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'''Fantasque''' was a small press publication devoted to weird fiction edited by Pam Chillemi-Yeager and John Davies.  
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[[Image:Fantasque_Pam_Chillemi_Yeager_copy.jpg‎|right|frame|'''Fantasque'''<br/> Issue 2 1999 <br/>Cover by Dave Fode ]]
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'''Fantasque''' was a small press publication devoted to weird fiction, science fiction, horror, gothic, fantasy and surrealistic fiction edited by Pam Chillemi-Yeager and John Davies.  
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''Fantasque'' was published in the 2000s in Lititz, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
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''Fantasque'' was first published in January 1999 in Lititz, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. The last issue was #6, published in Autumn 2000. After this it was released as an annual anthology for a few years.  
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Contributors of fiction to ''Fantasque'' included Paul Bates, Daniel C. Bonasky, Jim DeWitt, Stefano Donati, Greg F. Gifune, P.K. Graves,  Christopher Hivner, Anthea Holland, Gerald Daniel Houarner,  Michael Kelly, Suzi Kosturin, Charles Richard Laing, Tim Lebbon, [[D.F. Lewis]], Carlton Mellick, III, Michael Pendragon, Phyllis Pyle, Ken Rand, D.M. Recktenwalt, Mark Rich, John Rosenman, David A. Ross, Hope Saxton, D. Joseph Schaff, Vera Searles, Andie W. Squires, W.B. Vogel and Paul Wilson.
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Contributors of fiction to ''Fantasque'' included Kim Antieau, Lawrence Barker, Paul Bates, Daniel C. Bonasky, G.O. Clark, Kevin Corcoran, Jim DeWitt, Suzanne Donahue,  Stefano Donati, Greg F. Gifune ([[Burning Sky]], [[The Edge]]), Ken Goldman, P.K. Graves,  Christopher Hivner, Anthea Holland, Gerald Daniel Houarner, Deborah Hunt, Charlee Jacob,  Michael Kelly, Suzi Kosturin, Michael Laimo, Charles Richard Laing, Tim Lebbon, [[D.F. Lewis]] ([[Nemonymous]]), Barbara Malenky,  Mark McLaughlin ([[The Urbanite]]), [[Carlton Mellick III]] ([[Earwig Flesh Factory]]), Mario Kesh Navar, Michael Malefica Pendragon, Mike Philbin (as 'Hetzan Chimera'), Phyllis Pyle, Ken Rand, D.M. Recktenwalt, Mark Rich ([[Treaders of Starlight]], [[The Magazine of Speculative Poetry]]), Robert Richards, John B. Rosenman, David A. Ross, Hope Saxton, D. Joseph Schaff, Vera Searles, Andie W. Squires, Douglas M. Stokes, Scott Urban ([[Frisson]]), David Valentino, W.B. Vogel, Clay Waters, and Paul Wilson.
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Contributors of poetry included Sandra DeLuca, Kevin Donihe, Kendall Evans, Jack Fisher, John Grey, K.S. Hardy, Randy Mawer, Michael Pendragon, John Urbancik, William John Watkins, Louise Webster  
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Contributors of poetry included Nancy Bennett, Lida Broadhurst, G.O. Clark, Dylan Crouch, Sandra DeLuca, Corrine De Winter, Kevin Donihe ([[Bare Bone]]), Kendall Evans, Jack Fisher ([[Flesh & Blood]]), Al Gendernalik, John Grey, K.S. Hardy, Randy Mawer, Kurt Newton, Michael Pendragon, Karen R. Porter, William P. Robertson, Betty J. Silconas, Bobbi Sinha-Morey, John Urbancik, William John Watkins, and Louise Webster  
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Also featured were interviews with Jeffrey Thomas and Jason Torrey.
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Also featured were interviews with Kim Antieau, Douglas Clegg, [[D.F. Lewis]], Jeffrey Thomas and Jason Torrey.
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Art work was by Nicole Jakub, Donald W. Schank, and Jeffrey Thomas.
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Cover art work was by John Davies (#1), Dave Fode (#2), Kyle Miller (#3), Donald W. Schank (#4), and Jeffrey Thomas (#5), and Nicole Jakub (#6).
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Fantasque Issue 2 1999 Cover by Dave Fode
Fantasque
Issue 2 1999
Cover by Dave Fode

Fantasque was a small press publication devoted to weird fiction, science fiction, horror, gothic, fantasy and surrealistic fiction edited by Pam Chillemi-Yeager and John Davies.

Fantasque was first published in January 1999 in Lititz, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. The last issue was #6, published in Autumn 2000. After this it was released as an annual anthology for a few years.

Contributors of fiction to Fantasque included Kim Antieau, Lawrence Barker, Paul Bates, Daniel C. Bonasky, G.O. Clark, Kevin Corcoran, Jim DeWitt, Suzanne Donahue, Stefano Donati, Greg F. Gifune (Burning Sky, The Edge), Ken Goldman, P.K. Graves, Christopher Hivner, Anthea Holland, Gerald Daniel Houarner, Deborah Hunt, Charlee Jacob, Michael Kelly, Suzi Kosturin, Michael Laimo, Charles Richard Laing, Tim Lebbon, D.F. Lewis (Nemonymous), Barbara Malenky, Mark McLaughlin (The Urbanite), Carlton Mellick III (Earwig Flesh Factory), Mario Kesh Navar, Michael Malefica Pendragon, Mike Philbin (as 'Hetzan Chimera'), Phyllis Pyle, Ken Rand, D.M. Recktenwalt, Mark Rich (Treaders of Starlight, The Magazine of Speculative Poetry), Robert Richards, John B. Rosenman, David A. Ross, Hope Saxton, D. Joseph Schaff, Vera Searles, Andie W. Squires, Douglas M. Stokes, Scott Urban (Frisson), David Valentino, W.B. Vogel, Clay Waters, and Paul Wilson.

Contributors of poetry included Nancy Bennett, Lida Broadhurst, G.O. Clark, Dylan Crouch, Sandra DeLuca, Corrine De Winter, Kevin Donihe (Bare Bone), Kendall Evans, Jack Fisher (Flesh & Blood), Al Gendernalik, John Grey, K.S. Hardy, Randy Mawer, Kurt Newton, Michael Pendragon, Karen R. Porter, William P. Robertson, Betty J. Silconas, Bobbi Sinha-Morey, John Urbancik, William John Watkins, and Louise Webster

Also featured were interviews with Kim Antieau, Douglas Clegg, D.F. Lewis, Jeffrey Thomas and Jason Torrey.

Cover art work was by John Davies (#1), Dave Fode (#2), Kyle Miller (#3), Donald W. Schank (#4), and Jeffrey Thomas (#5), and Nicole Jakub (#6).

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