Freezer Burn Magazine

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Freezer Burn Magazine was a small press publication edited by David G. Rogers.

Published in the 1990s. Freezer Burn Magazine originated in Salem Massachusetts, U.S.A. The first issue appeared in Summer 1995. The magazine was subtitled, "Speculative Fiction That Explores The Boundaries Of Human Nature."

Cover art work was by Richard Dahlstrom (#2), Bob Crouch (#3), Cathy Buburuz (Champagne Horror) (#4), Jeffrey Thomas (#5, #7), Roddy Williams (#6, #8), Paul Swenson (#9), and Alfred R. Klosterman (#10).

Contributors of fiction included Jens H. Altmann, Jeff Berkwits, Mark Blickley, Lisa Jean Bothell, Gary Bowen, Stepan Chapman, Christopher Hennessey DeRose, Gryggyd Eamon Dempsey, James S. Dorr, Louise Dragon, David Fongerman, Ralph Gamelli, Kevin Garvey, Ken Goldman, Gordon A. Graves, Rich Gray, Ralph Greco, Jr., Robert B. Heath, Christopher Hivner, Christopher Holliday, Don Hornbostel, Faith Justice, D.F. Lewis, Barbara Malenky, Lyn McConchie, Dennis McDade, Kurt Newton, Nikki Patrick, Todd Powell, Mark Rich (Treaders of Starlight, The Silent Planet), Lenora K. Rogers, Beecher Smith, Chris Squire, Sue Storm, jeffrey Thomas, Jeff VanderMeer, Paul Walther, Don Webb, Heather G. Wells, and K.D. Wentworth..

Contributors of poetry included Russell Barnstein, Nancy Bennett, Dan Buck, Donna Taylor Burgess (The Blue Lady), G.O. Clark, Deidra Cox, Corinne De Winter, Scott E. Green, John Grey, Valerie Hardin, Philip Hughes, Laura Jacobsen, David C. Kopaska-Merkel, Lyn Lifshin, Elizabeth Morse, Marguerite Mullaney, Kurt Newton, H.T. Phair, Angel Reign, William P. Robertson, Chad Rolston, Ru Schmitt, Joseph M. Shea, Margaret B. Simon (Star*Line), Bobbo Sinha-Morey, Shauna Skye, W. Gregory Stewart, Cleve Taylor, Brandon W. Totman, Paul Weinman, and Mary Winter.