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'''Revelations from Yuggoth''' was a weird fiction fanzine edited by Shawn Ramsey, and  published by Cryptic Publications.  
'''Revelations from Yuggoth''' was a weird fiction fanzine edited by Shawn Ramsey, and  published by Cryptic Publications.  

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Revelations from Yuggoth Issue 2 Cover art by Allen Koszowski 1988
Revelations from Yuggoth Issue 2 Cover art by Allen Koszowski 1988

Revelations from Yuggoth was a weird fiction fanzine edited by Shawn Ramsey, and published by Cryptic Publications.

Three issues of Revelations from Yuggoth appeared in the 1980s form Mount Olive, North Carolina, U.S.A. The first issue appeared in November 1987, the second in May 1988, and the third, and last, in 1989.

Contributions including "Devil God'" by Lee Barwood, "Headcase" by Carrie Hall, "Wilber Whately Waiting" by Robert M. Price (Cthulhu Codex, Crypt of Cthulhu), "The Cryptic Power" and "The Hungry Place" by Wilum Pugmire (Old Bones, Visions of Khroyd'hon), "In the Airlock" by Ann K. Schwader, and "The Contemplative Sphinx" by Richard L. Tierney, all of which are considered to be part of the Cthulhu Mythos.

Also included were Cliff Burns, Darwin Chrismar, Elisabeth Counselman, T. Winter Damon, Robert H. Knox, Alice L'Anson, Brian Lumley, Mark Rainey, J. P. Reedman, Jessica Amanda Salmonson, Dave Stall, Henry J. Vester III, and Henry S. Whitehead.

E. Hoffman Price wrote a special guest editorial for issue three.

The cover for issue #1 was by Shawn Ramsey, #2 by Allen Koszowski, and #3 by Peter Smith.

Revelations from Yuggoth also included reprints of work by Robert H. Barlow (Leaves), Robert Bloch, Robert E. Howard, Henry Kuttner, and R.A.W. Lowndes.

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