Black Lite

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'''Black Lite''' is a fantasy, science fiction and horror fanzine by John DiPrete.  
'''Black Lite''' is a fantasy, science fiction and horror fanzine by John DiPrete.  
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''Black Lite'' was published in Cranston, Rhode Island, U.S.A. The first issue appeared in August 1976 and the second following in October of the same year.  
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''Black Lite'' was published in Cranston, Rhode Island, U.S.A. The first issue appeared in August 1976 and the second following in October of the same year. Issue 3 was released in March 1977 and the last double issue of 4 and 5 in January 1978.
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Contributors included Gene Day ([[Dark Fantasy]]), Mark Gelotte, Jon Inouye, Gary Kato, Gordon Linzner ([[Space and Time]]), Marcia Marton, K. W. Raney ([[After Hours]]), Charles Saunders, Darrell Schweitzer.  
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Contributors included Clifford W. Bird, Gene Day ([[Dark Fantasy]]), Mark Gelotte, Ken Hahn, Jon Inouye, Gary Kato, Phillip Klinger,  Gordon Linzner ([[Space and Time]]), Marcia Martin, Deborah Mary, David McLean, K. W. Raney ([[After Hours]]), Charles Saunders, Darrell Schweitzer, D, Slov.  
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Black Lite is a fantasy, science fiction and horror fanzine by John DiPrete.

Black Lite was published in Cranston, Rhode Island, U.S.A. The first issue appeared in August 1976 and the second following in October of the same year. Issue 3 was released in March 1977 and the last double issue of 4 and 5 in January 1978.

Contributors included Clifford W. Bird, Gene Day (Dark Fantasy), Mark Gelotte, Ken Hahn, Jon Inouye, Gary Kato, Phillip Klinger, Gordon Linzner (Space and Time), Marcia Martin, Deborah Mary, David McLean, K. W. Raney (After Hours), Charles Saunders, Darrell Schweitzer, D, Slov.

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