Hugin and Munin

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'''Hugin and Munin''' is a science fiction fanzine by Robert Labonte.
'''Hugin and Munin''' is a science fiction fanzine by Robert Labonte.
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''Hugin and Munin'', named for the two ravens of the Norse god Odin, who representing 'thought' (Hugin) and 'memory' (Munin), was published in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, from 1966 till 1968. Previously he had published [[Low-Down]].
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''Hugin and Munin'', named for the two ravens of the Norse god Odin, who representing 'thought' (Hugin) and 'memory' (Munin), was published in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, from 1966 till 1968.  
Contributors included Crayden Arcand, Mike Glicksohn ([[Energumen]]), Ray Nelson, Chris Redmond, Earl Schultz, Colin Stafford, [[Susan Wood]] ([[Aspidistra]]), Marg Yeo and Roger Zelazny.
Contributors included Crayden Arcand, Mike Glicksohn ([[Energumen]]), Ray Nelson, Chris Redmond, Earl Schultz, Colin Stafford, [[Susan Wood]] ([[Aspidistra]]), Marg Yeo and Roger Zelazny.
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''Hugin and Munin'' #6 was a split zine with [[Kevas and Trillium]].
''Hugin and Munin'' #6 was a split zine with [[Kevas and Trillium]].
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Richard LaBonte later published the fanzine [[Low-Down]].
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Richard LaBonte also published the fanzine [[Low-Down]].
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Revision as of 02:18, 17 September 2011

Hugin and Munin is a science fiction fanzine by Robert Labonte.

Hugin and Munin, named for the two ravens of the Norse god Odin, who representing 'thought' (Hugin) and 'memory' (Munin), was published in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, from 1966 till 1968.

Contributors included Crayden Arcand, Mike Glicksohn (Energumen), Ray Nelson, Chris Redmond, Earl Schultz, Colin Stafford, Susan Wood (Aspidistra), Marg Yeo and Roger Zelazny.

Artwork was contributed by Derek Carter, Jack Gaughan, Alexis Gilliland, and Murray Long.

Letters came from Issac Asimov, Alexei Panshin and George W. Price.

Hugin and Munin #6 was a split zine with Kevas and Trillium.

Richard LaBonte also published the fanzine Low-Down.

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