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'''FuBar''' was a small press publication devoted to [[H. P. Lovecraft]], edited by Joseph Bell.
 
'''FuBar''' was a small press publication devoted to [[H. P. Lovecraft]], edited by Joseph Bell.
  
''FuBar'' was published in the 1980s in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Six issues of ''FuBar'' appeared, some with a particular theme. The first issue was published in 1983. The theme for issue 3 was "Cats and Dogs". Issue 5 was "The Materialist Today".
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''FuBar'' was published in the 1980s in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Six issues of ''FuBar'' appeared, some with a particular theme. The first issue was published in 1983.  
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The theme for issue 3 was "Cats and Dogs" and featured writing by Wayne Edwards, and a reprinting of "Cats & Dogs", by Lovecraft. Issue 5 was "The Materialist Today".
  
 
Issue 6 was the final issue, and featured bibliographies and essays about prominent Lovecraftian small press publications, such as [[The Lovecraftsman]], [[Nyctalops]], [[The Dark Brotherhood Journal]], [[Crypt of Cthulhu]], and others, and came out in 1987.
 
Issue 6 was the final issue, and featured bibliographies and essays about prominent Lovecraftian small press publications, such as [[The Lovecraftsman]], [[Nyctalops]], [[The Dark Brotherhood Journal]], [[Crypt of Cthulhu]], and others, and came out in 1987.

Revision as of 14:56, 24 March 2012

FuBar was a small press publication devoted to H. P. Lovecraft, edited by Joseph Bell.

FuBar was published in the 1980s in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Six issues of FuBar appeared, some with a particular theme. The first issue was published in 1983.

The theme for issue 3 was "Cats and Dogs" and featured writing by Wayne Edwards, and a reprinting of "Cats & Dogs", by Lovecraft. Issue 5 was "The Materialist Today".

Issue 6 was the final issue, and featured bibliographies and essays about prominent Lovecraftian small press publications, such as The Lovecraftsman, Nyctalops, The Dark Brotherhood Journal, Crypt of Cthulhu, and others, and came out in 1987.

Contributors of cover artwork included Brenda Neufeld. Interior art work was by Brenda Neufeld and Roger Stewart.