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'''Ibid''' was a fanzine devoted to weird fiction edited by Ben Indick (1923-2009)  
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'''Ibid''' was a fanzine devoted to weird fiction edited by Ben Indick (1923-2009).
  
 
''Ibid'' was distributed through the [[Esoteric Order of Dagon]], an APA ([[Amateur Press Association]]) devoted to [[H. P. Lovecraft]].
 
''Ibid'' was distributed through the [[Esoteric Order of Dagon]], an APA ([[Amateur Press Association]]) devoted to [[H. P. Lovecraft]].
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Written contributions came from Bill Bridget, [[W. Paul Ganley]] ([[Eerie Country]], [[Amanita Brandy]]), and J. Vernon Shea ([[Outre]]).  
 
Written contributions came from Bill Bridget, [[W. Paul Ganley]] ([[Eerie Country]], [[Amanita Brandy]]), and J. Vernon Shea ([[Outre]]).  
  
Contributing artists included Jerry Collins, Robert Knox, Pat McCormick, David Parsons and E. Vernon Smith. Ben Indick also reprinted a number of illustrations and covers done by [[Hannes Bok]].  
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Contributing artists included Jerry Collins, Brad Foster, Robert Knox, Pat McCormick, David Parsons and E. Vernon Smith. Ben Indick also reprinted a number of illustrations and covers done by [[Hannes Bok]].  
  
 
''Indick'' also presented for the first time in print an overlooked essay by H.P. Lovecraft.
 
''Indick'' also presented for the first time in print an overlooked essay by H.P. Lovecraft.

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Ibid was a fanzine devoted to weird fiction edited by Ben Indick (1923-2009).

Ibid was distributed through the Esoteric Order of Dagon, an APA (Amateur Press Association) devoted to H. P. Lovecraft.

Included in Ibid were essays by Indick, including "The Children of Ahasuerus", and "Lovecraft's Ladies", which has been reprinted several times since the first printing in this publication, and "Ray Bradbury the Dramatist", later expanded into the book published by Borgo.

Also included was fiction such as "Maeve By Moonlight".

Written contributions came from Bill Bridget, W. Paul Ganley (Eerie Country, Amanita Brandy), and J. Vernon Shea (Outre).

Contributing artists included Jerry Collins, Brad Foster, Robert Knox, Pat McCormick, David Parsons and E. Vernon Smith. Ben Indick also reprinted a number of illustrations and covers done by Hannes Bok.

Indick also presented for the first time in print an overlooked essay by H.P. Lovecraft.

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