contributors included Mary Ann Ellen, Robin Ansell, Allen Ashley, Ruth Berman, Michael Bishop, Michael Bracken, John Bradley, Joseph Payne Brennan, Carlo Beuf, Michael Bullock, Dave Carson, Mary Elizabeth Counselman, David Cowperthwaite, Colleen Drippe, Denise Dumars, Emmanuel, Jules Remedios Faye, Grant Fjermedal, Janet Fox, James Grandillo, Charles L. Grant, Stephen Gresham, Richard L. Hansen, James B. Hemesath,
Lawrence Housman, K. Huebner, Alan Hunter, D.L. Hutchinson, Stephen Jones, Phyllis Ann Karr, Marvin Kaye, Allen Koszowski, Joel Lane, Tanith Lee, Allen Lewis, D.F. Lewis, Thomas Ligotti, Frank Belknap Long, Lilith Lorraine, Jane Mickelson, Russ Nicholson, Edith Ogutsch, Tony Patrick, Wilum Pugmire, Dorothy Quick, Dave Reeder, Carol Reid, Michael Nicholas Richards, Davide A. Riley, Archie N. Roy, Hudson Shaw, Delia Sherman, Cyril Simsa, Leslie Skingle, Steve Rasnic Tem, Denis Tiani, Peter Tremayne, Scott H. Urban, Bobby G. Warner, Wendy Wees, Susan Lilas Wiggs, Billy Wolfenbarger, and Karen Young.
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