Cyber-Psychos AOD

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Issue 5, 1994, included cover art by Will Anders; feature on Vampire Rodents; artist profile of Dave O'Brien; and interviews with Vampire Rodents, Johnny Indovina, Pain Teens, Citizen Fish, Joe Christ, and Julie Doucet.
Issue 5, 1994, included cover art by Will Anders; feature on Vampire Rodents; artist profile of Dave O'Brien; and interviews with Vampire Rodents, Johnny Indovina, Pain Teens, Citizen Fish, Joe Christ, and Julie Doucet.
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Issue 6, 1995, included a cover by Gordon Klock; feature on Brian Hodge; artist profile on Alex Seminara; interviews with Brian Hodge, Sleep Chamber, Severed Heads, Uncle River ([[Xizquil]]), Adam Parfrey ([[Feral House]]), and Mark Amerika.  
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Issue 6, 1995, was the special "Schizophrenia/Alternate Realities" issue, and included a cover by Gordon Klock; features on Brian Hodge and Sleep Chamber; artist profile on Alex Seminara; interviews with Brian Hodge, Sleep Chamber, Severed Heads, Uncle River ([[Xizquil]]), Adam Parfrey ([[Feral House]]), and Mark Amerika.  
Issue 7, 1997, included cover art by Alex Seminara; feature on John Shirley; artist profile of H.E. Fassl; and interviews with John Shirley, Larry McCaffery, Paul M. Sammon, Phillip Kent, Tiamat, Carol Lay, Little Fyodor, and Jaci Marsh.   
Issue 7, 1997, included cover art by Alex Seminara; feature on John Shirley; artist profile of H.E. Fassl; and interviews with John Shirley, Larry McCaffery, Paul M. Sammon, Phillip Kent, Tiamat, Carol Lay, Little Fyodor, and Jaci Marsh.   

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Cyber-Psychos AOD was a small press publication edited and published by Jasmine Sailing.

Cyber-Psychos AOD ran from 1992 till 2001, and nine issues were released during that time. Each issue featured interviews, essays, articles, band and artist profiles, fiction, illustrations, and reviews.

The first issue featured cover art by Brian Cooper, artist profile of Gordon Klock; band profile of Futura Ultima Erotica; interviews with Martin Atkins, Pigface, Joel Haertling, and Architect's Office.

Issue 2 also featured cover art by Brian Cooper; artist profile of Voodoo; interviews with Godflesh, The Electric Hellfire Club, Rhys Fulber, Pamela Z., and The Cutthroat Empire; and an editorial was by Bob Larson.

Issue 3, 1993, featured cover art by Gordon Klock; artist profile on Will Anders; and interviews with Crash Worship, Pigface, Thomas Steenland, Nick Zess, and Edward Lee.

Issue 4, 1993, included cover art by Gordon Klock; artist profile of Chris Yardley; feature on t. Winter-Damon; and interviews with t. Winter-Damon, Lucy Taylor, G.X. Jupiter-Larsen, Type O Negative, and Sofahead.

Issue 5, 1994, included cover art by Will Anders; feature on Vampire Rodents; artist profile of Dave O'Brien; and interviews with Vampire Rodents, Johnny Indovina, Pain Teens, Citizen Fish, Joe Christ, and Julie Doucet.

Issue 6, 1995, was the special "Schizophrenia/Alternate Realities" issue, and included a cover by Gordon Klock; features on Brian Hodge and Sleep Chamber; artist profile on Alex Seminara; interviews with Brian Hodge, Sleep Chamber, Severed Heads, Uncle River (Xizquil), Adam Parfrey (Feral House), and Mark Amerika.

Issue 7, 1997, included cover art by Alex Seminara; feature on John Shirley; artist profile of H.E. Fassl; and interviews with John Shirley, Larry McCaffery, Paul M. Sammon, Phillip Kent, Tiamat, Carol Lay, Little Fyodor, and Jaci Marsh.

Essays were by Guy Adams, Frank Borsch, Len Bracken, Paul W. Campbell, S. Darnbrook Colson, Jim Bob Cook, John Everson, H.E. Fassl, Ed Finkler, Y. Von Faust, John E. Graves III, Paul Graves, Michael Hemmingson, Chad Hensley, Brian Hodge, Ron Howerton, Jazz, Alex S. Johnson, J.K., Arkoff Kapacitor, John Kerper, Gordon Klock, Chris Korda, Edward Lee, Paul Lemos, Amey Mazurek, Joel McLemore, Erryn Mnementh, Michael Jenkins Moynihan, Paul T. Riddell, Trevor Rigler, Jasmine Sailing, Wayne Allen Sallee, Alex Semonara, Joe Simon, Paul Schiola, Joe Simon, Richard Singer, Jason Smith, Steven Snair, Christie Sohnholz, R. Nicholas Taylor, Stephanie Walton, Don Webb, t. Winter-Damon, Chris Yardley, and Bruce Young.

Fiction was by S. Darnbrook Colson, Brian Cooper, Bill Eakin, Lorin Emery, C.S. Fuqua, Daveed Gartenstein-Ross, Michael Hemmingson, Brian Hodge, Gregory R. Hyde, Charlee Jabob, David F. Kramer, D.F. Lewis (Nemonymous), Dave Mariah, Jacie Marsh, Edward J. McFadden, Gary Lynn Morton, Gregory G. Nyman, K.K. Ormond, G.F. O'Sullivan, P.J. Roberts, John Shirley, S.L. Shrewsbury, Jeffrey A. Stadt, Sue Storm, Jennifer Swift, Jeffrey Thomas, Uncle River, Don Webb, Richard Wilber, t. Winter-Damon, and Thomas Wiloch.

Short story prose and poetry was by Bruce Boston, John Everson, Richard Gess, Tom Hamill, Scott C. Holstad, John Kerper, Mark McLaughlin (The Urbanite), Kurt Newton, K.K. Ormond, Wilum Pugmire (Old Bones, Midnight Fantasies), Wayne Allen Sallee, S.L. Shrewsbury, Scott H. Urban (Frisson), Don Webb.

Illustrators included Matt Allison, Will Anders, A. Bele, Brian Clark, Kay Cochran, Kim Colson, Jim Bob Cook, Brian Cooper, H.E. Fassl, Gordon Klock, N.Tro.P., Dave O'Brien, Christian Patchell, Wendy Piper, Richard A. Schindler, Paul Schiola, Alex Seminara, Alan Smith, Voodoo, Jason D. Waikes, t. Winter-Damon, and Bruce Young.

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