Fantasque

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''Fantasque'' was published in the 2000s in Lititz, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
''Fantasque'' was published in the 2000s in Lititz, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
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Contributors to ''Fantasque'' included Jom DeWitt, Tim Lebbon, [[D.F. Lewis]], and W.B. Vogel.
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Contributors of fiction to ''Fantasque'' included Paul Bates, Jim DeWitt, Anthea Holland, Suzi Kosturin, Tim Lebbon, [[D.F. Lewis]], Carlton Mellick, III, Michael Pendragon, Hope Saxton,  W.B. Vogel and Paul Wilson.
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Contributors of poetry included Sandra DeLuca, Kendall Evans, Jack Fisher, John Grey, Randy Mawer, Michael Pendragon, John Urbancik,  Louise Webster
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Also featured were interviews with Jeffrey Thomas and Jason Torrey.
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Art work was by Nicole Jakub.
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Revision as of 02:52, 28 August 2011

Fantasque was a small press publication devoted to weird fiction edited by Pam Chillemi-Yeager and John Davies.

Fantasque was published in the 2000s in Lititz, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Contributors of fiction to Fantasque included Paul Bates, Jim DeWitt, Anthea Holland, Suzi Kosturin, Tim Lebbon, D.F. Lewis, Carlton Mellick, III, Michael Pendragon, Hope Saxton, W.B. Vogel and Paul Wilson.

Contributors of poetry included Sandra DeLuca, Kendall Evans, Jack Fisher, John Grey, Randy Mawer, Michael Pendragon, John Urbancik, Louise Webster

Also featured were interviews with Jeffrey Thomas and Jason Torrey.

Art work was by Nicole Jakub.

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