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[[Image:Triskellpress-dragonfields3_copy.jpg‎|right|frame|'''Dragonfields'''<br/>Issue 3 Summer 1980<br/>Cover art by Donna Gordon]]
'''Dragonfields''' was a fantasy fanzine by Charles de Lint and Charles Saunders.
'''Dragonfields''' was a fantasy fanzine by Charles de Lint and Charles Saunders.

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Issue 3 Summer 1980
Cover art by Donna Gordon

Dragonfields was a fantasy fanzine by Charles de Lint and Charles Saunders.

Dragonfields was published in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, by Triskell Press. Four issues appeared, although not always under that title.

The first issue was published in Spring 1978, called Dragonbane, and edited by Charles Saunders. In the autumn of that year issue two followed, edited by de Lint, this time with the title Beyond the Fields We Know. The titles were then merged as Dragonfields for two more issue; issue three, which was released in Summer 1980, and issue four, appearing in Winter 1983.

Contributors of fiction included Caradoc A. Cador, Adrian Chadwick, Galad Elflandsson, Sharon Lee, Tanith Lee, Richard K. Lyon, David Madison, Albert J. Manachino, Ardath Mayhar, Andrew Offut, Diana L. Paxson, Georgie Schnobrich, Darrell Schweitzer, and Thomas Burnett Swann.

Contributors of non fiction included Michael E. Ambrose, Don Herron, Michael Moorcock (A Fanzine Called Eustace), Charles Saunders, and Karl Edward Wagner.

Poetry was by Joy Chant, Michael Danagher, Thomas M. Egan, Joey Froehlich, Dwight E. Humphries, David Madison, Diana L. Paxson, Stephanie Stearns, Sharrie n'ha Verana, Charles de Lint as 'Wendelessen', Robin Williamson.

Also included was a reprint of the poem, "The Sands of the Desert" by Robert E. Howard.

Covers were by Donna Gordon. Illustrators included Clifford Bird, Barry Blair, Liz Danforth, Dan Day, Rudi Frank, Donna Gordon, C. Lee Healy, Tanith Lee, Georgie Schnobrich, Dave Sim, David Sweet, Charles Vess, Heather Webster, and Wallace Wood, among others.

Charles R. Saunders also published the fantasy fanzine Stardock.