Dementia 13

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A literary publication devoted to horror and weird fiction, ''Dementia 13'' was published in the 1990s. The subtitle was "An Illustrated Journal of the Arcane & Macabre".  
A literary publication devoted to horror and weird fiction, ''Dementia 13'' was published in the 1990s. The subtitle was "An Illustrated Journal of the Arcane & Macabre".  
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Contributors of fiction included Martin Blake, Daniel Buck, Philip Holmes, Alexander Johnson, Kirk S. King, [[D.F. Lewis]], David Logan ([[Grotesque]]), Roderick MacDonald, Anthony North, William Smith, Conrad Williams, and Paul Worts.
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Contributors of fiction included Martin Blake, Daniel Buck, Rick Cadger, Simon Clark, Philip J. Cockburn,  Philip Holmes, P.F. Jeffery, Alexander Johnson, Kirk S. King, Joel Lane, [[D.F. Lewis]], David Logan ([[Grotesque]]), Roderick MacDonald, Dan McGee, Anthony North, Paul Pinn, Mark Samuels, William Smith, Bill Thompkins, Ian Westbrook, Conrad Williams, and Paul Worts.
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Illustrations were by Kerry Earl, Dallas Goffin, and Rik.
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Illustrations were by P.J. Creais, Kerry Earl, Dom Ganzelli, Dallas Goffin, Steve Lines, Rik, and Roddy Williams.
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Also featured were interviews with writers such as Simon Clark.  
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Revision as of 23:50, 7 January 2012

Dementia 13 was a small press publication by Pam Creais.

A literary publication devoted to horror and weird fiction, Dementia 13 was published in the 1990s. The subtitle was "An Illustrated Journal of the Arcane & Macabre".

Contributors of fiction included Martin Blake, Daniel Buck, Rick Cadger, Simon Clark, Philip J. Cockburn, Philip Holmes, P.F. Jeffery, Alexander Johnson, Kirk S. King, Joel Lane, D.F. Lewis, David Logan (Grotesque), Roderick MacDonald, Dan McGee, Anthony North, Paul Pinn, Mark Samuels, William Smith, Bill Thompkins, Ian Westbrook, Conrad Williams, and Paul Worts.

Illustrations were by P.J. Creais, Kerry Earl, Dom Ganzelli, Dallas Goffin, Steve Lines, Rik, and Roddy Williams.

Also featured were interviews with writers such as Simon Clark.

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