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'''Amanita Brandy''' is a small press publication of weird, horror, and fantasy poetry by W. Paul Ganley.  
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'''Amanita Brandy''' is a small press publication of weird, horror, and fantasy poetry by [[W. Paul Ganley]].  
Four issues of ''Amanita Brandy'' were released, beginning in 1980 with issue #1. Issue #2 was published in 1989, issue #3 in 1992, and the last issue published in Summer 1999.
Four issues of ''Amanita Brandy'' were released, beginning in 1980 with issue #1. Issue #2 was published in 1989, issue #3 in 1992, and the last issue published in Summer 1999.
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Each issue was 32 pages. Issues 2 and 3 were done by mimeograph and #4 by xerography.  
Each issue was 32 pages. Issues 2 and 3 were done by mimeograph and #4 by xerography.  
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Issue 1 featured Bernadette Bosky, John A. Buettner, Joe R. Christopher, Caroline Dechert, C.C. Di Donato, Steve Eng, John Patrick Feeney, H.R. Felgenhauer,  Robert Frazier, Joey Froehlich, Joseph Michael Gale, W. Paul Ganley, Stephen Gresham, Frances Hall, Charles de Lint, W. Fraser Sandercombe, Steve Sneyd ([[Data Dump]]), T.K. Sploke, Philip Straker, Steve Troyanovich, Ralph E. Vaughan, Kevin Weible, B. Leilah Wendell, Gail White, and t. Winter-Damon.
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Issue 1 featured Bernadette Bosky, John A. Buettner, Joe R. Christopher, Caroline Dechert, C.C. Di Donato, Steve Eng, John Patrick Feeney, H.R. Felgenhauer,  Robert Frazier ([[Star*Line]]), Joey Froehlich, Joseph Michael Gale, W. Paul Ganley, Stephen Gresham, Frances Hall, Charles de Lint ([[Dragonfields]]), W. Fraser Sandercombe, Steve Sneyd ([[Data Dump]]), T.K. Sploke, Philip Straker, Steve Troyanovich, Ralph E. Vaughan, Kevin Weible, B. Leilah Wendell ([[Undinal Songs]]), Gail White, and t. Winter-Damon.
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Issue 3 featured Dean Burgess, Michael Cadnum, Gary William Crawford, James S. Dorr, Steve Eng, H.R. Felgenhauer, Connie Farris, Lorne Gellissen, Paula Genega, Sandra Henneberger, R. Ancell krebs, B. Merritt Lee, Mark Leier, John Edward Moore, Adam Donaldson Powell, W. Fraser Sandercombe, Walter Shedlofsky, Steve Sneyd, John Alfred Taylor, Oliver Ward, Marsha Kash Weinfeld, and Neil Wilgus.
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Issue 2 featured Bernadette Lynn Bosky, John A. Buettner, Joe R. Christopher, Caroline Dechert, C.C. Di Donato, Steve Eng, John Patrick Feeney, H.R. Felgenhauer, Robert Frazier, Joey Froehlich, Joseph Michael Gale, Francis Hall, R.S. Harding, W. Fraser Sandercombe, Steve Sneyd, T.K. Sploke, Philip Straker, Steve Troyanovich, Ralph E. Vaughan, Kevin Weible, Allan Weinberg, Leilah Wendell, Gail White, and t. Winter-Damon.
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Issue 4 featured Liam Aulgan, Chuck Belcher, Jonathan M. Berkowitz, John Binns, Odysseus Cline, Bob Cook, J.W. Donnelly, James S. Dorr, Ron Emolo, A.G. Farnell, Lynne Gauger, Jeorge Gott, John Graywood, A. Arthur Griffin, K.S. Hardy, Jerry Jax, Peter Sydney Kemel, Daniel Paul Medici, Catherine Mintz, Bill Morrison, Gerald W. Page ([[Si-Fan]]), Simon Perchik, Adam Donaldson Powell, W. Fraser Sandercombe, Ann K. Schwader, Arthur J. Scott, Steven L. Shrewsbury, Bobbi Sinha-Morley, Steve Sneyd, and Paul Weinman.  
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Issue 3 featured Dean Burgess, Michael Cadnum, Gary William Crawford, James S. Dorr, Steve Eng, H.R. Felgenhauer, Connie Farris, Lorne Gellissen, Paula Genega, Sandra Henneberger, R. Ancell Krebs, B. Merritt Lee, Mark Leier, John Edward Moore, Adam Donaldson Powell, W. Fraser Sandercombe, Walter Shedlofsky ([[Inner Circle]]), Steve Sneyd, John Alfred Taylor, Oliver Ward, Marsha Kash Weinfeld, and Neil Wilgus.
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W. Paul Ganley was also the publisher of [[Eerie Country]] from 1976 till 1982.  
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Issue 4 featured Liam Aulgan, Chuck Belcher, Jonathan M. Berkowitz, John Binns, Odysseus Cline, Bob Cook, J.W. Donnelly, James S. Dorr, Ron Emolo, A.G. Farnell, Lynne Gauger, Jeorge Gott, John Graywood, A. Arthur Griffin (pseudonym for Ganley), K.S. Hardy, Jerry Jax, Peter Sydney Kemel, Daniel Paul Medici, Catherine Mintz, Bill Morrison, Gerald W. Page ([[Lore]], [[Si-Fan]]), Simon Perchik, Adam Donaldson Powell, W. Fraser Sandercombe, Ann K. Schwader, Arthur J. Scott, Steven L. Shrewsbury, Bobbi Sinha-Morey, Steve Sneyd, and Paul Weinman.
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W. Paul Ganley was also the publisher of [[Fan-Fare (U.S.A.)|Fan-Fare]] (1950-1954), [[Snowflakes in the Sun]] (1953), Weirdbook (1968-1997), Toadstool Wine (1975), [[Eerie Country]] (1976-1982), and Fantasy Mongers (1979-1989).  
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Amanita Brandy is a small press publication of weird, horror, and fantasy poetry by W. Paul Ganley.

