The Haunted Journal

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The premiere issue was "a triple issue but counts as a double as part of a subscription"; it was thus dated Winter 1986-87/Spring 1987/Summer 1987. It ran 118 pages.
The premiere issue was "a triple issue but counts as a double as part of a subscription"; it was thus dated Winter 1986-87/Spring 1987/Summer 1987. It ran 118 pages.
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Contributors of fiction, poetry, and nonfiction included Stacey Alexander, Janet Fox ([[Scavenger's Newsletter]]), Sean Christopher Friend, Jule Ghoul, Ken Gilbert, Dwight E. Humphries, Eva Jones, Dale Kaczmarek, C.J. Nicastro, Roy Martin Nottestad, Thomas O'Connor, William C. Rasmussen, Patricia Russo, Sharida Rizzuto, John B. Rosenman, Wayne Allen Sallee, Thomas Schellenberger, Elizabeth N. Stinson, Edgar F. Tatro, Susan Liev Taylor, Bobby G. Warner, A.O. Wiedemann, and Craig Wilder.  
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Contributors of fiction, poetry, and nonfiction included Stacey Alexander, Janet Fox ([[Scavenger's Newsletter]]), Christopher Friend, Jule Ghoul, Ken Gilbert, Dwight E. Humphries, Eva Jones, Dale Kaczmarek, C.J. Nicastro, Roy Martin Nottestad, Thomas O'Connor, William C. Rasmussen, Patricia Russo, Sharida Rizzuto, John B. Rosenman, Wayne Allen Sallee, Thomas Schellenberger, Elizabeth N. Stinson, Edgar F. Tatro, Susan Liev Taylor, Bobby G. Warner, A.O. Wiedemann, and Craig Wilder.  
Cover art was by Stacey Alexander, who also contributed interior illustrations, along with Wayne Ermatinger, Ken Friedmann, Christopher Friend, Jim Garrison, Allen Koszowski, and Sherry Watson.
Cover art was by Stacey Alexander, who also contributed interior illustrations, along with Wayne Ermatinger, Ken Friedmann, Christopher Friend, Jim Garrison, Allen Koszowski, and Sherry Watson.

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The Haunted Journal #1 (1986-87), cover art by Stacey Alexander
The Haunted Journal #1 (1986-87), cover art by Stacey Alexander

The Haunted Journal was the official publication of Dracula and Company. It was edited by Sharida Rizzuto, Thomas Shellenberger, and Sidney J. Dragon, and published by Baker Street Publications of Metairie, LA, U.S.A.

The premiere issue was "a triple issue but counts as a double as part of a subscription"; it was thus dated Winter 1986-87/Spring 1987/Summer 1987. It ran 118 pages.

Contributors of fiction, poetry, and nonfiction included Stacey Alexander, Janet Fox (Scavenger's Newsletter), Christopher Friend, Jule Ghoul, Ken Gilbert, Dwight E. Humphries, Eva Jones, Dale Kaczmarek, C.J. Nicastro, Roy Martin Nottestad, Thomas O'Connor, William C. Rasmussen, Patricia Russo, Sharida Rizzuto, John B. Rosenman, Wayne Allen Sallee, Thomas Schellenberger, Elizabeth N. Stinson, Edgar F. Tatro, Susan Liev Taylor, Bobby G. Warner, A.O. Wiedemann, and Craig Wilder.

Cover art was by Stacey Alexander, who also contributed interior illustrations, along with Wayne Ermatinger, Ken Friedmann, Christopher Friend, Jim Garrison, Allen Koszowski, and Sherry Watson.

Baker Street Publications produced other zines, such as The Collinsport Record, The Collinwood Journal, Baker Street Gazette, Sleuth Journal, Horizons Beyond, The Vampire Journal, and Movie Memories.

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