Ash-Wing

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Contributing artists included Sheryl Birkhead, Grant Canfield, Jann Frank, Gary Green, Don Herron, Terry Jeeves ([[ERG]]), Mario Navarro, Joe Pearson, Andy Porter, Lex Reibestein,  Stu Shiffman, Jim Shull, Reed Waller, and Chuck Wing.
Contributing artists included Sheryl Birkhead, Grant Canfield, Jann Frank, Gary Green, Don Herron, Terry Jeeves ([[ERG]]), Mario Navarro, Joe Pearson, Andy Porter, Lex Reibestein,  Stu Shiffman, Jim Shull, Reed Waller, and Chuck Wing.
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''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'' 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]], followed by [[The Rogue Raven]].  
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Revision as of 00:18, 5 September 2011

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 October, 1978. During that time 24 issues were produced. Ash-Wing regularly published short fiction and poetry.

Contributors included Ross Bagby, Douglas Barbour, Roy Berger, Michael Carlson, Jeff Frane, David Kleist, and Mike Kring.

Fiction was by David Carew, and Randall Larson, among others. Ash-Wing provided the first publication of the story, "My Secret Place" by Lisa Tuttle (Mathom).

Poetry was by Michael Carlson, Darrell Schweitzer.

Contributing artists included Sheryl Birkhead, Grant Canfield, Jann Frank, Gary Green, Don Herron, Terry Jeeves (ERG), Mario Navarro, Joe Pearson, Andy Porter, Lex Reibestein, Stu Shiffman, Jim Shull, Reed Waller, and Chuck Wing.

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, followed by The Rogue Raven.

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