The Ultimate Unknown

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Devoted to science fiction and horror, the first issue was released in 1995.
Devoted to science fiction and horror, the first issue was released in 1995.
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Artwork was by Christopher Friend.  
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Artwork was by Christopher Friend, GAK-ART.  
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Poetry was contributed by Joel Ambroise, Sharon Fotta Anderson, Craig Cartright, Tim DiVito, Christopher Friend, Joyce Frohn, K. S. Hardy, John Allen Jaynes, Sarah Kozlowski, Denny E. Marshall, Ned Pendergast, Susan M. Sanders, Lisa D. Sharp, and Douglas M. Stokes.
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Poetry was contributed by Joel Ambroise, Sharon Fotta Anderson, Craig Cartright, Tim DiVito, Christopher Friend, Joyce Frohn, John Grey, K. S. Hardy, Christopher Hivner, John Allen Jaynes, Sarah Kozlowski, Denny E. Marshall, Ned Pendergast, William P. Robertson, Susan M. Sanders, Lisa D. Sharp, Douglas M. Stokes, and Mary Winters.
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Fiction was contributed by Dr. Frank Allen, Sean G. Alt, Matt Brashears, Justin Buffington, Carolene Carey, Robert Collins, J. Alan Erwine, P. K. Graves, Jeff Ianniello, Jeff Jensen, Frances McCarthy, Christopher Phillips, Michelle Pucci, David G. Rogers, Mike Stickel, Edward M. Turner, and K. A. Williams.
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Fiction was contributed by Dr. Frank Allen, Sean G. Alt,  Josh Bingham, Matt Brashears, Justin Buffington, Carolene Carey, Robert Collins, Michael Crye,  Louise Dragon, J. Alan Erwine, P. K. Graves, Jeff Ianniello, Jeff Jensen, Rick Lawler, [[D. F. Lewis]], Barbara Malenky, Frances McCarthy, Christopher Phillips, Michelle Pucci, Mark Rich, David G. Rogers, Mike Stickel, Edward M. Turner, and K. A. Williams.
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Articles, reviews, and essays were contributed by Dan Buck, David D. Combs, Douglas M. Stokes,  andL. P. Van Ness.
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Articles, reviews, and essays were contributed by Dan Buck, David D. Combs, Ralitsa Raitcheva Combs, Douglas M. Stokes,  andL. P. Van Ness.

Revision as of 22:26, 6 February 2014

The Ultimate Unknown was a small press publication edited by David D. Combs and published by Combs Press in Streamwood, Illinois, U.S.A.

Devoted to science fiction and horror, the first issue was released in 1995.

Artwork was by Christopher Friend, GAK-ART.

Poetry was contributed by Joel Ambroise, Sharon Fotta Anderson, Craig Cartright, Tim DiVito, Christopher Friend, Joyce Frohn, John Grey, K. S. Hardy, Christopher Hivner, John Allen Jaynes, Sarah Kozlowski, Denny E. Marshall, Ned Pendergast, William P. Robertson, Susan M. Sanders, Lisa D. Sharp, Douglas M. Stokes, and Mary Winters.

Fiction was contributed by Dr. Frank Allen, Sean G. Alt, Josh Bingham, Matt Brashears, Justin Buffington, Carolene Carey, Robert Collins, Michael Crye, Louise Dragon, J. Alan Erwine, P. K. Graves, Jeff Ianniello, Jeff Jensen, Rick Lawler, D. F. Lewis, Barbara Malenky, Frances McCarthy, Christopher Phillips, Michelle Pucci, Mark Rich, David G. Rogers, Mike Stickel, Edward M. Turner, and K. A. Williams.

Articles, reviews, and essays were contributed by Dan Buck, David D. Combs, Ralitsa Raitcheva Combs, Douglas M. Stokes, andL. P. Van Ness.

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