Thin Ice

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Thin Ice is a small press literary publication edited by Kathleen Jurgens.

Thin Ice was published in the 1980s and 1990s in Council Bluffs, Iowa, U.S.A. and was devoted to weird, fantasy and science fiction, poetry, and illustration. At least 17 issues were published, #10 appearing in 1991, and #14 in 1993 and #17 in 1995.

Covers were by Charles Dougherty (#6), Roger Gerberding (#8), Augie Wiedemann (#10), and H.E. Fassi (#14), Larry Dickison (#17),

Illustrations were by John Borkowski, Richard Dahlstrom, Jim Dapkus (Bleak December), Larry Dickison, Kevin Duncan, Roger Gerberding, Alan Giana, Randy Moore, Yvonne Navarro, Jeff Osier, Cindy Rako, Donald Schank, Helen Shoenfeld, Marge B. Simon (Star*Line), Timothy Standish, W. Gregory Stewart, Allen Jude Summa, Joseph A. West, Augie Wiedemann, and Russell Yeager.

Poetry was by Robert Baldwin, Michael Bracken, Candyce Byrne, Gary William Crawford, Denise Dumars, Wayne Edwards, Dona Fox, Chad Hensley, Leonard Jansen, Todd Mecklem, De Odom, Alton Parker, Marthayn Pelegrimas, Jacie Ragan, Mark Rich (The Silent Planet, Treaders of Starlight), Tom Rolls, C.D. Russell, and Martha Speck.

Fiction was by Will Ackerman, Duncan Adams, Robert Baldwin, Michael Bracken, Terry Campbell, Lenore Carroll, Shearon Charlton, William D. Cissna, R.A. Conine, Annette S. Crouch, Richard D'Eustachio, Joseph del Tufo, Hugh Fox, Benjamin T. Gibson, Gail Giles, William H. Green, John Grey, Sherri Hedberg, Ned Hickson, Gerard Daniel Houarner, Charles Richard Laing, Lisa Lepovetsky, Barbara J. Less, D.A. Lipton, H. Andrew Lynch, Albert J. Manachino, Raymond Marshall, Gene Matthews, Richard F. McGonegal, Rick McMahan, Doris McMichael, Trip Neisler, Emily Newland, Carol Trowbridge Noble, James Rada, Jr., Tom Raber, James P. Roberts, Barbara Rosen, Cindy Rosmus, Mark C. Sadler, Lucy Taylor, John Villesvik, Tim Waggoner, Bobby Warner, Felixx Wasser, and Kathleen Woodall.

Also included was work by Donald R. Burleson, Cathy Buburuz (Champagne Horror), Deidra Cox, Barbara Johnson-Haddad, and Scott Urban.

Interviews were with John Borkowski, and David Kubicek.