Fantasy Macabre

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The first issue of ''Fantasy Macabre'' appeared in 1980. The first two issues were published by Dave Reeder in London, UK. Richard Fawcet took over publishing duties with issue 3, released in 1982 in Uncasville, Connecticut, U.S.A., although Dave Reeder remained editor.  Starting in 1985 with issue #5, the editor of ''Fantasy Macabre'' was [[Jessica Amanda Salmonson]], continuing until the last issue, #17, released in 1996. The subtitle for this period was , "Beauty plus Strangeness eguals Terror".
The first issue of ''Fantasy Macabre'' appeared in 1980. The first two issues were published by Dave Reeder in London, UK. Richard Fawcet took over publishing duties with issue 3, released in 1982 in Uncasville, Connecticut, U.S.A., although Dave Reeder remained editor.  Starting in 1985 with issue #5, the editor of ''Fantasy Macabre'' was [[Jessica Amanda Salmonson]], continuing until the last issue, #17, released in 1996. The subtitle for this period was , "Beauty plus Strangeness eguals Terror".
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Contributors included Robin Ansell, Ruth Berman, Michael Bishop, Michael Bracken, John Bradley, Joseph Payne Brennan ([[Macabre (U.S.A.)|Macabre]]), Michael Bullock, Mary Elizabeth Counselman, David Cowperthwaite, Jules Remedios Faye, Grant Fjermedal, Janet Fox, James Grandillo, Stephen Gresham, Richard L. Hansen, James B. Hemesath, K. Huebner, Marvin Kaye, Tanith Lee, Thomas Ligotti, Jane Mickelson, Tony Patrick, [[Wilum Pugmire]] ([[Midnight Fantasies]], [[Old Bones]]), Carol Reid, Michael Nicholas Richards, Archie N. Roy, Scott H. Urban, Bobby G. Warner, Susan Lilas Wiggs, and Karen Young.
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Contributors included Robin Ansell, Ruth Berman, Michael Bishop, Michael Bracken, John Bradley, Joseph Payne Brennan ([[Macabre (U.S.A.)|Macabre]]), Michael Bullock, Mary Elizabeth Counselman, David Cowperthwaite, Jules Remedios Faye, Grant Fjermedal, Janet Fox, James Grandillo, Stephen Gresham, Richard L. Hansen, James B. Hemesath, K. Huebner, Marvin Kaye, Tanith Lee, Thomas Ligotti, Jane Mickelson, Tony Patrick, [[Wilum Pugmire]] ([[Midnight Fantasies]], [[Old Bones]]), Carol Reid, Michael Nicholas Richards, Archie N. Roy, Peter Tremayne, Scott H. Urban, Bobby G. Warner, Susan Lilas Wiggs, and Karen Young.
Also included were translations of European authors such as Gustav Meyrink, translated by Michael Bullock, and Jan Weiss, translated by Cyril Simsa.
Also included were translations of European authors such as Gustav Meyrink, translated by Michael Bullock, and Jan Weiss, translated by Cyril Simsa.
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Cover artists included Dave Carson, Emmanuel, Lawrence Housman, and D.L. Hutchinson, among others, with illustrations by Alan Hunter, Steve Jones, Allen Koszowski, Russ Nicholson, and Dave Reeder.
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Cover artists included Dave Carson, Emmanuel, Lawrence Housman, and D.L. Hutchinson, among others, with illustrations by Alan Hunter, Steve Jones, Allen Koszowski, Russ Nicholson, Dave Reeder, Hudson Shaw, and Leslie Skingle.
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Fantasy Macabre was a literary zine devoted to fantasy and terror fiction.

The first issue of Fantasy Macabre appeared in 1980. The first two issues were published by Dave Reeder in London, UK. Richard Fawcet took over publishing duties with issue 3, released in 1982 in Uncasville, Connecticut, U.S.A., although Dave Reeder remained editor. Starting in 1985 with issue #5, the editor of Fantasy Macabre was Jessica Amanda Salmonson, continuing until the last issue, #17, released in 1996. The subtitle for this period was , "Beauty plus Strangeness eguals Terror".

Contributors included Robin Ansell, Ruth Berman, Michael Bishop, Michael Bracken, John Bradley, Joseph Payne Brennan (Macabre), Michael Bullock, Mary Elizabeth Counselman, David Cowperthwaite, Jules Remedios Faye, Grant Fjermedal, Janet Fox, James Grandillo, Stephen Gresham, Richard L. Hansen, James B. Hemesath, K. Huebner, Marvin Kaye, Tanith Lee, Thomas Ligotti, Jane Mickelson, Tony Patrick, Wilum Pugmire (Midnight Fantasies, Old Bones), Carol Reid, Michael Nicholas Richards, Archie N. Roy, Peter Tremayne, Scott H. Urban, Bobby G. Warner, Susan Lilas Wiggs, and Karen Young.

Also included were translations of European authors such as Gustav Meyrink, translated by Michael Bullock, and Jan Weiss, translated by Cyril Simsa.

Cover artists included Dave Carson, Emmanuel, Lawrence Housman, and D.L. Hutchinson, among others, with illustrations by Alan Hunter, Steve Jones, Allen Koszowski, Russ Nicholson, Dave Reeder, Hudson Shaw, and Leslie Skingle.

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