Gorbash

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'''Gorbash''' was a science fiction fanzine by Mary Johnson Andrews.  
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'''Gorbash''' was a science fiction fanzine by Mary Johnson/Andrews.  
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''Gorbash'' was published in Lubbock, Texas, U.S.A. in the 1980s, and was named after a drunken dragon in Gordon R. Dickson's book ''The Dragon and the George''.   Issue 6 was released March 1982.
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''Gorbash'' was published in Lubbock, Texas, U.S.A. in the 1980s, and was named after a drunken dragon in Gordon R. Dickson's book ''The Dragon and the George''. Issue 6 was released March 1982, and issue 7 didn't appear until 1991.
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''Gorbash'' contained prose, poetry, reviews, filking, and articles on early computer game programming. Also included were interviews with C.J. Cherryh, Frank Herbert, and Jack Williamson.
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''Gorbash'' contained prose, poetry, reviews, filking, and articles on early computer game programming. Also included were interviews with writers C.J. Cherryh, Frank Herbert, and Jack Williamson, cartoonist Richard Gershakm and musician Tommy Hancock.
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Contributors of articles included Jess Cavazos, Monika Green, and Mary Johnson/Andrews. 
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Contributors of fiction included Mike Blevins, Jess Cavazos, Cecily Maples, and Chris Rogers. Poetry was by Ronnie Jones.
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Contributing artists included Kathleen Cavazos, Norv Maples, and Todd McNemee, among others.
==External Lins==
==External Lins==
*[http://www.firebornchronicles.com/apps/blog/show/1259425-writing-memoirs-gorbash Mary Andrews recollects '''Gorbash''']  
*[http://www.firebornchronicles.com/apps/blog/show/1259425-writing-memoirs-gorbash Mary Andrews recollects '''Gorbash''']  
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*[http://www.firebornchronicles.com/apps/blog/show/1259415-writing-memoirs-gorbash-1991 Mary Andrews continues her recollections of '''Gorbash''']
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Revision as of 20:37, 12 March 2012

Gorbash was a science fiction fanzine by Mary Johnson/Andrews.

Gorbash was published in Lubbock, Texas, U.S.A. in the 1980s, and was named after a drunken dragon in Gordon R. Dickson's book The Dragon and the George. Issue 6 was released March 1982, and issue 7 didn't appear until 1991.

Gorbash contained prose, poetry, reviews, filking, and articles on early computer game programming. Also included were interviews with writers C.J. Cherryh, Frank Herbert, and Jack Williamson, cartoonist Richard Gershakm and musician Tommy Hancock.

Contributors of articles included Jess Cavazos, Monika Green, and Mary Johnson/Andrews.

Contributors of fiction included Mike Blevins, Jess Cavazos, Cecily Maples, and Chris Rogers. Poetry was by Ronnie Jones.

Contributing artists included Kathleen Cavazos, Norv Maples, and Todd McNemee, among others.

External Lins

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