Anubis

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''Anubis'' issue 1 was released in Arlington, Virginia, U.S.A. in Autumn 1966. Four issues were published. The zine ended in 1968 when Ronald Willis died. A fifth issue had been planned but Paul could not bring himself to finish it without his brother.  
''Anubis'' issue 1 was released in Arlington, Virginia, U.S.A. in Autumn 1966. Four issues were published. The zine ended in 1968 when Ronald Willis died. A fifth issue had been planned but Paul could not bring himself to finish it without his brother.  
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Contributing writers include Philip Canning, Roger Wilson Cook, Emily Glen, Robert Barbour Johnson, Mose Malletter, Norman G. Markham, Mercer M. McDowell, Gerald Page ([[Si-Fan]]), L.E. Preston, E. Hoffman Price, Andrew E. Rothovius, Robert M. Slater, Bennett Weinberg and Roger Zelazny.  
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Contributing writers include Philip Canning, Roger Wilson Cook, Lyle Gaulding, Emily Glen, Robert Barbour Johnson, Mose Malletter, Norman G. Markham, Mercer M. McDowell, Gerald Page ([[Si-Fan]]), L.E. Preston, E. Hoffman Price, Andrew E. Rothovius, Robert M. Slater, Bennett Weinberg and Roger Zelazny.  
Contributing artists include Vaughn Bode, J. Johnson, Tim Kirk, and Paul J. Willis.
Contributing artists include Vaughn Bode, J. Johnson, Tim Kirk, and Paul J. Willis.

Revision as of 22:37, 18 May 2011

Anubis was a science fiction and horror fanzine edited by Paul J. Willis and published by Ronald J. Willis and Golden Goblin Press.

Anubis issue 1 was released in Arlington, Virginia, U.S.A. in Autumn 1966. Four issues were published. The zine ended in 1968 when Ronald Willis died. A fifth issue had been planned but Paul could not bring himself to finish it without his brother.

Contributing writers include Philip Canning, Roger Wilson Cook, Lyle Gaulding, Emily Glen, Robert Barbour Johnson, Mose Malletter, Norman G. Markham, Mercer M. McDowell, Gerald Page (Si-Fan), L.E. Preston, E. Hoffman Price, Andrew E. Rothovius, Robert M. Slater, Bennett Weinberg and Roger Zelazny.

Contributing artists include Vaughn Bode, J. Johnson, Tim Kirk, and Paul J. Willis.

Also included was a comic strip by Vaughn Bode.

Covers were by D. Bruce Berry, among others.

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