The Literary Magazine of Fantasy and Terror

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'''The Lierary Magazine of Fantasy and Terror''' wass a fanzine published by Phyllis Ann Carr and Jessica Amanda Salmonson in Zenith, Washington, U.S.A..  
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'''The Literary Magazine of Fantasy and Terror''' was a fanzine edited by Phyllis Ann Karr and [[Jessica Amanda Salmonson]] and published by The Fellowship of Odysseans in Zenith, Washington, U.S.A..  
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The first issue of ''The Literary mMgazine of Fantasy and Terror'' was released in 1973, with three issues following it in that year. Issues 5 and 6 were released in 1974 and one final issue released in 1975. It was a 100 page publication with sadle-stitched binding. 500 numbered copies were released.  
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The first issue of ''The Literary Magazine of Fantasy and Terror'' was released in 1973, with three issues following it in that year. Issues 5 and 6 were released in 1974 and one final issue released in 1975. It was a 100 page publication with sadle-stitched binding. 500 numbered copies were released of each issue.  
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The zine included short stories and verse by authors such as Joseph Payne Brunner ([[Macabre (U.S.A.)|Macabre]]), Darrell Schweitzer, Gordon Linzer and the editors, among many others.
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The zine included short stories and verse by authors such as [[Ruth Berman]] ([[SH - sf Fanthology]], [[T-Negative]]), Joseph Payne Brennan ([[Macabre (U.S.A.)|Macabre]], [[Essence]]), Glen Cook, Phyllis Ann Karr, Gordon Linzner ([[Space and Time]]), David Madison, Darrell Schweitzer and the editors, among many others.
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Artwork included a reprint of work by [[Hannes Bok]].
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Later, in the 1980s, there was a quasi revival of the title as a professional publication.
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Jessica Amanda Salmonson  went on to edit [[Fantasy Macabre]] in the 1980s.  
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The Literary Magazine of Fantasy and Terror was a fanzine edited by Phyllis Ann Karr and Jessica Amanda Salmonson and published by The Fellowship of Odysseans in Zenith, Washington, U.S.A..

The first issue of The Literary Magazine of Fantasy and Terror was released in 1973, with three issues following it in that year. Issues 5 and 6 were released in 1974 and one final issue released in 1975. It was a 100 page publication with sadle-stitched binding. 500 numbered copies were released of each issue.

The zine included short stories and verse by authors such as Ruth Berman (SH - sf Fanthology, T-Negative), Joseph Payne Brennan (Macabre, Essence), Glen Cook, Phyllis Ann Karr, Gordon Linzner (Space and Time), David Madison, Darrell Schweitzer and the editors, among many others.

Artwork included a reprint of work by Hannes Bok.

Later, in the 1980s, there was a quasi revival of the title as a professional publication.

Jessica Amanda Salmonson went on to edit Fantasy Macabre in the 1980s.

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