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[[Image:Twink_15_copy.jpg‎ |right|frame|'''Twink'''<br/> Issue 15 October 1999<br/>Cover art by Teddy Harvia<br/>Caption: "I am a read-only user. Will you write to me?" "TWINK!"]]
'''Twink''' is a science fiction fanzine by E. B. Frohvet.
'''Twink''' is a science fiction fanzine by E. B. Frohvet.
''Twink'' was released in the 1990s from Ellicot City, Maryland, U.S.A., and ran until June 2003. 30 issues were published during that time. It was originally mimeographed but eventually the editor switched to photocopying. The main focus of the fanzine was "on science fiction, fantasy and fandom".
''Twink'' was released in the 1990s from Ellicot City, Maryland, U.S.A., and ran until June 2003. 30 issues were published during that time. It was originally mimeographed but eventually the editor switched to photocopying. The main focus of the fanzine was "on science fiction, fantasy and fandom".
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E.B. Frohvet was, as put in the pages of [[Ansible]], a "famously pseudonymous publisher". In the Jan. 2001 issue of [[File 770], Mike Glyer devoted his editorial to Frohvet, writing, "When Frohvet first appeared, the grapevine promised he was a hoax being carried on by several fans." Although he used a pseudonym under which he published, he asserted in several letters of comment that he was not hiding a 'true identity'. Nonetheless, it was a controversy in fandom for a little while.   
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E.B. Frohvet was, as put in the pages of [[Ansible]], a "famously pseudonymous publisher". In the January 2001 issue of [[File 770]], Mike Glyer devoted his editorial to Frohvet, writing, "When Frohvet first appeared, the grapevine promised he was a hoax being carried on by several fans." Although he used a pseudonym under which he published, he asserted in letters of comment that he was not hiding a 'true identity'. Despite his assurances, it was all a little controversial in fandom for awhileE.B. Frohvet had managed to inject an element of excitement back into the world of fanzines.
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Contributors of writing to ''Twink'' include John Hertz, Lisa Major, Lynn McConchie, [[Lloyd Penney]] ([[Torus]]), Steve Sneyd ([[Data Dump]]), Gene Stewart, Jan Stinton, and [[Harry Warner, Jr.]] ([[Horizons]]).
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Contributors of writing to ''Twink'' include Sue Bursztynski ([[Tales from New Wales]]), John Hertz, Lisa Major ([[Alexiad]]), Lynn McConchie, [[Lloyd Penney]] ([[Torus]]), [[Mark Plummer]] ([[Banana Wings]]), Robert Sabella ([[The National Fantasy Fan]]), Steve Sneyd ([[Data Dump]]), Gene Stewart, Jan Stinson ([[Peregrine Nations]], [[Steam Engine Time]]), [[Harry Warner, Jr.]] ([[Horizons]]), and Kevin Welch.
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Also featured were interviews, with [[Marge B. Simon|Margaret B. Simon]], editor of  [[Star*Line]], interviewing poet Bobbi Sinha-Morey.
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Contributions of artwork were by Teddy Harvia, [[Bill Rotsler|William Rotsler]], [[Sue Mason]] ([[Plokta]]), Margaret B. Simon, Steve Stiles, and [[Taral Wayne]] ([[DNQ]]), among others.
Ted White's review of ''Twink'' ends with the remark, "Twink reminds me of the fanzines I used to get in my first years in fandom, half a century ago. Maybe it's nostalgia on my part, but I'm glad there's still a fanzine like Twink being produced today."
Ted White's review of ''Twink'' ends with the remark, "Twink reminds me of the fanzines I used to get in my first years in fandom, half a century ago. Maybe it's nostalgia on my part, but I'm glad there's still a fanzine like Twink being produced today."
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==External Links==
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*[http://users.nac.net/bobsabella/Lit.htm "On Science Fiction and Literature", by Robert Sabella, from '''Twink''' #14]
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*[http://users.nac.net/bobsabella/Bishop.htm "Michael Bishop", by Robert Sabella, from '''Twink''' #14]
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Twink Issue 15 October 1999Cover art by Teddy HarviaCaption: "I am a read-only user. Will you write to me?" "TWINK!"
Twink
Issue 15 October 1999
Cover art by Teddy Harvia
Caption: "I am a read-only user. Will you write to me?" "TWINK!"

Twink is a science fiction fanzine by E. B. Frohvet.

Twink was released in the 1990s from Ellicot City, Maryland, U.S.A., and ran until June 2003. 30 issues were published during that time. It was originally mimeographed but eventually the editor switched to photocopying. The main focus of the fanzine was "on science fiction, fantasy and fandom".

E.B. Frohvet was, as put in the pages of Ansible, a "famously pseudonymous publisher". In the January 2001 issue of File 770, Mike Glyer devoted his editorial to Frohvet, writing, "When Frohvet first appeared, the grapevine promised he was a hoax being carried on by several fans." Although he used a pseudonym under which he published, he asserted in letters of comment that he was not hiding a 'true identity'. Despite his assurances, it was all a little controversial in fandom for awhile. E.B. Frohvet had managed to inject an element of excitement back into the world of fanzines.

Contributors of writing to Twink include Sue Bursztynski (Tales from New Wales), John Hertz, Lisa Major (Alexiad), Lynn McConchie, Lloyd Penney (Torus), Mark Plummer (Banana Wings), Robert Sabella (The National Fantasy Fan), Steve Sneyd (Data Dump), Gene Stewart, Jan Stinson (Peregrine Nations, Steam Engine Time), Harry Warner, Jr. (Horizons), and Kevin Welch.

Also featured were interviews, with Margaret B. Simon, editor of Star*Line, interviewing poet Bobbi Sinha-Morey.

Contributions of artwork were by Teddy Harvia, William Rotsler, Sue Mason (Plokta), Margaret B. Simon, Steve Stiles, and Taral Wayne (DNQ), among others.

Ted White's review of Twink ends with the remark, "Twink reminds me of the fanzines I used to get in my first years in fandom, half a century ago. Maybe it's nostalgia on my part, but I'm glad there's still a fanzine like Twink being produced today."

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