Speculative Poetry Review
Speculative Poetry Review was a speculative poetry zine edited by Robert Frazier.
The first and second issues (both published 1977) were titled Speculative Poetry Review. Issues three and four (released in 1978 and 1980) were titled The Anthology of Speculative Poetry.
Poems came from Duane Ackerson, Greg Bear, Gregory Benford, Michael Bishop, Harry Bose, Bruce Boston, Ray Bradbury, John Brunner, Edward Bryant, David R. Bunch, Orson Scott Card, Michael R. Carlson, Grant Carrington, S.R. Compton, Mary Elizabeth Counselman, Keith Allen Daniels, Jack Dann, Andrew Darlington (Ludd's Mill), Peter Dillingham, Thomas M. Disch (Just Friends), Raymond DiZazzo, Sonya Dorman, Steve Eng, Janet Fox (Scavenger's Newsletter), Robert Frazier, Terry A. Garey, Stephen Gregg (Eternity), Terry Hansen, Jon Inouye, George Clayton Johnson, Andrew Joron (Velocities), Virginia Kidd (Kinesis), Neil Kvern, R.A. Lafferty, Gordon Larkin, Ursula K. Le Guin, Frederick J. Mayer, Robert Randolph Medcalf Jr. (Apogee), Errol Miller, H. Warner Munn, Edith Ogutsch, Marge Piercy, Kathryn Rantala, Mark Rich (Treaders of Starlight), Jessica Amanda Salmonson, Steve Sneyd (Data Dump), Jim Morrison, Kim Stanley Robinson, Darrell Schweitzer (Procrastination), Cyril Simsa, Jonquil Stephens, Steve Rasnic Tem (Umbral), James Tiptree Jr., Gene van Troyer, Joan D. Vinge, Neil Wilgus, Gene Wolfe, Roger Zelazny, Paul Edwin Zimmer, and others.
Nonfiction features included Frazier's essay "Poetry in the Major S.F. Novel" (#2); articles on Ray Bradbury (#3), Michael Bishop (#2), and Ursual Le Guin (#4); interviews with R.A. Lafferty, H. Warner Munn and Fritz Leiber (all in #4); letters from Marge Piercy and Gene Wolfe (both in #3); and more.