Spoor

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Issue two featured additions to the directory, as well as an interview with Dale Donaldson, editor of [[Moonbroth]].
Issue two featured additions to the directory, as well as an interview with Dale Donaldson, editor of [[Moonbroth]].
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Fred Adams later published two volumes of the ''Spoor Anthology'', the second one guest edited by Edward Paul Berglund, fiction editor of [[Nyctalops]]. Contributors to the anthology included Arthur Aspromatis, David J. Brown, Llewellyn M. Cabos, Gerard E. Giannattasio and William Scott Home.  
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Fred Adams later published two volumes of the ''Spoor Anthology'', the second one guest edited by Edward Paul Berglund, fiction editor of [[Nyctalops]]. Contributors to the anthology included Arthur Aspromatis, David J. Brown, Llewellyn M. Cabos, Gerard E. Giannattasio, William Scott Home, and Robert E. Weinberg.  
Fred Adams is also known as a writer of Cthulhu Mythos stories, which were published in a number of fanzines, including [[Space and Time]].
Fred Adams is also known as a writer of Cthulhu Mythos stories, which were published in a number of fanzines, including [[Space and Time]].

Revision as of 01:38, 8 May 2011

Spoor was a literary zine devoted to horror fiction published by Fred Adams.

The first issue of Spoor appeared in 1973, and was published in Pennsylvania, U.S.A. It featured an extensive directory of fanzines devoted to horror fiction.

Issue two featured additions to the directory, as well as an interview with Dale Donaldson, editor of Moonbroth.

Fred Adams later published two volumes of the Spoor Anthology, the second one guest edited by Edward Paul Berglund, fiction editor of Nyctalops. Contributors to the anthology included Arthur Aspromatis, David J. Brown, Llewellyn M. Cabos, Gerard E. Giannattasio, William Scott Home, and Robert E. Weinberg.

Fred Adams is also known as a writer of Cthulhu Mythos stories, which were published in a number of fanzines, including Space and Time.

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