Witchcraft and Sorcery

Formerly Coven 13, Witchcraft and Sorcery was a US fantasy prozine.

Digest-size for the first four issues, then letter-size for the remaining six issues; ten issues were issued from 1969 to 1974, #1-#4 published bimonthly by Camelot Publishing, Los Angeles, September 1969 to March 1970, edited by Arthur H Landis; #5-#10 published irregularly by William L Crawford's Fantasy Publishing, California, edited by Gerald Page.

From #5 (January 1971), Coven 13 was retitled Witchcraft & Sorcery, and subtitled "The Modern Magazine of Weird Tales" to leave no doubt about what it was imitating.