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Contributors of art work included Richard Thompson.
Contributors of art work included Richard Thompson.
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Contributions of writing included Greg Benford, Rob Hansen ([[Pulp]]),  Andy Hooper ([[Apparatchik]]),  Frank Lunney, [[Bill Rotsler|William Rotsler]], Jeff Schalles ([[Rune]]), Stu Shiffman, Lynn Steffan, Steve Stiles, Will Straw ([[The Willard R. Biscuit Newsletter]]), Bob Tucker ([[Le Zombie]]).
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Contributions of writing included Greg Benford, Rob Hansen ([[Pulp]]),  Andy Hooper ([[Apparatchik]]),  Frank Lunney, Barnaby Rapoport, [[Bill Rotsler|William Rotsler]], Jeff Schalles ([[Rune]]), Stu Shiffman, Lynn Steffan, Steve Stiles, Will Straw ([[The Willard R. Biscuit Newsletter]]), and Bob Tucker ([[Le Zombie]]).
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Columns were by Barnaby Rapoport.
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Comic strips were featured by Dan Steffan and Tom Foster.  
Comic strips were featured by Dan Steffan and Tom Foster.  

Revision as of 20:45, 7 July 2012

BLAT! was a science fiction fanzine by Dan Steffan and Ted White.

BLAT! was published in Falls Church, U.S.A. in the 1990s. Issue two was released in Fall 1993. It also featured a republication of issue #1 of Ted White's fanzine Spung, with contributions from Greg Benford (Void). Issue #3 features the republication of Egoboo #17. #4 was published in 1995, and featured a republication of Syndrome #5, with contributions from Greg Benford, and Dean Koontz, and a letter from Gene Simmons (Faun).

BLAT! won the 1994 FAAn Award for Best Fanzine.

Contributors of art work included Richard Thompson.

Contributions of writing included Greg Benford, Rob Hansen (Pulp), Andy Hooper (Apparatchik), Frank Lunney, Barnaby Rapoport, William Rotsler, Jeff Schalles (Rune), Stu Shiffman, Lynn Steffan, Steve Stiles, Will Straw (The Willard R. Biscuit Newsletter), and Bob Tucker (Le Zombie).

Comic strips were featured by Dan Steffan and Tom Foster.

Letters came from Harry Andruschak, Pamela Boal, Alan Bostick, David Bratman, Charles Burbee (Shangri L'Affaires), Bill Donaho (Habakkuk), Don Fitch, Terry Floyd, George Flynn, Mike Glicksohn (Energumen), Steve Green (Critical Wave), Chuch Harris, Terry Jeeves (ERG), David Langford (Ansible), Robert Lichtman (Trap Door), Ray Nelson, Joseph Nichola (Vector), Dave Rike (Innuendo), Martin Tudor (Critical Wave), and Walt Willis (Hyphen).

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