Oblong

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'''Oblong''' is a weird fiction and film fanzine by Bruce Townley.
'''Oblong''' is a weird fiction and film fanzine by Bruce Townley.
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''Oblong'' was published in San Francisco, California, U.S.A. It began in the mid 1990s, with #3 released in April 1996, and #4 in November 1996 It featured strange, absurd, and sometimes humourous articles,  and reviews of weird books and movies. There were articles about the Winchester Mystery House, Bug Daddy Roth software, and film noir.  
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''Oblong'' was published in San Francisco, California, U.S.A. It began in the mid 1990s, with #3 released in April 1996, #4 in November 1996, #5 in February 1997.
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Contributors include William Breiding ([[Star Fire]]), and Candi Strecker.
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It featured strange, absurd, and sometimes humourous articles,  and reviews of weird books and movies. There were articles about the Winchester Mystery House, Bug Daddy Roth software, and film noir. As well there are fanzine reviews and a letter column.
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Contributors include William Breiding ([[Star Fire]]), and Candi Strecker. Al Hoff had a column entitled "Pittsburgh: Don't Park Where You See a Chair".
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Revision as of 09:51, 18 August 2011

Oblong is a weird fiction and film fanzine by Bruce Townley.

Oblong was published in San Francisco, California, U.S.A. It began in the mid 1990s, with #3 released in April 1996, #4 in November 1996, #5 in February 1997.

It featured strange, absurd, and sometimes humourous articles, and reviews of weird books and movies. There were articles about the Winchester Mystery House, Bug Daddy Roth software, and film noir. As well there are fanzine reviews and a letter column.

Contributors include William Breiding (Star Fire), and Candi Strecker. Al Hoff had a column entitled "Pittsburgh: Don't Park Where You See a Chair".

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