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Contributors  of art work in the years from 1940 to 1945 included [[Harry Turner]] ([[Zenith]]).
Contributors  of art work in the years from 1940 to 1945 included [[Harry Turner]] ([[Zenith]]).
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Writing in the period of the 1970s till 2001 was contributed by John Bangsund ([[Scythrop]]), Debby Notkin and Michael Farren.
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Writing in the period of the 1970s till 2001 was contributed by John Bangsund ([[Scythrop]]), Rich Brown, Ray Faraday Nelson, Debby Notkin and Michael Farren.
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Contributing artists included Brad Foster, Harry Turner, and Taral Wayne ([[DNQ]]) in the 1979-2001 period.  
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Contributing artists included Sheryl Birkhead, Brad Foster, Joan Hanke-Woods, [[Bill Rotsler]],  Harry Turner, and Taral Wayne ([[DNQ]]) in the 1979-2001 period.  
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Letters came from  Charles Burbee, and  Alexis Gilliland, among others,
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YHOS Issue 51 Cover Art by Taral Wayne
YHOS Issue 51 Cover Art by Taral Wayne

YHOS (acromyn for Your Humble Obiedient Servant) is a long-running fanzine published by Art Widner.

It is a science fiction zine that is published in Orinda, California. U.S.A. and largely distributed through the Fantasy Amateur Press Association. YHOS stands for "Your Humble and Obedient Servant".

It was first published from 1940 till 1945, when the first thirteen issues were produced. Art Widner is well known for the very long break he took from fanzines, but upon his return to activity in 1979 he resumed publication of YHOS till 2001, and issues 14 to 58 were released.

Contributors of writing in the 1940s included Glen Daniels, and George Ebey (Sappho).

Contributors of art work in the years from 1940 to 1945 included Harry Turner (Zenith).

Writing in the period of the 1970s till 2001 was contributed by John Bangsund (Scythrop), Rich Brown, Ray Faraday Nelson, Debby Notkin and Michael Farren.

Contributing artists included Sheryl Birkhead, Brad Foster, Joan Hanke-Woods, Bill Rotsler, Harry Turner, and Taral Wayne (DNQ) in the 1979-2001 period.

Letters came from Charles Burbee, and Alexis Gilliland, among others,

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