Not One Of Us

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''Not One Of Us'' was released between 1986 and 2008, with 40 issues published in that time. It was a literary zine devoted to horror and fantasy, and publishing both fiction and poetry.
''Not One Of Us'' was released between 1986 and 2008, with 40 issues published in that time. It was a literary zine devoted to horror and fantasy, and publishing both fiction and poetry.
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Contributors of fiction included Steve Antczak, Chris Bell, Terry Black, Gary A. Braunbeck, Cliff Burns, Carol Cail, Tony Cobb, Monica Nehm Cook, Dan Crawford, J. Spencer Dreischarf, Tom Elliot, Kay Fortunato, Bob Gates, Barb Hendee, Andrew Hook, Francis Huff, Nathaniel Johnson, Jr., Chris Kenworthy, Charles Richard Laing, [[D.F. Lewis]] ([[Nemonymous]]), Miroslaw Lipinski, Elizabeth Massie, D.R. McBride, Richard F. McGonegal, Mark McLaughlin, Wendell Metzger,  James Miller, Ray Nickford, Jeffrey Osier, Kim Padgett-Clarke, Norman Partridge, Celeste Paul, Jack Pavey, Todd Powell, Stephen M. Rainey, Mark Rich ([[The Magazine of Speculative Poetry]]), William Rose, Barbara Rosen, Katherine X. Rylien, Richard Sharpless, Carol T. Noble, Jeff VanderMeer, Steve Vernon, Carroll Welker, Heather G. Wells, and t. Winter-Damon.  
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Contributors of fiction included Steve Antczak, Chris Bell, Terry Black, Gary A. Braunbeck, Cliff Burns, Carol Cail, Tony Cobb, Monica Nehm Cook, Dan Crawford, J. Spencer Dreischarf, Tom Elliot, Kay Fortunato, Bob Gates, Barb Hendee, Andrew Hook, Francis Huff, Nathaniel Johnson, Jr., Chris Kenworthy, Charles Richard Laing, [[D.F. Lewis]] ([[Nemonymous]]), Miroslaw Lipinski, Elizabeth Massie, D.R. McBride, Richard F. McGonegal, Mark McLaughlin, Wendell Metzger,  James Miller, Ray Nickford, Jeffrey Osier, Kim Padgett-Clarke, Norman Partridge, Celeste Paul, Jack Pavey, Todd Powell, Stephen M. Rainey ([[Deathrealm]]), Mark Rich ([[The Magazine of Speculative Poetry]]), William Rose, Barbara Rosen, Katherine X. Rylien, Richard Sharpless, Carol T. Noble, Jeff VanderMeer, Steve Vernon, Carroll Welker, Heather G. Wells, and t. Winter-Damon.  
Contributors of poetry included Michael A. Arnzen, Blythe Ayne, Eric Bourland, Carl Buchanan, C. Darren Butler ([[Magic Realism]], [[A Theater of Blood]]), Vincent Cannella, Bob Cook, Keith Allen Daniels, Andrew Darlington ([[Ludd's Mill]]), Kathryn A. Drexel, Wayne Edwards, A.E. Figueredo, Scott E. Green, John Grey, Kevin S. Kantola, Herb Kauderer, Ronald Edward Kittell, Judy Klass, David C. Kopaska-Merkel ([[Star*Line]]), Doni A. Lazenby, Lisa Lepovetsky, Marilyn K. Martin, Brian Maycock, Mark McLaughlin, Logan McNeil, Jamie Meyers, Errol Miller, Cindy Moser, Joy Oestreicher, Christopher Pierson, Jacie Ragan, Janet P. Reedman, [[Jessica Amanda Salmonson]] ([[Fantasy Macabre]]), Delia Shiflet, G. Tod Slone, David Smith, Steve Sneyd ([[Data Dump]]), Margo Solod, W. Gregory Stewart, Kiel Stuart, Jeffrey Thomas, Brandon W. Totman, Paul Weinman,  Michael While, and Mary Winters.  
Contributors of poetry included Michael A. Arnzen, Blythe Ayne, Eric Bourland, Carl Buchanan, C. Darren Butler ([[Magic Realism]], [[A Theater of Blood]]), Vincent Cannella, Bob Cook, Keith Allen Daniels, Andrew Darlington ([[Ludd's Mill]]), Kathryn A. Drexel, Wayne Edwards, A.E. Figueredo, Scott E. Green, John Grey, Kevin S. Kantola, Herb Kauderer, Ronald Edward Kittell, Judy Klass, David C. Kopaska-Merkel ([[Star*Line]]), Doni A. Lazenby, Lisa Lepovetsky, Marilyn K. Martin, Brian Maycock, Mark McLaughlin, Logan McNeil, Jamie Meyers, Errol Miller, Cindy Moser, Joy Oestreicher, Christopher Pierson, Jacie Ragan, Janet P. Reedman, [[Jessica Amanda Salmonson]] ([[Fantasy Macabre]]), Delia Shiflet, G. Tod Slone, David Smith, Steve Sneyd ([[Data Dump]]), Margo Solod, W. Gregory Stewart, Kiel Stuart, Jeffrey Thomas, Brandon W. Totman, Paul Weinman,  Michael While, and Mary Winters.  

