Ash-Wing

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''Ash-Wing'' heralded from Seattle, Washington, U.S.A. First published in 1968, this title was released for a decade, ending in 1978. During that time 24 issues were produced.  
''Ash-Wing'' heralded from Seattle, Washington, U.S.A. First published in 1968, this title was released for a decade, ending in 1978. During that time 24 issues were produced.  
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Contributors included Ross Bagby, Douglas Barbour, Michael Carlson, and Darrell Schweitzer. ''Ash-Wing'' saw the first publication of  the story, "My Secret Place" by Lisa Tuttle ([[Mathom]]).  
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Contributors included Ross Bagby, Douglas Barbour, Michael Carlson, and Darrell Schweitzer. ''Ash-Wing'' provided the first publication of  the story, "My Secret Place" by Lisa Tuttle ([[Mathom]]).  
''Ash-Wing'' followed Denton's earlier fanzine [[Hoom]], co-published with Bee Bowman. After the end of the run of ''Ash-Wing'' Frank Denton published [[As the Crow Flies]].  
''Ash-Wing'' followed Denton's earlier fanzine [[Hoom]], co-published with Bee Bowman. After the end of the run of ''Ash-Wing'' Frank Denton published [[As the Crow Flies]].  

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Ash-Wing was a science fiction and fantasy fanzine by Frank Denton.

Ash-Wing heralded from Seattle, Washington, U.S.A. First published in 1968, this title was released for a decade, ending in 1978. During that time 24 issues were produced.

Contributors included Ross Bagby, Douglas Barbour, Michael Carlson, and Darrell Schweitzer. Ash-Wing provided the first publication of the story, "My Secret Place" by Lisa Tuttle (Mathom).

Ash-Wing followed Denton's earlier fanzine Hoom, co-published with Bee Bowman. After the end of the run of Ash-Wing Frank Denton published As the Crow Flies.

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