Hoom

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'''Hoom''' is a fanzine by Bee Bowman and Frank Denton.
'''Hoom''' is a fanzine by Bee Bowman and Frank Denton.
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''Hoom'' was devoted to the works of author JRR Tolkien. The first issue was published in June 1968, with issue 2 following in September, and issue 3 in December of that same year. Issue 4 appeared in April 1969. ''Hoom'' included articles, essays, film and book reviews, fiction, poetry, art work, and letters.
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''Hoom'' was devoted to the works of author JRR Tolkien. The first issue was published in June 1968, with issue 2 following in September, and issue 3 in December of that same year. Issue 4 appeared in April 196, and issue 5, the lat issue in Fall 1969. ''Hoom'' included articles, essays, film and book reviews, fiction, poetry, art work, and letters.
Contributors of writing included Gerald Bishop, Kate Bowman, Tova Inpyn, Paul Novitski (also known as Alpajpuri, editor of [[Carandaith]], )Patrick Strang, and Joe Zalabak.
Contributors of writing included Gerald Bishop, Kate Bowman, Tova Inpyn, Paul Novitski (also known as Alpajpuri, editor of [[Carandaith]], )Patrick Strang, and Joe Zalabak.

Revision as of 08:51, 28 December 2011

Hoom is a fanzine by Bee Bowman and Frank Denton.

Hoom was devoted to the works of author JRR Tolkien. The first issue was published in June 1968, with issue 2 following in September, and issue 3 in December of that same year. Issue 4 appeared in April 196, and issue 5, the lat issue in Fall 1969. Hoom included articles, essays, film and book reviews, fiction, poetry, art work, and letters.

Contributors of writing included Gerald Bishop, Kate Bowman, Tova Inpyn, Paul Novitski (also known as Alpajpuri, editor of Carandaith, )Patrick Strang, and Joe Zalabak.

Contributions of poetry came from Michael Gilbert, Harriett Kolchak, Marie Laverty, and R.H. Racwain.

Artwork was by Bee Bowman, Ann Chamberlain, John Closson, Elaine J. Cooke, Frank Denton, Paul Novitski, and Joe Zalabak.

Letters came from Bob Foster, and Paul Novitski, among others.

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