Goliard is a science fiction fanzine by Karen Anderson and Poul Anderson.
Goliard was published beginning in the 1960s in California. U.S.A., and running until the 1970s. The term 'Goliard' refers to a wandering minstrel, itinerant poet, or vagabond scholar in Medieval Europe, famed for the composition of satirical and ribald songs.
The 1963 issue of Goliard features the poems "Ode to a Stuffed Owl" and "Hauteur" by Fredric Brown, reprinted from his first book, Fermented Ink.
The April 1965 issue features the first publishing of Fredric Brown's 5-page biographical piece "It's Only Everything".
The February 1970 issue features four drawings by Richard Bergeron (Warhoon).
Goliard was distributed by the Fantasy Amateur Press Association.