Toronto the Ghood

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'''Toronto the Ghood''' was a one issue only anthology of writing from Toronto fanzines edited by Taral Wayne.
'''Toronto the Ghood''' was a one issue only anthology of writing from Toronto fanzines edited by Taral Wayne.
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''Toronto the Ghood'' was published in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and was released for the first Ditto Convention held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada in 1988. Mimeography was done by Mike Glicksohn. The anthology was dedicated to the memories of Leslie Croutch, Bill Grant, P. Howard Lyons, and [[Susan Wood]].  
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''Toronto the Ghood'' was published in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and was released for the first Ditto Convention held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada in 1988. The anthology was dedicated to the memories of Leslie Croutch, Bill Grant, P. Howard Lyons, and [[Susan Wood]]. It was edited, designed and illustrated by Taral Wayne and mimeographed by Mike Glicksohn.
''Toronto the Ghood'' contained the following articles:
''Toronto the Ghood'' contained the following articles:
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*"But What About Photosynthesis" by Janet Wilson, from [[Simulacrum]] #7/8, 1977/78
*"But What About Photosynthesis" by Janet Wilson, from [[Simulacrum]] #7/8, 1977/78
*"MSS From a Tobacco Factory" by Phil Paine, from [[Footwear For Achilles]], 1976
*"MSS From a Tobacco Factory" by Phil Paine, from [[Footwear For Achilles]], 1976
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*"I Can Always Dream" by Taral Wayne, form [[The Monthly Monthly]] #9, 1981
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*"Here And Back Again" by Bob Webber, from [[Fish Below Ice]] #1, 1988
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Plus "Can Fan Personalities: , articles profiling Canadian from ''Canadian Fandom'', including Beak Talor (#3), Albert A. Betts (#4), Ned McKeown (#6), Bill Grant (#8), John Millard (#9), Gerald A. Steward (#11), and Boyd Raeburn (#12).

Revision as of 19:34, 8 November 2011

Toronto the Ghood was a one issue only anthology of writing from Toronto fanzines edited by Taral Wayne.

Toronto the Ghood was published in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and was released for the first Ditto Convention held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada in 1988. The anthology was dedicated to the memories of Leslie Croutch, Bill Grant, P. Howard Lyons, and Susan Wood. It was edited, designed and illustrated by Taral Wayne and mimeographed by Mike Glicksohn.

Toronto the Ghood contained the following articles:

  • "Casting in the Time Pool" by Taral Wayne
  • "Aaaaaagghh!!!" by Beak Taylor, from Canadian Fandom #11, 1946
  • "Chain Letter" by P. Howard Lyons, from Ibidem #3, 1955
  • "Derelict derogations #8" by Boyd Raeburn, from A Bas #10, 1957
  • "Straw & Cold Cuts" by Boyd Raeburn, from Le Moindre #30, 1973
  • "Fans and the Future" by Peter Gill, from Energumen #1, 1970
  • "My 2 cents Worth" by Susan Wood, from Energumen #4, 1970, and #6, 1971
    • "Kumquat May & Coddled Eggs" by Rosemary Ullyot, from Energumen #5, 1973
  • "In the Glicksohn Vein" by Mike Glicksohn, from Karass #2, 1974
  • "Das Boots & A Dialogue by Bob Wilson, from Eine Kliene Bottle, Musik I & Calico Belly, 1976
  • "But What About Photosynthesis" by Janet Wilson, from Simulacrum #7/8, 1977/78
  • "MSS From a Tobacco Factory" by Phil Paine, from Footwear For Achilles, 1976
  • "I Can Always Dream" by Taral Wayne, form The Monthly Monthly #9, 1981
  • "Here And Back Again" by Bob Webber, from Fish Below Ice #1, 1988

Plus "Can Fan Personalities: , articles profiling Canadian from Canadian Fandom, including Beak Talor (#3), Albert A. Betts (#4), Ned McKeown (#6), Bill Grant (#8), John Millard (#9), Gerald A. Steward (#11), and Boyd Raeburn (#12).

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