Iseult

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'''Iseult''' was a science fiction fanzine by Lisa Conesa.  
'''Iseult''' was a science fiction fanzine by Lisa Conesa.  
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''Iseult'' was published in England, UK, and distributed by the [[Offtrails Magazine Publishers Association]]. Two issues appeared, both released in 1972.
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''Iseult'' was published in England, UK in 1972. The first issue was distributed by the [[Offtrails Magazine Publishers Association]], but not the subsequent issues. The second issue also appeared in 1972, with issue three, co-edited with Alan Burns, released in 1973 and issue four, also with co-editor Alan Burns, appearing in 1974.
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Contributors included [[Beryl Mercer]] ([[Link (UK)|Link]], [[Oz (UK)|Oz]]).  
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''Iseult'' featured poetry, fiction, and serious articles.
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Lisa Conesa also published the fanzine [[Zimri]], which won the [[Nova Award for Best Fanzine]] in 1974, and produced the science fiction poetry anthology [[The Purple Hours]].
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Contributors of writing included George Hay, Archie Mercer ([[Vector]]), [[Beryl Mercer]] ([[Link (UK)|Link]], [[Oz (UK)|Oz]]), and Mary Legg ([[Crabapple]]).
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Contributors of artwork included Eddie Jones and Brian Robinson.
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Lisa Conesa also published the fanzine [[Zimri]], which won the [[Nova Award for Best Fanzine]] in 1974, produced the science fiction poetry anthology [[The Purple Hours]], and released her other apazine [[Gambit (UK)|Gambit]], also through OMPA.
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Iseult was a science fiction fanzine by Lisa Conesa.

Iseult was published in England, UK in 1972. The first issue was distributed by the Offtrails Magazine Publishers Association, but not the subsequent issues. The second issue also appeared in 1972, with issue three, co-edited with Alan Burns, released in 1973 and issue four, also with co-editor Alan Burns, appearing in 1974.

Iseult featured poetry, fiction, and serious articles.

Contributors of writing included George Hay, Archie Mercer (Vector), Beryl Mercer (Link, Oz), and Mary Legg (Crabapple).

Contributors of artwork included Eddie Jones and Brian Robinson.

Lisa Conesa also published the fanzine Zimri, which won the Nova Award for Best Fanzine in 1974, produced the science fiction poetry anthology The Purple Hours, and released her other apazine Gambit, also through OMPA.

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