Vampire Junction

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'''Vampire Junction''' was a zine edited by Candy Cosner.
'''Vampire Junction''' was a zine edited by Candy Cosner.
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''Vampire Junction'' as the name suggests, was devoted to the vampire in fiction, fact and art. The zine included short stories, poetry, reviews, art work, and articles. It was begun in 1991, and published for five years from Gainsville, Florida, U.S.A.
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The mission of ''Vampire Junction'' as the name suggests, was "devoted to the promotion of the Vampire in fiction, fact and art." The zine included short stories, poetry, reviews, art work, and articles. It was begun in 1991, and published for five years from Gainsville, Florida, U.S.A. At least 10 issues were released.  
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Contributors of short stories included Kathy Easton, Jennifer Friedberg, Brian Grandfield, Joanne Kanarkiewicz, [[D.F. Lewis]] ([[Nemonymous]]), Margaret Smith,  
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Contributors of art work include Kim Traub, among others.
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Contributors of short stories included Kathy Easton, Jennifer Friedberg, Brian Grandfield, Joanne Kanarkiewicz, [[D.F. Lewis]] ([[Nemonymous]]), Timothy Kevin Perry, Sterling V. Scarborough, and Margaret Smith.  
Contributors of poetry included Nicole L. Draven, John Grey, Valerie Hardin, P.J. Roberts,  Joy E. Smith, Jolene Sessler, and Tammerie.  
Contributors of poetry included Nicole L. Draven, John Grey, Valerie Hardin, P.J. Roberts,  Joy E. Smith, Jolene Sessler, and Tammerie.  
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Revision as of 22:50, 12 August 2012

Vampire Junction was a zine edited by Candy Cosner.

The mission of Vampire Junction as the name suggests, was "devoted to the promotion of the Vampire in fiction, fact and art." The zine included short stories, poetry, reviews, art work, and articles. It was begun in 1991, and published for five years from Gainsville, Florida, U.S.A. At least 10 issues were released.

Contributors of art work include Kim Traub, among others.

Contributors of short stories included Kathy Easton, Jennifer Friedberg, Brian Grandfield, Joanne Kanarkiewicz, D.F. Lewis (Nemonymous), Timothy Kevin Perry, Sterling V. Scarborough, and Margaret Smith.

Contributors of poetry included Nicole L. Draven, John Grey, Valerie Hardin, P.J. Roberts, Joy E. Smith, Jolene Sessler, and Tammerie.

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