Wyrd

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'''Wyrd''' was a literary fanzine devoted to science fiction, fantasy and weird fiction.  
'''Wyrd''' was a literary fanzine devoted to science fiction, fantasy and weird fiction.  
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'''Wyrd'' was published in the 1970s, with a various editors at the helm. Issue 3, released in Michigan, was edited by Al D. Cockrell and Irvin L. Wagner. Issue 4 was published in Santa Rosa, California by Brian Crist and Greg Stafford in 1975. Issue 6 came from Albany, California and was edited by Greg Stafford in 1976.
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''Wyrd'' was published in the 1970s, with a various editors at the helm. Issue 3, released in Michigan, was edited by Al D. Cockrell and Irvin L. Wagner. Issue 4 was published in Santa Rosa, California by Brian Crist and Greg Stafford in 1975. Issue 6 came from Albany, California and was edited by Greg Stafford in 1976.
Contributors included C.L. Ballentine, Al C. Cockrell, Phillip Corwin, Al Cox, John Di Prete, George Duck, Deirdre Evans,  Chet Gottfried, Jack Goodstein, Stephen Gregg,  JeanPaul Jenack, Sol Kaneman,  Phyllis Ann Karr ([[The Literary Magazine of Fantasy and Terror]])Theodore Kriner, Mel Laybourne, Gordon Linzer ([[Space and Time]]), David Madison, Steve Orliff,  Mark Roland, [[Jessica Amanda Salmonson| J.A. Salmonson]] ([[The Literary Magazine of Fantasy and Terror]]), Darrell Schweitzer, Greg Stafford, Stephanie Stearns, Paul Edwin Zimmer.
Contributors included C.L. Ballentine, Al C. Cockrell, Phillip Corwin, Al Cox, John Di Prete, George Duck, Deirdre Evans,  Chet Gottfried, Jack Goodstein, Stephen Gregg,  JeanPaul Jenack, Sol Kaneman,  Phyllis Ann Karr ([[The Literary Magazine of Fantasy and Terror]])Theodore Kriner, Mel Laybourne, Gordon Linzer ([[Space and Time]]), David Madison, Steve Orliff,  Mark Roland, [[Jessica Amanda Salmonson| J.A. Salmonson]] ([[The Literary Magazine of Fantasy and Terror]]), Darrell Schweitzer, Greg Stafford, Stephanie Stearns, Paul Edwin Zimmer.
Art work was by Mike Chase,  William Church, Tom Clark, Al Cox, Gene Day ([[Dark Fantasy]]), Mike Dziewulski, Ernest Hogan, Randy Holmberg, Cliff Kurowski, Mel Laybourne, Steve Oliff, Mark Roland, Tony Salmons, Mark Schrimeister, Rod Snyder, Peter Stokes, William H. Stout, Steve Swenston.
Art work was by Mike Chase,  William Church, Tom Clark, Al Cox, Gene Day ([[Dark Fantasy]]), Mike Dziewulski, Ernest Hogan, Randy Holmberg, Cliff Kurowski, Mel Laybourne, Steve Oliff, Mark Roland, Tony Salmons, Mark Schrimeister, Rod Snyder, Peter Stokes, William H. Stout, Steve Swenston.
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Revision as of 23:23, 19 June 2011

Wyrd was a literary fanzine devoted to science fiction, fantasy and weird fiction.

Wyrd was published in the 1970s, with a various editors at the helm. Issue 3, released in Michigan, was edited by Al D. Cockrell and Irvin L. Wagner. Issue 4 was published in Santa Rosa, California by Brian Crist and Greg Stafford in 1975. Issue 6 came from Albany, California and was edited by Greg Stafford in 1976.

Contributors included C.L. Ballentine, Al C. Cockrell, Phillip Corwin, Al Cox, John Di Prete, George Duck, Deirdre Evans, Chet Gottfried, Jack Goodstein, Stephen Gregg, JeanPaul Jenack, Sol Kaneman, Phyllis Ann Karr (The Literary Magazine of Fantasy and Terror)Theodore Kriner, Mel Laybourne, Gordon Linzer (Space and Time), David Madison, Steve Orliff, Mark Roland, J.A. Salmonson (The Literary Magazine of Fantasy and Terror), Darrell Schweitzer, Greg Stafford, Stephanie Stearns, Paul Edwin Zimmer.

Art work was by Mike Chase, William Church, Tom Clark, Al Cox, Gene Day (Dark Fantasy), Mike Dziewulski, Ernest Hogan, Randy Holmberg, Cliff Kurowski, Mel Laybourne, Steve Oliff, Mark Roland, Tony Salmons, Mark Schrimeister, Rod Snyder, Peter Stokes, William H. Stout, Steve Swenston.

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