Revision as of 21:06, 8 August 2012

Not One Of Us was a small press publication edited by John M. Benson.

Not One Of Us was released between 1986 and 2008, with 40 issues published in that time. It was a literary zine devoted to horror and fantasy, and publishing both fiction and poetry.

Contributors of fiction included Steve Antczak, Chris Bell, Terry Black, Gary A. Braunbeck, Cliff Burns, Carol Cail, Tony Cobb, Monica Nehm Cook, Dan Crawford, J. Spencer Dreischarf, Tom Elliot, Kay Fortunato, Bob Gates, Barb Hendee, Andrew Hook, Francis Huff, Nathaniel Johnson, Jr., Chris Kenworthy, Charles Richard Laing, D.F. Lewis (Nemonymous), Miroslaw Lipinski, Elizabeth Massie, D.R. McBride, Richard F. McGonegal, Mark McLaughlin, Wendell Metzger, James Miller, Ray Nickford, Jeffrey Osier, Kim Padgett-Clarke, Norman Partridge, Celeste Paul, Jack Pavey, Todd Powell, Stephen M. Rainey (Deathrealm), Mark Rich (The Magazine of Speculative Poetry), William Rose, Barbara Rosen, Katherine X. Rylien, Richard Sharpless, Carol T. Noble, Jeff VanderMeer, Steve Vernon, Carroll Welker, Heather G. Wells, and t. Winter-Damon.

Contributors of poetry included Michael A. Arnzen, Blythe Ayne, Eric Bourland, Carl Buchanan, C. Darren Butler (Magic Realism, A Theater of Blood), Vincent Cannella, Bob Cook, Keith Allen Daniels, Andrew Darlington (Ludd's Mill), Kathryn A. Drexel, Wayne Edwards, A.E. Figueredo, Scott E. Green, John Grey, Kevin S. Kantola, Herb Kauderer, Ronald Edward Kittell, Judy Klass, David C. Kopaska-Merkel (Star*Line), Doni A. Lazenby, Lisa Lepovetsky, Marilyn K. Martin, Brian Maycock, Mark McLaughlin, Logan McNeil, Jamie Meyers, Errol Miller, Cindy Moser, Joy Oestreicher, Christopher Pierson, Jacie Ragan, Janet P. Reedman, Jessica Amanda Salmonson (Fantasy Macabre), Delia Shiflet, G. Tod Slone, David Smith, Steve Sneyd (Data Dump), Margo Solod, W. Gregory Stewart, Kiel Stuart, Jeffrey Thomas, Brandon W. Totman, Paul Weinman, Michael While, and Mary Winters.

Contributions of cover artwork came from Ray Basham (#7), John Borkowski (#6, #8, #11, #12, #13), Alan Casey (#14, #17), Kevin Duncan (#9), David Grilla (#15), Ron Leming (#10), Gary McClusky (#16), Augie Wiedemann (#18, #19, #20).

John M. Benson was also one of the editors of Doppelganger.

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