Cosign

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'''Cosign''' was a science fiction fanzine published by the Central Ohio Fantasy Society, and edited by Bob Gaines.
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'''Cosign''' was a science fiction fanzine published by the Central Ohio Science Fantasy Society, and edited by Bob Gaines.
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Published in the 1960s in Ohio, U.S.A., at least 9 issues of ''Cosign'' were released. Issue 9 appeared in April 1967.
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Published in the 1960s in Ohio, U.S.A., 16 issues of ''Cosign'' were released. Issue 2 was published in 1966. For issue 12, released July 1967, Larry Smith was the editor.  For issue 13, published September 1967, Rod Goman was editor. Issue 14, with Bob Gaines again as editor, appeared in December 1967. As of issue 16, ''Cosign'' was published independently of COSFS by Bob Gaines.
Contributions of writing were by Brian Burley, Richard Byers, Rod Goman, Bob Hillis, Larry Knight, Richard Labonte ([[Hugin and Munin]]),  Ron Miller, Larry Smith, Ron Smith, and Angus Taylor,  among others.
Contributions of writing were by Brian Burley, Richard Byers, Rod Goman, Bob Hillis, Larry Knight, Richard Labonte ([[Hugin and Munin]]),  Ron Miller, Larry Smith, Ron Smith, and Angus Taylor,  among others.

Revision as of 06:58, 3 May 2014

Cosign was a science fiction fanzine published by the Central Ohio Science Fantasy Society, and edited by Bob Gaines.

Published in the 1960s in Ohio, U.S.A., 16 issues of Cosign were released. Issue 2 was published in 1966. For issue 12, released July 1967, Larry Smith was the editor. For issue 13, published September 1967, Rod Goman was editor. Issue 14, with Bob Gaines again as editor, appeared in December 1967. As of issue 16, Cosign was published independently of COSFS by Bob Gaines.

Contributions of writing were by Brian Burley, Richard Byers, Rod Goman, Bob Hillis, Larry Knight, Richard Labonte (Hugin and Munin), Ron Miller, Larry Smith, Ron Smith, and Angus Taylor, among others.

Contributions of art work came from Robert E. Gilbert, and Gregg Willard (cover #9), among others.

Letters from Juanita Coulson (Yandro), Jerry Kaufman, Doug Lovenstein, and others.

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