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'''Cthulhu Cultus''' was a [[fanzine]] published by Philip Marsh and Tani Jantsang. The Associate Editor was James Ambuehl.  
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'''Cthulhu Cultus''' was a literary fanzine published by Philip Marsh and Tani Jantsang. The Associate Editor was James Ambuehl.  
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''Cthulhu Cultus'' was published in Florida, U.S.A. The first issue appeared in 1995. It was devoted to weird, supernatural and horror fiction and poetry with an emphasis on H. P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos.  
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''Cthulhu Cultus'' was published in Florida, U.S.A. The first issue appeared in 1995. It was devoted to weird, supernatural and horror fiction and poetry with an emphasis on [[H. P. Lovecraft]]'s [[Cthulhu Mythos]].  
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Contributors included James Ambuehl, Robert Bee, R. S. Cartwright, Jason Gridley, Tani Jantsang, D.F. Lewis, Philip Marsh, Duane Pesice, Joseph S. Pulver, Ron Shiflet, and Peter A. Worthy.
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Contributors included James Ambuehl, Tracy Ambuehl,  Kenneth J. Beattle, Robert Bee, R.D. Bookout, Crispin Burnham, R. S. Cartwright, Lee Clark, Jason Gridley, Peter F. Guenther, Jonathon William Hodges, Tani Jantsang, J.W. Kelley, [[D.F. Lewis]] ([[Nemonymous]]), Philip Marsh, Andy Nunez, Brian Nutter, Duane Pesice, [[Robert M. Price]] ([[Crypt of Cthulhu]]), [[Joseph S. Pulver]] ([[Cthulhu Codex]]), P.J. Roberts, Ian Rogers, Kevin Eric Sheridan, Ron Shiflet, Kenneth Silver, G.W.Thomas, John H. Toon, Ray Wallace, and Peter A. Worthy ([[Al-Azif]]).
Illustrations were done by T. Marsh.  
Illustrations were done by T. Marsh.  
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Eighteen issues of ''Cthulhu Cultus'' appeared, the last one in 2001.
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Eighteen issues of ''Cthulhu Cultus'' appeared, the last one in 2001. The editors also recorded a 60 minute CD of original ''Cthulhu Cultus'' Music. 
==External Links==
==External Links==
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*[http://www.epberglund.com/RGttCM/nightscapes/NS06/ns6rev.htm#overview Overview of ''Cthulhu Cultus'' by Jame Ambuehl]
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*[http://www.eodagon23.byethost24.com/eoDagon23/lovecraft_was_here/hplindex.html Cthulhu Culius editors website ''Lovecraft was Here'']
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*[http://www.epberglund.com/RGttCM/nightscapes/NS06/ns6rev.htm#overview Overview of ''Cthulhu Cultus'' by James Ambuehl]
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*[http://eodagon23.byethost24.com/eoDagon23/trip_to_innsmouth/pages/t-innsmouth-01.html The Editors of ''Cthulhu Cultus'' take a trip to Innsmouth]
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Cthulhu Cultus Issue 4, 1996
Cthulhu Cultus
Issue 4, 1996

Cthulhu Cultus was a literary fanzine published by Philip Marsh and Tani Jantsang. The Associate Editor was James Ambuehl.

Cthulhu Cultus was published in Florida, U.S.A. The first issue appeared in 1995. It was devoted to weird, supernatural and horror fiction and poetry with an emphasis on H. P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos.

Contributors included James Ambuehl, Tracy Ambuehl, Kenneth J. Beattle, Robert Bee, R.D. Bookout, Crispin Burnham, R. S. Cartwright, Lee Clark, Jason Gridley, Peter F. Guenther, Jonathon William Hodges, Tani Jantsang, J.W. Kelley, D.F. Lewis (Nemonymous), Philip Marsh, Andy Nunez, Brian Nutter, Duane Pesice, Robert M. Price (Crypt of Cthulhu), Joseph S. Pulver (Cthulhu Codex), P.J. Roberts, Ian Rogers, Kevin Eric Sheridan, Ron Shiflet, Kenneth Silver, G.W.Thomas, John H. Toon, Ray Wallace, and Peter A. Worthy (Al-Azif).

Illustrations were done by T. Marsh.

Eighteen issues of Cthulhu Cultus appeared, the last one in 2001. The editors also recorded a 60 minute CD of original Cthulhu Cultus Music.

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