Four issues of Amanita Brandy were released, beginning in 1980 with issue #1. Issue #2 was published in 1989, issue #3 in 1992, and the last issue published in Summer 1999.

Each issue was 32 pages. Issues 2 and 3 were done by mimeograph and #4 by xerography.

Issue 1 featured Bernadette Bosky, John A. Buettner, Joe R. Christopher, Caroline Dechert, C.C. Di Donato, Steve Eng, John Patrick Feeney, H.R. Felgenhauer, Robert Frazier (Star*Line), Joey Froehlich, Joseph Michael Gale, W. Paul Ganley, Stephen Gresham, Frances Hall, Charles de Lint (Dragonfields), W. Fraser Sandercombe, Steve Sneyd (Data Dump), T.K. Sploke, Philip Straker, Steve Troyanovich, Ralph E. Vaughan, Kevin Weible, B. Leilah Wendell (Undinal Songs), Gail White, and t. Winter-Damon.

Issue 2 featured Bernadette Lynn Bosky, John A. Buettner, Joe R. Christopher, Caroline Dechert, C.C. Di Donato, Steve Eng, John Patrick Feeney, H.R. Felgenhauer, Robert Frazier, Joey Froehlich, Joseph Michael Gale, Francis Hall, R.S. Harding, W. Fraser Sandercombe, Steve Sneyd, T.K. Sploke, Philip Straker, Steve Troyanovich, Ralph E. Vaughan, Kevin Weible, Allan Weinberg, Leilah Wendell, Gail White, and t. Winter-Damon.

Issue 3 featured Dean Burgess, Michael Cadnum, Gary William Crawford, James S. Dorr, Steve Eng, H.R. Felgenhauer, Connie Farris, Lorne Gellissen, Paula Genega, Sandra Henneberger, R. Ancell Krebs, B. Merritt Lee, Mark Leier, John Edward Moore, Adam Donaldson Powell, W. Fraser Sandercombe, Walter Shedlofsky (Inner Circle), Steve Sneyd, John Alfred Taylor, Oliver Ward, Marsha Kash Weinfeld, and Neil Wilgus.

Issue 4 featured Liam Aulgan, Chuck Belcher, Jonathan M. Berkowitz, John Binns, Odysseus Cline, Bob Cook, J.W. Donnelly, James S. Dorr, Ron Emolo, A.G. Farnell, Lynne Gauger, Jeorge Gott, John Graywood, A. Arthur Griffin (pseudonym for Ganley), K.S. Hardy, Jerry Jax, Peter Sydney Kemel, Daniel Paul Medici, Catherine Mintz, Bill Morrison, Gerald W. Page (Lore, Si-Fan), Simon Perchik, Adam Donaldson Powell, W. Fraser Sandercombe, Ann K. Schwader, Arthur J. Scott, Steven L. Shrewsbury, Bobbi Sinha-Morey, Steve Sneyd, and Paul Weinman.

W. Paul Ganley was also the publisher of Fan-Fare (1950-1954), Snowflakes in the Sun (1953), Weirdbook (1968-1997), Toadstool Wine (1975), Eerie Country (1976-1982), and Fantasy Mongers (1979-1989).

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