Outworlds

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'''Outworlds''' was a science fiction fanzine published by William Bowers and Joan Bowers in Ohio, U.S.A.
'''Outworlds''' was a science fiction fanzine published by William Bowers and Joan Bowers in Ohio, U.S.A.
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''Outworlds'' was released in the 1970s and contained editorial content, columns, articles, reviews, poetry and artwork.  
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''Outworlds'' was first released in the 1970s and contained editorial content, columns, articles, reviews, poetry and artwork. It was a long running fanzine published throughout the 1970s, and the 1980'.
Contributing artists included Terry Austin, Nicola Cuti, Vincent Di Fate, Stephan Fabian, Philip Foglio,  C. Lee Healy, Jim McLeod, [[Bill Rotsler]], Walter Simonson, Dan Steffan.
Contributing artists included Terry Austin, Nicola Cuti, Vincent Di Fate, Stephan Fabian, Philip Foglio,  C. Lee Healy, Jim McLeod, [[Bill Rotsler]], Walter Simonson, Dan Steffan.
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Revision as of 20:04, 12 April 2011

Outworlds was a science fiction fanzine published by William Bowers and Joan Bowers in Ohio, U.S.A.

Outworlds was first released in the 1970s and contained editorial content, columns, articles, reviews, poetry and artwork. It was a long running fanzine published throughout the 1970s, and the 1980'.

Contributing artists included Terry Austin, Nicola Cuti, Vincent Di Fate, Stephan Fabian, Philip Foglio, C. Lee Healy, Jim McLeod, Bill Rotsler, Walter Simonson, Dan Steffan.

Covers by Grant Canfield, Taral Wayne (DNQ).

Contributing writers included Poul Anderson, Piers Anthony, Greg Benford, Dean Koontz, Robert Lowndes, Sandra Miesel, Andrew J. Offutt, Jodie Offutt, Bob Tucker (Le Zombie)Ted White, Neil Wilgus, and Susan Wood (Aspidistra).

Outworlds was nominated five times for the Hugo Award for Best Fanzine.

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