After Hours

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Featured were interviews with writers such as Robert McCammon, and William F. Nolan and editors such as Chris B. Lacher of ''New Blood''.  
Featured were interviews with writers such as Robert McCammon, and William F. Nolan and editors such as Chris B. Lacher of ''New Blood''.  
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Contributors included Craig Anthony, Greg Beatty, Sean Brodrick, Margaret L. Carter, Mort Castle, R. Chetwynd-Hayes, Mark Fewell, Gregor Hartman, Tanith Lee, Gregory C. Lowney, Wade Shatford, James Patrick Ulven, Steve Vernon and James A. Wells.
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Contributors included Craig Anthony, Greg Beatty, Sean Brodrick, Margaret L. Carter, Mort Castle, R. Chetwynd-Hayes, Mark Fewell, Gregor Hartman, Tanith Lee, D.F. Lewis, Gregory C. Lowney, Wade Shatford, James Patrick Ulven, Steve Vernon and James A. Wells.
Also included were reprints of classic work by Ray Bradbury ([[Futuria Fantasia]]),
Also included were reprints of classic work by Ray Bradbury ([[Futuria Fantasia]]),

Revision as of 06:58, 16 May 2011

After Hours was a literary fantasy and horror zine by William G. Raley.

After Hours was first published in 1989 and continued on into the 1990s. @5 issues of this title were published by Raley in California, U.S.A.

Featured were interviews with writers such as Robert McCammon, and William F. Nolan and editors such as Chris B. Lacher of New Blood.

Contributors included Craig Anthony, Greg Beatty, Sean Brodrick, Margaret L. Carter, Mort Castle, R. Chetwynd-Hayes, Mark Fewell, Gregor Hartman, Tanith Lee, D.F. Lewis, Gregory C. Lowney, Wade Shatford, James Patrick Ulven, Steve Vernon and James A. Wells.

Also included were reprints of classic work by Ray Bradbury (Futuria Fantasia),

Art work was by Ruth Thompson (cover #6, 7), Bradley K. McDevitt, Alfred R. Klosterman, Bucky Montgomery, and Alan Jude Summa.

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